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They could just hold a referendum and leave without asking the UK for permission. Same as the UK did with the EU. And since Boris established the precedent that he is fine with breaking international

Surely if the UK have the right to leave the EU then Scotland has the right to leave the United Kingdom! What goes around comes around and karma is a “beach!” 😁

Don't you just hate democracy....voters going around determining their own future.... should not be allowed.   ....and for those who claim they have already had a referendum.....Brexit chang

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1 hour ago, phantomfiddler said:

I wonder who will be wanting to be the "Queen" of the new country Scotland ? 

 

No Queen, although the British Queen is half Scottish of course. A republic possibly?

 

And who would be "President for life"???? 555!

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1 hour ago, wombat said:

Is this where you keep voting untill you get the result you want?

 

Yes, and then immediately change the rules so it can never be changed back, regardless of what the people might want in the future!

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2 hours ago, pacovl46 said:

Surely if the UK have the right to leave the EU then Scotland has the right to leave the United Kingdom! What goes around comes around and karma is a “beach!” 😁

 

1. Scotland voted in 2014 and it's population voted to Remain.

 

2. The UK is a sovereign nation whereas the EU is a trading bloc.

 

Apart from that, a brilliant point well made 😆.

 

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