Despite the Scottish public voting to remain part of the UK back in 2014, Ms Sturgeon has continued to call for a second vote on independence following increased support during the coronavirus pandemic.
A second vote would be enacted if the SNP won a majority in May’s Holyrood election, according to Scotland’s Constitution Secretary Michael Russell.
But his comments have sparked anger among Express readers with many arguing for a referendum to happen, Westminster would have to pay for it.
One said: “I think they may have forgotten that for this to actually happen, Westminster needs to pay for it.
“These people don't have the sense they were born with and certainly don't think things through.”Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
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Nicola Sturgeon and Michael Russell (Image: Getty)
Another said the SNP is “fighting a losing battle” and are “full of talk”.
They said: “All the power is with Boris and the UK Government.
“The SNP is fighting a losing battle and full of talk.”
A third reader said: “The deluded SNP followers think they may gain their independence when in actual fact no one is offering independence.
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“All the SNP is offering is a change of