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Scotland: Between two unions

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Scotland's first minister Nicola Sturgeon and UK prime minister Theresa May, outside Bute House in Edinburgh, July 2016.
Scotland's first minister Nicola Sturgeon and UK prime minister Theresa May, outside Bute House in Edinburgh, July 2016. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne

In 2014, 55 percent of Scottish voters rejected independence and chose to stay part of the United Kingdom – one of the main reasons: Scotland would have automatically lost its membership of the European Union if it became a sovereign nation. Two years later, in a wicked plot twist, 62 percent of Scotland-based voters rejected Brexit but the UK as a whole voted to leave.As we approach the first of the new deadline dates for Brexit, Assa Samaké-Roman reports from north of the border.Click the 'play' button above to listen 

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