The Scottish government has roundly defeated Donald Trump in a legal dispute over his Turnberry golf course in Aberdeenshire.
"As things stand, Scotland faces the prospect of being taken out of the EU against her will. I regard that as democratically unacceptable," Sturgeon told a news conference in Edinburgh.
"People want to take their country back. They want to have independence in a sense. You see it with Europe, all over Europe," said Trump, 70, the presumptive Republican nominee for president.
Cameron earlier hailed the "sweetest victory" of his political career, with the win giving the Conservatives around 330 seats and a clear mandate for another five years in office.
The British election results Thursday night took even the seasoned by surprise. A race that was supposed to be tighter than a bearskin hatband and even potentially set off a parliamentary crisis turned out to ...
The division between Scotland's two main political parties has resurfaced as the Nationalist Party seeks to sweep the national elections this Thursday.
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