Cameron denies 'dictating' terms of Scottish referendum
David Cameron has said he is not trying to "dictate" the terms of a Scottish independence referendum.
Government sources have denied reports Westminster would set an 18-month limit on holding the poll, if it transfers powers for a binding vote to Holyrood.
But ministers may insist on a "yes or no" vote on independence - without the option of more powers for Scotland.
Nick Robinson reports.
09 Jan 2012
- From the section UK Politics