First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has published the first in a series of papers that she hopes will start the process for another unwanted divisive referendum on Scotland leaving the UK.
Pamela Nash, chief executive of Scotland in Union, said:
“Scotland’s positive future is as part of the UK, bringing together people and communities, keeping the pound, avoiding a hard border between friends and families, investing more in our NHS and schools, and creating more jobs.
“With their warped priorities, the SNP and the Greens are completely out-of-touch with the people of Scotland.
“The overwhelming majority of people in Scotland do not want a divisive second referendum next year and they want the government to focus on what really matters to people.
“It’s time for the government to end its negative campaign for separation, get on with the job of governing and use time and resources to tackle the big problems like hospital waiting times and the cost-of-living crisis."
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