'We want to be a full member of the EU'
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General election 2017: Sturgeon on Brexit and Indyref votes

An independent Scotland under the SNP would want to be a "full member" of the European Union, says Nicola Sturgeon.

The first minister was asked if she would accept an interim arrangement ahead of full membership after the UK left the EU, but before Scotland could join as a separate nation.

But addressing the Indyref issue, she told Andrew Neil that the general election "will not decide whether or not Scotland becomes independent."

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