Scotland and the Future of Union
From the Scottish perspective, there is a range of constitutional options to re-negotiate its position in the UK and Europe. The difficulty lies at the UK level. If Scottish independence does come about, it may not be because Scotland has decided to leave the United Kingdom but because England is not prepared to abandon its own unitary state or allow joint decision-making in critical matters of domestic and European policy.
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