European and British negotiators Michel Barnier and David Frost met in London on 28 November, to try to find a free trade agreement to settle “post-Brexit” from 1 January, the Scottish Prime Minister announced: “ Scottish independence is clearly in sight ».
At the inauguration of the Scottish Independence Party (SNP) Congress, Nicola Sturgeon said she did not “Was never so sure” Assuming that the British province was going to achieve its independence, assuming it was a “Permanent and Majority Opinion in Public Opinion”.
A referendum before May 2021?
A poll conducted by Ipsos Mori in early October credited the independence leader ” very powerful “ Public support is 72% satisfied with its management of the epidemic, while the British government is widely criticized. As of the local elections in May 2021, the SNP may therefore win several seats in the decentralized parliament of Holyrood responsible for making its decisions on education, health and transportation. And the Prime Minister has promised to set the terms and date of a second referendum on the independence of the British province, ahead of this election, despite London’s refusal.
In 2014, Scots voted 55% to remain in the United Kingdom, but Nicola Sturgeon admitted that Brexit had changed the situation, with most Scots opposed to leaving the European Union. ” We must demonstrate such restraint and patience that Scotland is ready to take its place in the great family of free nations ”, She said in front of her soldiers, gathered in a virtual congress due to coronovirus.
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