Britain struggling with the return of Scottish independence

Britain struggling with the return of Scottish independence

London. After the close of Brexit, and the British chief managed the health emergency with great difficulty Boris Johnson Faces a new loss: the return to Scottish independence. The coronavirus crisis has unexpectedly strengthened the autonomy front so much that polls predict the majority of voters are in favor of divorce. More than eighty percent of Scots believe the Edinburgh government handled the health crisis better than the British. Scotland has imposed a longer lockdown than the rest of Great Britain, and introduced the need for masks a few weeks earlier. The number of deaths corresponds to the European average, but is predominant Nikola Sturgeon Still claims success.

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