Blocking a referendum 'undemocratic'
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Blocking a Scottish referendum 'undemocratic'

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says blocking a second Scottish independence referendum would be "outrageous" and "anti-democratic".

It comes after Prime Minister Theresa May said that "now was not the time" to allow a vote to take place.

And Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson said a referendum should not be held without knowing the shape of any post-Brexit relationship with Europe.