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Faced with a forced departure from the European Union that Scotland overwhelmingly voted against, rumblings of independence are growing by the day with Scottish leaders confronted by a stark choice between a 300-year-old union with England and EU membership.On Friday morning Scotland awoke to the news that despite voting 62 to 38 percent to remain part of the EU, the majority of citizens in the United Kingdom chose to leave, and the country would be exiting the bloc. The response from Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon was swift. That morning she announced that it would be "democratically unacceptable" for Scotland to be taken out of the EU against its will, and that a second referendum on Scottish independence was now "highly likely". And Sunday the Scottish Nationalist Party leader hinted that Scotland might block a British exit, or Brexit, from the EU if Holyrood, the Scottish parliament, refuses to consent. According to Geoghegan, Sturgeon might be exploring the possibility of an arrangement where the U.K. leaves the EU but with Scotland remaining part of both unions.
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