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Nicola Sturgeon: UK Government showing lack of respect for Scottish democracy

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Nicola Sturgeon: UK Government showing lack of respect for Scottish democracy

Nicola Sturgeon: UK Government showing lack of respect for Scottish democracy

Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said it would be “absurd and completely outrageous” if the UK Government went to court to block a second independence referendum.She stated: “For this to end up in court, which is not something I ever want to see, it would mean a Conservative government had refused to respect the democratic wishes of the Scottish people and the outcome of a democratic election and tried to go to the Supreme Court to overturn Scottish democracy.”


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