Denying Scotland another referendum would be an act of imperial folly by Westminster

The ironies are almost too painful to ponder. A British prime minister set on exiting a powerful and beneficial political and economic union – Brexit – lecturing a Scottish first minister on the folly of separation. And a Scottish First Minister seeking to abandon its 300-year union with England but to attempt to remain a member of a different political “club”, the European Union. Theresa May is a leader who campaigned, albeit not vigorously, against the British self-amputation from Europe that she is now so determinedly pursuing; Nicola Sturgeon is a leader who declared that the last Scottish independence

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