Scotland's future hangs in balance as report into leader's conduct awaited

LONDON (Reuters) – An independent report expected to rule on whether Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon broke a ministerial code of conduct will be published later on Monday, the Scottish government said. If the report says Sturgeon knowingly broke the code of conduct, she would be expected to resign, which could have seismic consequences for Scottish politics and the future of the United Kingdom. Scottish elections are due in May, and Sturgeon has vowed to press for an independence referendum if her Scottish National Party (SNP) wins an absolute majority. If she is forced out and the S…

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