Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon (R), greets Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron, as he arrives for their meeting in Edinburgh, Scotland May 15, 2015. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne
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British Prime Minister David Cameron said Friday a second Scottish independence referendum was "not remotely on the cards," but he would consider nationalist demands for greater powers to be devolved from London to Scotland.Cameron was speaking after meeting Scotland's secessionist leader Nicola Sturgeon in Edinburgh, the Scottish capital, just over a week after her Scottish National Party won almost every seat in Scotland in the general election, straining Britain's unity nine months after a referendum saved it.Scotland's three-centuries-old union with England could depend on the fate of another: Cameron has promised to renegotiate Britain's relationship with the European Union and hold an in-or-out EU membership referendum by the end of 2017 .Sturgeon has said that if England voted to leave the EU but Scotland voted to stay, it could trigger a referendum on Scottish independence.
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