Sturgeon: ‘I detest the Tories’ – vote for independence 2023
Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon accused of using divisive rhetoric after she said “I detest the Tories” in a BBC interview.
Later Nicola Sturgeon clarified that when she had said she “detests” the Tories, she was “referring to Tory policies and values that do a lot of damage”.
Also, the Scottish government is going to the Supreme Court this week to argue that it doesn’t need London’s authority to hold referendum vote.
Speaking on the BBC’s Sunday with Laura Kuenssberg, Nicola Sturgeon said she’ll never stop making the case and not ‘give up on Scottish democracy’.
Labour’s Alistair Darling campaigned against independence in 2014. He said Sturgeon has not changed his mind and Scotland is tearing itself apart on the issue. Darling added it is damaged to the nations economy.
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