LONDON (Reuters) - Voters in Scotland stay evenly cut up over whether or not or not they assist independence from the remainder of Britain, a ballot printed by the Sunday Instances confirmed, days after the Scottish authorities set out plans for a referendum on the topic subsequent 12 months. Final week, Scotland's first minister Nicola Sturgeon introduced plans for a second independence referendum to be held on October 2023, and vowed to take authorized motion if the British authorities blocks it. The Panelbase survey confirmed 48% of respondents have been in favour of independence, 47% have been opposed and 5% didn't know. A earlier onl...

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