Cameron will offer apologies to Queen Elizabeth after inappropriate comment

British Prime Minister David Cameron will apologize in person to Queen Elizabeth for saying that she “purred” of pleasure, as cats do when he reported her on the outcome of the referendum in Scotland. Cameron made this revelation to the former mayor of New York,...

UK Leaders published a letter offering more powers to Scotland

The Conservative Prime Minister, David Cameron, his government ally, the Liberal Nick Clegg, and the leader of the Labour Opposition, Ed Miliband, yesterday presented their proposal of providing more powers to Scotland. This offer was made two days before the referendum on the...

Queen Elizabeth II calls on Scots to think about their future

On Sunday, after attending the church of Crathie Kirk, near Balmoral Castle, her Scottish residence in Aberdeenshire, Queen Elizabeth II spoke in a comment, regarding the referendum on Thursday for the independence of Scotland. “I hope that people will think very carefully...

Unionists Groups marched against Scottish independence

A manifestation of the Protestant Orange Order against the independence of Scotland, met yesterday to thousands of people in Edinburgh. Members of the religious association, considered by Catholics in Ireland and the UK as a radical for his role in the Northern Ireland past...

Cameron begs Scotland to remain as part of the United Kingdom

British Prime Minister David Cameron this Wednesday begged the Scots not induce the partition of the UK with the support of the Scottish independence, and warned that a vote in favor of the split will be a “leap into the dark”. “It would break my heart that this...

Greater support for Scottish independence is recorded in surveys

According to polls, the support for the independence of Scotland from Britain rose 8 points since August, in order to be an independent country. An opinion poll conducted by YouGov consultant, 2 weeks from the referendum in the country, showed that 53% of respondents oppose to a...