Less than a year after assuming office, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson traveled to Scotland on Thursday. He initially arrived at Orkney Island. According to reports, the conservative head of government is concerned about the unity of his country.
Surveys in recent weeks have revealed that a slim majority of Scots are now in favor of secession from the United Kingdom.
According to Glasgow University election researcher John Curtis, Strathclyde in Glasgow is considered to be comparatively poor in dealing with Johnson’s coronovirus epidemic. At the BBC, the head of government highlighted the central government’s contribution to combating the economic consequences of the epidemic. As an example, he cited London’s notion of wages for workers on leave. Referring to his own work, Johnson said, “I think the union’s strengths are fantastic.”
I welcome the PM to Scotland today. One of the major arguments for independence is Scotland’s ability to make its own decisions, not to make us a way, to vote for us, rather than to decide our future by the politicians we chose, The His presence was highlighted.
?? Nikola Sturgeon (@ Nicola Sturgeon) 23 July 2020
Scottish Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon of the Scottish National Party SNP welcomed the Prime Minister’s visit. The politician outlined one of the main arguments for Scottish independence, the politician said on Twitter. He has the ability to make his decisions on the part of the country. (Vanity, dpa)