Labour can­di­date against Cor­byn’s in­dyref 2 stance

Scottish Daily Mail - - The Brexmas Election -

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

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