Nicola Sturgeon Looks For A Plan B For Independent Scotland

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Scotland cannot hold an independence referendum without the consent of the UK government, the UK’s Supreme Court ruled on Wednesday. “A lawfully held referendum would have important political consequences relating to the Union and United Kingdom Parliament,” noted Supreme Court President Lord Reed. “The Scottish parliament does not have the power to legislate for a referendum on Scottish independence, ” he ruled. Reacting to the judgment that Scotland cannot hold the second independence referendum without the consent of the UK government, Nicola Sturgeon said she was disappointed by the decisi…

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