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Scotland and Its Efforts for Independence in the Course of History and Today

Maturitní práce, Anglický jazyk, 2012/2013, Jakub Liška
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Transcript of Scotland and Its Efforts for Independence in the Course of History and Today

Gymnázium Vincence Makovského
se sportovními třídami
Nové Město na Moravě
Scotland and Its Efforts for
Independence in the Course of
History and Today

Maturitní práce, Anglický jazyk
Jakub Liška
Nové Město na Moravě 2012/13

hank you
for your attention
The Unique Identity
The History of Scotland
The Independence Today?
Climate,
Surface
People
Church of
Scotland
The Thistle,
The Stone of
Destiny
First People
7,000 BC

century
Roman Invasion
Vikings,
the Kingdom of Alba
80 AD
William Wallace,
Robert Bruce,
Declaration of Abroath
The Act of Union
1707
Scottish Home
Rule Bill
1913
1999
Oil in the North Sea,
Independence Referendum
New Parliament
1970s
The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Today
th
9

century
13, 14
th
th
Kilts, Tribes,
Highland Games,
Bagpipes
Scottish National Party won election (2011)
an October 2014 referendum
Independence
Devo plus
Status quo
for
against
a sovereign nation
“our taxes, our money“
oil supplies
economically independent (current account surplus)
own transport, healthcare, ...
different political opinions
interdependence
not so strong in international issues
financial risks
common army
historical union
links between families
job opportunities
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