‘She is rattled!’ George Galloway shames Nicola Sturgeon and SNP in furious BBC rant

Nicola Sturgeon's SNP plans slammed by Galloway

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George Galloway accused the SNP of actively trying to ruin Scotland as part of their independence plot. In his party election broadcast on the BBC, Mr Galloway claimed that the SNP “have no incentive to make Scotland better, in fact they have an incentive to make it worse”. He used to the BBC broadcast to warn that the SNP were trying to sabotage Scotland as a way to blame the UK for its problems.

Mr Galloway spoke on behalf of the All for Unity party during the BBC broadcast.

He said: “14 years of nationalist grudge and grievance has taken Scotland down a low road.

“If we don’t get off this hamster wheel, this ‘neverendum,’ we are not going to enjoy where this will end up.

“Scotland is eating itself. The politics of nationalism depends on that.”

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Mr Galloway continued: “They have no incentive to make Scotland better. In fact, they have an incentive to make it worse.

“The worse it gets, the more they say we need to rip Scotland out of a union it has been for more than 300 years.

“Most people in Scotland don’t want that. They voted so in 2014.

“I have created All For Unity and it is beginning to rattle their cages.”

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All for Unity is a new unionist party which is standing in next month’s Scottish parliament elections.

They urge its supporters to vote for the pro-union party best placed to beat the SNP on the constituency list, then for it on the regional list.

This comes as the latest polling suggests Nicola Sturgeon’s party will be two MSPs short of a majority.


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A Savanta ComRes survey for The Scotsman predicts that the SNP will return 63 MSPs in total – two short of a majority – the same number as in 2016.

However, there will still be a pro-indy majority given the Scottish Greens are forecast to return eight MSPs, two more than 2016.

Another poll for The Times, carried out by YouGov, found the SNP remains on course for a majority at the election.

However, that polling also found the party’s support was slipping and backing for independence, at 47 percent, has fallen by two percentage points compared with the previous poll early last month.

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