Sturgeon in new Brexit swipe as she claims Scots will make INFORMED decision in referendum
The Scottish first minister claimed the SNP’s 2014 referendum defeat was a “very positive experience” and will be used as a springboard for a future vote.
A majority of Scots voted to remain part of Brussels’ European project in the historic EU referendum, and Ms Sturgeon has said they should get the chance to decide their future when Britain’s destination outside the bloc becomes clear.
She won the backing of lawmakers in Holyrood, but was told by Theresa May the UK will be negotiating as one nation, denying to offer the SNP any timetable for their independence referendum.
During a speech at the Political Studies Association’s annual conference in Glasgow, Ms Sturgeon said: “We want to ensure that the next referendum on independence gives people the information they need to come to a considered judgement.”