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Nicola Sturgeon has handed Theresa May a lifeline with her call for a new referendum on Scottish independence
Nicola Sturgeon has announced plans to hold a new referendum on Scottish independence. The first minister told the Scottish parliament she will soon introduce legislation to prepare for another vote by 2021 if Scotland is taken out of the EU. During her speech, Sturgeon suggested that the case for independence is "even stronger now", given the "profound changes" that have occurred since 2014.Lifestyle Town & Country
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are planning an international move following the birth of their first child.News Digital Spy
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Adonis was recently announced as a Labour candidate in South West England in possible European elections in May and his statement included an apology for “off-the-cuff” remarks he made in September last year in which he said: “If you are a Brexiteer, I hope you won’t vote for the Labour Party.” But his volte-face, announced in a Facebook post, has been met with widespread bewilderment. “Does someone need to rescue Andrew Adonis from this compulsory re-education?” asked Change UK’s Sarah Wollaston.Finance MoneyWise
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