Doesn’t even call Scotland home! Brian Cox is furious as he lavishes adulation on Nicola Sturgeon.
BRIAN Cox has been chastised for recently praising Nicola Sturgeon and Scottish independence.
Mr Cox, an Oscar winner, has complimented Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon’s “amazing” efforts and expressed his support for the country’s independence. “Brian Cox doesn’t even reside in Scotland,” remarked a Twitter user in response to Mr. Cox’s remarks. “He says it’s too moist to live there,” the Twitter user Shrodingers Borderline Semi Normal added. However, one of the Twitter user’s followers criticized the remark, saying, “Neither do you, but you have an opinion.”
Brian Cox, an actor, told the Guardian about his transformation from a Labour voter to a passionate supporter of Scottish independence.
In an interview with the Guardian, the 75-year-old actor discussed his early political shift.
Mr. Cox, who was born in Dundee, has won a Golden Globe.
Ms. Sturgeon, the Scottish First Minister, is doing a “amazing job,” he remarked.
“However, Nicola is doing an incredible job,” he continued. And, in any case, I believe it is up to the ladies. Women, in my opinion, should be in charge. “I’m a white dinosaur,” says the narrator. He did say, though, that he “hates” the word “nationalism.”
“There will be other parties than the SNP,” the actor remarked of Scotland’s future.
“When we become an independent country, the worldview will have to shift.”
The news comes after Ian Blackford, the SNP’s Westminster leader, said the Conservative Government’s latest border revision inquiry might cause “serious disruption.”
Robert Hayward, a Tory peer, has warned that the SNP may face challenges as a result of the review, which might result in Scotland losing two seats, thus weakening Ms Sturgeon’s grip on power north of the border.
According to London Playbook, he said: “However, there could be significant disruption for the three Lib Dem mainland constituencies as well as Ian Blackford’s seat.
“All of which are significantly undersized.”
Seat realignment is expected to be finalized in October 2023.