Scotland Could Hold Second Independence Referendum – First Minister

Scotland’s First Minister has warned she isn’t bluffing about the prospect of a second independence referendum for the country.

Nicola Sturgeon has told the BBC she’s prepared to call a fresh vote if the terms for leaving the EU aren’t right.

She’s hinted there could be a vote within five years if there’s a so-called “hard Brexit” – which means leaving the European single market.

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