Poslednja ispitivanja javnog mnjenja pokazuju da je raspad UK vrlo moguc..
Sve vise je Skota za nezavisnost..
I kod Engleza raste broj gradjana koji zele nezavisnost..
Da li je moguc raspad Ujedinjenog Kraljevstva posle 300 godina...
Adults in Scotland and England appear to have similar views on an eventual separation, according to a poll by ICM Research published in the Daily Mail. 48 per cent of English respondents would approve of Scotland becoming an independent country, and 51 per cent of Scottish respondents concur.
In addition, 13 per cent of English respondents say they would be better off without Scotland, and 36 per cent of Scottish respondents think they would be better off without England.
The Kingdom of Scotland was an independent state until May 1, 1707, when the Acts of Union established the United Kingdom of Great Britain. In a 1997 referendum, voters in Scotland supported the creation of a legislative assembly with tax varying powers.
Earlier this month, Scottish National Party (SNP) leader Alex Salmond explained his views on sovereignty, saying, "There will be no Scottish MPs at Westminster after independence. The SNP, as you may know, does not vote on English matters at Westminster and it is right that Scottish MPs should not tip the balance on domestic English issues. Independence for Scotland and England would mean a new relationship of equals."
Scotland will renew its legislature on May 3.