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scottish independence support 'at highest ever level'


image copyrightgetty imagesimage caption scotland voted to stay in the uk by 55% to 45% in the 2014 independence referendum support for scottish independence is at its highest-ever level, according to an academic study. but the scottish social attitudes survey also suggested the popularity of the european union has fallen. the researchers said this suggested focusing on eu membership may not be the best way to swing more voters towards independence. the survey has asked the same question about how scotland should be governed every year since 1999.it was carried out by scotcen social research and has been published two days after first minister nicola sturgeon confirmed she wants to ask the uk government for permission to hold a second referendum on scottish independence.ms sturgeon says th






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download download to some people, financial independence simply means earning enough to pay your bills, so you don't have to depend on help from your family or the government. to others, it means being free of debt, so you don't have to rely on credit to make ends meet. however, when you see the term written with capital letters - as "financial independence, " or "fi" - it usually has one very specific meaning: having enough money saved up to support you for the rest of your life. this type of financial independence - also known as being independently wealthy, or having "walk-away-from-it-all money" - means that you don't have to depend on a salary. once you reach financial independence, you no longer need to work for a living. so, if you've always wanted to give up your job in marketing a






pm: snp 'tunnel vision' over independence 'deeply regrettable'


theresa may has accused the snp of having "tunnel vision" after nicola sturgeon said she will ask for a second referendum on scottish independence.the prime minister told the bbc's ben wright the decision sets scotland on a course for "more uncertainly and division" at a time when evidence suggests the majority of scottish people do not want a second vote.scottish independence: nicola sturgeon to seek second referendumindyref2: your questions answered






scottish independence support 'at highest ever level'


image copyrightpasupport for scottish independence is at its highest-ever level, according to an academic study. but the scottish social attitudes survey also suggested the popularity of the european union has fallen. the researchers said this suggested focusing on eu membership may not be the best way to swing more voters towards independence. the survey has asked the same question about how scotland should be governed every year since 1999.it was carried out by scotcen social research and has been published two days after first minister nicola sturgeon confirmed she wants to ask the uk government for permission to hold a second referendum on scottish independence.ms sturgeon says the brexit vote has left scotland at a crossroads, with an independence referendum needed to allow the countr






scottish independence support 'at highest ever level'


image copyrightpasupport for scottish independence is at its highest-ever level, according to an academic study. but the scottish social attitudes survey also suggested the popularity of the european union has fallen. the researchers said this suggested focusing on eu membership may not be the best way to swing more voters towards independence. the survey has asked the same question about how scotland should be governed every year since 1999.it was carried out by scotcen social research and has been published two days after first minister nicola sturgeon confirmed she wants to ask the uk government for permission to hold a second referendum on scottish independence.ms sturgeon says the brexit vote has left scotland at a crossroads, with an independence referendum needed to allow the countr






scottish independence support 'at highest ever level'


image copyrightgetty imagesimage caption scotland voted to stay in the uk by 55% to 45% in the 2014 independence referendum support for scottish independence is at its highest-ever level, according to an academic study. but the scottish social attitudes survey also suggested the popularity of the european union had fallen. the researchers said this suggested focusing on eu membership may not be the best way to swing more voters towards independence. the survey has asked the same question about how scotland should be governed every year since 1999.it was carried out by scotcen social research and has been published two days after first minister nicola sturgeon confirmed she wants to ask the uk government for permission to hold a second referendum on scottish independence.ms sturgeon says th






scottish leader nicola sturgeon takes campaign for independence to america


nicola sturgeon will discuss the issue of independence in a speech at stanford university.       






spanish unionists rally against catalonia's separatist push


barcelona, spain — a few thousand people have rallied in barcelona to protest the regional catalan government's push to break away from the rest of spain.several protesters carried spanish flags and signs saying "stop the coup" — a reference to the regional government's plan to hold a referendum on independence, which spain says is unconstitutional.jose domingo of the pro-union catalan civil society group says independence would "only bring disaster."separatist sentiment has surged in recent years in spain's industrialized northeastern region of catalonia, where the catalan language is spoken along with spanish. polls consistently show the 7.5 million catalans are equally divided on independence but a majority supports a referendum. the pro-independence camp has mounted huge rallies in rec






woman strikes police car near u.s. capitol, taken into custody


a 20-year-old woman who authorities said nearly struck police officers as she fled an attempted traffic stop outside the u.s. capitol grounds wednesday morning, prompting police to fire at her vehicle, has been charged with numerous crimes.authorities identified the woman as taleah everett and said she had no fixed address. records shows she may have an address in washington, d.c., and relatives in prince george's county, md., who could not be reached wednesday.police said everett was charged with seven counts of assault on a police officer, two counts of destruction of property, fleeing, leaving the scene of an accident and lacking a valid driver's permit. she is expected to appear in court thursday.no one was hit by the gunfire during the rush-hour incident, police said. the shooting is






army: explosion at ammunition plant in missouri kills 1


the u.s. army says an explosion at an ammunition plant in independence, missouri, has left one person dead and three others injured.the army joint munitions command says the explosion happened tuesday at the lake city army ammunition plant in independence. a spokeswoman says no further information was immediately available.the plant manufactures small-caliber ammunition and operates the north atlantic treaty organization test center. it sits on 3,935 acres in independence.






8 wounded in sunday shootings, including 2 women


eight people were wounded sunday in shootings in the city.in the latest attack, about 6:15 p.m. in the 7000 block of south indiana avenue in the park manor neighborhood, a 25-year-old man was shot in the chest, police said.he was taken to stroger hospital where he was listed in serious condition.check back for details.about 3:45 p.m., a man in his 20s was driving a vehicle when he was shot in the 10200 block of south princeton avenue in the city's fernwood neighborhood on the far south side, police and fire officials said.the victim, who crashed a short distance away, was taken to advocate christ medical center in oak lawn in critical condition, according to chicago fire department chief juan hernandez.police earlier said the shooting happened in the 10300 block of south wentworth avenue.a






do voters in scotland want a second referendum?


image copyrightpatwo important questions arise from nicola sturgeon's announcement that she will seek a second independence referendum.first, do voters in scotland want a second referendum? and second, how might they vote if an independence referendum were to be held any time soon?during recent months, a number of polls have asked people in a variety of different ways whether there should be a second independence referendum within the next couple of years.they have all obtained much the same answer. around a half say there should not be, while between a third and two-fifths say there should.most recently, for example, a poll conducted by bmg research published in monday's herald newspaper found that 39% believe that another referendum should be held prior to the conclusion of the brexit ne






british pm may says preserving union a prime goal


london — prime minister theresa may has told her conservative party's scottish conference that preserving the unity of the united kingdom is a key objective of her government.she warned in glasgow friday that the scottish national party's focus on gaining independence for scotland had become an obsession.the prime minister told her supporters that the snp led by nicola sturgeon suffers from "tunnel-vision nationalism which focuses only on independence at any cost".sturgeon has indicated she may push for a second referendum on scottish independence because of scottish opposition to britain leaving the european union. she says the may government has not listened to compromise proposals to maintain eu ties.may said there is "no economic case for breaking up the united kingdom."scottish voters






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polisario: morocco must accept western sahara independence


united nations — the polisario front independence movement in western sahara says morocco must recognize the region as independent now that it has rejoined the african union and accepted the organization's principles.the front says morocco could face sanctions or even requests to leave the au if it doesn't accept western sahara independence.ahmed boukhari, the front's u.n. representative, said tuesday that the movement will be watching what morocco does between now and the next au summit in july.deputy foreign minister nasser bourita of morocco told the website le desk on feb. 5 that his country will "never recognize" western sahara's independence.au leaders admitted morocco at a summit jan. 31. morocco left the au's predecessor, the organization of african unity, in 1984 to protest wester






scottish leader: 'common sense' says 2018 independence vote


london — scotland's pro-independence leader says the country could make a second bid for independence within 18 months to avoid being dragged out of the european union with the rest of the united kingdom.first minister nicola sturgeon said in comments broadcast thursday that fall 2018 is "the common sense time" to hold a referendum, "if that is the road we choose to go down."she insisted that no decision has been made about whether to ask scottish voters for a mandate for independence.sturgeon, who leads the pro-independence scottish national party, has complained bitterly about britain's decision to withdraw from the european union. overall, britain voted by a margin of 52 to 48 percent last year to quit the 28-nation bloc — but voters in scotland voted by 62 percent to 38 percent to stay






seattle’s fourth of july party in 1899 was grand — but you should have seen the


the city’s independence day celebration in 1898 drew a huge downtown crowd, excited by news of a victory the day before for the u.s. navy in the spanish-american war.the reader will easily note that, with few exceptions, the lineup of seattle police on the north side of yesler way between second and third avenues is looking east at a long parade float that is either crossing yesler way or resting in its intersection with third avenue.the banner that runs the length of the float names the sponsor, the “national brotherhood of electrical workers.” the flip side of at least one of the four museum of history & industry prints covering this independence day scene holds a typewritten sticker that reads, “taken july 4, 1898, before the spanish-american war veterans returned. picture made in front






i-94, snelling avenue drivers, get ready for more lane and ramp closures startin


getting to work or to monday's twins opener at target field will be more challenging than usual for drivers who use i-94 through brooklyn center and minneapolis as road work swings in to high gear with more lane and ramp closures set to take effect.a new construction project also begins on snelling avenue near the state fairgrounds, which will have only one lane in both directions from larpenteur avenue to como avenue.starting monday, eastbound i-94 will be reduced to two lanes between 53rd avenue and dowling avenue with one lane closed from dowling down to 7th street. at the same time, ramps from 49th avenue to eastbound 94 and the hennepin/lyndale ramp to eastbound i-94 also will close. the ramp closures will be in place for about two weeks.on monday, westbound 94 drivers will find the l






7 wounded in sunday shootings, including 2 women


seven people were wounded sunday in shootings in the city.in the latest attack, about 3:45 p.m., a man in his 20s was driving a vehicle when he was shot in the 10200 block of south princeton avenue in the city's fernwood neighborhood on the far south side, police and fire officials said.the victim, who crashed a short distance away, was taken to advocate christ medical center in oak lawn in critical condition, according to chicago fire department chief juan hernandez.police earlier said the shooting happened in the 10300 block of south wentworth avenue.about 3:20 p.m., 39-year-old man was seated in a vehicle in the 9100 block of south mackinaw avenue when someone inside a gray van shot him, police said.the 39-year-old, who suffered a gunshot wound to the chest, was taken to advocate christ






british, scottish leaders to meet amid independence dispute


london — british prime minister theresa may is meeting scotland's leader for the first time since they faced off in a struggle over a new push for scottish independence as the u.k. leaves the european union.may is due to meet first minister nicola sturgeon, days after sturgeon demanded a referendum on scottish independence to be held within two years. may has rejected that timetable.may is due to give a speech monday promising stronger powers for scotland, wales and northern ireland and saying she will never allow "our union to become looser and weaker, or our people to drift apart."may is touring the u.k. before triggering the eu exit process. on wednesday, she will invoke article 50 of the eu's key treaty, starting a two-year countdown to brexit.






scotland's leader seeks new independence referendum | scotland news


scottish first minister said she would demand a new scottish independence referendum to be held in late 2018 or early 2019, once the terms of britain's exit from the european union have become clear.british prime minister theresa may is poised to launch the two-year process of taking the country out of the eu.sturgeon said may has so far refused to compromise with scotland over brexit and that it is important for scotland to take active steps to protect its interests as britain prepared to trigger its departure from the eu.scottish voters rejected independence in a 2014 referendum, but sturgeon said that the uk's decision to leave the eu had brought about a "material change or circumstances."source: news agencies






pm says brexit plan to 'strengthen union' ahead of sturgeon meeting


image caption theresa may has said now is not the time for another referendum on scottish independence theresa may will meet nicola sturgeon in scotland later for the first time since the snp announced their proposals for a second independence referendum.at the beginning of a week that will see article 50 triggered on wednesday, the pm will say she wants to "build a more united nation".mrs may has said "now is not the time" for a scottish independence referendum, as the brexit process is due to begin.meanwhile, labour is due to outline its brexit negotiation demands later.the prime minister has travelled to scotland the day before the scottish parliament is expected to pass a vote in favour of seeking a new scottish independence referendum - which ms sturgeon wants to hold in autumn 2018 o






newspaper headlines: reaction to independence referendum


image caption the times carries an opinion poll that suggests scottish voters are opposed to independence by a 14-point margin. the yougov survey found that 57% of voters backed staying inside the uk and 43% wanted independence. the times remarks that support for staying in the united kingdom is at its strongest for well over two years. image caption the daily telegraph says scottish first minister nicola sturgeon's referendum plans were "unravelling" as it emerged that she would abandon the scottish national party's policy of rejoining the european union immediately after a vote for independence. this is because it would put off those who voted for independence in 2014 but wanted to leave the eu in the referendum in 2016, explains the telegraph. image caption the guardian interviews the s






newspaper headlines: reaction to independence referendum


image caption the times carries an opinion poll that suggests scottish voters are opposed to independence by a 14-point margin. the yougov survey found that 57% of voters backed staying inside the uk and 43% wanted independence. the times remarks that support for staying in the united kingdom is at its strongest for well over two years. image caption the daily telegraph says scottish first minister nicola sturgeon's referendum plans were "unravelling" as it emerged that she would abandon the scottish national party's policy of rejoining the european union immediately after a vote for independence. this is because it would put off those who voted for independence in 2014 but wanted to leave the eu in the referendum in 2016, explains the telegraph. image caption the guardian interviews the s






newspaper headlines: reaction to independence referendum


image caption the times carries an opinion poll that suggests scottish voters are opposed to independence by a 14-point margin. the yougov survey found that 57% of voters backed staying inside the uk and 43% wanted independence. the times remarks that support for staying in the united kingdom is at its strongest for well over two years. image caption the daily telegraph says scottish first minister nicola sturgeon's referendum plans were "unravelling" as it emerged that she would abandon the scottish national party's policy of rejoining the european union immediately after a vote for independence. this is because it would put off those who voted for independence in 2014 but wanted to leave the eu in the referendum in 2016, explains the telegraph. image caption the guardian interviews the s






newspaper headlines: reaction to independence referendum


image caption the times carries an opinion poll that suggests scottish voters are opposed to independence by a 14-point margin. the yougov survey found that 57% of voters backed staying inside the uk and 43% wanted independence. the times remarks that support for staying in the united kingdom is at its strongest for well over two years. image caption the daily telegraph says scottish first minister nicola sturgeon's referendum plans were "unravelling" as it emerged that she would abandon the scottish national party's policy of rejoining the european union immediately after a vote for independence. this is because it would put off those who voted for independence in 2014 but wanted to leave the eu in the referendum in 2016, explains the telegraph. image caption the guardian interviews the s






newspaper headlines: reaction to independence referendum


image caption the times carries an opinion poll that suggests scottish voters are opposed to independence by a 14-point margin. the yougov survey found that 57% of voters backed staying inside the uk and 43% wanted independence. the times remarks that support for staying in the united kingdom is at its strongest for well over two years. image caption the daily telegraph says scottish first minister nicola sturgeon's referendum plans were "unravelling" as it emerged that she would abandon the scottish national party's policy of rejoining the european union immediately after a vote for independence. this is because it would put off those who voted for independence in 2014 but wanted to leave the eu in the referendum in 2016, explains the telegraph. image caption the guardian interviews the s






newspaper headlines: reaction to independence referendum


image caption the times carries an opinion poll that suggests scottish voters are opposed to independence by a 14-point margin. the yougov survey found that 57% of voters backed staying inside the uk and 43% wanted independence. the times remarks that support for staying in the united kingdom is at its strongest for well over two years. image caption the daily telegraph says scottish first minister nicola sturgeon's referendum plans were "unravelling" as it emerged that she would abandon the scottish national party's policy of rejoining the european union immediately after a vote for independence. this is because it would put off those who voted for independence in 2014 but wanted to leave the eu in the referendum in 2016, explains the telegraph. image caption the guardian interviews the s






newspaper headlines: reaction to independence referendum


image caption the times carries an opinion poll that suggests scottish voters are opposed to independence by a 14-point margin. the yougov survey found that 57% of voters backed staying inside the uk and 43% wanted independence. the times remarks that support for staying in the united kingdom is at its strongest for well over two years. image caption the daily telegraph says scottish first minister nicola sturgeon's referendum plans were "unravelling" as it emerged that she would abandon the scottish national party's policy of rejoining the european union immediately after a vote for independence. this is because it would put off those who voted for independence in 2014 but wanted to leave the eu in the referendum in 2016, explains the telegraph. image caption the guardian interviews the s






i-94, snelling drivers, get ready for more lane, ramp closures today


getting to work or to monday's twins opener at target field will be more challenging than usual for drivers who use i-94 through brooklyn center and minneapolis as road work swings in to high gear with more lane and ramp closures set to take effect.a new construction project also begins on snelling avenue near the state fairgrounds, which will have only one lane in both directions from larpenteur avenue to como avenue.starting monday, eastbound i-94 will be reduced to two lanes between 53rd avenue and dowling avenue with one lane closed from dowling down to 7th street. at the same time, ramps from 49th avenue to eastbound 94 and the hennepin/lyndale ramp to eastbound i-94 also will close. the ramp closures will be in place for about two weeks.on monday, westbound 94 drivers will find the l






i-94, snelling drivers, get ready for more lane, ramp closures today


getting to work or to monday's twins opener at target field will be more challenging than usual for drivers who use i-94 through brooklyn center and minneapolis as road work swings in to high gear with more lane and ramp closures set to take effect.a new construction project also begins on snelling avenue near the state fairgrounds, which will have only one lane in both directions from larpenteur avenue to como avenue.starting monday, eastbound i-94 will be reduced to two lanes between 53rd avenue and dowling avenue with one lane closed from dowling down to 7th street. at the same time, ramps from 49th avenue to eastbound 94 and the hennepin/lyndale ramp to eastbound i-94 also will close. the ramp closures will be in place for about two weeks.on monday, westbound 94 drivers will find the l






pm says brexit plan to 'strengthen union' ahead of sturgeon meeting


image caption theresa may has said now is not the time for another referendum on scottish independence theresa may will meet nicola sturgeon in scotland later for the first time since the snp announced their proposals for a second independence referendum.at the beginning of a week that will see article 50 triggered on wednesday, the pm will say she wants to "build a more united nation".mrs may has said "now is not the time" for a scottish independence referendum, as the brexit process is due to begin.meanwhile, labour is due to outline its brexit negotiation demands later.the prime minister is travelling to scotland the day before the scottish parliament is expected to pass a vote in favour of seeking a new scottish independence referendum - which ms sturgeon wants to hold in autumn 2018 o






scottish independence: nicola sturgeon to seek second referendum


media captionnicola sturgeon says a second independence referendum will be called between autumn 2018 and spring 2019nicola sturgeon has confirmed she will ask for permission to hold a second referendum on scottish independence. ms sturgeon said she wanted a vote to be held between the autumn of 2018 and the spring of the following year. that would coincide with the expected conclusion of the uk's brexit negotiations.the scottish first minister said the move was needed to protect scottish interests in the wake of the uk voting to leave the eu. she said she would ask the scottish parliament next week to request a section 30 order from westminster.the order would be needed to allow a fresh legally-binding referendum on independence to be held.prime minister theresa may has so far avoided say






scottish independence: nicola sturgeon to seek second referendum


media captionnicola sturgeon says a second independence referendum will be called between autumn 2018 and spring 2019nicola sturgeon has confirmed she will ask for permission to hold a second referendum on scottish independence. ms sturgeon said she wanted a vote to be held between the autumn of 2018 and the spring of the following year. that would coincide with the expected conclusion of the uk's brexit negotiations.the scottish first minister said the move was needed to protect scottish interests in the wake of the uk voting to leave the eu. she will ask the scottish parliament next tuesday to request a section 30 order from westminster.the order would be needed to allow a fresh legally-binding referendum on independence to be held.prime minister theresa may has so far avoided saying whe






scottish independence: nicola sturgeon to seek second referendum


media captionnicola sturgeon says a second independence referendum will be called between autumn 2018 and spring 2019nicola sturgeon has confirmed she will ask for permission to hold a second referendum on scottish independence. ms sturgeon said she wanted a vote to be held between the autumn of 2018 and the spring of the following year. that would coincide with the expected conclusion of the uk's brexit negotiations.the scottish first minister said the move was needed to protect scottish interests in the wake of the uk voting to leave the eu. she will ask the scottish parliament next tuesday to request a section 30 order from westminster.the order would be needed to allow a fresh legally-binding referendum on independence to be held.prime minister theresa may has so far avoided saying whe






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