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it was a stark warning exit the e. u. and they'll be trouble bluntly i believe that the groundswell of anger amongst many ordinary people in scotland in the circumstances could produce a clamor for another independence referendum that may well be unstoppable , nicholas sturgeon was speaking as an event in brussels but her warning was aimed fervently london scotland's first minister king to highlight the differences between her government stands and that of david cameron's , the british prime minister was on a whistle stop tour of e. u. states last week , to drum up support for a campaign to change that you case ties with the block all this ahead of an in out referendum has been promised before the end of twenty seventeen , sturgeon though wants to stay put and now wants the referendum to depend on a so called double majority where an exit would need the majority support of not just the u. k. but england wales scotland and northern ireland too so i think you key is as we are told are , family of nations where each one highs inequality of status then , nobody should be able to dictate to anybody else cameron has previously ruled out a scottish feature but a surge of support for sturgeon's esempi certainly got him listening before toward scotland thinks , the prime minister making a trip to edinburgh soon after the election this warning of another independence vote could well get him listening again