Johnson promised not to allow a new referendum on the independence of Scotland

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he would not allow a new referendum on Scottish independence. It is reported by Sky News.

According to Johnson, he will not allow a new referendum on Scottish independence to be held while he is head of the British government.

"No, I will not do this, I do not want it to take place. I do not see the reasons why we should return to this issue," he said.

Johnson emphasized that the British government warned Scotland that a referendum on independence from the United Kingdom in 2014 was the only such event in their life.

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“We had one (referendum – ed.) In 2014, the people of Britain, the people of Scotland in 2014 were told that this would be the only such event in the life of a generation. I don’t think that people in this country think that referenda is great thing for harmony, "said the head of government.

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