First minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon resigns | USA TODAY #Shorts

Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon announced that she will step down from her role and back a successor to lead Scotland to independence.

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    1. @Alba1970 lol the fact is even though the last few years the disaster that is Westminster and yet most Scot’s would vote against independents that’s quite telling isn’t it you fud

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    1. still won’t stop us from leaving the UK, the movement is way bigger than one person or one political party and our next leader may decide following Westminster’s rules is not the best way to achieve Independence

  2. we will leave the UK Independence movement is not Nicola Sturgeon or the SNP it’s much bigger than that, the next leader of the SNP might not follow Westminsters rules of leaving the UK

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