Sunday Post columnist Donald MacLeod told politicians that they were treating voters “appallingly” as he appeared on BBC Scotland’s Debate Night.
Donald was sitting on a panel with the SNP’s Westminster leader, Ian Blackford, Scotland office minister Colin Clark, Labour shadow Scottish secretary Lesley Laird and Scottish Lib Dem constitution spokesperson Wendy Chamberlain.
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On the topic of Brexit, he said: “Honestly, you guys have had three years, and what have you done? You’ve wrecked it, you’ve totally wrecked it.
“Every single one of these parties have mucked [voters] about. They keep doing it.
“Whether you believed in Boris’ prorogation or whatever, they’re all rogues.”
He added: “I’m a nationalist and I wanted to leave, a third of nationalists voted leave. Rightly or wrongly that’s where we are.
“We have to respect the vote because when it comes to an indy referendum you’ll want the vote respected then and I want it respected then.”
Donald also lashed out at the “unedifying scenes” in parliament.
The full episode, which covered a range of topics, can be viewed on iPlayer here.