The millions of votes cast on Thursday in Scotland may be the most significant of recent times, not because of their impact on things like health, education and fishing. The biggest problem facing the country, which was already at stake, was not faced anywhere in the ballot, ie. The future of his union with England at the age of 314.
By voting in parliamentary elections, the pro-independence Scottish National Party failed to reach a majority, hoping to create an irreversible motion for a new referendum on secession from Britain. But he would retain power in Edinburgh, presumably with the support of the Scottish Green Party, ensuring that the issue would dominate Scottish politics, as it has in recent years.
what’s the risk?
very. Second referendum on independence, One after 2014, Can cause rifts in Britain. In the event of Scotland’s independence, Britain would lose 8% of its population, a third of its territory and a large share of international prestige.
Some say the loss of Scotland would be a setback for the British Prime Minister as Lord North lost his colonies to America in the 18th century. Apparently, the current Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, is not a fan of the idea.
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