The Scottish First Minister has continually called for a second independence referendum if the SNP secure a majority in the Holyrood elections this week. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said he would reject any calls for a second vote after the Scottish public voted to remain part of the UK in a "once in a lifetime" vote back in 2014.
But Ms Sturgeon lashed out at Mr Johnson claiming he was not "entitled to stand in the way of the democratic choices of the people of Scotland".
She warned the Prime Minister would have to take the Scottish government to court to stop her second referendum.
However, the Scottish First Minister has torn apart for calling for a second independence referendum despite not having an up-to-date plan in place.
Effie Deans, a well-known blogger of Scottish politics, wrote in her latest post: "Nicola Sturgeon does not have an independence plan.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon (Image: Getty)
Boris Johnson and Nicola Sturgeon (Image: PA)
"The last one produced in 2018 is completely out of date and she hasn’t got another one.
"The SNP hopes to produce another before a future independence referendum if and when it happens.
"But she will argue that the election to the Scottish Parliament will give her a mandate for holding it even though she does not herself know what independence would involve."
She went on to say how if Ms Sturgeon does not know what the plan is for independence "how can the Scottish voters know either?"
READ MORE: Scottish election debate LIVE: BBC shamed for refusing invite
Scotland voted to remain part of the EU (Image: PA)
The blogger continued: "Sturgeon either refuses