Breakfast politics briefing: Majority 'No' vote in Indyref2 poll | Boris Johnson will comply with Supreme Court

Protesters gathered outside the Supreme Court ahead of a hearing on the legality of proroguing Parliament. Photo: Dan Kitwood / Getty Images
Protesters gathered outside the Supreme Court ahead of a hearing on the legality of proroguing Parliament. Photo: Dan Kitwood / Getty Images
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Welcome to The Scotsman’s morning politics briefing. Here’s all you need to know for the day ahead.

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On today’s agenda

- First Minister Nicola Sturgeon is in Berlin to tell German business leaders Scotland is 'open for business'.

- The Supreme Court will continue considering two appeals about the prorogation of Parliament.

- New polling shows strong majority for remaining in the UK in the event of a second Scottish independence referendum.