In full: Nicola Sturgeon interview with Laura Kuenssberg
Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has told the BBC's Political editor Laura Kuenssberg that a convincing victory for the SNP at next year's Scottish elections would not be enough for her to push for a second vote on independence, saying even a thumping win would not be "in and of itself sufficient".
During the interview, she said it was not the "interests of the SNP to rush a second referendum".
Ms Sturgeon suggested to the BBC that she will be the judge of when it is right to held a second referendum, saying: "It will be down to whether we judge, I judge, that people who voted 'no' last year have changed their minds." Ms Sturgeon would not say she was confident that another vote will take place while she was in charge.