After Brexit, Scotland seems more European than before

After Brexit, Scotland seems more European than before

Scotland is demonstrating its desire for independence more than ever as Brexit was certainly enacted.

Scotland is demonstrating its desire for independence more than ever as Brexit was certainly enacted.

Scotland is suffering the negative effects of Brexit on its economy, but also on the morale of most of its population. From an economic point of view, about half of the country’s exporting companies are struggling to adapt to this new economic context. It also accounts for their existence when they traded independently with EU member states prior to Brexit.

A sign that Scotland still seems European and is showing its desire for independence, Nikola SturgeonThe Prime Minister of the country decided to continue the European flag on all official buildings. At the same time, the British flag was issued only once a year, the day of commemoration of the victims of two world wars.

Scotland’s future lies in Europe for the Scottish Nationalist Party, which has a majority in the government. Christian Allard is also declaring “We are very proud to have the European flag in all our public buildings. This is further proof that we are very European and we want to stay that way. “

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