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Scotland: The Other Independence

Scotland has its own Parliament, its own flag, its own football team. It has it own legal and educational systems. It has a distinctive and world famous culture – the Gaelic language, the Highlands, tartan, and whisky. Yet Scotland is not an independent country: for three hundred years Scotland and England have been bound in a union that concentrated all political power in the British Parliament in London. But that could change. Scotland currently has its first Nationalist Government, a Government that is committed to securing independence. It wants Scotland to become a small, progressive and independent country within Europe. To achieve that, they would have to hold a referendum, and persuade a majority of the Scottish people to take the plunge. In this exclusive FSRN documentary, Tom Allan looks at some of the twists and turns that lie on the path to independence.

Scotland: The Other Independence

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Emperor Ropi | July 04, 2008

Hi, I have been to Scotland as tourist for 2 weeks and I really enjoyed it. I have seen Loch Ness, the Highlands, Inverness, Edinburgh and the east coast. It is the coolest country I have been so far.

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