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Scotland expects independence from Britain in 2025

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Scotland expects independence from Britain in 2025

Post by rocky on Tue 06 Jun 2017, 2:18 am

Scotland expects independence from Britain in 2025


Release date: 2017/6/6



(International: The Euphrates News) Prime Minister of Scotland, Nicolas Stirgen, expected her country's independence from the United Kingdom by 2025.
"I think Scotland will be independent, yes, but that's the Scottish people's choice," Stirgen said in an interview with ITV in response to a question about whether the UK would be disintegrated by 2025.
Opinion polls show that Stirgen's Scottish Nationalist Party seems to be heading to win most of Scotland's seats in the planned British parliamentary election on Thursday, but it will lose some of the 54 seats it controls from 59 dedicated to Scotland.
In 2014, the Scottish government held a referendum on independence for the country, in which voters rejected independence from the United Kingdom by 55.42 percent against 44.58 percent who favored independence.
After announcing the result, the deputy leader of the pro-independence Nationalist Party of Scotland, Nicolas Storgen, conceded defeat. Prime Minister Sturgeon said in press statements that she was disappointed that the pro-independence campaign had failed to secure enough votes.

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