Sunday, 16 March 2014

Britain heading towards Constitutional Crisis that could put 2015 General Election in doubt?

The UK 2015 General Election due to take place on May 7th 2015 could be derailed if Scotland becomes independent. In a Memorandum sent to the House of Lords, Professor Alan Boyle from Edinburgh University indicated two alternatives.

The first option includes emergency laws to ban 59 Scottish constituencies from taking part in the General Election.

The second option is to expel from the House of Commons all Scottish MPs after the election after the date of independence. If Scotland were to be excluded from the 2015 General Election poses a serious threat to Britain political instability forcing the country to live in limbo between the date of a Yes Vote on Independence and the date of formalisation of Scottish Independence.

This comes on top of Financial Issues and National Security.

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