Conservative leader is not to be trusted
Sir, Before the vote on independence, Scots Tory leader Ruth Davidson promised that voting ‘no means we stay in’ the EU. That’s patently not true.
Before the vote on EU membership she said that the case for Brexit was based on ‘lies, fantasy economics’ and families ‘couldn’t afford’ it, and that thousands of Scottish jobs were ‘reliant on the exports we sell within the EU’. Now she claims it is an ‘opportunity’. I’d understand if she said we would have to make the best of a bad decision but now to claim that something that was lies is an opportunity is beyond credible.
After the Brexit vote she said she wanted the UK to stay in the European single market even if it meant having to accept free movement. Now she supports not being in that single market.
Now she is attacking council tax changes she claimed only last year were her party’s policy. How can anyone trust what they would do in power with such wildly changing positions?
Not even unionists can trust her. Andrew Stuart, Norfolk Court, Glasgow.