"Well, I don't agree with him, respectfully, obviously, I would make two points, first of all there was a pretty extraordinarily clear referendum in the Falkland islands and I think that is a message to everyone in the world, that the people of those islands have very clearly chosen the future they want, and that choice should be respected by everyone, as it were, the white smoke over the Falklands was pretty clear," Cameron said, jokingly referring to the signal over the Sistine Chapelthat announces the successful election of a new pope.