Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale laughs as she unveils a new election campaign poster on Leith Walk in Edinburgh on April 30, 2015. / AFP / Digital / Andy Buchanan
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Scottish Labour would not join forces with the Conservatives in a joint campaign to defend the United Kingdom if Scotland held a second independence referendum, leader Kezia Dugdale has said.Despite beating Scottish secession by a 10 point margin in the 2014 referendum, that alliance of historic rivals Labour and Conservatives was consumed with infighting and ended up discrediting many of those involved.The Scottish referendum was then followed by a historic win for Nicola Sturgeon's Scottish National Party (SNP) the following year. Dugdale will tell delegates at the Scottish Labour conference the party doesn't want another referendum which could break up the three-century-old union of England and Scotland.
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