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maggiebee | 16:00 Wed 29th Jun 2022 | News
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Good enough for the Falkland Islands but NOT for Scotland. What a joke.

“The Prime Minister stressed that the Falkland Islanders, like all people, have a right to self-determination.”

https://uk.sports.yahoo.com/news/boris-johnson-tells-argentina-falklands-184744616.html

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Do you want it then Maggie?? What's the general consensus??
the point being that scotland already had an indyref i think
^^^ to which people said no independence
And why so far off?
Maggie, your grievance is bogus.
We had a referendum. We said no.
What part of democracy don't you understand?
"What part of democracy don't you understand? " - err the bit that gives the "wrong" answer!
Err,Maggie,we had a vote back on the 18 September 2014.Scotland said no to the xenophobic Anglophobes.Remember"once in a generation","once in a lifetime".
There is absolutely no comparison between The Falkland Islands & Scotland.

The Falkland Islands are a self-governing British Overseas Territory. Under the 2009 Constitution, the islands have full internal self-government; the UK is responsible for foreign affairs, retaining the power "to protect UK interests and to ensure the overall good governance of the territory".

Scotland is an integral part of the United Kingdom& has been for over 300 years. It entered into a political union with the Kingdom of England in 1707 to create the then new Kingdom of Great Britain.
I’ve no objection to you having a second referendum, maggiebee, but you have had one already so victims you ain’t.
ynnafymmi, are you worried the vote might not go your way?
I cant wait for Scotland to finally get the referendum and the result it wants even if it takes 5 or more goes. Then we will be spared the constant moaning and can sit back and watch you all get on with it. Not sure who you'll be able to blame if things go wrong though when it can't be Westminster.
Prudie
What on earth do you mean by "the result it wants". The result of the referendum in 2014 was the result a clear majority of us wanted.
I do agree with you about all the moaning though. I wish it would stop. We're not all like that, just the shouty ones.
@17.38.Nah,bring it on.The last one one brought down Randy Sandy,this one will bring down Virgin Sturgeon.Yay.
Sorry middlemarch, you are right, I should have said Scottish abers as they are the only people who I've heard bang on about wanting independence. I believe in reality it's loosely a 50 50 split?
If they got their second referendum and it failed - as I strongly suspect it would - do you think they might - just might - do us all a favour and put a sock in it?
@17.51.Naomi,there are only two or three of these SNP nationalist Anglophobes on this site.I think you know who i mean.The rest of us Scots on here cant be bothered with their divisive hate.Especially their divisive hate for you English.
I don't know how accurate the opinion polls are, they have not been too successful in recent years. Sturgeon said at one time that we should not have another referendum until the polls show 60% in favour of independence for a sustained period. Of course, that has not happened. But she has to throw some red meat to the fanatics and wants to draw attention away from her many failures and fiascos.
Hell, No !
Ynna, I know what you mean. I don’t know any Scots like them … and I know quite a few.
ynnafymmi, you're in favour of the October referendum then?

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