Labour candidate against Corbyn’s indyref 2 stance
A LABOUR candidate has said that Jeremy Corbyn’s stance on an independence referendum is a ‘problem’ for her.
Carolann Davidson, who is standing against Tory Paul Masterton in East Renfrewshire, said she would never vote for a section 30 order to be granted to the Scottish parliament to allow another referendum.
Her comments come after Jeremy Corbyn said he would only refuse another vote in the ‘early years’ of a Labour government but refused to rule it out for a full term.
Speaking on Sophy Ridge on Sunday, she said: ‘Scotland has had its independence referendum, we voted to stay in the UK. In East Renfrewshire, 63 per cent voted to stay so we don’t need another referendum.’
No vote: Carolann Davidson