@derwinmcgeary you'd think with all the shenanigans down in Westminster, and the demolition of the social contract down south, this would be in the bag 🙄.
@onepict I would hope so, but it's also just going to get rancorous and nasty, and I'm expecting the same kind of foreign interference as we had for Brexit but on the side of indy, which is going to be hard to disavow and deal with cleanly.
Would love a good result, but I can't say I'm looking forward to the process.
Grassroots campaigning got the pre vote poles from low figures to 45 percent.
Looking at local elections and the last general election also shows there's more of an appitite.
Scotland also voted in favour of the EU, yet another vote, where Scotland votes for one thing but is outvoted by RUK.
But it does need various indy factions to work together.
@argentum @derwinmcgeary well I decided I wanted to move to France for personal reasons, we also wanted to live in Europe so we moved just before Brexit as freedom of movement is important to myself and my partner.
There's also more investment in FOSS and the next generation internet now. Whereas in the UK there's a certain way of doing things and knowing people and structures. The EU isn't perfect, but it feels more like its changing.
argentum.social is my little corner of the fediverse