Brexit and Scottish independence, conceptual image

Brexit and Scottish independence, conceptual image

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Credit: RICHARD WAREHAM FOTOGRAFIE/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Brexit and Scottish independence, conceptual image. Map of the United Kingdom (UK) with signposts representing the differing regional results of the United Kingdom European Union (EU) membership referendum, held on 23 June 2016. Scotland voted 62-38 percent to remain in the EU, while England voted 53-47 percent to leave the EU. Wales voted to leave the EU, while Northern Ireland voted to remain in the EU. The overall result was 52-48 percent to leave the EU. A referendum on Scottish independence from the UK took place on 18 September 2014, with a result of 55-45 percent to stay in the UK. Since the Brexit vote, there have been calls for a second referendum on Scottish independence.

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