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By Donald Lambro
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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Scottish National Party
) is a social-democratic political party in Scotland which campaigns for Scottish independence from the United Kingdom. - Source: Wikipedia
Scotland, Flanders and Catalonia. Independence movements in these regions of Britain, Belgium and Spain are raising concerns about the stability of a fractious European Union trying to forge closer ties to prevent economic catastrophe.
Seven hundred years after a vastly outnumbered Scottish army under legendary King Robert the Bruce defeated the English in a battle for Scottish independence, Scotland next year will again tackle the issue of separating from England.
For Ben Judge, Scottish independence is about something more than tartan, bagpipes or any other symbol of Scotland's misty past.
A referendum on Scottish independence should be held soon because the uncertainty about the issue is damaging Scotland's economy, British Prime Minister David Cameron said Sunday.