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The party has always been steadfastly against another vote, despite dissent from some MSPs.
All Under One Banner is set to hold a march in Edinburgh at noon on Saturday.
The First Minister will tell SNP members that 'democracy must – and will – prevail'.
Members voted in favour of a resolution which would hand powers similar to the President of Ireland to an elected head of state in an independent Scotland.
Vitriol between both sides of the independence debate, particularly on social media, intensified during the 2014 campaign.
Agreement means the Scottish Government has an overall majority at Holyrood in favour of Scottish independence.
The former first minister addressed an online rally of overseas supporters of Scottish independence.
SNP Westminster leader issued the challenge to Boris Johnson in the wake of his party’s victory in the Holyrood elections.
The Scottish Liberal Democrat campaign is urging voters to elect a Parliament prioritising recovery from the pandemic over Scottish independence.
The Chancellor spoke out ahead of Thursday’s crucial Holyrood election.
Nicola Sturgeon was interviewed on Good Morning Britain ahead of the Scottish Parliament election on Thursday.
Douglas Ross said the SNP risks 'making foreigners out of friends and family'.
It comes after the Institute for Government said Scotland would face tough fiscal choices if it left the UK.
An urgent disposal has been granted by Lord Malcolm, with a hearing set for April 6.
The case, brought before the Court of Session, asked to declare the Scottish Parliament has the power to legislate for another vote.
Sir Keir Starmer says a second Scottish independence referendum would be 'entirely the wrong priority'.
STV/Ipsos MORI poll finds record support for independence and puts the SNP on course for a Holyrood majority.
Willie Rennie said his party will not support a new independence vote over the next Holyrood term.
The Scottish Conservatives leader is also confident that the PM is 'determined' to secure a deal on Brexit.
The SNP will go into next year's Holyrood election looking for a 'clear endorsement' for its referendum plans.