Nicola Sturgeon has announced that a second Scottish Independence referendum will be held - most likely in 2018. The Brexit process commencement is expected, possibly tomorrow.
Given that a very high majority of Scots voted against Brexit and that the British Government has according to Sturgeon made no concessions to Scotland's separate wishes and rights to be informed, there is an issue that may mean a different outcome to the previous vote.
Enda Kenny's announcement of a referendum in Ireland regarding a mickey-mouse right for people in the North to vote in the Irish Presidential elections is clearly an attempt to befog and distract from the real Brexit issues in classic FG style.
The Scottish vote puts the pressure back on. The break up of the UK as well as the EU is on the agenda.