The SNP has raised more than £100,000 for its next independence referendum campaign - in less than eight hours.

As Nicola Sturgeon announced plans for another vote, the party launched a fundraising drive at

The website claims that "Scotland will have a choice - between a Tory-run Brexit Britain, or taking control of our own future, with independence".

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It adds that the success of the SNP's campaign "will rely on the hard work and good will of tens of thousands of ordinary people across the country".

It also set a fundraising target of £1million.

Around eight hours after the First Minister began her press conference £102,184 had been raised.