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Johnson Tells Sturgeon No New Scottish Referendum

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Johnson Tells Sturgeon No New Scottish Referendum

Johnson Tells Sturgeon No New Scottish Referendum

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Scottish leader Nicola Sturgeon are at odds once again.

Johnson said on Friday there would be no new independence referendum for Scotland.

He went on the say the previous vote in 2014 must be respected, reports Reuters.

β€œHe remained opposed to a second independence referendum, standing with the majority of people in Scotland who do not want to return to division and uncertainty." Office Statement Scotland must now face the realities of Brexit and what that means in the future.

Many Scots are concerned about losing their connection to the European Union.

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