PMQs: Boris Johnson shuts down ‘irresponsible’ IndyRef2 calls
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Boris Johnson unleashed a brutal slapdown on the SNP and their demands for another independence referendum during a fiery clash in the House of Commons. Mr Johnson told MPs that the only thing that Ian Blackford’s party could think about was how to “break up this country, destroy this country.” The Prime Minister called on the SNP to instead “tackle the issues that matter to the people of Scotland.”
The Prime Minister said: “Tackle the tax regime that they put in place.
“To do better on fighting crime and drug addiction in Scotland.
“They should be looking a the issues that really matter to in my view to the people of Scotland.
“Instead they are going into the elections next month yet again on a campaign to break up this country, it is all they can think of.”
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Mr Johnson added: “Break up this country, call for a referendum.
“Break up this country, destroy our country and call a referendum.
“In a way which I think is completely irresponsible at a very difficult time.
“When we want to bounce back stronger together.”
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