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Scottish election 2021: Sturgeon rules out ‘wildcat’ indyref2 vote – BBC News

The SNP leader denies claims she could seek to hold an “illegal” referendum if her party wins a majority.

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media captionThe leaders of Scotland’s larger parties debated the country’s constitutional future ahead of polling day
Nicola Sturgeon has denied that she could hold a wildcat referendum on independence if the SNP wins a majority in Thursday’s Holyrood election.
Ms Sturgeon was speaking as she came under attack from Scottish Conservative leader Douglas Ross in a televised BBC Scotland leaders’ debate.
Mr Ross claimed that the SNP would hold an “illegal” referendum if the prime minister refused to…

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