He said: “It all depends on the mandate she’s going to ask the people to give her.
“If it is negotiating, for example, another referendum or holding a referendum.
“I think the a significant number of voters in Scotland know exactly what the number one priority is for the SNP.
“But as we’re trying to recover from COVID economically, I’m a bit more sceptical about their chances.”
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