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Reluctant Canada and UK Citizens Talk Brexit

A woman holds up a placard at a demonstration by Pro EU campaigners outside the Scottish Parliament ahead of a debate on the EU Referendum result and the implications for Scotland, in Edinburgh, Scotland on June 28, 2016.
The Scottish National Party is weighing another referendum on Scotland separating from the U.K. after the “leave” side won last week’s Brexit referendum. (ANDY BUCHANAN/AFP/Getty)
A woman holds up a placard at a demonstration by Pro EU campaigners outside the Scottish Parliament ahead of a debate on the EU Referendum result and the implications for Scotland, in Edinburgh, Scotland on June 28, 2016. The Scottish National Party is weighing another referendum on Scotland separating from the U.K. after the “leave” side won last week’s Brexit referendum. (ANDY BUCHANAN/AFP/Getty)

News Analysis Secession is a serpentine word, threatening and mysterious, though alluring to those who see sovereignty as the path to self-determination. A slim majority in...




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