ROSA KLEBB SETS OUT PLANS FOR SCOTTISH GOVERNMENT
First Minister vows not to get side-tracked by day to day nonsense like Education and Health in ongoing crusade for independence
FIRST MINISTER ROSA KLEBB has today set out the Scottish government's priorities for the next year.
Ms Klebb's SNP formed a minority government after winning 63 seats in May's Scottish Parliament elections. After the opening of parliament with the new ‘chant of independence’, she told MSPS that Holyrood was operating in a "new political, economic and constitutional context" but despite this they would be focusing on just one issue.
“I won’t allow meaningless nonsense like Education and Health get in the way of the main business of Hollyrood, namely the ongoing crusade to banish the Sassenachs from these shores.
Ms Klebb said the programme would also set out how the Scottish government would seek to protect Scotland's interests, particularly its economic interests, following the Brexit vote.
“We might fiddle about with a bit of hospital funding and some other pish, but mostly we’re waging war on the basta’ English. Now beat your chest with me or away back home!”