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Scotland and England - a partnership for the future?

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Situation, Background and Strength of Scotland against/and England. Scottish independence. Perfekt für den Leistungskurs geeignet.

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scotland and england a partnership for the future 2 Situation: - England has more power in elections (84%) than Scotland (8,4%), even though Scotland holds one-third of the landmass and more maritime waters than England -> Scots feel powerless, e.g. Brexit -> Tensions between England and Scotland - Scottish independence referendum on 18th September 2014 (close decision: 55,3 % (con) vs. 44,7 % (pro)) - The First Minister Nicola Sturgeon (SNP) says that it isn't fair that Scotland leaves the EU together with England, even though they voted against Brexit. - Another referendum request was declined by Boris Johnson -> conflict point Background information: - 1587: Mary, Queen of Scots, was executed on order of Queen Elizabeth I. - 1707: Union between Scotland and England - 1998: Devolution to Scotland - 1999: Creation of Scottish Parliament ->. in their relationship, there has always been conflicts Is Scotland strong enough for independence? - Scotland has a different identity when looking on politics (rather leftist, but conservative majority government at Westminster). regulate their own taxes, have more control over resources and competition with England - UK resides their stock of nuclear missiles in Scotland -> SNP is anti-nuke. The problems for Scotland to become independent? -restrictions due to structural issues and hard power. (when looking at economics, social and political).established through dominant England - England...

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has a large impact on Scotland and its society when looking at cultural and psychological dimensions splitted population economic problem: uncertainty among the population -> fear of stricter criteria for immigration policy. -> Scotland.needs. immigration and foreign workers -> Scots want to keep pounds Our opinion: Scotland deserves their independence, as their culture and identity is very different to the British. But, it is a big problem that there's no agreement among the Scottish population, as well as there economy is dependent on the British one. Scotland would be more successful with staying in the EU and the need of a second referendum grows. Sources: - taz.de -Tagesschau.de -https://www.gerryhassan.com/blog/what-holds-scotland-back-our-relationship-with-england-and-ourselves/ - https://mashable.com/2014/09/08/pros-cons-scottish-independence/?europe=true -ool.co.uk (Oxford open learning) - https://mobile.twitter.com/stephffart/status/841596006630223873

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scotland and england a partnership for the future 2 Situation: - England has more power in elections (84%) than Scotland (8,4%), even though Scotland holds one-third of the landmass and more maritime waters than England -> Scots feel powerless, e.g. Brexit -> Tensions between England and Scotland - Scottish independence referendum on 18th September 2014 (close decision: 55,3 % (con) vs. 44,7 % (pro)) - The First Minister Nicola Sturgeon (SNP) says that it isn't fair that Scotland leaves the EU together with England, even though they voted against Brexit. - Another referendum request was declined by Boris Johnson -> conflict point Background information: - 1587: Mary, Queen of Scots, was executed on order of Queen Elizabeth I. - 1707: Union between Scotland and England - 1998: Devolution to Scotland - 1999: Creation of Scottish Parliament ->. in their relationship, there has always been conflicts Is Scotland strong enough for independence? - Scotland has a different identity when looking on politics (rather leftist, but conservative majority government at Westminster). regulate their own taxes, have more control over resources and competition with England - UK resides their stock of nuclear missiles in Scotland -> SNP is anti-nuke. The problems for Scotland to become independent? -restrictions due to structural issues and hard power. (when looking at economics, social and political).established through dominant England - England...

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has a large impact on Scotland and its society when looking at cultural and psychological dimensions splitted population economic problem: uncertainty among the population -> fear of stricter criteria for immigration policy. -> Scotland.needs. immigration and foreign workers -> Scots want to keep pounds Our opinion: Scotland deserves their independence, as their culture and identity is very different to the British. But, it is a big problem that there's no agreement among the Scottish population, as well as there economy is dependent on the British one. Scotland would be more successful with staying in the EU and the need of a second referendum grows. Sources: - taz.de -Tagesschau.de -https://www.gerryhassan.com/blog/what-holds-scotland-back-our-relationship-with-england-and-ourselves/ - https://mashable.com/2014/09/08/pros-cons-scottish-independence/?europe=true -ool.co.uk (Oxford open learning) - https://mobile.twitter.com/stephffart/status/841596006630223873