Nicola Sturgeon pushes for Scottish independence vote if #Brexit goes ahead.

Apr 25, 09:28 AM

Scotland is gearing up for a re-run of the Independence Referendum. First Minister Nicola Sturgeon told MSPs at Holyrood yesterday that she's drawing up plans for a vote within the next two years. The last referendum took place in 2014 and delivered a vote against independence, but Ms Sturgeon said that Brexit means the circumstances have changed and that Scottish people should be given another say. Is there any evidence to suggest that the result might be different next time? And how do unionists here view the prospect of another Scottish referendum? Will it increase the pressure for a border poll? Stephen got the views of commentators Nelson McCausland and Daithi McKay.