Sturgeon torn apart by George Galloway over referendum plans 'More people are ...

NICOLA STURGEON has been blasted by George Galloway as the leader of The Workers Party of Britain has insisted it will stand in the Scottish Parliament election to stop SNP's plans to hold a second referendum of Scottish independence.

PUBLISHED: 18:52, Mon, Jan 27, 2020 | UPDATED: 18:52, Mon, Jan 27, 2020

Nicola Sturgeon has been insisting on having a second referendum on Scottish independence despite Prime Minister Boris Johnson telling the SNP leader she can’t have one in this generation. The SNP leader has been blasted by former Labour MP George Galloway who explained Scottish people are on his side. Mr Galloway added he won the referendum with people who are against separatism.

Related articles
Nicola Sturgeon warning: Pollster John Curtice exposes huge split
Sturgeon's radical plan for Scottish Brexit visa brutally dismantled

Speaking on his RT show, Mr Galloway said: “The party of which I’m the leader of, the Workers Party of Britain will definitely be standing in the Scottish Parliament election.

“Scottish Labour is dead and is led by people simply incapable of taking the fight to the sepratists to the SNP.

“I have the capability of fighting the SNP. I’ve been doing it all my life.

“It always amuses me when they call me a traitor. A traitor to what?

READ MORE: Blackford left speechless after BBC host dismantles SNP indyref claim

Nicola SturgeonNicola Sturgeon as been blasted by George Galloway (Image: GETTY/RT)

Nicola SturgeonNicola Sturgeon has been insisting on having a second referendum on Scottish independence (Image: GETTY)

“I have opposed the Scottish separatism literally all of my life. I have hated the SNP all of my life.

“It’s not as if I was once a supporter of

read more.....

Get the latest news delivered to your inbox

Follow us on social media networks

PREV #JamesBond story: Phoebe Waller Bridge reveals truth behind BIG role on ...
NEXT First female coach in Super Bowl breaking down NFL barriers mogaznewsen