Scottish National Party (SNP) leader, and Scotland's First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon delivers her closing speech during the Scottish National Party (SNP) Spring Conference in Aberdeen, east of Scotland, on March 18, 2017. AFP / Michal Wachucik
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Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon on Sunday softened her stance on the potential timing of a second independence referendum after Prime Minister Theresa May rejected her call to hold a vote before Britain leaves the European Union.It also found 51 percent of Scots did not want a vote on independence within the next few years.Scots rejected independence by 55-45 percent in a referendum in September 2014 . But majority of Scots voted in favour of Britain staying in the EU in June.
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