Alex Salmond dismissed fresh gloomy economic figures for Scotland under the reign of the Scottish Native Party (SNP)
However, during an entire interview on the Andrew Marr Indicate, the former SNP leader failed to spell out how his nationalist party would bring back the losses.
Scotland’s economy has shrunk in the last quarter, losing thousands of undertakings, while in contrast Britain’s economy grew during that time.
In an interview this morning with Andrew Marr, Mr Salmond state the SNP could not do anything to stop this economic downturn.
The former SNP conductor insisted that Scotland would regain the job losses, before tip Britain that its post-Brexit boom will falter.
But, Marr prolonged to point out Scotland’s feeble job figures as well as the fact that “at sparsest half of the people in Scotland do not want a referendum”.
The SNP International Affairs Spokesman alienated from the gloom-and-doom economic news to firm promises of Scottish home rule.
He told Marr: “Theresa May’s line will crumble. No British Prime Look after can stand in the way against the democratic wishes.”
Mr Salmond added: “Even Thatcher was superior to recognise the self-determination of the Scottish people.
“Theresa May’s line that now is not the one of these days is not going to stand.
“David Cameron’s line did not stand and neither liking Theresa May. Her line will crumble.
“Take my word for it, there wishes be a referendum in Scotland. We will have that choice.”
The Scottish MP also remained adamant that “the change of people in favour of independence will grow”.
He then warned that “self-determination back is like justice, self-determination denied”.
Later on the Andrew Marr Accord, Mr Salmond said: “The right time for an independence referendum is when the British Brexit see to is known so the Scottish people can decide between Brexit and an independent Scotland in Europe.
“We possess Spain’s approval, and Merkel’s key ally saying our accession into the EU disposition be speedy.
“There is a warm friendship towards Scotland, while Britain has no reliability at all.”