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"There is no support for another independence referendum, it doesn't look like there is going to be any support for another referendum, and as we see from Nicola Sturgeon trying quietly this week to ditch independence as a campaigning tool, we're not going to see it any time soon".

Pic: ReutersIf the Scottish National Party wins the most seats in Scotland at a June 8 election, Prime Minister Theresa May's refusal to agree to a second independence referendum will be unsustainable, Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said on Sunday.

She branded Labour plans to raise taxes on the richest as "reckless" but warned that a vote for the Tories was "a vote for more cuts".

He spoke out as Ms Sturgeon made clear that "if the arithmetic lends itself to a progressive alliance that can lock the Tories out of government, I would want the SNP to be part of that".

Ms Sturgeon gave her biggest hint yet that she would change the policy when she publishes her manifesto tomorrow.

Mr Corybn was asked during an interview with Bauer and Global radio stations: "Theresa May says now is not the time for another independence referendum".

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"It's very clear that after the European Union referendum Nicola Sturgeon used Brexit as an excuse for another referendum, she pointed to her manifesto as the reason for that".

The SNP leader, who is pushing for a second referendum on Scottish independence before the Brexit process has been completed, also set out her bid to keep Scotland in the EU.

He replied: "I'll obviously open discussions with the Government in Scotland and listen very carefully to what the Scottish Parliament says".

"I don't sit here and say that we're ideal", she said of the performance of Scotland's schools, but she insisted progress was being made.

"My priority in this election is to say to the people of Scotland, if you want Scotland's interests to be protected and our voice heard, then you've got to vote SNP to make sure that's the case".

Ms Davidson said that meant another vote could not take place "u ntil we know how it's working on the ground".

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