In the wake of the European elections, Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has reiterated calls for both a Scottish independence referendum and a second referendum on Britain's membership in the EU.
Sturgeon issued her latest demands during a meeting with Irish Prime Minister Leo Vardkar on Monday, one day after Nigel Farage's Brexiteers came out in the lead across the UK. From Dublin, Sturgeon predicted that a second independence referendum would allow Scotland to emerge as "an independent...
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