Wherever you stand on the big issues of the day – such as Brexit and independence – there can be little doubt that Scotland’s politics is diverging from those of the rest of the UK.
This has been seen over a range of markers – from the outcome of the EU referendum to last week’s general election.
Then, Scots overwhelmingly backed the SNP by giving the party 48 out of 59 parliamentary seats, whereas down south the Tories broke through into former Labour heartlands and secured a commanding majority.
The election has led to renewed calls for a second independence referendum.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says that the election result shows there is a mandate for one.
That is why we’re asking: after the 2019 general election results, should Scotland have another independence referendum?
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After the 2019 general election results, should Scotland have another independence referendum?