UK's Queen Elizabeth speaks of 'deep affection' for Scotland as she opens parliament

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Published on October 2, 2021 - Duration: 00:25s

UK's Queen Elizabeth speaks of 'deep affection' for Scotland as she opens parliament

The party of First Minister Nicola Sturgeon wants independence from Britain and, if it is ever secured, it's unclear whether the Queen would remain head of state.

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