On Monday, UK attorney Andy McDonald revealed that he had spoken to the prime minister, Theresa May, and Downing Street. Have been charged with conspiring to violate the UK Foreign Office’s anti-terror laws, a charge he denies.
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Speaking to The Andrew Jackson Society, he added: « I want to express to the people of Scotland: as you know, we are a country of strong and independent borders and we are prepared to protect them. »
Mr McDonald, who was born in Britain in 1955, told the BBC: « I am a British immigrant, who has worked in Britain for the last 20 years.