>> British Prime Minister, Theresa May, has accused the Scottish National Party of obsessing over a second independence referendum in the wake of the Brexit vote. In an interview with the BBC, she said the party should instead focus on improving public services in Scotland.>> The question isn't whether there could be a referendum, but whether there should be a referendum.
And I think in 2014, the people of Scotland voted to stay within the United Kingdom. It was described by the SNP as a once in a generation vote that took place a that time. I don't think people want a referendum today. And to me, politics isn't a game.
To me, politics is about people's lives. It's about delivering for people on the issues that really matter to them on a day-to-day basis. And I can't help but feel that the SNP has a tunnel vision about independence.>> Scotland voted to remain in the European Union. And since then, First Minister, Nicholas Sturgeon, has repeatedly said she will push for a new ballot on independence if the country is forced into a break with the bloc.
>> We haven't chosen a hard Brexit. We want a Brexit that is going to be right for the United Kingdom. And that means being right for all parts of the United Kingdom.>> May insists there should be no second referendum in Scotland. She'll deliver that message in person on Friday, telling her conservative party Scottish Conference in Glasgow that nationalists are treating politics as a game.