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Boris Johnson heads to Scotland as support for independence appears to grow – BBC Newsnight

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Boris Johnson heads to Scotland as new polls suggest sustained support for Scottish independence. Has the union ever been so fragile? Subscribe to our channel here: https://goo.gl/31Q53F

The prime minister heads to Scotland to try and counter cabinet fears over rising support for Scottish independence.

Covid-19 has seen UK nations respond differently to the pandemic, at times in contrast with the Westminster government.

Boris Johnson’s visit follows a series of polls which seem to suggest there has been an increase of support for Scottish independence, as well as poor approval ratings for the prime minister’s handling of the pandemic compared to First Minister Nicola Sturgeon.

Is a second #ScottishIndependence referendum becoming inevitable?

Boris Johnson will tell Scottish voters if they stick with the UK they will benefit from huge economic support. So what does the future hold for the union?

Political Editor Nick Watt reports.

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Pete Brock says:

Hhhmm…. No mention of the No campaign argument that staying in the union was the only way to stay in Europe. Tory BBC at its best

Casey Wander says:

Finally doing something. Since the conservative started governing back in 2010 the share of the vote of the SNP grow 35% and the MPs are now 46 and not just 6 as it was back then. The conservatives are damaging the union.

Frankly Frank says:

Leaving the EU is simple,just cancel your membership and your good to go. However, if your shackled to the English union you need to ask for permission. Wales and Scotland are Europe's last none independent countries.

Charlie Yerrell says:

Scotland can have its independence. But we the English will cut off Scotland from the rest of the UK. You will be on your own. No money no deal. We will put up a wall between the UK and Scotland. If you want to be independent so be it. There will be a definite proper border between the UK and Scotland.. A fence and guard posts. And customs posts. We will the English will make that happen. All government buildings will be disbanded and sent back to England. All milltary units will be disbanded and removed to England. Not maybe they will be removed. A solid border wall will be built whith customs posts .That is a garantee you will be on your own . When and if you are a separate country you will have to look after yourself. If Scotland wants a referendum on independence then the rest of the UK must have a vote. I for one will vote for independence and a hard border whith Scotland.

James dow says:

Boris is the finest recruiter for Scottish independence ever to cross the border may he return again and again and again I’m very happy about the offer because I’m Scottish . Keep on keeping on Boris we hate you but love your effect on the people of Scotland 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿

endintiers says:

Scotland shouldn't be ruled by unelected bureaucrats from London…

Martin says:

Newsnight has little if any credibility anymore, not long now.

David Morris says:

If Scotland was independent how would you have survived without the billions you receive from Westminster, all the shipping contracts would have to be moved to shipping yards in England or Wales and it's nuclear fleet, if Scotland and Wales went independent we would be in shit street and I'm Welsh, need to wake up you're living in cuckooland, United we stand divided we'll fall

John Carroll says:

Better together..BOLLOX.. centuries of lies…sun has set..game over Brits.. noughtin left but the child support payments to your failed empire.. tick tock

Dmitrijs The Bullet Dodger says:

British firearms police searching my flat because I was going to Tesco in facemask

Daniel Shipley says:

I think if you gave English people the vote many would happily kiss goodbye to Scotland. Most of us wanted to retain the union but the independence campaign is getting increasingly nasty and boring. I'd happily hear the last of it.

gloin10 says:

Mr Tompkins is spouting complete nonsense.

The Yes campaign NEVER made "The clear and solemn promise…" he claims they did about a once in a generation vote. Alex Salmond did say something along those lines. And please define how many years a generation might be…

The Good Friday Agreement(GFA) in Northern Ireland defines it as 'a political generation', and gives it a duration of seven years…

In any case, the No campaign lied and threatened all the way through the first Scottish independence referendum. In Ireland or Switzerland, two countries that know how to organise honest referenda, the result would have been declared null and void.

Given that the No campaign kept telling Scots that a vote for independence in 2014 meant automatically leaving the EU, it is safe to say that Brixit is sufficient justification for holding another, honest, referendum about Scottish independence…

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