PM: SNP 'tunnel vision is deeply regrettable'
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PM: SNP 'tunnel vision' over independence 'deeply regrettable'

Theresa May has accused the SNP of having "tunnel vision" after Nicola Sturgeon said she will ask for a second referendum on Scottish independence.

The prime minister told the BBC's Ben Wright the decision sets Scotland on a course for "more uncertainly and division" at a time when evidence suggests the majority of Scottish people do not want a second vote.