New Prime Minister Liz Truss has an emergency in Northern Ireland and Scotland – Liberation

New Prime Minister Liz Truss has an emergency in Northern Ireland and Scotland - Liberation

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The timetable will be tight for Downing Street unionist Liz Truss, who must rule out a second referendum on Scottish independence and force the Northern Irish assembly to return to work.

Liz Truss may introduce herself “Union Boy” Growing up in Paisley, ten miles west of Glasgow, his campaign did little to comfort those worried about independence movements in Northern Ireland and Scotland, the United Kingdom’s most rebellious provinces. The new British Prime Minister will have to act quickly as the local government wants to hold a second referendum on independence from October 2023. In the first poll in 2014, 55.3% of Scots said they wanted to remain. In the UK. And then there’s Brexit, complicating the question: Would an independent Scotland be a member of the EU? In 2016, 62% of the region voted to remain in Europe.

Liz Truss said during her campaign “Best Attitude” will be accepted “to ignore” Local Prime Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, in her opinion “Trying to get noticed”. Sturgeon, who is also leader of the nationalist SNP party, vouched for her part “will try” to have a “Employment Relationship

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