Some have suggested that the Scotland Act (1998) should be amended so that the section 30 power, needed to legally hold an independence referendum, should be transferred from Westminster to Holyrood. In which circumstances, if at all, do you think the section 30 power should be transferred?

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It should not be transferred under any circumstances, and should remain with Westminster
It should be transferred only if the SNP win a majority of Scottish seats at the next UK General Election (scheduled in 2024)
It should be transferred only if the SNP are the largest party at the next Scottish Parliamentary election (scheduled in 2026)
It should be transferred only if the SNP win a majority at the next Scottish Parliamentary election (scheduled in 2026)
It should be transferred to Holyrood irrespective of any election outcomes
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    Some have suggested that the Scotland Act (1998) should be amended so that the section 30 power, needed to legally hold an independence referendum, should be transferred from Westminster to Holyrood. In which circumstances, if at all, do you think the section 30 power should be transferred?

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