Nicola Sturgeon ‘will be looking for another job’ in 2021 if election goes badly for SNP

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The Scottish Conservative Councillor for Cupar, Tony Miklinski told Express.co.uk that the SNP leader has political enemies queueing up for her. He added the longer the First Minister stays in power the more vulnerable she will become. 

Ms Sturgeon said: “Nicola Sturgeon is secure as long as Nicola Sturgeon wants to be secure.

“She has been in power a long time, the longer you’re in power the more enemies you make.

“They are certainly queueing up.

“She is an able politician but the longer she is there the more vulnerable she becomes.

“I expect to see her go through this election but if it goes badly for her, I wouldn’t quite bet my pension, but I am fairly certain she’ll be looking for another job.”

The Scottish Conservative councillor also told Express.co.uk that Ms Sturgeon may step down after one final independence push.

Mr Miklinski stated that the SNP leader is running Scotland poorly and that everywhere you look across the country’s education, health and economic policies it can be seen that Government is failing.

He added that Scotland’s First Minister is wasting her political talents continuing to “flog a dead horse” by backing the independence movement.

Mr Miklinski said: “I think she will go, I think she has been around for long enough.

“She has political talents, but she is continuing to flog a dead horse which is the independence argument.

“While we get the Bravehearts with the face painting and the parades, it does not add up when it comes down to it.

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“She has got a country to run and she is not doing it well.”

Ms Sturgeon has however claimed her case for an independent Scotland is stronger than ever. 

She said on Friday: “As we’re seeing across the Atlantic just now, politicians who rage against democracy don’t prevail.

“Let’s not dignify this rubbish. Instead, let’s keep making and winning the case for independence. Power doesn’t belong to politicians – it belongs to the people.”

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