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The Wee Un Seems To Have A Strange Interpretation Of The Law......

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ToraToraTora | 21:58 Mon 03rd May 2021 | News
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https://news.sky.com/story/nicola-sturgeon-scotland-independence-referendum-would-be-legal-unless-court-blocks-it-12292827
" if the UK government doesn't challenge the Scottish government in court, then "by definition it would be a legal referendum" - err no, you need permission love!

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Let’s put this right , she was never my Mams friend, her son Patrick oddly enough , came across here to work, he did well and became a director of a company selling static caravans, his parents were in their mid 70s and he asked them to live with him in his nice big house ( he was a batchelor) they did but still hated the English with a passion
as some still do Bobbi.
Yes, to be honest I couldn’t be bothered to use my energy on deep entrenched hatred, must be awful to feel such emotion
it must, i don't hate anyone, i should with some but life is too short to carry around this darkness.
I don't either, I strongly dislike but that's a bit different to hateful bigotry
But everyone hates the French surely :-)
Hatred and pure bloody murder and genocide never seemed to bother the IRA or their Nazi friends very much.
But they can legally hold an Advisory Referendum, so they probably will.
What happens after the result is that Boris and Westminster will not implement the result because they don’t have to.
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yes Sunk but it's unclear whether NS is going to hold an advisory referendum or an illegal "binding" one ignoring the law. If the former fine but in both cases it will doubtless be boycotted by the no side rendering it pointless anyway. Only if they get the ok from the UK government to hold a binding referendum will it be taken seriously and be valid.
How can she hold a binding one though when she doesnt have the power to?

Surely that would be treason?
ymb, How would that come under the offence of treason?
https://www.collinsdictionary.com/dictionary/english/treason
// Surely that would be treason?//
hmmm dont quite follow that - can someone wiser than me translate please ?

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