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Scotland launches new war of independence

Should there be a second referendum? First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has set a date to decide Scotland’s destiny – again. But some are fighting to make sure the vote never happens. It was a historic vote. On 18 September 2014, the Scottish people voted on whether to leave the United Kingdom and strike out on their own. The results were close: 44.7% for Yes to 55.3% for No. Scotland would remain part of the UK.

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