SNP PUTTING ALL THEIR EGGS INTO ONE BASKET.
Putting all your political eggs into one basket is a risky business especially when on the subject of getting your vote out to stay in the EU.
Recent polls in Scotland are just as fragile as they are in England with regards to EU support.
SNP’s strategy seems to be the hope that either the conservatives or UKIP forces a referendum that leaves Scotland voting as a nation of wanting to stay in therefore creating an constitutional crisis and the Scottish Government seeking to get a yes vote to effectively break away from the UK government by default.
Only seven weeks ago the Westminster lead parties was telling the Scottish people if we voted NO will would never get to stay in the EU, now they are saying they want to leave, the Scottish farming communities must be over joyed they voted No to stay in the UK only for them to now strengthen the party that now wants to leave all-together.
It seems the Better Together Campaign thinks staying within the UK as one big family is a great idea but leaving the EU and not being together seems more sense, what, but that’s our personal view?
During the Referendum debates it was clear their was many farmers that feared losing EU subsidies that keeps them in business and only 2 months later the very same no voters are wishing they actually voted yes instead.
The trouble is, outside the farming community it’s not certain by any means that Scotland wants to stay in the EU and if they vote no what will be SNP’s Plan B for getting the UK parliament to back a second Scottish independence Referendum (no chance)?
Putting all your political eggs into one basket is not a good political move especially if Scotland votes to leave the EU.