Nicola Sturgeon SLAPPED DOWN as Theresa May hints she could BLOCK second independence vote

But in an interview with BBC Scotland, Mrs May said the key issue was not whether there could be a second referendum but whether there should even be one. 

She said: “I continue to believe that Scotland is better off as part of the United Kingdom, and I believe passionately in the strong union that there has been between Scotland and the rest of the United Kingdom for so long.

“Our history, the economic ties we have – I want Scotland to remain part of the UK.

“People talk about what’s going to happen in terms of leaving the European Union for Scotland’s trade – actually the economic importance of Scotland being part of the UK far overwhelms that.” 

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