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Nicola Sturgeon doesn’t regret ‘hating’ Tories

Nadhim Zahavi, Chancellor of duchy of Lancaster, criticized Ms. Sturgeon in Interview with Mrs. Kuensberg, saying: “I think that language really dangerous. I prefer work with my colleagues in Scotland on shipping free ports, green ports like me want do with [Deputy First Minister] John Sweeney and others”.

On Sunday, senior SNP figures tried distance themselves from commenting as they were challenged at the conference whether they agreed with her.

Ian Blackford, Westminster party leader, said: “You don’t hate opponents. You work remove them.”

Donald Cameron, Shadow Constitution Scottish Tory secretary said: “Nicola Sturgeon should to be more careful and respectful in in language she uses.”

Ruth Davidson, former Scottish Tory leader wrote on Twitter: “Following Nicola Sturgeon’s earlier ‘I hate Tory’ line, the rhetoric is clearly coming up. strategy this SNP conference in order others and scold quarter of Scottish vote population”.

On the outskirts of Edinburgh event in Over the summer, Ms Sturgeon said she was ‘increasingly uncomfortable’ with political opponents portrayed as “some kind of evil and unacceptable in Any way”.

The quarrel arose after Angela Rayner, Deputy Labor Leader, last year apologized for describing the Tories as “scum”.

Miss Sturgeon will on Claims on Monday divorce would strengthen ties between Scotland and the rest of UK by creating relations of equals”.

The first minister will use her keynote speech at the SNP conference in Aberdeen to argue that an “aggressive union” is undermining the United Kingdom.

AT view which she acknowledges first sight may seem curious”, she will argue that a Scottish division would be “the most best way to protect the partnership on which the United Kingdom was founded – a voluntary partnership of nation.”

Meanwhile, Ms Sturgeon did not say whether she was sure the independence referendum would take place. next year how did she encounter with polls show only about a third of Scots support her plan.

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