Scottish Parliament Suspends Debate On Independence Referendum After Westminster Attack

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Scottish Parliament Suspends Debate On Independence Referendum After Westminster Attack

On account of the UK Parliament attack, Scotland's parliament suspended its debate.

EDINBURGH:  Scotland's parliament suspended its debate on authorising the government to seek a new independence referendum after Wednesday's attack on Britain's Houses of Parliament which police said they were treating as a terrorist incident.

The suspension was announced by the speaker of Holyrood, Ken Macintosh, after a policeman was stabbed, an assailant shot and several people injured in London.


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