Brexit: Nicola Sturgeon
Nicola Sturgeon looks like the only person with a firm hand on the tiller in the UK, given the almost civil war within the Labour Party, the obviously divided and rudderless Conservatives, and the fact that Cameron is resigning. She’s the only one sounding calm, confident and more importantly the only one with what at least looks like a reasonable plan for the future.
Throughout a gruelling round of interviews on Sunday morning, and with the Westminster leaderships of both the Conservative and Labour parties in turmoil, Sturgeon was keen to emphasise that there was no leadership vacuum in Scotland.
“As I watch what’s happening in Westminster just now, the complete vacuum of leadership, it’s shameful what’s happened both in the Tory party and in Labour, I am determined that Scotland is going to be led, and led with purpose.”