Boris Johnson: Minister in Scotland calls to explain the Prime Minister's trip

because Boris Johnson on him ScotlandAn invitation from the Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon A Scottish National Party (SNP) minister has requested clarification from the UK Prime Minister.

“It is up to Boris Johnson to explain why talks with our first minister on recovering from the pandemic are not a priority for him,” Constitutional and Foreign Affairs Minister Angus Robertson told dpa.

Conflicts between London and Edinburgh

The politician, who represented Sturgeon as a member of the Scottish National Party, said he was “confused” why Johnson had not accepted the invitation. Sturgeon’s own fish had previously suspected that people might find the cancellation process “very funny”.

Johnson had set out on a two-day trip to Scotland on Wednesday, but declined the invitation to Government House. conflict point between London Edinburgh is the Scottish ambition for independence from the United Kingdom. Sturgeons want another referendum on independence after the pandemic and, at best, lead their country to an independent future and return to the European Union.

Robertson, who is also of German descent, was a former leader of the Scottish National Party parliamentary group in the British Parliament and a former BBC correspondent. In the regional elections on May 6, he won the Scottish capital’s Edinburgh Central Constituency as a direct candidate.

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