Secessionists win in Scotland but without majority for referendum

Secessionists win in Scotland but without majority for referendum

Administrative offices often give voters a chance to punish the incumbent government, but this time in the UK for 11 years the Tories were victorious, while Labor (along with new leader Keir Starr) was battered. Labor, Angela Rainer, is…

Administrative offices often give voters the opportunity to punish the incumbent government, but this time in the UK for 11 years the Tories – in power – were victorious, while Labor (along with new leader Keir Starr) was battered.: Labor president Angelis Rainer Left them. Post in the evening. In particular, Labor has lost to Liverpool, a city in the north east of England that was in labor for half a century, and is now the scene of another fatal breach in the Red Wall east of the Midlands.

In London, Sadiq Khan was confirmed mayor, but only after the vote. Super Thursday confirmed the national leaders: Mark Drakeford (Labor) in Wales and Nicola Sturgeon (Scottish National Party) in Scotland. But it was a winless victory for Sturgeon, as the party failed to win an absolute majority for two seats, which would have strengthened the pro-independence campaign and possibly forced the hand of Boris Johnson (photo), who refused to To grant for. New referendum. The 2014 position on Scotland’s independence (ending 52–48% for the status quo) was won accurately in 2011 on the wave of absolute majority achieved by Snp (with Alex Salmond).

And if, even with the Greens, there is a pro-independence government majority, there are many expectations for a second referendum resting on an absolute majority. And so despite Sturgeon’s triumphant speech on TV yesterday, Boris Johnson (pictured) was able to breathe a sigh of relief in Downing Street.

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Deborah Bonatti

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