Nicola Sturgeon says ‘Scottish democracy cannot be a prisoner’

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Nicola Sturgeon says she has done the “responsible thing” by asking the Supreme Court to rule on a second Scottish independence referendum.

She told Sky’s Kay Burley the UK government was taking Scotland “in the wrong direction”, as she laid out her plan for Scottish independence.

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