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Scottish sovereignty and the union of 1707: Then and now

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This article discusses the history of Scottish sovereignty as a component of Scottish identity. The argument is that certain aspects of Scottish sovereignty were preserved by the union, and that these have often remained latent until the devolution settlement. The new political landscape in the UK has contributed to a redevelopment of ideas of British parliamentary sovereignty, which have served to render these elements of preserved Scottish sovereignty active, and this new state of affairs is reflected in the findings of the Calman Commission. In this context, what is independence?
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Keywords: Calman; Scotland; independence; sovereignty; union

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: College of Arts,University of Glasgow, Scotland, UK

Publication date: 2012-03-01

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