To revoke the Treaty of Union between Scotland and England

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The Treaty of Union  took effect on 1 May 1707. It was carried out against the wishes of the people of Scotland by a corrupt and coerced elite of Scots politicians. The Treaty of Union implies that Scotland be ruled with her consent. By denying a referendum requested by the democratically elected Scottish Parliament, the UK government has gone against this consent. It is therefore incumbent on the Scottish Parliament to draft legislation to withdraw from the Treaty of Union due to the majority accorded to pro-independence parties at both Holyrood and Westminster. Following this withdrawal, Scotland should demand recognition as a state according to international law. 



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