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Ruth Davidson, David Mundell, Jeremy Corbyn and Kezia Dugdale, are the people who have been quoted the greatest number of times about Scottish National Party. You can find them on this page and an additional total of 14 people who have something to say about this topic. All the 18 quotes on this page are sorted by date and by name. You can also have access to the articles to get the context of the quotes. The most recent quote from Ruth Davidson is: “The SNP is not Scotland and they are acting against the majority wishes of the people of Scotland in putting forward their proposition on Monday. There are people right across Scotland, many, many thousands of them, that are so thankful for the prime minister to say let's take a pause on this. We have asked basic questions on things like currency, on things like a central bank, on things like whether we would even rejoin Europe as a full member, and Nicola Sturgeon seems unable to commit to that.”.

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John Lamont

It is only a week since Nicola Sturgeon announced her plans for an unwanted divisive second referendum out of the blue with no prior notice to anyone. As usual with the SNP, it is a case of double standards.

Theresa May

Right now we should be working together, not pulling apart. We should be working together to get that right deal for Scotland, that right deal for the UK. That's my job as prime minister and so for that reason I say to the SNP (Scottish National Par[...]

Robert Peston - iTv

Will you sanction a second referendum? So when is the time? Never while you're Prime Minister? What if Nicola Sturgeon holds a referendum anyway, without your permission?

Kevin Pringle

At the start of the last referendum, independence support was in the low 30s. This time around – before any campaigning in favour and having soaked up a lot of attacks against – Yes starts at perhaps 50%, according to the latest poll. That must be a[...]

Jeremy Corbyn

Next week Nicola Sturgeon must rule out a second referendum and get back to the bread and butter issues.

Kezia Dugdale

This is yet another attempt by Nicola Sturgeon to sow division and uncertainty, at a time when the country needs to pull together more than ever.

Alex Bell

With neither prepared to back down over the possibility of a second Scottish referendum, it’s a high-stakes fight for both. Nicola Sturgeon observed today that, if there is another independence referendum for Scotland, it would be “common sense” to [...]

Murdo Fraser

Never mind bringing forward plans for a second referendum, the SNP needs to own up to the lies it told in the first. Andrew Wilson has admitted that even the SNP knew its claims about an oil 'boom' were rubbish. Nicola Sturgeon and John Swinney shou[...]

Gordon Wilson

The Scottish National party must exercise extreme care if, as it appears, it is caught in a political vortex and cannot avoid holding a second referendum on independence at the worst possible time. For many supporters, that is not the only problem. [...]

David Mundell

I don't think another independence referendum is inevitable at all. I still hope that Nicola Sturgeon would take it off the table, end that uncertainty, work with the UK Government to get that best possible deal for Scotland. Of course there could b[...]

Nancy Smith

The worst thing I can think of is Nicola Sturgeon using this as an excuse. I want Scotland to remain part of the UK.

Ruth Davidson

[The] Scottish National Party should have the good grace to accept that many of its own demands – including the protection of workers' rights, and the protection of rights for the EU citizens in Britain and cross-border cooperation on tackling crime[...]

David Cameron

Frankly I look forward to having the debate because I think that there have been too many in the SNP (Scottish National Party) who are happy to talk about the process. They are happy to talk about the process, they don't want to talk about the subst[...]

Tom Devine

In the 1950s, it was regarded as a lunatic fringe. So what happened, first of all, was the switch from ethnic nationalism to civic nationalism. That is, it didn't really matter where you were born as long as you supported the cause of independence. [...]

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