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keeping it simple safa prime minister david cameron and scotland to meet scottish nationalist leader nicola sturgeon cameron set to office got and what he calls the strongest devolved government anywhere in the wild it'll mean more powers to set income tax rates and influence welfare spending bots that's unlikely to satisfy sturgeon she wants complete control over tax and spending , we don't agree on a whole range of things but you know i've got you to stand up for people in school in forty four at yes david confident has a duty to stand up for what , he believes people voted for ann electing him but we both got shitty to make sure that the voice of people in scotland is no ignored in the general election the s. n. p. party won fifty six of the fifty nine scottish the , and britain's house , comments cameron's conservatives won just one bus the prime minister's unexpected majority in the u. k. parliament limits stanchions influence over u. k. policy , far from being the king makers the polls predicted iran piece will fit on the opposition benches with the defeated labour party , now collins union with england could depend on the fate of a different union cameron promising a referendum on e. u. membership frank twenty seventeen of england fights to leave and scott's vote to stay that could be the trigger for another independence referendum