Calls to recount Scottish referendum votes: more than 20,000 people sign e-petition on UK government websitet

A growing number of people want a recount of the Scottish referendum. More than 20,000 signatures have been added to an e-petition posted on the British government’s own e-petition website. If it gets 100,000 signatures, it could be debated in the House of Commons.

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UPDATE (21/09/14)

More than 15,000 people have now demanded a recount of the Scottish independence referendum votes through an e-petition posted on the UK government’s e-petition website.

UPDATE (20.21 20/09/14)

The votes have been cast in the Scottish independence referendum with the no campaign declared as the winners, but thousands of people want a recount.

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Update: the above epetition has now passed 10,000 signatures. While

Further links

Time for an English parliament?

Who runs Britain after Scotland independence referendum, it’s one heck of a headache…

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