Tuesday 16 December 2014

David Cameron tells Nicola Sturgeon: Focus on Isil - Telegraph

The Prime Minister argues the new First Minister should be helping deal with major UK-wide problems like terrorism instead of obsessing about the constitution, ahead of their first official meeting at Downing Street.

Peter A Bell's insight:

I would point out to David Cameron that Nicola Sturgeon has a democratic mandate from the people of Scotland. He does not. The people of Scotland voted for an SNP government. In doing so, they decisively rejected Cameron’s Tories. Nicola Sturgeon speaks for the people of Scotland, NOT David Cameron. It is not for him to arrogantly presume to tell our First Minister what her priorities should be. She takes her instructions from the people of Scotland, not from some jumped-up British politician.

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