The SNP will distribute an independence prospectus to every household in Scotland in a bid to win over undecided voters.

The move comes as Nicola Sturgeon launched a fresh drive for independence after announcing plans for a second referendum within the next two years if Brexit goes ahead.

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After her Holyrood statement, Ms Sturgeon’s husband, the SNP chief executive Peter Murrell, launched a fundraising website called, which had previously belonged to the failed Yes Scotland campaign of 2014.

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It said the First Minister had given “new impetus to our campaigning” and appealed for cash to help the SNP win the EU election on May 23.

It also asked for money to send all 2.4 million households an economic case for leaving the UK called An Independent Scotland: Household Guide. SNP members are due to decide on Saturday which currency an independent Scotland would use.

In a coordinated move, a new “non-party, civic organisation” for independence called Voices for Scotland will be launched today by the Scottish Independence Convention.

It says its aim is “big, open conversations about Scotland’s future”.