- Britain's Queen Elizabeth II has to do Saturday called on time in Scotland to think calmly and to consider matters. She called on the British,, to remain calm and composed. '
She was referring probably to the problems that have arisen with the referendum on 23 June on EU membership. The referendum has shown benefit a deep division between North and South and between populations or not of globalization. Moreover, the proponents of Brexit here have no plan at all. A small majority was in favor of leaving the EU.
The queen spoke Saturday in the Scottish capital Edinburgh at the opening of the Scottish Parliament. In Scotland, 62 percent voted for EU membership. Across the country Saturday demonstrations for the EU. In London, tens of thousands of EU supporters in the leg according to British media.
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