The British Prime Minister Theresa May announced " now is not the time for second independence referendum." May haven’t not specified, if she excludes a possibility of passing another referendum in the future, reports BBC.
This week, the First Minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon announced, that she will submit a request to the Parliament for holding the second referendum on the independence, since the majority of the Scots opposed the Brexit and expressed a wish to stay in the European Union.
According to May, that vote would be unfair, unless the further relationship between the Britain and the EU are specified. It means, that people do not have complete information for decision making.
The Prime Minister stressed that the country instead of seeking for separation "must work together”. On Thursday Queen Elizabeth 2nd signed a bill of launching the Brexit.