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NCH.
The question on the Referendum ballot paper was “Did the voters of the UK wish to remain part of the EU.
It did NOT ask if the voters of Scotland wished to remain part of the EU.
You may note that although the voters in Northern Ireland voted by a majority to remain in the EU the Northern Ireland voters are not “bumping their gums” demanding that Northern Ireland remains part of the EU.
The Northern Ireland voters are happy to accept the will of the voters in the whole of the UK unlike opinionated people like yourself where it is your way or no way!

Treble T also commented

  • AS.
    You must be losing the plot if you consider England with a current estimated population of 54.3 Million is a small country like San Marino. Scotland who be a far better country if people like you and NCH went to live in your beloved EU permanently.
  • AS.
    If you are so keen on independence for Scotland will you please explain how an independent Scotland will balance the books. Do not use getting rid of Trident as an excuse as that will result in less tax and national insurance being collected due to over 25,000 workers at Faslane and businesses providing support services being made redundant.
  • AS.
    If you are so keen on independence for Scotland will you please explain how an independent Scotland will balance the books. Do not use getting rid of Trident as an excuse as that will result in less tax and national insurance being collected due to over 25,000 workers at Faslane and business providing support services being made redundant.
  • People are allowed to post their comments on this topic even if they are not members of the SNP. We are not yet living in a “police state” but the SNP members are hoping that Scotland will become like North Korea where nobody is allowed to make a comment unless it is in favour of the ruling party.
    God help us if Scotland becomes the same as North Korea.

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