Britain is taking shape in the wake of the epidemic and Brexit. Omptin evidence was provided yesterday by the Sunday Times, which conducted a statistical survey on the political sentiments of the four countries. And the long-standing discontent Hadrian’s Wall highlights a relatively new fact: a majority in Northern Ireland now supports a referendum on island unity.
Inspired by the Good Friday peace agreements that have put an end to the troubles, the popular consultation to decide the future of 9 counties in the north-eastern corner (geographic) of Ireland, supported by 51% of respondents, while 44% in comparison . The majority of those who prefer the status quo with Belfast associated with London rather than Dublin are still substantial: 47% against 42% of Republicans. However, the power ratio is upside down if we look at the priorities of the Under 45, even if slightly, preferring a united Ireland (47 against 46%). The main element behind the youngest choice is Brexit. In 2016 Northern Ireland voted in favor of staying in Europe, more aware than any other nation in the empire of economic and political difficulties that would result in the departure of Brussels. The most dynamic and enterprising part of the population, but also the most economically exposed, nurtures the dream of returning to the European Union. Those opposed to a united Ireland are the majority, rather than those over 45, the segment of the population that relates to the healthcare facilities in the country in which they reside: if English healthcare ensures universal and relatively efficient coverage, So are the services offered by the Republic of Ireland. However, the majority of respondents, 48% against 44%, believe the drive towards integration is unstoppable and will also rule Dublin and Belfast within 10 years.
But if Northern Ireland can represent a future problem, then the attention of the British government now shifts to Edinburgh, where there have been clear explanations in favor of Scottish independence for months. The latest record recorded by the Times was 49% against 44% of people. Apart from Brexit, another factor is important here: managing the epidemic. Healthcare is part of a comparison between individual countries’ competitions in the Kingdom and the actions of the Johnson government in England and Nicola Sturgeon in Scotland, taking advantage of the leader of the separatists who worked well for 61% of the interviewees, 22 of English. % against. Johnson has a single card available to reverse the trend, the vaccination campaign with which to take the country out of the tunnel. The first few weeks were very positive, with about 6.5 million people receiving the first dose and 500,000 also receiving boosters. Press applause, Johnson has learned to maintain a judicious communication profile, raising the election slightly. But all this may not be enough to stop the avalanche of independence in Scottish elections in May that Sturgeon is turning to in a mandate for a second referendum. And if London continues to reject it, the Catalonia card is ready, in favor of which the Scottish National Party voted on Saturday: an illegal referendum held by crossing Downing Street, competent on constitutional issues.
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