Political instability persists in the United Kingdom, as people vote in the third elections in less than 4 years
On Monday, the House of Commons approved a government motion for fresh elections but not by the necessary two-thirds majority. Tuesday’s vote will see the same proposal moved as a bill under another provision that requires only a simple majority
On October 2, Labour Party’s motion to nationalize the ScotRail by 2022 was voted down in the Scottish parliament by the Scottish Nationalist Party and the Tories
With the parliament limiting a no-deal Brexit and thrice rejecting the government’s demand for a snap election, Boris Johnson, who has lost the parliamentary majority, is left effectively stranded.
The failure of the Conservative government in the UK to take forward the Brexit formalities and the subsequent political crisis has reinvigorated the aspirations for independence among a pro-EU majority in Scotland.