Why the majority of Scots would, despite its flaws, vote to keep the monarchy

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Why the majority of Scots would, despite its flaws, vote to keep the monarchy

THE Jacobite rebellions in the 18th century naturally fed fears that Scots were not assimilating fast enough into the Union with England of 1707. After the final defeat of Bonnie Prince Charlie at Culloden in 1746, a peculiar fashion arose for omitting from all public statements any mention of Scotland, and using North Britain instead.

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Why the majority of Scots would, despite its flaws, vote to keep the monarchy