Jeremy Corbyn comes out against second Scottish referendum after saying he would be 'absolutely fine' with one

Jeremy Corbyn has sought to defuse a row with Labour in Scotland by saying he definitely does not think there should be another independence referendum.

The Labour leader tried to explain reports that he had said it would be “absolutely fine” for another referendum to happen, after they sparked an angry reaction from some Labour figures north of the border.

It comes as SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon was set to give a speech, which many expect to be related to her ambition to use Brexit as a reason to demand a second referendum.

Mr Corbyn claimed

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