Sturgeon insists there will be a second referendum

She's also urged does that don't agree with Brexit to move to Scotland

Nicola Sturgeon insisted to a rapturous crowd at her party's conference that "there will be an independence referendum".

She also criticised British Prime Minister Theresa May, saying "the Prime minister's attitude should worry us all."

She had a warning for the PM saying "Stop putting the interests of the right wing of your party ahead of the interests of the people of our party."

Nicola Sturgeon also invited people in the UK who don't agree with Brexit to move to Scotland.

She continued by saying "We will become a magnet for talent and investment from all cross the UK. So let me issue this open invitation today: Scotland isn't full up."

"If you are as appalled as we are at the path this Westminster government is taking, come and join us. Come here to live, work, invest or study.

"Come to Scotland and be part of building a modern, progressive, outward-looking, compassionate country."
She continued: "Scotland's future must be Scotland's choice."

She said that she wants a "fair, legal and agreed referendum at a time when we know the terms of Brexit but before it is too late to take a different path."

She also added that "It is down to us to make the economic case for independence."

She sparked a standing ovation when she said the days of Tory governments dictating to Scotland are "gone and not coming back."

A £36m (€41.6m) fund to pay for skills and training in the digital age was announced as well as a 10-year mental health strategy that will include an increase in the workforce and budget.

Additional reporting IRN.