The head of Scotland sent a letter to Johnson about holding a referendum on independence

The head of Scotland sent a letter to Johnson about holding a referendum on independence

Scottish leader sent a letter to Johnson about holding an independence referendum

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Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has sent a letter to British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on the proposal to hold a referendum on independence in Scotland. This was reported by Reuters.

Sturgeon wrote to the head of the British government that the actions of his cabinet “cast doubt on the very idea of ​​the United Kingdom as a voluntary partnership.”

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Prepared by: Sergey Daga