If voters choose independence in a referendum, Scotland will need a constitution. Elliot Bulmer argues here that there are advantages to creating and debating a new constitutional document before trying to navigate the choppy waters of becoming a separate nation. Scotland and a written constitution Despite being rejected in the 2014 referendum, Scottish independence has […]
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+ConUnitUCL I do prefer the idea that a written constitution should be decided on post-independence. It allows No voters the chance to have their say, and not to have a continued grievance that those voting Yes feel superior and that only their vision of Scotland matters.
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+ConUnitUCL SP should publish and approve a constitution. Put it to the approval by the Scottish people then offer England to negotiate the exit from UK. England needs us. Think water, oil energy, manufacturing etc. We have it they don’t
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