George Galloway has declared that "the SNP is tearing itself to pieces" amid the ongoing Alex Salmond inquiry. The former first minister of Scotland Alex Salmond made his long-awaited appearance at a Scottish Parliament inquiry today and announced that "Scotland's leadership has failed". Polls this week showed Nicola Sturgeon's popularity dropped 16 points amid the SNP civil war.
Mr Galloway delivered a searing rebuke of the current Scottish First Minister and SNP leader over the leadership crisis.
He told RT: "We have discovered this week that Scotland is extremely vulnerable to the perils of dictatorship.
"Meanwhile the SNP tears itself to pieces and the Scottish nationalist government falls apart."
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He later retweeted demands for Ms Sturgeon to resign as bitter rows engulf her party.
Mr Galloway also told RT the