Why the SNP’s win is still a problem for Boris Johnson even though no overall majority | Analysis

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    A “prisoner of her party” Ms Sturgeon has no choice to demand another referendum on independence from Boris Johnson, says Tom Harris. Watch the video for his full analysis on why Ms Sturgeon still poses problems for the Prime Minister. 

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