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The Scottish National Party published a “Roadmap to Referendum” on Saturday, laying out plans for another vote on Scottish independence.
A TOP European economist has said it would be “inconceivable” for the EU to reject an independent Scotland’s membership.
INCREASING support for independence, the upcoming Holyrood election and Scotland’s removal from the EU are the focus of several news stories across Germany this morning.
In an early sign that 2021 will bring a renewed push for Scottish independence, the First Minister claimed Brexit would prove to be the catalyst for a future Yes vote.
A LEADING German newspaper is the latest international media outlet to shine a spotlight on the growing support for Scottish independence.
Scotland will be back in European Union ‘soon’, says first minister.
The agreement may have averted the economic chaos of a no deal Brexit. But commentators warn that Britain may have opened a Pandora's box of troubles - not least, Scottish dissatisfaction. There are already calls for a second independence referendum to be held in Scotland in the coming year. And this is not the only unknown. Post Brexit, the UK will be in completely uncharted territory.
SCOTLAND was big news across Europe. Major media outlets from Germany, France, Italy, Spain, the Netherlands and other EU countries headlined with comments by First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and the latest opinion poll which confirmed growing majority support for Scottish independence.
Labour leader will announce plans to push power away from Westminster in keynote speech.
Time is running out to "save the United Kingdom," more than forty local leaders in England have warned Boris Johnson.
PM dug into a corner by refusing to compromise on sovereignty but EU reached ‘pain threshold’
'UNRELIABLE, unpredictable, and untrustworthy" – that's the way Europe now views the UK, according to a new expert report.
ADVANCE notice is given of an important online event to discuss how an independent Scotland could make its way back into the European Union.
"Our hefty international influence rested on our history and reputation, buttressed by our membership of the European Union and our close alliance with the United States. Suddenly, we are no longer an irreplaceable bridge between Europe and America. We are now less relevant to them both."
Scottish politicians react angrily to PM calling it Tony Blair’s ‘biggest mistake’