Nicola Sturgeon warned ‘political changes’ to hit her as Galloway issues SNP dire warning

George Galloway: There will be ‘political changes’ at Holyrood

Mr Galloway insister there will be no second Scottish independence referendum amid a change in electoral fortunes for the Scottish National Party. He has said that people need to remember that Nicola Sturgeon’s SNP is in power as a “minority government” which is “reliant on the Green Party” and predicted that results of the Holyrood elections could shift the balance of power. MSP candidates from the Alliance for Unity party, founded by Mr Galloway, hope to win seats and halt Ms Sturgeon’s plan to break up the Union.

Speaking to RT UK, Mr Galloway said: “Don’t forget the SNP are a minority government they are reliant on the Green Party which is really just their gardening section to keep them in power.

“I believe that there will be political changes at Holyrood in May but in any case, there will be no referendum.

“They said and they signed for a referendum which was a once in a generation opportunity

“Now six-years is not a generation even in the lift of a domestic rabbit.”

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The comment comes as the SNP critic warned Ms Sturgeon that an IndyRef2 push “doesn’t make any sense” and could come back to bite the Scottish nationalists in the upcoming Holyrood elections.

He said: “Only an idiot would choose to have a divisive constitutional referendum in the middle of a pandemic and the con-current economic collapse and luckily there are only one in ten such idiots in Scotland.”

“In the SNP’s own poll only around 11 per cent want to have a referendum this year and only about 15 per cent want to have on in the next two years.

“You get to five years before you get a majority and that majority is 51 per cent.

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“So at a time when most people are wondering when their granny is going to get the vaccine the SNP saying they are going to ramp up the campaign to break up the country doesn’t make any sense.”

He added that the push for a second poll may backfire on the SNP at the ballot box saying it “may indeed rob them of a victory nevermind a big victory in the elections in May.”

Mr Galloway has previously demanded a government of national unity is formed to put an end to the SNP’s bid for a second Scottish independence referendum.

Last week he tweeted: “Scotland needs a government of National Unity NOW.

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“To postpone the elections to end the Neverendum and most of all to implement the roll-out of the vaccine.

“Scots must not be led on to the rocks by #ResignSturgeon,” he added.

In another tweet on Thursday, Mr Galloway called on former prime minister Gordon Brown to take on the role of Scottish Labour leader following the resignation of Richard Leonard.

He insisted it would be the “biggest single thing” Labour could do to “rescue” Scotland from the SNP.

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