Sturgeon is caught in both thorns. Cold Turkey independence is gonna spook people, and another slate of people who voted for Brexit are going to be antagonised by readmission into the EU. So she has instability with two types of her base who want opposing things.
And Sturgeon won't have answers either given that Brexit negotiations haven't begun. So she'll only be able to give several possibilities in response to various unknowns. What goes in her favour is that the unionists in their various guises are loathed. Still, she has an unpleasant rearguard action to fight if she wants to hold the front intact.
not a great choice, But I certainly wouldn't give my vote to the flip flop Lib Dems who will sell your vote out.Hmm, well my first election for the EU was in 2009. I voted for an anti EU party, English democrats, would of gone for UKIP. But it didn't make any difference.
I've voted Green party, and Labour in the last several elections, 2014 EU, one Independent for Mayor in 2012, and Labour in 2016.
So as of now, there are two candidates for this part of Islington. Corbyn and a Liberal Democrat. I may consider for Corbyn since he is party leader.
Oh lord.She's a brilliant Operator who crushed Oppostion to A50 being triggered & who has a Record lead in the Polls.
I hope Nigel & her clean up.