Jan. 8 (Bloomberg) -- U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron said that the government will set out the legal situation as to a Scottish referendum on independence soon.
“It’s unfair on the Scottish people themselves, who don’t really know when this question is going to be asked, what it is going to be,” Cameron told the British Broadcasting Corp.’s “Mar” program today. “We’ll be making clear in the coming days what the legal situation is.”
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