Posted on February 8, 2019 2021 at 12:05Updated on February 8, 2019 at 20:08 on 2021
What can Boris Johnson do in the face of the danger of Scottish liberation? A month after Brexit came into effect, the question already seems to be based on an army of advisers on Downing Street. During his visit to Scotland at the end of January, the British Prime Minister showed that he was aware of the danger: such an earthquake outside the European Union and its earthquakes could potentially jeopardize the unity of the United Kingdom. The “take back control” that Euroseptics strongly advocated in the name of English nationalism nurtured Scottish nationalism and opposed “Union Jack”.
The desire for independence is not only stopping the EU north of Hadrian’s wall (Scots voted 62% against Brexit in a referendum in June 2016, a recent poll showing 53% of their desire to return one day), but the epidemic strengthens it ( Only 22% of Scots have a positive opinion of the way Boris Johnson discussed the health crisis in England. , 61% think Scottish Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon handled it well in Scotland, and this ability is decentralized). Legislative elections in Scotland, which will be announced in three months to renew the parliament in Edinburgh, are likely to take place with the declared victory of the separatists of the Scottish National Party.
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