David Mundell, British Minister for Scotland, said on Friday that Scotland should not hold a second referendum on independence after the United Kingdom has voted to leave the European Union.
UK moves against another Scottish independence vote
Mundell said that he would continue to passionately make the case and also for the benefit Scotland gets from the United Kingdom.
He said in London that even though there could be another independence referendum, but the big issue is there should be no other independence referendum.
The United Kingdom voted 52-48 per cent to leave the EU, while Scotland voted 62-38 per cent to remain.
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