Alex Salmond: 'Cameron asked Obama to intervene'

First Minister of Scotland Alex Salmond has told Good Morning Britain that he believes Prime Minister David Cameron asked US President Barack Obama to make an "intervention" on Scottish independence.

Speaking to GMB's Susanna Reid, Alex Salmond said that although he felt the intervention was a "surprise", he felt that David Cameron had asked "every world leader he could possibly imagine to make interventions about Scottish independence."

More: Alex Salmond’s full interview with GMB's Susanna Reid

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