The main sticking point is that post-Brexit, the EU Withdrawal Bill moves powers to Westminster that should default to Holyrood.
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The good news is, holding indyref2 this Scottish Parliamentary term is still a possibility and still firmly part of Nicola Sturgeon’s plans.
You can draw your own conclusions about what Nicola Sturgeon revealed about Kezia Dugdale, but saying Sturgeon wants the Tories to win is crazy.
Strong and Stable: If you compare their performances in the Andrew Neil leadership interviews then it is clear that May is weaker than Sturgeon.
Sturgeon has been as clear as she can be about her indyref2 plan. The UK should formally reply to her request before Sturgeon makes her next step.
In this 2 minute video, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon explains why it is unsustainable for Holyrood to be a sticking plaster for Tory cuts.
The latest Ashcroft Poll is good news for Nicola Sturgeon’s indyref2 plan. It shows the majority of Scots think the UK is moving in the wrong direction.
“It’s not enough to be a woman in politics, you have to do the right thing with the power you’ve got”
“It’s not enough to be a woman in politics”. Nicola Sturgeon talks about the May government’s Rape Clause in front of an audience in New York
Nicola Sturgeon was asked a testing question about causing division when she was speaking at the UN. She passed the test with flying colours.
Here is the footage of Nicola Sturgeon’s speech at Stanford University: Scotland’s place in the world. I added some key bullet points.
In a hastily arranged press conference, First Minister of Scotland, Nicola Sturgeon just set out her plans for #indyref2. Let us know what you think.
Having stumbled across the @SturgeonAbuse twitter account, I decided to compose the Shameful Cyberbrit Abuse article you wont see in the mainstream media
In this article, Nicola Sturgeon lays out the justification for #indyref2. You could read it as a delaying tactic or a final warning to Theresa May.
The deception of 2014 could not be in any more in focus at this time. May’s hard Brexit shows Scotland is a passenger not a partner in the UK
Kezia Dugdale’s response to the ‘Scotland’s Place in Europe’ report was, as we have come to expect, naive, alienating and counter productive.
For those who don’t have time to read large reports, Nicola Sturgeon’s foreword to Scotland’s Place in Europe strikes a conciliatory and balanced tone.