Frank Lutz says Sturgeon is a 'wonderful communicator'
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Political commentator and consultant Frank Lutz highlighted the growing support for Nicola Sturgeon in Scotland. While speaking to Dan Wootton on GB News, Mr Lutz answered questions from listeners on Ms Sturgeon’s future. He argued she would not go anywhere due to her ability to do her job well and frustrate Boris Johnson.
He also warned another referendum would prove an issue for the Prime Minister due to growing support against the four nations.
Mr Wootton said: “We have had lots of people from Scotland writing in tonight.
“I think this tweet from Arthur sums it up perfectly.
“He writes: ‘ Frank, Please turn your attention to Sturgeon, when will her time be up?'”
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Mr Luntz replied: “I hate to tell you this, well actually no I don’t hate to tell you this.
“I’m sorry to tell you this, her time is not going to be up for a long time.
“She is a wonderful communicator, she knows how to connect with her constituents.
“She knows how to expand the support of her party.
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“She knows how to get under the Prime Minister’s skin.
“She is basically asking the people of Scotland, in a very explicit way, who do you want to be governed by?
“Me up her in Scotland or Boris Johnson in Westminster in London.
“There is an increasing number of people in Scotland who want home rule and really don’t agree with the four nations.”
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Mr Luntz went on to discuss the question of Scottish independence.
He concluded that it could prove a bigger issue for Westminster this time around due to the growth of nationalism.
He said: “For that Scottish question, I would not be exceedingly optimistic about what happens should they call a referendum in the next 2 or three years.
“Even though Europe continues to expand its appeal in the eastern part, there is a major effort across the globe to individualise and nationalise.
“I think the referendum will be even more difficult than it was a few years ago.”
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