58 percent of scots in favour of an independant Scotland

Brexit: Scotland Say 58% in Favour of Independence, A Record

SURVEY: The Scottish Nationalist Party is in a strong position ahead of the May 2021 local elections to hold a second referendum on independence for Scotland This is a record that should not go unnoticed in the context of the stalled Brexit negotiations. An unprecedented majority of 58% Scots now say they are in favour of the region gaining […]

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Weather: Storm Ciara will Strike from Sunday to Monday, before a Very Rough Week 1

Weather: Storm Ciara will Strike from Sunday to Monday, before a Very Rough Week

She is powerful. It is formidable. Its area of ​​influence is immense. It is rampant in the North Atlantic and will launch its forces – gusts and waves – to attack Scotland, Ireland, England and France, from Sunday to Monday. Baptized Ciara by the British – a Celtic name -, this storm will be helped in its assaults by […]

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Boris Johnson and the Conservatives big winners in UK Elections

UK Elections: Boris Johnson and the Conservatives Big Winners

The conservative leader won an absolute majority in the British parliament, Thursday 12 December 2019, unheard of since Margaret Thatcher. Now to finally achieve Brexit. Brexit will take place 31st January 2020. It is the mandate from British voters to the Conservative Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who won Thursday 12th December 2019 a resounding victory in parliamentary after more than […]

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Scotsman Andy Murray confirms his retirement from Tennis due to injury

Tennis: Andy Murray Retires, Betrayed by his Body

The Australian Open could be his last tournament. Andy Murray, 31, suffers from incessant pain in the hip. “It is possible that the Australian Open is my last tournament”, even if it is at Wimbledon that he would like to “stop playing”: Scottish Andy Murray announced, in tears, his very likely end of career for 2019, suffering from […]

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Theresa May signes letter for Brexit

Theresa May Signed the Letter for Brexit, Scotland wants a Referendum

The British Prime Minister Theresa May signed the letter on Tuesday formalizing the divorce between Britain and the European Union. The Scots themselves, challenge Brexit along well and get their independence in order to stay in the EU. Theresa May signed on Tuesday the letter that will be delivered on Wednesday in Brussels to trigger […]

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The Scottish Parliament voted against the "Brexit" project output of the European Union presented by the British government.

The Scottish Parliament Vote Symbolically against Brexit

The Scottish Parliament voted largely on Tuesday against the output from the European Union project supported by the British government. Very Europhile, the Scots were largely opposed to Brexit in the referendum of 23 June by voting 62% in favor of keeping within the European Union. On Tuesday, MPs expressed their disagreement with the EU […]

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Jamie Oliver is to close some restaurants because of Brexit

Because of Brexit, Jamie Oliver will Close Restaurants

The famous British chef Jamie Oliver has announced the closure of several restaurants in his Jamie’s Italian chain in the UK, blaming Brexit which increased the price of the ingredients used to concoct his Italian dishes. Six institutions are concerned, including that of Aberdeen in Scotland and of Ludgate Hill, near St Paul’s Cathedral in […]

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Six Nations Rugby – France to Play in Red

Instead of Les Bleus, you need to call the French Rugby team Les Rouges. Fifty years of rugby tradition was washed away earlier today when officials said France would start their Six Nations rugby campaign against Scotland on Saturday wearing red shirts. France, whose usual blue shirt is one of the most iconic in rugby, whose […]

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