DAVID Cameron was last night accused of "double dealing and double think" by Alex Salmond for proposing one thing on a referendum on Britain's EU membership and another on one about whether Scotland should become independent.
DAVID Cameron was last night accused of \"double dealing and double think\" by Alex Salmond for proposing one thing on a referendum on Britain's EU membership and another on one about whether Scotland should become independent.
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MICHAEL SETTLE UK POLITICAL EDITOR
Following yet another crunch Brussels summit on the eurozone, the Prime Minister told MPs yesterday he was not in favour of an "in-out" poll on Europe, but said its changing nature meant at some point the British people might be asked about the nation's relationship with the rest of Europe.
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