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Does Westminster even care about the Union?

17 November 2022

3:37 AM

17 November 2022

3:37 AM

The Supreme Court will hand down its judgment in the Scottish independence referendum case next Wednesday. This is the reference brought by the Lord Advocate, Scotland’s most senior law officer, over Nicola Sturgeon’s proposed Scottish Independence Referendum Bill.

Downing Street has refused to grant a re-run of the 2014 referendum, in which Scots voted to remain part of the United Kingdom.

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