SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford was slapped down by Boris after saying his constituents were facing their worst nightmare after being held back from selling fresh shellfish to the EU due to Brexit red tape.
Long time remainer and second referendum advocate Ian Blackford said: “after loading the lorry with fresh local seafood as he’s done for the 35 years, his driver faced bureaucracy and delays.
“Brexit red tape now means that 40,000, of his fresh, high-quality produce is lost, unable to be sold.
“Mr Speaker that 40,000 produce is income for over 100 local families, in many remote and fragile communities.
“Can the prime minister tell my constituent, where is the sea of opportunity, that he and his Scottish Tories promised?
Boris didn’t hold back saying: “we’re putting £100million into supporting the fishing industry in Scotland and across the whole of the UK.
“It’s the policy of Scottish Nationalist Party not just to break up the United Kingdom under their hair-brain scheme, but also to take Scotland back into the EU and hand back control of Scottish fisheries to Brussels.”
The Prime Minister has a point, how can the Scottish National Party claim to be on the Fishermen’s side when the SNP want to give back Scottish fishing waters to the EU.