Update: May rejects second Scottish referendum before Brexit

Nicola Sturgeon wants 'IndyRef2' as early as next year

Daniel Flynn
Photo: Policy Exchange/Flickr

Photo: Policy Exchange/Flickr

Prime Minister Theresa May has said Scotland will have to wait until the next election in 2021 before triggering another independence referendum, saying the Scottish public must see how Brexit plays out before being offered the choice.

Earlier this week, news emerged Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon was calling for a second referendum on Scottish independence as early as between autumn 2018 and spring 2019. Sturgeon said...

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