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Approve an Independence Referendum if the Scottish Parliament votes to call one.

The Scottish Government was elected on a promise to hold a second Independence Referendum should Scotland be taken out of the EU against the will of its people. As a result of the Brexit Vote, Westminster must not impede the Scottish Parliament if it votes to call a second Independence Referendum.

Both Theresa May and Sir Michael Fallon have stated that there is no need for a second Independence Referendum during the current parliament, which runs to 2020.

It must be the Scottish Parliament, as the elected representatives of the Scottish people, who make decisions on Scotland's future.

The Scottish Parliament must have the freedom to call a second Independence Referendum, and decide Scotland's future relationship with the EU, and the rest of the world.

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Currently ranked 23,754 out of 103,200 petitions ever created.

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Created By

Roy Hall

Created On

Thursday 16 February 2017

Closing Date

Thursday 1 January 1970

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