The Scottish Tories are now on the path to blocking the Scottish National party a majority at Holyrood, Ruth Davidson has insisted.
The Scottish Conservative leader said in a conference yesterday that Scotland has “passed peak Nat” and insisted that the Tory now have the strength to block an SNP majority, as they did in 2016.
“Over the last few weeks, something in Scotland has changed. We’ve passed ‘peak Nat’ and, more and more, Scotland is saying ‘enough’,” said Davidson.
She then urged Scots to vote for Tory as this is the only way “to stop that SNP majority”.
The Tory chief argued that instead of being “dragged back” into another independence referendum, Scottish leaders need to be focusing on pandemic recovery.