SNP Minister Angus Robertson was today asked in Holyrood if he believed a second divisive referendum would go ahead by the end of 2023 and replied “yes”.
Pamela Nash, chief executive of Scotland in Union, said:
“This confirms that the SNP is hopelessly out of touch with families across Scotland.
“With a cost-of-living crisis and catastrophic waiting times in the NHS, the absolute last thing we need is the division and expense of a second referendum – which would put governance across the UK on hold.
“The overwhelming majority of people of Scotland firmly disagree that another contest should be held next year, so it’s time for the SNP ministers to start listening and end their obsession with their negative, inward-looking and divisive campaign for separation.
“Scotland’s positive future is as part of the UK, bringing people and communities together and investing more in our public services.”
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