Could Brexit, Nationalism Affect Future European Referendums?
Last June, the United Kingdom's decision to leave the European Union – a campaign commonly called "Brexit" – was approved by almost 52% of voters.
Despite potential economic effects and concerns about nationalism across Europe, why is the U.K. planning to move forward towards an uncertain future?
In Scotland, a first referendum for independence was defeated. Could the bid find another wave of support? The Scottish Parliament votes today on whether to request a second referendum.
Guest: The Right Honourable Henry McLeish, former First Minister of Scotland and visiting professor at St. Mary's University