Salmond Defeated As Scotland Rejects Independence From United Kingdom

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Scotland has overwhelmingly rejected independence after a record turnout of voters delivered a clear victory for the NO campaign.

Alex Salmond’s seperatist campaign was resoundingly defeated, with 55 percent of Scotland voting to remain in the 307years old union.

David Cameron said he was ”delighted” that the Scottish people had rejected independence.

He said that the result is ”clear” and that ”there can be no disputes, no re-runs”.

”Like millions of other people, i am delighted. As i said during the campaign it would have broken my heart to see our UNITED KINGDOM come to an end,” he said.

”And i know that the sentiment was shared by people, not just across our country, but around the world because of what we’ve achieved together in the past and what we can do together in the future.”

He tweeted at around 5:45am and said that he had called Alistair Darling the chairman of the Better Together campaign, to ”congratulate him on a well-fought campaign.”

 

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