Nicola Sturgeon's 'days are numbered' says Ann Widdecombe
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Brexiteer Ann Widdecombe argued Nicola Sturgeon has been leading Scotland on borrowed time for a while now. While speaking on TalkRadio, she said the SNP leader’s days have been numbered since it was realised Brexit would not go wrong. She added Britain has already begun to see the benefits of Brexit across the country.
She said: “I think Nicola Sturgeon’s days have been numbered ever since the moment that Brexit did not go wrong.”
Ms Widdecombe reflected on the success of the UK’s vaccine rollout and insisted Scotland has benefited from that due to the success of Brexit.
She said: “The fact is that if she had her way, we would now be in the EU’s vaccination programme.
“This is instead of running our own hugely successful one.
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“You then have to ask everyone in Scotland who has had the vaccine would you rather be in the EU or would you rather be in the UK with the vaccine.”
Ms Widdecombe highlighted issues surrounding the idea of Scottish independence.
She noted that the SNP has not been able to convincingly outline what currency they would use in the event of independence.
She continued: “Were there ever to be another Scottish independence referendum, and I hope there won’t be one soon as we said it was settled for a generation.
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“But if there was another one, I think the economic facts speak for themselves as they did last time.
“What are they going to trade in, what is going to be the currency there.
“Last time the Bank of England said no to the pound and the European Union said no to the euro.
“What are they going to trade in, wee drams?”
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Conservative Scottish leader Ruth Davidson on Saturday called for the resignation of Ms Sturgeon.
She told LBC that if it is decided that Ms Sturgeon broke the ministerial code by lying to Parliament she will have to resign.
This comes as tensions remain high regarding the row between former First Minister Alex Salmond and Ms Sturgeon.
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