Despite other important issues in Scotland, Prime Minister Nicola Starjan tried to defend her push for independence. After his first speech to Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson Ames Sturgeon, he had the respect and belief in democracy that he wanted an independent Scottish referendum. Ms Sturgeon said: “On a fundamental issue of democracy, I believe that the people of Scotland should choose their own future.
“I will argue this case in a democratic election.
“They will have the power to decide the way people vote.
“If they support my view that there should be a referendum on independence, then people will have the right to choose the future of Scotland.
“Basically I believe in democracy.
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“I think we know now that Ruth Davidson doesn’t do that.”
Mrs Davidson responded sharply: “It seems Nicola Sturgeon doesn’t believe in democracy when she doesn’t like the answer.”
At first Ms Davidson demanded Mess Sturgeon to explain why the SSP was pushing for independence.
He said: “On Tuesday the first prime minister announced plans for a referendum bill.
“We have provided additional funding to the local authorities.
“We have provided additional funding specifically for the recruitment of additional teachers.
“Education and the improvement of education have remained a priority for this government.”
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