Video from John Nicolson MP, Ochil & South Perthshire Constituency

SNP MP discusses Scotland’s right to choose on BBC Politics Live

Westminster accepts the principle of border polls every seven years in Northern Ireland. Why? Because in a democracy people have the right to change their mind. For many Scots, Brexit was a game changer.

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