UK's Cameron Uses Guilt Trip to Beg Scots to Stay

Describes possible independence as a "divorce."


British Prime Minister David Cameron on Monday made an impassioned appeal to Scots to shun independence at a referendum on Thursday that could break the United Kingdom.

"If Scotland votes yes, the UK will split, and we will go our separate ways forever," Cameron said in the Scottish city of Aberdeen.

He laced his emotion with a warning that separation would be painful.