LONDON – Scotland should have the right to hold a new referendum on independence if the country is taken out of the European Union “against our will,” Nicola Sturgeon, the leader of the Scottish National Party (SNP), said Sunday.
Facing a British referendum on whether to stay in the EU on June 23, Sturgeon used her party’s manifesto before the election for the Scottish parliament next month to make clear that she wants another independence vote in Scotland.
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