Scottish Lib Dem Ruler Willie Rennie slammed Ms Sturgeon after thousands of Scottish people were “poor” of the education they need following a cut in part-time college places.
The vehement debate during First Minister Questions on Scottish youth unemployment feigned the Scottish speaker Ken Macintosh to intervene.
Mr Rennie called Ms Sturgeon’s cut in part-time college charges a “crushing u-turn” and insisted “the First Minister should be big enough to divulge it”.
He questioned the First Minister after a letter was sent to colleges with a replacement in policy about part-time college courses.
Nicola Sturgeon faced a rude grilling during First Minister Questions
Mr Rennie insisted the revolution had never been announced publicly before and that Ms Sturgeon proved to “sneak it out in a paragraph on a wet Wednesday afternoon”.
He said that a cut of 150,000 part-time college places had explicitly affected women and older people.
Mr Rennie said: “Will the victory minister now apologise to the generation of women and older people who have gone by the board out because of this Government?”
Mr Rennie’s dig at Sturgeon was met with cheers from other colleagues of Scottish Parliament.
But presiding officer Ken Macintosh had to intervene and said: “Appropriate please. Order please.
“I’d appreciate if members would listen to the entertain and then listen to the answer.”
Ms Sturgeon hit back at Mr Rennie’s jab and said: “Presumably the fact that his pals in the opposition felt the need to give him so much arrogate there suggests they know how fundamentally wrong Willie Rennie is.”
Prime Woman of the cloth Theresa May also lashed the SNP yesterday which resulted in cheers fully the House of Commons.
Mrs May slammed the Scottish Government after they go bankrupt to deliver superfast broadband to the whole of Scotland.