Freedom rose again on the political agenda. The royal family fears An internal step Politicians ‘Scotland loses’.
The Scots chose to stay with England in 2014, but many want a new independence referendum. There is great dissatisfaction in the region with the Brexit vote, which was voted on by a majority in Scots in 2016.
William and Kate will now be asked to spend more time at Palmoral, the royal family’s summer home in Scotland. They should start treating it like a full-length house and a vacation spot.
The Duke of Cambridge and the Duchess are also said to be reuniting with the city of St Andrews, where they met several years ago at university. “They should not come as visitors, but as residents,” says one insider.
The pair should be used as a ‘visible symbol of the bond between England and Scotland’. William could play that role better than British Prime Minister Boris Johnson. According to a recent poll, 71 percent of Scots have a negative view of Johnson and 69 percent a positive view of Prince.
The pro-independence camp in Scotland has already made it clear that it does not want state intervention. Former Scottish Prime Minister Alex Salmond recently suggested that his ‘pessimistic’ ideological opponents were trying to put the prince in their favor. According to the British media, he called on the royal family to stay above politics.
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