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Reports shows that Russia interfered in Scottish vote, maybe Brexit too

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Reports shows that Russia interfered in Scottish vote, maybe Brexit tooLondon — Russia meddled in the 2014 Scottish referendum and the British government failed to ask for a deep assessment of possible Kremlin-directed interference in the Brexit vote, the British parliament’s intelligence and security committee said. “There has been credible, open-source commentary suggesting that Russia undertook influence campaigns in relation to the Scottish independence referendum in 2014,” the...
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News video: Russia meddled in Scottish vote, unclear on Brexit: UK parliament

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A new report casts Russia as a hostile power that poses a significant threat to the UK and the West on many fronts.

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