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Brexit won’t mean Scottish independence

The Chair of Labour Leave makes her case for leaving the EU—and against pessimism

By Kate Hoey   April 2016

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon arrives to give a speech on the European Union to the Resolution Foundation at St John's Smith Square in London. ©Anthony Devlin/PA Wire/Press Association Images

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