Paris Gourtsoyannis: Indyref2 deal ends in salt & vinegar



As the SNP membership gathered by the Clyde for their party conference, one of the key figures in the upcoming Brexit negotiations stood up and slashed the odds on a second Scottish independence referendum.
It wasn’t Nicola Sturgeon. In fact, if there was a message from the First Minister at the weekend, it was that she was willing to act against her party’s singular goal.
After her flirtation with ‘transcendental independence’ on the anniversary of the 2014 referendum, Ms Sturgeon had to show she wasn’t being chased by fundamentalists in her own party. SNP delegates were therefore told a... read more

 
18 October 2016 in Politics, Views: 44
Source: Scotsman
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