Actually, people in Scotland only vote for their regional parliament on Thursday. But there is much more to it. Also about the future of Boris Johnson.
The fight for freedom begins in front of a betting office right next to a kebab shop. Angus Robertson wears jeans and white sneakers, and the 51-year-old has slipped a neon yellow vest over his down jacket. “Stronger for Scotland” is written on the chest. Robertson literally shines in the gray drizzle of Edinburgh this Wednesday evening. He walks through the streets with quick steps, rings his doorbell through confusable blocks and pushes leaflets through the mail slots on every floor. “Please vote,” he calls out to the few passers-by he meets, and gives his thumbs up.