Just two days after Scotland voted No to independence, some Scots are already worried about the U.K. government reneging on campaign promises.
55% of Scottish voters decided that Scotland should remain in the U.K., in some cases thanks to a pledge by Britain’s top three political leaders. This letter promised that if Scots voted No to independence, the U.K. government would give more powers to the existing Scottish parliament.
So far, more than 44,000 people have signed an online petition for English politicians to stick to what they offered in the event of a No vote. But within hours of the referendum result being announced, Conservative members of parliament were already rebelling against this promise.