The British Prime Minister David Cameron says he will not hold another referendum on Scotland while he is in power.
UK Prime Minister David Cameron has said there is no need for another referendum on Scottish independence, emphasizing that no vote will not take place while he is in office until at least 2020.
Cameron said that a decisive referendum had already been held in September which saw Scotland narrowly vote to stay in the United Kingdom. He argued having another referendum so soon would not have as much legitimacy.
“A referendum would have to be legal, fair and properly constituted. And that’s what we had and it was decisive and I don’t see the need for another one,” he added.