Nicola Sturgeon has declared that the SNP is “winning the case for independence” as she revealed more detail about plans for Scotland to have a second vote on leaving the UK.
A second Scottish independence referendum must not feature the “voter suppression initiatives” being put forward by Boris Johnson’s Government, SNP depute leader Keith Brown said.
An independent Scotland could be a “magnet for global investment”, thanks to its unique position between the UK and the EU, Nicola Sturgeon will say.
Scotland’s Finance Secretary will insist the county can “more than afford” to be independent.
SNP members have rejected a call for the party to implement a “plan B” for securing Scottish independence.
SNP MPs have prepared a vote of no confidence in the Prime Minister – with the party’s Westminster leader Ian Blackford calling on Labour and the Liberal Democrats to work with them to oust Boris Johnson.
Boris Johnson’s proposed Brexit deal will lead to additional “strain” between Scotland and the rest of the UK, former prime minister Tony Blair has warned.
The SNP’s Westminster leader has appeared to suggest his party would only help Labour form a government in return for support for a Scottish independence referendum.
Richard Leonard has called for clarity on Labour’s stance over the next steps of Brexit.
David Cameron sought support from the Queen during the Scottish independence referendum campaign after a poll predicting a Yes victory “panicked” him, the ex-prime minister has said.
Former first minister Alex Salmond has said he would not have held the vote on independence in 2014 if he had known Boris Johnson would become Prime Minister and the UK would be facing the prospect of a hard Brexit.