Wednesday, 25 February 2009

Goldie's Letter to Salmond

Dear First Minister,

Can I remind you that when you are abroad, you represent Scotland as the First Minister of a devolved parliament, not as the leader of a minority party.

In giving a lecture in Georgetown on independence you have once again abused your position as First Minister. There is no majority for independence in Scotland. Indeed, opinion polls consistently show that separation from the rest of the United Kingdom is a minority aspiration.

As First Minister you speak for all of Scotland, not merely as the leader of one of Scotland's minority parties and it would be a gross distortion for you to imply otherwise.

Yours sincerely,
Annabel M Goldie MSP

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

I think she's said what the majority, or at least a huge minority, are thinking. Not that he will take a blind bit of notice. I fully expect him to start negotiations on independence without a majority pole in favour.

Anonymous said...

That should have read poll.