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An independence referendum in Scotland can only legally be held if the UK government agrees to it. The UK government agreed to the 2014 referendum after the SNP won a landslide in the 2011 Scottish Parliament elections. Supporters of another referendum argue that: • Circumstances have fundamentally changed since 2014 where one of the main arguments was that Scotland would have to leave the European Union if it became independent. • Scotland has now been “dragged out of the EU against its will” given that 62% of voters in Scotland voted Remain. Opponents of another referendum argue that: • The 2014 vote was “once in a generation” and settled the issue • Holding another one opens the door to a “neverendum” where the question gets repeated until Scots eventually vote for independence. Which comes closest to your view?
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