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London rejects permission for Scotland's second independence referendum demand
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 78339696:MV80MjM3NDA0Xzc3MTE0MTg4X0JDRUM0QkQ0] [quote:keybored:MV80MjM3NDA0Xzc3MTExMDk1X0VENUE5QzJE] [quote:Anonymous Coward 77708627:MV80MjM3NDA0Xzc3MTEwOTg1XzQzMkNGMTg2] [quote:Anonymous Coward 71909182:MV80MjM3NDA0Xzc3MTEwOTQ5X0U2MkZGMkEx] [quote:Anonymous Coward 77708627:MV80MjM3NDA0Xzc3MTEwODM3XzRGMTQyMzU2] Lol what a bunch og hypocrites. They can leave EU, but Scots can't leave UK. Fuck the brits [/quote] Belgian waffle. They voted to stay you ignoramus. [/quote] So UK should not be afraid of a new referendum, right? Unless they know Scotts will vote leave, and refuse them the right of self-determination? Yeah, fuck you, they are hypocrites and know it [/quote] Why can some people just no ever get over the fact that they are in a minority and therefore they lost and should just move on? Grow the fuck up and accept that you can't always get your way in life when more people want something you do not. The Scottish referendum was agreed to be the one and only time they would vote on the issue and that both sides would abide by the results. [/quote] A once in a generation quote was no more than a verbal agreement, the actual written agreement in the Smith Commission states this: Chapter 2 Heads of agreement introduction 18 It is agreed that nothing in this report prevents Scotland becoming an independent country in the future should the people of Scotland so choose. So there you go, agreed and signed by both the Scottish and UK government. So one way or another Scotland will have it's referendum and there are already plans underway to do it with out Boris Johnsons permission and as it has been agreed that the choice is up to the Scottish people it will be legal. [/quote]
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PM Boris Johnson has rejected SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon’s request for a second Scottish independence referendum, claiming it “would continue the political stagnation that Scotland has seen for the last decade."
Sturgeon - the first minister of Scotland - is on record as saying that she wants to hold a second referendum later this year, believing that she has a mandate following the 2019 general election that saw her party win 48 of the 59 seats in Scotland.
However, in a letter to Sturgeon, published on social media on Tuesday, Johnson contended that she and her predecessor promised that the 2014 independence referendum would be a “once in a generation vote.”
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