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Scotland plans fresh vote if it is left out of Brexit talks

Nicola Sturgeon's govt seeks to forge its own path with the EU, keeping access to free trade and labour

Pro-independence campaigners will welcome the possibility of a new independence referendum, brought on by the Brexit vote just two years after the last one failed.


SCOTLAND set out its vision for remaining in Europe's single market after vowing to seek independence from the UK, should its voice be ignored in Brexit talks.

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon detailed her semi-autonomous government's red lines on keeping access to free

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