Kevin Bridges To Snub PM's St Andrew's Invite
Comedian Kevin Bridges has suggested he will snub David Cameron's invitation to a St Andrew's Day event at Number 10.
The performer is among a host of famous Scots invited to celebrate the nation's patron saint at Number 10 on November 28.
The invitation said the Prime Minister "requested the pleasure of the company of Kevin Bridges at a reception to celebrate St Andrew's Day and the contribution that Scotland makes to the United Kingdom and to the wider world".
But the 26-year-old posted a picture of the invitation on his Twitter page - along with a message that hinted he would not be attending.
"Got this through the door today, my heart is saying '**** that' and my head is saying 'Aye, **** that'," he said.
Among those also on the Prime Minister's guest list for the reception are Wimbledon champion Andy Murray, record-breaking Olympic cyclist Sir Chris Hoy and Dr Who actor John Barrowman.
The event will take place just as the Scottish National Party are expected to unveil their White Paper on independence, ahead of a referendum on September 18 next year.
Mr Cameron is opposed to Scotland leaving the United Kingdom and his St Andrew's Day reception is seen as an attempt to show the Government's commitment to the union.