SNP labels Boris Johnson as “the most unpopular Prime Minister in Scotland since Thatcher”.

A few days ago, Boris Johnson took a trip to Scotland to lay the groundwork to build a stronger United Kingdom post-Brexit. The UK government already has a base in Scotland, at the Queen Elizabeth House, which is positioned near St Andrews in the capital of Scotland.

The government building was opened last July and is reported to house around 3000 civil servants from the Scotland Office, the Competition and Markets Authority and HMRC.

During his recent time in Scotland, Mr Johnson was pictured holding crab and speaking with the fishermen to reiterate that the United Kingdom was going to regain its waters post-transition period at the end of December 2020.

It’s reported this morning that a Whitehall source told the Express newspaper that Boris is now stressing “the importance of the union” as Britain enters into a new era as an independent coastal nation. Boris stated that he wants the Cabinet to make “regular visits”.

White hall said Edinburgh, Cardiff and Belfast “are just as important as London”, that’s why “Boris Johnson wants to get the message out that Edinburgh is an important city.”

“Having Cabinet meetings here doesn’t just show the PM’s message about the strength of the Union but also that Scotland is part of the UK.”

Boris confirms Britain will take back its waters at the end of this year.
Boris talks to Scottish fishermen

With the media pushing a new Scottish independence narrative in the hopes the United Kingdom splits up, Mr Johnson has made it repeatedly clear. As long as he is PM, there will not be a second Scottish independence vote; especially now we are leaving the EU and with new horizons ahead.

Boris said during his trip to Orkney and Moray: “When I stood on the steps of Downing Street one year ago, I pledged to be a Prime Minister for every corner of the United Kingdom.”

“Whether you are from East Kilbride or Dumfries, Motherwell or Paisley, I promised to level up across Britain and close the opportunity gap.”

“The last six months have shown exactly why the historic and heartfelt bond that ties the four nations of our country together is so important, and the sheer might of our Union has been proven once again.”

Nicola Sturgeon continues the push for a second Scottish independence referendum

It’s obvious to say that Boris Johnson’s words have irritated the Nationalists in Scotland, whose bread and butter is to get Scotland away from the rest of the UK to gain independence while wanting to lose it by rejoining the EU.

An SNP cabinet Spokesperson and prominent remainer said: “It shows just how out-of-touch the Tories are with the people of Scotland, they think sending UK ministers up here a bit more often will erase the devastating impact due to decades of Tory policies have had on our country and the fact they are dragging us out of the EU against our will.”

“It also shows that Boris Johnson is in full-blown panic mode amid rising support for independence.”

“Boris Johnson is the most unpopular Prime Minister in Scotland since Thatcher. If he and his Cabinet want to visit Scotland more often I imagine that will only serve to highlight this further.”

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“It’s beyond any doubt that Westminster is simply not working for Scotland. Majority support for an independence referendum is now an established position and poll after poll has shown support for Scottish independence in the lead.

“The only way to properly protect Scotland’s interests is by becoming an independent country.”

Even though the SNP preach independence for Scotland, it’s clear that Scotland would lose its independence as the SNP would give it away in the hope to rejoin the EU.

Whichever way you look at this, Boris hasn’t had the chance yet to show how Britain can thrive outside of the clutches of the EU. Boris is a doer and has big enthusiasm for the UK to succeed globally as an independent coastal nation. When the SNP say Westminster is in a panic, we believe its the SNP who is in a panic as Boris Johnson is laying the groundwork for all parts of the UK to thrive in the coming post Brexit era.

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