In a speech today, Nicola Sturgeon said that Scotland 'stands at a hugely important crossroad'.
She went on to say that 'we must have a plan for the way forward'.
Before the end of the month, The Government will trigger Article 50. Scotland voted to remain.
The Scottish First Minister exclaimed that 'In times like these, it is more important than ever to have a plan'.
She added 'I am not turning my back on further discussions, should the UK change it's mind'. 'I have to decide on the best plan'.
'I want the UK to get a good deal from the EU negotiations, but I am far from alone in fearing a bad deal, or no deal'.
'I will continue to stand up for Scotland's interests during Brexit negotiations'.
Nicola Sturgeon threatened a Section 30, allowing a second UK Referendum. She said 'Scotland has the right to decide it's own future'.