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Sturgeon ‘over-reacting to England game’ by demanding second independence referendum

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Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has been accused of over-reacting to the bad loss against England at the weekend by calling for a second independence referendum.

Sturgeon said that she wanted a second go at the referendum to give her something to do for the next two years.

A spokesman said:




“Mrs Sturgeon likes to have a project on the go at any one time. She’s already had a loft conversion done and in the next few weeks, she’s putting together a scrapbook of The Krankies. Once she’s finished that, she has no projects to get her teeth into so going for a second referendum means that she can keep her hands busy. It also means that she’ll be on telly a bit more than she has been for the last year and that’s always a good thing because she can start charging to open church fetes and that.”

The Scottish people turned down the idea of an independent Scotland in 2014.

One voter said:

“I didn’t like the idea of losing the News At Ten because I’ve always like Trevor McDonald. I then found out that he’d retired many years ago. I was all over the place. In the end I voted to stay in the UK in case Trevor McDonald ever had to stand in for someone else. I have no idea what I’m talking about to be honest.I just think she’s over-reacting to the England game on the weekend.”

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