There must be no veto on our right to decide our own future
owned water, before adding: “I could go on.”
The SNP leader said her MPs would be willing to join in a “progressive alliance” with others to “lock the Tories out of Downing Street”.
However, she laid down preconditions for co-operation.
Top of the list was a second referendum on Scottish independence.
Sturgeon said: “There must be no veto on the right of the people of Scotland to decide their own future. Our message is if you cannot support the most fundamental of democratic principles then the SNP cannot and will not support you.”
She also said that Trident was on the table, describing its removal as a “key element” of securing the party’s support.