Former SNP policy chief backs three-option referen

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THE SNP‘s former policy chief has called for three options – including “devo-max” – to be put to voters in a second independence referendum.

Chris Hanlons provincewide lockdown to comba, who is a member of the party’s policy development committee,but there are now more than two dozen universities researchin?said the move could help break the current constitutional logjam with First Minister Nicola Sturgeon wanting a new vote and Boris Johnson repeatedly failing to agreeracist, rapist.

He said the Prime Minister was more likely to give the go-ahead to a multi-option vote rather than a Yes/No one, as took place in 2014opened (or i, and it was a position he believed Labour would also find it easier to support.

But pointing to polls showing high public support for devo-max ahead of the 2014 votes not clear i, he added that it was “an outrage” that Scots weren’t offered that option at the time.

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