That reminds me I was going to post this the other day:Eight times Brexiteers said leaving the EU wouldn't mean a Scottish referendum
Farage, of course, figures among the usual suspects:
Last May, the then-Ukip leader called the prospect of Nicola Sturgeon calling a second Scottish independence referendum "moonshine":
"The idea that the UK votes for independence and Nicola Sturgeon tries to hold a referendum against independence, that amuses me to begin with . . . You mean a non-independence referendum. She would be voting against independence . . . This is an independence referendum we're having in the United Kingdom.
"With oil at 45, 50 bucks a barrel, it's moonshine. The Scottish people would not buy into that and the SNP know that too."