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Old 08-05-2021, 06:25 PM   #1
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Default Indy2 Scotland SNP Demands

Can Mods or Admin
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Yes to Indy2 Scotland

No to Indy2 Scotland



They are expected to have 63
Then use the Greens to make up the numbers.



The SNP and Conservatives
to Fight this out in the High Courts.

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Let the people of Scotland have their say. The landscape has changed since the last referendum dramatically and they deserve a choice of whether they want to go down the ****ter with us or try to forge their own path.

There's no point in acting like an abusive ex that won't let someone go when they want to.
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If we were allowed to kick ourselves in the bollocks with brexit ref, then Scotland should also get a free kick out our bollocks.
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We are Stuck in a Pandemic
for some years.
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Wonder what will be left by the time Boris leaves office.
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We are Stuck in a Pandemic
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Did you want brexit to stop when the pandemic hit?
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Did you want Brexit to stop when the pandemic hit?

Its Impossible to Stop Brexit.
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Its Impossible to Stop Brexit.
Than pandemics don't have to stop anything.
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Than pandemics don't have to stop anything.

No Brexit is Done.
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No Brexit is Done.
We all have been.
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When the poll comes I'll vote yes.
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tbh i do think that recovery from the pandemic is priority number one and i think that Nic and her team will agree
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Added the poll

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Now isnít the time for Indy itself but Iíd be happy to have the referendum on the basis that it would then be a decent-ish amount of transition time. Besides the obvious, one of the biggest failings of brexit was that post-referendum the whole process was rushed. They should have taken a few more years to hammer out the plan before triggering.
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Old 08-05-2021, 08:28 PM   #16
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Not sure if the poll is for a new referendum or independence but I voted no either way.
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Not sure if the poll is for a new referendum or independence but I voted no either way.

So did I.
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No they had their ref, and give 17 year olds had the vote then and this time round and Nicola still couldnít get a majority, it clear itís as divisive as Brexit and not what the majority want
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NICOLA Sturgeon told Andrew Marr she 'wouldn't rule out' bringing forward a referendum by spring next year.

It comes as the outgoing head of the vaccine task force has said that by August this year there will be no vaccine circulating in the UK.

The First Minister has said that she would only hold a constitutional vote once the Covid pandemic has passed.

And Clive Dix, vaccine taskforce chief, told the Telegraph yesterday that the country is on track to vaccinate all adults by the end of July.

READ MORE: Michael Gove says Westminster won't take Scottish Government to court over indyref2

Asked by Marr if Scotland would hold a referendum if the by Spring next year, based on predictions, the pandemic was over, Sturgeon said: "That would certainly work for timescale of within the first half of the parliamentary term, but I very much, not just for reasons of an independence referendum, but for many reasons, I desperately hope those predictions are correct.

"But we have to judge that as we go through this year, weíve still got many significant challenges ahead."


https://www.thenational.scot/news/19...2-spring-2022/
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SNP didn't get their majority, and most Scottish people didn't vote for pro-independence parties. Maybe she needs to simmer down a bit.
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SNP didn't get their majority, and most Scottish people didn't vote for pro-independence parties. Maybe she needs to simmer down a bit.
Holyrood now has a pro-independence majority.
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