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The lack of planning before or since the referendum. The lack of direction. The lack of detail about what our future relationship with the EU might look like. The lack of any semblance of a clue about what happens next, is absolutely disgraceful. Now, I hope that the Prime Minister does keep her word to listen to Scotland.
But every time I hear high handed, arrogant comments from the Tories to the effect that Scotland should know her place. That Westminster is boss and that we all simply have to like it or lump it, whatever it is decided. I know that we are right to keep our third option on the table.
And that is the option of considering again, in these very different circumstances, if Scotland should become an independent country.