As Brexit draws near, Scotland's desire for independence is growing. A majority of Scots simply want to stay in the EU. So, Scots will be watching the British parliamentary elections with a great deal of anxiety.
The UK general election is being billed as the most important to take place in decades. With Boris Johnson's Conservatives seeking a majority, and rivals desperate to alter course on Brexit, what are the key issues?
Independence movements are gaining momentum in the Pacific. These areas are bound by a common history of colonialism, minority repression and a geopolitical tug-of-war.
Thousands of people have descended on central Glasgow to demand Scotland's independence from Britain. First Minister Nicola Sturgeon told the crowd it was "time for Scotland to choose our own future."
Net migration has continued to fall steadily since the 2016 Brexit vote, the government has said. At the same time, the number of non-EU foreign students in the UK has increased significantly.
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