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Do you think Nicola Sturgeon would win a second Independence Referendum, separating Scotland from the UK?
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The First Minister announced she will seek approval for a second referendum, at her Bute House residence today.
Scottish Secretary David Mundell has said the Government should focus on Scotland, rather than pushing for a second independence referendum.
The Scottish Government should focus on delivering good government and public services for the people in Scotland. Politics is not a game.
The MP was responding to the First Minister's announcement that she would seek approval for a second referendum.
This is the moment Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon confirmed she will seek approval for a second independence referendum.
Kezia Dugdale, the leader of the Scottish Labour party, has said the country is "already divided enough", without the prospect of a second independence referendum.
Scotland is already divided enough. We do not want to be divided again, but that is exactly what another independence referendum would do
The leader of the Scottish Conservatives, Ruth Davidson, has responded to Nicola Sturgeon's plans to hold a second Independence Referendum.
Nicola Sturgeon has today chosen the path of further division and uncertainty. We will vote against any request for a Section 30 next week.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says border controls between England and Scotland would not be necessary, if people in Scotland were to vote for independence.
She was responding to a question from ITV Border's Political Editor Peter MacMahon.
Earlier, the First Minister had announced she will seek approval for a second independence referendum.
Nicola Sturgeon has announced she will seek approval next week for a second referendum on Scottish independence.
In a speech at her Bute House residence today, the First Minister said the UK government had not "moved even an inch for compromise" on demands to keep Scotland as a member of the EU single market.
She said she would continue to engage with the UK government to find compromise, but that with a hard Brexit likely, finding common ground was unlikely.
The First Minister also said that in her view, a second referendum should be held between Autumn 2018 and Spring 2019.