Thu Jun 16th, 2022 at 03:28:10 AM EST
The Scottish government has announced plans for another independence referendum:
Nicola Sturgeon plans to hold a second referendum on Scottish independence in October next year if her government secures the legal approval to stage it.
Angus Robertson, the Scottish government's constitution secretary, said that provided ample time to pass the necessary legislation, set out the Scottish National party's case and stage a campaign.
The case for Scotland being allowed to decide its own future is clear - its their country, after all, and decisions about it should be made in Edinburgh, not Westminster. But we know how this will go: the Tories in London will refuse to permit any democratic vote. And support for independence will rise accordingly.