The rest of the UK are given their own vote on whether we want to vote Scotland out of the UK, with the power to override a ‘NO to independence’ vote
The people of England, Wales and Northern Ireland are given their own vote on whether we want to vote Scotland out of the UK, with the power to override a ‘NO to independence’ vote from the Scottish people. Why should they get a vote and we don’t?
Scotland's vote for independence simply put is the same as saying “we are a group of friends, but do we want to carry on being friends with this lot or should we form a new group of friends away from this lot?’ Regardless of the outcome I find the whole vote slightly hurtful and what makes it worse is the fact the rest of the UK doesn’t get a say, so in the interest of equality the rest of the UK should get a vote on whether we allow Scotland to stay in the UK with our result overriding a potential no vote for independence from the Scottish people.
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