Because Scotland refused to be ruled by England.
Scotland borders England so it depends which part of Scotland and which part of England.
If you are meaning the war in 1296, Scotland won. Many debate about how Scotland won the war, mainly due to good tactics and luck.There was many wars between Scotland and England, some were won by Scotland and most were won by England. The final war was won by England which called a conference between the 3 kingdoms: Ireland, Scotland and England. In this meeting both Ireland and Scotland declared England as the dominant country of the United Kingdom leaving the Queen in charge of the United Kingdom. Scotland was thrown into huge debt and rebelion which led to this conference taking place.
No time at all - England and Scotland share a land border.
Because England wanted to occupy and rule Scotland, by force if need be. Scotland didn't want that. So the two countries went to war.
yes there was
France, Ireland, Scotland, England.
How Long ???
Great Britain wasn't always just England, Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland. Scotland never wanted to become Great Britain. Scotland had war with England and Wales. England won, so Scotland would have to stay Great Britain.
Glastonbury is in Somerset, England. It is not in Scotland.
Britain and Scotland have never been at war, Scotland is part of the United Kingdom of Britain along with Northern Ireland, Wales and England
The Wars of Independence.
The river Avon isn't in Scotland ! It's in the south of England !
England would never go to war with Scotland in the first place. We both share the same army (British Army) and we are both too sensible to allow this too happen.
no,wales is to the west of england and scotland is to the north of england.
About four hours.
That depends on where you live.
About an hour.
Scotland is north of England.
Scotland and England created a union called Great Britain in 1707. England did not conquer Scotland.
During medieval times, the United Kingdom did not exist. England and Scotland were separate kingdoms, often at war with one another. England was usually more powerful than Scotland, but Scotland was sometimes allied with France.
It's the other way round. England went to war with Scotland. Robert the Bruce was trying to preserve Scotland's independence so he went to war against England.
Scotland : rangers England : Liverpool Scotland : rangers England : Liverpool