A spokesman, Andrew Marr, said that when Nicola Sturgeon hits last week using words like "waiting for settling dust" at Holyrood, the prospect of a second independent vote .
It is worthy of comparison to what you said about Sturm Maim and to the comments made in the less formal environment of the Independence for Women of Independence Conference in Perth yesterday. WfI was one of the most prominent and unordered groups in the 2014 campaign. Since then, we have been successfully recreated into a broad group of campaigns. This is the first time Sturgeon made a speech at one of their events. Of course, the meeting was held long before the crisis last week, but her appearance is nonetheless interesting.
She has already told WFI activists that "the end of the spectrum is coming to an end," she said, "not through a democratic decision on the majority of the Scottish people, but on the path to independence." The joke to dismantle the union is easy when she has done so far.
She told the delegates that she had sympathy for the Convent of Theresa, and she was surrounded by deadly men to treat David Cameron, but last week she added "I have greatly strengthened my case for independence."
Sturm also called for the Commons Alliance for negotiations. What Marr did not ask her was whether her alliance included Jacob Rees-Mogg. She said to them, "Those who do not think this deal is the right way are now responsible for gathering together alternatives." She said she and Jeremy Corbyn would discuss it with others. I will be visiting London this weekend. She especially likes to talk to Corbyn, saying, "I listened to him. [on Sky] Jeremy Corbyn's lack of leadership says he will act differently. So, if I can help make the labor a place where we can merge, I will be willing and willing to work. "
Of course this is not the first time Sturgeon has proposed a progressive form of alliance led by Westminster's SNP and did not go so well to Ed Miliband in the 2015 general election.
Well, Marr will always struggle to compete with Ridge, who has both afternoon and opposition leaders. But here is a brief summary.
Former Brexit minister Dominic Raab insisted that the quickest route to "no deal" was a bad deal. like is now being announced.
However, he rejected the worst-case scenario presented in the no-trade scenario. He argues that any negotiation is "manageable" A "grit" and a fiscal approach allow you to apply a "logging booster" to your economy and support projects. In the long run it is better than the current proposed deal.
Raab said the deal was near, but the last minute change meant he could not support it "consciously".. He argued that the prime minister should return to the EU and renegotiate.
But he insisted that he liked and respected the prime minister and fully supported her. She will not demand her resignation.
Nicola Sturgeon, the first Secretary of Scotland, said she would "make a clear resolution" to the EU's proposal in May. Before taking a position on whether the SNP will propel the second independent vote as a result.
The sturgeon should be extended in May. Article 50 Brexit Changes the trading direction.
Sturgeon suggested that the SNP could drive a completely different deal with the Labor Party and other parties.Surrounding the idea of defending the United Kingdom from a single market and Customs Union.
But there must have been real debate and people should be given the option to stay in the EU, she said.
Shami Chakrabarti, Attorney General Shadow said "theoretically" Brexit could stop.But from that moment on, the country was walking a long way.
She said lawmakers have an obligation to vote in negotiations. Because it was "the worst bureaucratic fuzzy".
She went to the country in May and called for a general election.
Raab questioned the worst-case scenario presented. If you have a fiscal approach and apply the "Rocket Booster" to your economy and support projects, you will be able to see and benefit in the long run.
Marr told Dominic Raab, who negotiated the deal, his deal.
Raab says that Britain is close to a smart and pragmatic deal, but if there are fatal flaws, there are two or three opportunities in the last minute.
He can not sign a good conscience, he says.
Conceptually we have left the EU, but we take a linked appraoch to Northern Ireland and threaten the union. He also talked about a single market that does not have the option of opting for a custom combination and the option to opt out.
Future relations will be tariff alliances, single market hybrids, which will be destructive for future countries.
He said he did not make a satisfactory choice about who asked for the negotiations.