Sturgeon rules out independence poll without UK go-ahead

Scottish first minister clarifies after deputy suggested she could call referendum without approval

Nicola Sturgeon has ruled out holding an unofficial Scottish independence referendum, after her deputy suggested she could call one without legal approval.

Video footage emerged on Thursday showing Keith Brown, the deputy leader of the Scottish National party, telling independence activists: “If we want to have a referendum, then we decide we’re going to have a referendum.”

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