Nicola Sturgeon / Scottish / Parliamentary

"The question for the UK government is a simple one... Do they accept democracy or don't they?" Nicola Sturgeon talks about her plans for a Scottish independence referendum, which she hopes will go ahead in the first half of her Parliamentary term.

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