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Sturgeon: Yes movement ‘galvanised’ by Supreme Court ruling on indyref2

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Independence supporters have marched through Glasgow in light of Supreme Court’s ruling that a second referendum cannot be held without the consent of the UK Government.
Published 2 months ago · London, United Kingdom

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Sturgeon: Yes movement ‘galvanised’ by Supreme Court ruling on indyref2

The First Minister is set to encourage SNP members despite the ruling that Holyrood cannot legislate for a second vote.

2 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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Sturgeon claims independence movement ‘galvanised’ by court ruling

The SNP leader said support for Scotland leaving the UK has been 'strengthened' by the Supreme Court's judgement.

2 months ago·United Kingdom
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Sturgeon: Yes movement ‘galvanised’ by Supreme Court ruling on indyref2

The First Minister is set to encourage SNP members despite the ruling that Holyrood cannot legislate for a second vote.

2 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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"Wednesday's judgment from the Supreme Court has galvanised the Yes movement"

Independence supporters have marched through Glasgow in light of Supreme Court’s ruling that a second referendum cannot be held without the consent of the UK Government.

2 months ago
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Nicola Sturgeon: Supreme Court defeat has 'galvanised' independence movement

NICOLA Sturgeon believes the Supreme Court defeat has “galvanised” the Yes movement as she will accuse unionist parties of being “joined at…

2 months ago
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Nicola Sturgeon: Supreme Court ruling has 'galvanised' Yes movement across Scotland

The Supreme Court judgment has “galvanised” the Yes movement across Scotland, Nicola Sturgeon told SNP members at a St Andrew's day event

2 months ago·Glasgow, United Kingdom
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