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Cameron: There will not be another Scotland referendum

Prime Minister David Cameron has insisted there will not be another referendum on Scottish independence - and said the SNP was not pushing for one.

David Cameron has said there will not be another referendum on Scottish independence Credit: PA

In an interview with Channel 4 News, he said he was "very confident" he would not be the last UK Prime Minister.

We had a referendum. Respect and trust should be at the heart of our system and that's what we did and Scotland voted emphatically to stay in the United Kingdom which I think was an affirmation of what a great country this is.

There isn't going to be another referendum. We had the referendum and the SNP aren't pushing for another referendum actually, Nicola Sturgeon said that vote in the general election was not about another referendum.

Now what we need to do is bring the United Kingdom together. We are going to do that by delivering the devolution settlement in Wales, delivering the devolution settlement in Scotland, keeping all the pledges that were made.

– David Cameron