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I think they want to be sure:
But hard Brexit changes that equation in a big way. Independence becomes a big plus as damage limitation in economic terms.
It is rightly acknowledged that people of faith have no monopoly of virtue
- Queen Elizabeth II
Does this mean that you expect Boris (intentionally, of from ignorance) to give us a big chunk of England? Does Scotland even want it?
He loses interest when the industrial Midlands start, which more or less means north of Coventry. Although there's another Tory enclave north of Leeds, with York, Harrogate, and the other posher parts of Yorkshire.
Workington Man was an election persona picked to typify Brexit-voting Labour supporters and the Red Wall, and the Red Wall tends to live on the deprived working class edge of these Tory utopias - the towns where Thatcher destroyed the industrial jobs in the 80s and the Tories blamed the survivors for their own poverty.
Then the Tories decided to blame the EU instead, and the rest is history.
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