SNP leader does not believe Boris Johnson will prevent a second referendum if her party wins a majority at Holyrood.
Scottish party leader Willie Rennie said now is not the time for another referendum on the issue.
Prime Minister accuses SNP of pushing for a second vote 'regardless of the cost to Scotland and the whole of the UK'.
The SNP Westminster leader said that the first priority of the Scottish Government would be to tackle the coronavirus crisis.
The anti-independence side actually has a slight lead when undecided voters are included in the totals.
Constitution Secretary Mike Russell said the Bill, expected within weeks, would help inform voters ahead of the Holyrood election in May.
Academics from the LSE say the economic costs of independence are 'two or three times greater than Brexit'.
Parliament backs idea of planning another referendum despite Tory accusations that it is 'reckless and damaging'.
Scottish Tories lodge motion urging government to set up a task force to oversee the rollout of the coronavirus vaccine.
UK Health Secretary says other nations 'stepped forward' to help Scottish Ambulance Service at the weekend.
Document says 'legal referendum' will be held after the pandemic if there is a pro-independence majority following May's election.
The STV/Ipsos MORI survey found that more than twice as many people intend to vote for the SNP than the Scottish Conservatives.
STV/Ipsos MORI poll finds record support for independence and puts the SNP on course for a Holyrood majority.
UK Labour Party leader says he is 'frustrated' over talks of a new Scottish independence referendum.
The SNP will go into next year's Holyrood election looking for a 'clear endorsement' for its referendum plans.
The Scottish Tories say £62bn in fiscal transfers have gone from Westminster to Holyrood since 2007.
The annual Government Expenditure and Revenue Scotland report covers the last tax year up to March, when the pandemic hit.
Chief secretary to the Treasury Steve Barclay turned down a request for borrowing powers for Scotland.
Boris Johnson dismissed calls for indyref2 but Nicola Sturgeon criticised what she called his 'campaign visit' to Scotland.
Boris Johnson will arrive in Scotland on Thursday for the first time since December's general election.