Boris Johnson’s trip to Scotland to sell the benefits of the Union is a challenging but essential mission for the prime minister

© PANeither leader could have imagined the challenges they would face within months of Boris Johnson's first visit to Scotland as prime minister in July 2019. But Nicola Sturgeon is commonly regarded to have handled the coronavirus crisis better than Mr Johnson — increasing concerns in Number 10 that Scotland's appetite for independence may be increasing.
Neither leader could have imagined the challenges they would face within months of Boris Johnson's first visit to Scotland as prime minister in July 2019. But Nicola Sturgeon is commonly regarded to have handled the coronavirus crisis better than Mr Johnson — increasing concerns in Number 10 that Scotland's appetite for independence may be increasing.

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