Alex Salmond has snubbed an invitation from David Cameron to hold talks on how a Conservative government could improve devolution.A spokesman for the Scottish President has:
...accused the Tory leader of taking the electorate for granted, adding: “David Cameron is strutting around like he is already the Prime Minister.”There’s an unintentional irony there...
But isn't it a petty attitude to take, especially since this is exactly what Cameron said:
"I would come to Scotland even before the election and meet with the First Minister and see how we can work together to build a better future for you."No "strutting" or "taking the electorate for granted" there in my opinion.