“The kind of majority that the Scottish Prime Minister will win in elections on 6 May will affect the constitutional crisis that will affect relations between the British Government and each other to the north of Hadrian Wall.” John Curtis is recognized as an expert on North Scottish politics and tensions between London and Edinburgh. A professor of politics at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, explained to SIR that it would be very difficult for Prime Minister Boris Johnson to say “Indier 2”, not a second referendum on independence, at the request of the Scottish Nationalist Party SNP. After 2014, if Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon won an absolute majority in the Scottish Parliament, the Holy Parliament in the election round on 6 May. Experts point out, “There is a significant precedent of 2011 when David Cameron admitted that the Nationalist Party had earned ‘moral authority’ by winning 69 out of 129 seats in the 2011 elections.” “If the SNP doesn’t need the Greens to govern, Boris Johnson won’t be able to justify one for Nicola Sturgeon who has repeated many times that he wants a new vote on independence. Background in British politics is important. One The question mark exists as to how long it will take the Prime Minister to say yes because, of course, the British government does not want an independent Scotland. However, in any case the plebiscite request will come because it is certain that the Nationalist Party will win even if We do not know how much ”.
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