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Is Brexit Worth Scotland’s Independence?

Leaving the EU presents difficult choices for those on both sides of the Scottish-independence question.

EDINBURGH—One afternoon in the early 1990s, the vice president of the European Parliament sat down to a congenial lunch at a Brussels restaurant with a young reporter for The Daily Telegraph.

  • Elliot Ross
  • The Atlantic

The parliamentarian was David Martin, a Scot and a member of the Labour Party who held his seat for 35 years, a run that finally ended in elections this past May.

A Europhile, Martin neither questioned Scotland’s place within the…

Across the table sat…

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