Labour don't want 'toff' Cameron in Scotland TV debate

Labour's Ian Davidson raised a few laughs in a bit of Parliamentary theatre during Prime Minister's Questions when he said he agreed with David Cameron over his thinking on a Scottish independence TV debate.

He said that "last person" that pro-union Scots want to represent them is a "Tory toff from the Home Counties", even one with such a "fine haircut".

Mr Cameron responded by saying he "accepted every part" of Mr Davidson's reasoning, adding that his appeal "didn't stretch to every single part" of the UK.

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