The possibility of a second independence referendum will be determined by the end of 2018, the Scottish first minister Nicola Sturgeon told the BBC on Sunday.
The timing would allow the Scottish people to vote prior to the UK’s exit from the European Union in March 2019. Theresa May’s government has consistently accused the SNP of undermining the Brexit vote.
Although the Scottish National Party (SNP) came first in June’s 2017 elections in Scotland, the party lost 21 seats to Labour, the Lib...
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