The British government is confident it can seal a good divorce deal with the European Union which will win over the people of Scotland but may never please its pro-independence ruling party, Scottish minister David Mundell said.
Mundell, Britain’s secretary of state for Scotland, told Reuters the government was ‘taking note’ of warnings that Scottish leaders are gearing up for a vote which could split the more than three-century-old union between Scotland and England.
But the British government does not believe another vote on independence should take place, he said.
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