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The Guardian types have already started that the democratic process has produced the "wrong" result arguments

In Scotland, the guardianistas up there have started the "that democracy is wrong, we want another vote to get the "right" outcome". Totally predictable

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The Guardian types have already started that the democratic process has produced the "wrong" result arguments

In Scotland, the up there have started the "that democracy is wrong, we want another vote to get the "right" outcome". Totally predictable

Have a look at the yellow/blue map on the beeb.

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Have a look at the yellow/blue map on the beeb.

What about it? Scotland decided to stay in the UK where a Scottish voice has just as much say as any other voice, why should yellow in Scotland mean any more than yellow in Leeds?

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What about it? Scotland decided to stay in the UK where a Scottish voice has just as much say as any other voice, why should yellow in Scotland mean any more than yellow in Leeds?

Precisely. Sturgeon was prepared to accept the UK vote if it was a vote to stay, but not if it was one to leave. Totally undemocratic.

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Leeds isn't a nation.

Scotland is on a very different path to the rUK, that's just something you'll have to accept. As is the call for another independence referendum.

Ask yourself this. What does this result say about Scottish opinion of Westminster when compared to the Indyref?

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Scotland decided a couple of years ago that it's part of the UK, with every Scottish voice counting for no more or less than one from anywhere else in the UK. This isn't a devolved matter so whether it's Leeds or Lanarkshire makes no difference.

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Leeds isn't a nation.

Scotland is on a very different path to the rUK, that's just something you'll have to accept. As is the call for another independence referendum.

Ask yourself this. What does this result say about Scottish opinion of Westminster when compared to the Indyref?

This is why Scotland has to go. The rUK can't be constantly asking the 5% of the population who are Scottish for permission to do something.

We're just too politically different. This time actually do it!

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Scotland decided a couple of years ago that it's part of the UK, with every Scottish voice counting for no more or less than one from anywhere else in the UK. This isn't a devolved matter so whether it's Leeds or Lanarkshire makes no difference.

I suspect the majority of Scots may disagree with you. We shall have to wait and see.

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Scotland decided a couple of years ago that it's part of the UK

With the help of a number of promises including continued EU membership.

As AThirdWay says let's wait and see how Scottish independence polls in the months after Brexit...

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