Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron gestures as he delivers a speech at the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre in Aberdeen, Scotland September 15, 2014. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez
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British Prime Minister David Cameron used his last visit to Scotland before a historic independence referendum this week to implore Scots to remain part of the United Kingdom, warning Monday that a breakaway vote would be irreversible.Campaigning in Scotland is fraught with difficulty for Cameron, whose right-leaning party is unpopular with Scots who have traditionally voted for the left-leaning opposition Labour Party and harbor bitter memories of former Conservative prime minister Margaret Thatcher's 1979-1990 stint in power.Alex Salmond, the pro-independence SNP leader, was out campaigning too Monday in Edinburgh where he met business leaders who back the breakaway campaign.He predicted Scotland would vote for independence and that the next time Cameron visited would be to discuss the details of the 5-million strong population's divorce settlement from the United Kingdom.
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