Douglas Ross made the accusation during the last televised debate of the campaign, only to be told by the First Minister: “No we won’t.
I’ve always said that, Douglas.” Sturgeon - whose party is on course to win an overall majority according to two polls published on Tuesday - insisted her priority would be to steer Scotland out of lockdown and focus on the national recovery.
But the SNP leader said she does plan to ask Scots to vote on the constitutional question again "in the fullness of time". She added: “I know Douglas that your campaign has perhaps not been the most successful campaign, but don’t start to issue smears and just tell untruths about my position and what I’ve said."The SNP leader continued: “I’ve said consistently all.Read more on dailyrecord.co.uk