I've noticed that most of the people on here tend to be from North America - there are certainly few enough europeans around - and I was wondering how this issue was viewed from the other side of the Atlantic?
Scotland is not currently an independent country, but has an elected government (in the Devolved Parliament, not the National Parliament) which is in favour of leaving the UK and going for Scottish Independence. What thoughts do people have on the potential breakup of the UK and an independent Scotland?
by James Kenny6 years ago
Scottish Independence? What do people think?
by karl3 years ago
English? Less than 100 days before the Scottish independence vote soIf you had a vote would you vote for them to leave or stay in the union? And how do you perceive the affects of the vote and outcome?
by Marianne Sherret5 years ago
Should Scotland become independent?The current Scottish government think that Scotland should become an independent country. What do other people here think?
by Andro Mathewson4 years ago
Should Scotland become an Independent Country?I am interested in what the Hubpages community thinks about this. Especially with the referendum coming up next year.
by rhamson20 months ago
With a huge turnout and in the wake of a controversial killing of a MP the UK people voted to leave the EU. Many cited the control of its' borders as the main reason. A handful of other members are also considering a...
by Muldania3 years ago
Seeing that the Scots are to have a referendum in two years time, which is likely to see Scotland leave the United Kingdom, which will I have no doubt lead to a similar vote in Wales, I wonder if it is a good or bad...
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