York U expert available to comment on Scotland independence vote and implications


TORONTO, Sept. 18, 2014 — York University Professor Stephen Brooke in the Department of History and an expert on the 20th century Britain — its politics, society and culture — is available to comment on the implications of an independent Scotland as Scottish voters head to the polls. He is available for media interviews on the implications it can have on the United Kingdom particularly, and other countries in general.

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