Sturgeon says EU exit could trigger second Scots referendum
Nicola Sturgeon has warned that if the UK votes to leave the EU against the wishes of the Scottish people, it could trigger another independence referendum.
The First Minister was in Brussels when she said that Scotland must remain in Europe and called for reforms to be made under the existing treaty.
Ms Sturgeon told the BBC's Europe correspondent Chris Morris that David Cameron has to make a positive case for EU membership.
02 Jun 2015