MSPs to decide whether to scrap using next election as ‘de facto referendum’

Senior figures in the Scottish National party believe Nicola Sturgeon’s shock resignation might delay a fresh independence referendum by at least five years.

Sturgeon’s decision to quit is widely expected to mean plans for a special conference on her proposals to use the next election as a single issue “de facto referendum” on independence will be scrapped.

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