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Rugby League World Issue 402

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In Topic: 2015 General Election predictions

31 July 2014 - 01:44 PM

If Scotland breaks away from the UK in the September vote, Labour will lose about 40 MP's, so would this more or less guarantee a very close election?

I know that when politics have been discusses with friends, no matter whether they are left or right leaning, the impression I get is that people do not have a clue of who they would for this time round ( the best of a very bad bunch?) - but they all agree they won't be voting LibDem.


How would it work with Scottish independence? If they vote yes in September is there not still a while before they actually become independent?

If so, does Scotland still have MPs in the UK parliament next year and what happens to them when Scotland goes independent? Or am I just confused?