LONDON The danger of a new Scottish independence referendum is creating pointless uncertainty and division, a government spokesman stated on Monday, responding to media studies that Scottish nationalists were being preparing to desire just one.
“The problem is not whether or not there could be a second referendum, it is whether or not there really should be just one – and the distinct respond to to that is no,” the spokesman stated.
“The final decision to stay in the British isles was designed by the Scottish men and women in 2014 and all the evidence at the minute displays men and women in Scotland will not want one more referendum.
“The danger of just one is creating pointless uncertainty and division.”
(Reporting by William James, editing by Estelle Shirbon)