PMQs cancelled as UK leaders head to Scotland
THE UK leaders of the main pro-union parties have announced they will all travel to Scotland tomorrow in a last ditch bid to save the UK.
David Cameron, Labour leader and Ed Miliband and Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg will miss their traditional weekly joust at Prime Minister Questions to hit the referendum campaign trail tomorrow.
All three pro-union parties said today they are signed up to a timetable on more powers for the Scottish Parliament in the event of a No vote.
The trio of UK leaders say they “want the people of Scotland to stay.”
“There is a lot that divides us, but there is one thing on which we agree passionately - the United Kingdom is better together,” they added in a joint statement.
“That’s why all of us are agreed that the right place for us to be tomorrow is in Scotland, not at Prime Minister’s Questions.”