Scotland will decide independence vote date says Sturgeon

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The future of Scotland should be decided by the Scottish people, and the referendum date picked by the Holyrood government, says deputy first minister Nicola Sturgeon, who spoke of a "constructive" relationship with Westminster.

She was asked by Jo Coburn why Westminster and voters across Britain should not have a bigger say in the possible break-up of the UK.

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