James Forsyth James Forsyth

Aren’t we already losing Scotland?

The current strategy to save the Union actually breaks the ties that bind us - along with the constitution

Westminster has been gripped by talk of a referendum this week. But the excitement hasn’t been about the vote in ten months’ time that will decide whether Scotland remains part of the United Kingdom, but about the possibility of an EU referendum in four years’ time. South of Hadrian’s Wall, Scotland’s vote on independence is fast in danger of becoming the forgotten referendum.

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