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EDINBURGH, September 18. /ITAR-TASS/. English tourists are cancelling their trips to Scotland due to the referendum on independence of the United Kigdom's northern region, English media reported on Thursday.
According to media reports, English tourists explained the cancellation of bookings with fears of possible negative attitude after the referendum, no matter if the voters say 'yes' or 'no'.
The annual ball held for staff of Balmoral, a royal residence in Scotland, has been postponed from Thursday to Friday, media reports said.
Even if Scotland votes for independence, Queen Elizabeth II will remain Queen of Scotland just as she is also queen of other British Commonwealth countries such as Canada and Australia.