Theresa May Is Set To Meet With Nicola Sturgeon After Blocking A Second Referendum On Scottish Independence; What YOU Need To Know
The Scottish First Minister is set on having a second referendum on Scottish Independence from the UK as Britain moves ahead with plans to exit the EU. Do you think Sturgeon will get the job done?
Nicola Sturgeon and Theresa May are set to have a sit down before the Edinburgh Parliament opens its' session
More tea, Vicar?
Their topic of conversation? A second referendum on Scottish Independence...
Sturgeon has promised that her goal is to give Scotland it's own choice with regards to Brexit
Sturgeon and May have been at odds since May, the British Prime Minister, has said that there won't be a second referendum until May of 2019, according to May's timetable that would be after the UK has left the EU.
This would deny Scotland the chance to remain in the EU.
“They are happy to see power rest in Brussels. But if those powers come back to London, they want them given to Edinburgh - so that they can try to give them back to Brussels,”
Should Scotland have another referendum?
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