Scotland’s biggest teaching union has overwhelmingly backed Scotland’s right to hold a second independence referendum.
A motion that “acknowledges the sovereign right of the people of Scotland to determine the form of government best suited to their needs” was backed by 141 delegates at the Educational Institute of Scotland’s annual meeting last week..
David Gibson, an EIS council member for Dundee, said the 41 EIS delegates who opposed the motion would “rather give Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson and other lawbreakers like Michael Gove and Matt Hancock the final say . . . rather than the people of Scotland”.