She will continue to stand up for Scotland’s interests in the talks... ... But she will act now to ensure Scotland has a choice at the end of this process. Sturgeon says she will act now to ensure Scotland has an independence referendum at the end of the Brexit process. She says she will ask the Scottish parliament to vote in favour of this next week. She says the details of the referendum, including the timing, must be for Scotland to decide. She says it should take place when the options are clearer than they are now, but while it is still possible for Scotland to stay in. She says she expects the outcome to be clearer by next autumn. So that would be the earliest date. She says it should take place between the autumn of 2018 and the spring of 2019. https://www.theguardian.com/politic...un-on-second-scottish-independence-referendum And for those who like alternative facts: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4307522/Sturgeon-s-fresh-bid-Brexit-obstacles.html A few quotes from other people who have perfectly described the situation: "There was more clarity in that one speech from Sturgeon than in about 9 months worth of Theresa May's speeches." "The whole ********* is down to an internal party power struggle the victor of which wasn't even involved! So not only did neither of the contenders (Johnson & Cameron) win, the country got ****ed too!" "It's like a couple bickering over where to take the kids on the weekend but ending up torching the car through pure ineptness."