The Prime Minister traveled to Edinburgh on Thursday in hopes of easing the tide of separatism ahead of a major election.
Nearly a month after Brexit, Boris Johnson visited Scotland less than four months before the Scottish elections in hopes of combating the growing pro-independence sentiment. But what could result from this “charm offensive” by the conservative prime minister, when only 22% of Scots believe they handled the Kovid crisis well?
The British Prime Minister has been counting on a vigorous anti-vaccination campaign across the Channel since last December, when a separatist wave is likely to arise in Scotland next May, when the Edinburgh Parliament is being renewed.
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“We have vaccines developed in laboratories in Oxford administered in the UK by our Armed Forces which are helping us to establish 80 vaccination centers in Scotland.” Boris Johnson argued ahead of his visit to Glasgow, where he visited a vaccination center and factory
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