Chopper’s Politics: Ian Blackford on Scottish Independence and why Boris Johnson should resign

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In a Chopper’s Politics podcast first, Ian Blackford, the SNP leader of Westminster, joins Christopher Hope as his favourite table in the Red Lion pub. While Britain is distracted by BYOB boozy parties, Ian and Chris get stuck into one of the big political questions of the next few years: will we soon see an Independent Scotland. Plus Ian reveals what it’s really like having to work with a Tory government, claims Scotland will keep the pound in the event they leave the union, and makes it clear that he will not stand for anti-Englishness in the SNP.

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