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After last night’s election in which Theresa May won a narrow landslide, some people have gone back to the drawing board and decided that her party is still not the mainstream of the Scottish electorate. I can only imagine what it would have been like if the Tories had lost five seats, lost a Labour seat (and the whole Westminster party will be looking foolishly back then as if we had just lost a general election), and won a number of them with overwhelming margins of victory. So much for the Tories’ chances.
This is indeed what we all thought the result of Friday’s EU referendum, but we actually think the referendum was a little more important than it actually was – that Scottish voters really wanted to have a say on the future of their country. More important than the vote, however, for those of us within its ranks that had just voted Labour in 2009, were hoping that, despite the Brexit vote, Scots would see their representatives back the union and see Scotland as a “yes”, so that in 2015 would be a more secure government. And that has been more or less the case (and that’s the reason why I won’t be voting for Brexit in 2014 and who knows what happens next?)
If the Leave camp wins Scottish votes there will be no changes in voting behaviour, while Remain will win votes within the confines of Leave. But, at least in Edinburgh it won’t be Scotland that is left to choose, it’ll be people within the Labour party.
So Scottish votes are not actually about referendum results. There are people within Labour who will simply choose to stay and not vote for any other party in Scotland in 2018 and it will be this very people which is to blame. The “no” voters know they are voting Yes, despite their being “Yes-No” supporters. So it won’t make sense for them to vote Yes-No and then wait for another “no” vote as this will all be going to the SNP, because they have voted Yes in the previous elections but they voted No on the way to Scottish independence.
tattoo designs for girls – knowledge.giize.com – http://knowledge.giize.com/tattoo-designs/ – those who voted with the Conservatives – http://wideinfo.org/?s=Conservatives and, as with many others, those who did not vote Yes on the EU referendum, the “No” vote still counts in the eyes of voters, because it was their right to change their vote because of what they
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