AGI – “I have democracy … and maybe even time”: Scottish Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon outlined this in an interview with the Financial Times, looking at independence from London. Following the failure of the 2014 referendum, Brexit has put the issue in a new, more favorable perspective, according to the leader of the Scottish National Party (SNP)..
“I cannot look any further and say how this constitutional impasse will be resolved, but it will resolve itself, and it will resolve itself in favor of democracy, because in fact the alternative is unimaginable,” he asserted, “The Demographics of I Support for Freedom”.
Living in the UK after Brexit is riskier than embracing isolation, Sturgeon argued, adding that “the consequences of not being independent are much, much greater than in 2014. Will it be worth it? Absolutely.”
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson reiterates he will not approve another referendum on independenceSetting the stage for a possible legal battle between Edinburgh and London. Although the polls have seen a decline in support for independence among Scots, the numbers also show that a majority of young people are in favor: more than 60% of people aged 16-34 will vote to leave the UK, a final analysis by PanelBase Month.
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