The newly-elected Labour chief at Holyrood additionally attacked the devolved Scottish National Party administration’s “divisive” plan to maintain a repeat of 2014’s independence referendum on the heels of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Newly-elected Scottish Labour Party chief Anas Sarwar has joined different opposition events in demanding embattled First Minister Nicola Sturgeon’s resignation.
Speaking on Sky News’ Sophy Ridge on Sunday morning, Sarwar stated Sturgeon ought to go on “principle” over allegations by her predecessor as first minister and Scottish National Party chief Alex Salmond that she misled the devolved Scottish Parliament and wasted taxpayers cash on a “biased” probe into sexual misconduct claims towards him.
Sarwar additionally opposed the SNP’s avowed plan to maintain a repeat of the independence referendum it misplaced in 2014 if it wins May’s Scottish Parliament elections, on the pretext of the UK’s exit from the European Union.
But the brand new Scottish Labour chief, the get together’s sixth in simply ten years, sadly struggled to consider something fascinating to say about himself so voters may get to know him higher: