When I was a child, Scotland voted to remain in the European Union
Scotland voted against remaining in the EU, as the Scottish government prepared to make its case for independence at the United Nations.
But it was an unprecedented move.
For many, it was the first time they’d ever voted for independence.
We’re looking back on how it went down.
Scotland voted overwhelmingly to remain within the European community, and the result was a shock to the system.
Recode’s Robert Kyncl takes a look at the aftermath and what went right.
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