No Scottish independence referendum before next election, insists Michael Gove
The Times says Nicola Sturgeon will not be allowed to hold a second Scottish independence referendum before the next general election, the government has said.
Michael Gove, who as chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster is overseeing Boris Johnson’s attempts to keep Scotland in the Union, said that it would be “at best reckless, at worst folly” to hold a second referendum while the United Kingdom was recovering from the pandemic.
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