Nats rest­less, so FM should watch her back

The Press and Journal (Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire) - - AGENDA -

SIR, – First Min­is­ter Ni­cola Stur­geon is un­der great pres­sure to seek a Plan B route to in­de­pen­dence in the full knowl­edge that Prime Min­is­ter Boris John­son will re­ject any re­quests for another Scot­tish ref­er­en­dum.

Fail­ure to have a “plan B” for a Scot­tish cur­rency in the ref­er­en­dum in 2014 was a ma­jor stum­bling block that added to the de­feat by the elec­torate and it now looks like his­tory is re­peat­ing it­self.

The SNP sup­port­ers are get­ting rest­less with her lack of progress to­wards in­de­pen­dence and loud whis­pers will be heard at the SNP con­fer­ence this week in Aberdeen hint­ing at a change of lead­er­ship.

Den­nis Forbes Grat­tan, Mugiemoss

Road, Bucks­burn, Aberdeen

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