ON Wednesday, Scotland will find out the result of the UK Supreme Court case which will have major implications for indyref2. 

The Scottish Government are awaiting the judgment which will determine whether or not they can hold an independence referendum without Westminster’s consent. 

Below is all you need to know about when the result will be announced and how you can watch. 

What time is the judgment? 

In a post on Twitter last week, the UK Supreme Court confirmed that the judgment on the case will be handed down on November 23 at 9.45am. 

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In October, Lord Reed said it was “likely to be some months” before a decision was made, so it is arriving well ahead of schedule. 

How can I watch the judgment? 

The case itself was live streamed via the UK Supreme Court’s website and the same goes for the judgment. 

A link to this can be found HERE

What happens after the judgment? 

There are several rallies planned across Scotland which will be held following the judgment. 

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The National revealed a number of additional speakers have been confirmed for the rally outside the Scottish Parliament. 

This includes the runner up of Channel 4’s Make Me Prime Minister Kelly Given.