Nicola Sturgeon slammed over freedom day 'confusion' by expert
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Neil Oliver has hit out at Nicola Sturgeon over her assurances of delivering a new vote. The Scottish First Minister said a vote should take place before the end of 2023.
She promised that constitutional issues would be dealt with once the coronavirus pandemic is over.
Mr Oliver told GB News: “The problem for Nicola Sturgeon and the SNP is that the majority want the union and always have.
“I’ve said over and over again that the result of the referendum in 2014, 55 percent in favour of retaining the Union, 28 local council areas out of 32 voting to retain the union.
“There’s fluctuations here and there but broadly speaking that is the reality. The majority want the union.”
The presenter opined: “Everything that the SNP touch turns into a great big pile of steaming doo-doo.”
Some viewers agreed with Mr Oliver’s claims, taking to Twitter to express their views.
One person wrote: “Scotland decays a little more every day under calamity Sturgeon.
“As Mr Oliver says, she has no experience of anything apart from being a politician.”
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A second commenter claimed: “It’s all about Nicola Sturgeon and SNP power.
“Sooner she’s out, the better.”
Another user added: “Clue is in the name, it doesn’t matter how many times they lose endless referendums they will always call for more… Just ignore them.”
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