The final results of a referendum on Scottish independence were announced. Scotland has voted against becoming an independent country by 55% to 45%...
For now, that means it will continue to form an integral part of the UK - but for Scottish devolution, the process of granting powers from Westminster to the Scottish parliament, it's far from business as usual. The focus will now be on how the UK government delivers its promise of more powers for the Scottish parliament, based at Holyrood, Edinburgh.
Ok, there was the precedent. What would be the next?
I believe that the fact that the forum was held, regardless of the result, is a strong reason for the wave of similar events across Europe. It is possible that Quebec will pick up wave too. How do you think?