Where are you going, Scotland?


Since 2007, the UK has had seven prime ministers (Blair, Brown, Cameron, May, Johnson, Truss and now Sunak), and both Labor and Conservatives have been in power. Meanwhile, in Scotland the SNP has been in continuous control, with absolute or near majorities, and only two leaders, Alex Salmond and Nicola Sturgeon. A full-fledged monopoly by a center-left party whose authentic raison d’etre is to obtain independence as soon as possible.

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