Nicola Sturgeon: Blocking referendum in court would be ‘absurd and completely outrageous’

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  • The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Nicola Sturgeon: Blocking referendum in court would be ‘absurd and completely outrageous'” – below is their description.

    Boris Johnson has sought to capitalise on Nicola Sturgeon’s failure to win an outright majority by inviting her to a summit to save the union.

    The Prime Minister wrote to the Scottish First Minister, as well as Mark Drakeford, the Welsh First Minister, saying they need to show “spirit of unity and cooperation” and concentrate on repairing the economy.

    Ms Sturgeon immediately called for another independence referendum claiming it was “the will of the country”, despite failing to win a clear majority for the SNP.

    She told The Andrew Marr show that it would be “absurd and completely outrageous” for the government to try and block a referendum in court.

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