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PMQs: Cameron says no separate Scottish EU referendum

Conservative Sir Bill Cash called on the prime minister to reject a call by the SNP's Nicola Sturgeon for a separate Scottish referendum over EU membership.

And he then turned on his coalition colleagues and said the Lib Dems appeared to have a "veto over our Referendum Bill".

David Cameron said there would only be one EU referendum in the UK, and only a Conservative government could deliver it.

BBC coverage of PMQs in text and video

  • 29 Oct 2014
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