Sep 13, 2021 -- 5:01AM, lapsy pa wrote:
They couldn't win as the majority of the population is in England and it was more of an English issue,that is what is wrong, Scotland has no voice really.
Yep, Northern Ireland is the same. The people of NI wished to remain in the EU.
Sep 13, 2021 -- 6:16AM, akabula wrote:
Not really a question to debate edy more a smart ass comment and an irrelevant one at that.
Be careful btw. with such responses. Burt might add you to ze list for being a sucker that refuses to respond to questions.
Sep 13, 2021 -- 7:07AM, lapsy pa wrote:
If the majority of the Scottish government want a new referendum on indeoendence,shouldn't they be allowed one and not told by someelse they can't have one? Isn't that a mickey mouse government so?
That's ultimately the biggest sign of having sovereignty, or in the case of Scotland a lack of sovereignty.
The UK was able to stage a referendum and trigger article 50 entirely out of its own free will. The EU had no say in either of those things.
Scotland has to beg the central government for a referendum and, as far as I know, would then also need to go beg Westminster to actually leave. Scotland can not trigger a leave mechanism out of its own free will if it wants to.
Sep 13, 2021 -- 4:55PM, Giuseppe wrote:
why not? are you a sexist?
A little bit