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Refuse Scotland a second independence referendum?

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    Isn't there an argument that they voted to stay in the UK with the knowledge that an EU referendum was coming with a very real possibility of Brexit?

    Not really. Back then Brexit was only a distant dream of the far right and a few crazy people. Recently though hostility towards the EU within England and Wales has skyrocketed and now we're on track to leave in a couple of years. The circumstances are different now from what the Scottish people were told they would be, so I think it's fair to say they should have another referendum.

    The liberals just can't stop crying 😂. I love it. We may actually have a net loss in migration due to the number of social justice leaving the UK because they lost their dummy. I sincerely hope they leave, please guys, go now

    Why does Scotland want to stay in the EU ?
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