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Nicola Sturgeon, the SNP leader, has privately said that she would "rather see" David Cameron win the general election because Ed Miliband is not “prime minister material”, a leaked memorandum seen by The Telegraph has revealed.
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Responding to the claims, a spokesman for Ms Sturgeon said: "As the First Minister has said, this story - which is based on a UK government document - is categorically, 100 per cent untrue. "As Nicola has said on numerous occasions, she wants to see the back of a Tory government which is decisively rejected by the people of Scotland and, unlike Labour, the SNP is the only party that had promised to lock David Cameron out of Downing Street." A spokesman for the French Embassy claimed that the meeting with Ms Sturgeon "did not touch on her personal political preferences with regards to the future prime minister".
Yesterday, Miss Sturgeon was mobbed after she returned to Scotland in scenes reminiscent of the "Cleggmania" recorded after the Liberal Democrat leader's success in the 2010 general election debates.
It's déjà vu all over again - the SNP say one thing in public but another private." Mr Rennie said: “It is astonishing that Nicola Sturgeon can look people in the eye and declare the SNP would never support the Conservatives in government when in private she secretly wants them to win.
"Despite her fluffy, positive words about working with the rest of the UK this reveals her sole ambition is to break up the UK.
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All of this was given on a confidential basis." It continues: "The Ambassador...a truncated meeting with the FM [Nicola Sturgeon, the First Minister] (FM running late after a busy Thursday…).
Discussion appears to have focused mainly on the political situation, with the FM stating that she wouldn’t want a formal coalition with Labour; that the SNP would almost certainly have a large number of seats...
I've no doubt that the Tories in government alone would fuel the Nationalist fires.