For Brussels, Scotland has become the good Europeans, England and Wales the bad.
Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon addresses the audience at the Residence Palace in Brussels on June 2, 2015. Virginia Mayo /Press Association. All rights reserved.As the UK descends into extraordinary political and economic chaos, with no political leadership visible anywhere in Westminster, what are theoptions for Scotland to stay in the European Union or at least as integrated with it as possible?
This referendum manifested a profound disrespect for democracy, in the way it was called, in the way the decision thresholds were framed, and in the way the campaign itself was conducted.