Nicola Sturgeon makes statement after supreme court referendum ruling – watch live

Nicola sturgeon makes statement after supreme court referendum ruling – watch live

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Scottish minister Nicola Sturgeon makes a statement following the UK’s supreme court decision to not allow Scotland to hold a second referendum on independence without Westminster approval

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