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Sturgeon: Independence referendum is democratic thing to do

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Sturgeon: Independence referendum is democratic thing to do

Sturgeon: Independence referendum is democratic thing to do

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says Prime Minister Boris Johnson can either "accept democracy" or "block democracy" when it comes to a second independence referendum in Scotland.

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