The EU and Great Britain are still fighting for a regulated Brexit. But a no-deal exit is becoming more likely. This is what Scotland’s Prime Minister Sturgeon plays in the cards: She is planning a second independence referendum in her country – and, if successful, she will join the EU quickly. The Scottish Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon is sticking to her plans for Scotland to join the EU. After the independence referendum she is aiming for, she will quickly lead her nation into the European Union, Sturgeon told the “world” and other European media. “According to the latest polls, more than half of the Scots want independence. I am confident that the Scots will say yes in the next referendum.”
Independent, with its own future Scotland is planning a new referendum
An independent Scotland would then immediately apply for EU membership. In her view, Scotland was “a unique case for rapid accession to the EU”. Scotland’s accession is “not an enlargement”. After all, as part of the United Kingdom, Scotland had been a member for over 40 years. “Scotland is coming home, this is not a new beginning.” Scotland needs the approval of London for the referendum. If Prime Minister Boris Johnson does not allow a referendum, she does not exclude the judicial process, so Sturgeon. “If London refuses to approve, we have to see if the Scottish Parliament can pass the necessary legislation. This question has not yet arisen in court, but I am not ruling it out. We cannot allow the British government to block democracy. “
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