'Theresa May's Stance On Scottish Independence Is Hypocritical' Says Shelagh

17 March 2017, 14:20

'There Are Holes In May's Argument About Scottish Independence'

Shelagh Fogarty says that Theresa May's stance on Scottish Independence is hypocritical.

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"There are holes" in Theresa May's argument against a second Scottish Independence referendum, says Shelagh Fogarty.

Theresa May has said that "now is not the time" for a second Scottish Independence referendum. 

The PM justified her stance, telling ITV News Scotland is already going through a huge change in terms of Brexit, and Scottish people needed a fuller picture before taking any decision on the future. 

But Shelagh Fogarty thinks this is hypocritical, and highlighted the clear flaw in her argument on her Friday afternoon LBC show.  

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