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Rennie: SNP paralysed by independence

February 14, 2017 10:00 AM
Originally published by Scottish Liberal Democrats

Responding to the comments by Alex Salmond on BBC Sunday Politics Scotland who reaffirmed his belief that a second independence referendum should be held in Autumn 2018, Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie MSP said:

"The SNP is paralysed by the independence issue. They are so focused on breaking up Britain that they have completely failed to deal with the challenges in our economy, education and health service. A vote in Autumn 2018 will only lead to a further 18 months of paralysis as they continue to pursue their independence agenda above anything else."