Scottish Independence, the aftermath.

Some interesting thoughts. I fancied a Yes vote, not because I believe I have any right to have a say in the matter, but as a historian I welcome change and I would have been interested to see Scotland develop independently. Hopefully the surge in political participation created by the referendum will live on, and the 80something% turnout will not be a one off event!

Counterfire: ‘No to independence, but no confidence in the Union’, by Chris Banbery.
Huffington Post:  ‘Scottish Referendum Has to Bring Real Change Across the UK’, by Natalie Bennet.
BBC News: ‘Green Party seeks ‘radical’ new political settlement’.


About MW

Megan Wright is a candid young lady making her way around the world. Since her visit to Beijing in 2011, travel has become an integral part of her life. After graduating from Royal Holloway University of London, she moved her pale bottom over to Madrid where she worked as an au pair and EFL teacher. After backpacking through South America in 2016, Megan returned home to the UK and is now studying an MA in Applied Anthropology, Community & Youth Work at the University of London. Although back in ol' blighty for the time being, she will be teaching English across Europe during her summer and hopes to go on another great escape after her graduation in 2019.
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