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Apparently Boris & co are well aware, and ginning up a "charm offensive" [sic] to persuade the Scots. Aye, that'll work...

But more importantly,

key ministers, and Johnson himself, are determined to move the constitutional debate  from the increasingly bitter polarisation between the status quo on the one hand and independence on the other. The new approach involves carving a third way between the two extremes, based on the principle of the UK adding value to the devolved settlement, as well as launching an all-UK strategy that could involve new and wider devolution and a more federal structure to the UK's constitutional arrangements, potentially extending to reform of the House of Lords.

What could possibly go wrong?
Let me count the ways...

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by eurogreen on Tue Jan 26th, 2021 at 08:21:05 AM EST

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