Scottish election: Scots slam SNP IndyRef2 plan as they warn of Brexit chaos rerun | Politics | Information
“I did not need Brexit and that has been an absolute nightmare so why would you wish to break up a union that is a whole bunch and a whole bunch of years?
“It will value some huge cash, and I believe it might be horrible for the financial system and I do not suppose Scotland can afford to be unbiased.”
One other native mentioned: “We have now devolved powers. They’ve taxation powers, they’ve various energy.
“So I do not see what else they need.”
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Some voters nonetheless instructed the German broadcaster the “actual entrepreneurship” of Scotland would assist the nation succeed outdoors of the UK.
One lady mentioned: “We have now belongings, nice belongings.
“I believe all through this, particularly in Edinburgh, there’s been an actual group really feel, actual entrepreneurship. I believe that might be to the advantage of our nation.”
And one younger resident insisted independence would lead to Scotland with the ability to make its personal choice: “I believe Scotland is much more liberal as a rustic reasonably than in England.
“And people selections we are able to make on our personal and never need to go to Westminster for approval, which I do not suppose we would get.”
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“We’re solely regularly popping out of this disaster and solely then will we get a greater concept of what the enterprise via Scotland, and certainly the remainder of the nation, are able to doing.
“I believe the financial scenario for the time being is just too dangerous for independence.”
The SNP has signalled a brand new independence referendum could be held within the first half of the brand new parliament, with the potential date set for 2023.
Nicola Sturgeon in 2020 had already requested permission to carry a brand new vote however was denied.