Last year the Scottish Parliament passed the Referendums (Scotland) Act 2020. That Act set out detailed conduct and campaign rules that can be used for any referendum on a devolved subject-matter. The timing and the question posed at such a referendum would be set by a further Act of the Scottish Parliament.
Scottish Government Ministers have been clear that a referendum on Scottish independence should be held within the next term of the Parliament, taking into account the COVID-19 pandemic.
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