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Cameron: there will be no more extentions of devolution for Scotland watch


    (Original post by Reluire)
    I feel as though Scotland has been put on a pedestal because of the indyref and they're getting privileges that other member states of the UK (i.e. Wales) are not. The UK can't have special privileges in the EU, so why should Scotland get special privileges in the UK? This is just my opinion anyway.
    The UK has quite a lot of special privileges in the EU. If they told us tomorrow that we must join the Euro or leave, we would probably leave. The only other EU member that is not in the Euro or obliged to join the Euro eventually is Denmark.

    The question is whether Scotland would leave the UK if it did not receive this or that special privilege and, if so, whether the rest of the UK wants to keep Scotland on those terms.
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