Scots Urge Brits to Stay in EU
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Scots Urge Brits to Stay in EU

Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon is stepping up efforts to urge Britons to vote to stay in the European Union in June’s referendum, even as proponents of quitting the bloc argue that the UK would be better off economically if it breaks away, Bloomberg reported. The Scottish National Party leader told BBC Television a week ago that if Scots support EU membership on June 23 while the UK as a whole decides to leave, it would “almost certainly” trigger a second independence plebiscite.

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