Sturgeon Won't Rule Out New Referendum If Scots Change MindsBy
New vote on independence would be triggered by shift in polls
U.K. voting to leave EU would lead to new Scots plebiscite
Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said she will demand a new referendum on independence if there’s “strong evidence” that voters have changed their minds since rejecting a break from the U.K. last year.
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