That all from BBC Scotland's coverage of the Scottish Parliament on Wednesday 29 January 2020.
MSPs have backed calls for a new referendum on Scottish independence in a vote at Holyrood.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon wants to hold a new poll later this year, and wants UK ministers to agree to this.
But Prime Minister Boris Johnson has rejected her call for a transfer of powers, saying the 2014 vote was a "once in a generation" event.
MSPs voted by 64 to 54 to agree that circumstances have changed since then, and that "a referendum should be held".
The vote is not binding on the UK government, and Scottish Secretary Alister Jack told BBC Scotland that the UK government's position was "not remotely" changed by it.
Ms Sturgeon is due to make a speech on Friday setting out the "next steps" in the "campaign to secure Scotland's future as an independent nation".