Nicola Sturgeon: Nato would be ‘cornerstone’ of independent Scotland

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Nicola Sturgeon: Nato would be ‘cornerstone’ of independent Scotland. First Minister Nicola Sturgeon reaffirmed her party’s commitment to joining the alliance if Scotland leaves the UK on the same day Scottish Greens co-leader – and Scottish Government minister – Patrick Harvie said his party was opposed to membership.

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