In the Herald today:
THE MAJORITY of Scots who support holding another referendum want it to be held after the coronavirus pandemic is over, according to a new poll. The exclusive data, obtained by BMG Research for The Herald, also shows that even among independence supporters, the majority would favour waiting for the pandemic to subside (53 per cent) than hold a vote immediately (39%).
39% want a referendum ‘immediately?’ Astounding!
53% ‘favour [just] waiting for the pandemic to subside?’ Wow!
So we’re just waiting for Moray’s Tory council to get its act together? The virus is well-under control everywhere else.
What does the PM say? I know, he’s still saying ‘no’ in principle but he’s also saying that, other than international travel and nightclubs we can expect to return to ‘some semblance of normality by June.’
We’re having a democratic process with much postal voting now so as we approach 100% vaccination of the adult population and with infection levels, in WHO terms, suppressed, surely a wee independence referendum will be doable, this year?