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Scotland needs choice on independence at end of Brexit

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Scotland must have a choice on independence at the end of Britain's divorce with the European Union when the exit terms are clear, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said.

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In an interview with the BBC's Andrew Marr Show, Sturgeon called on voters to back her Scottish National Party at an election on June 8 to strengthen her hand and make sure that Scotland's voice is heard in the Brexit negotiations.

"For me this is a question of, at the end of the Brexit process, does Scotland get a choice about our future," Sturgeon said.

"At the end of the Brexit process, I believe people in Scotland should have a choice over our future."


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