Scottish Nationalists are said to be 'saddened' to hear the people of Exeter won't support another independence referendum. SNP leader, Nicola Sturgeon, is said to be 'gutted' that the Conservative leadership hustings determined the future of Scottish independence.
'It would have been nice to have been invited to put our case to the people of Exeter, given the amount of influence they have on Scotland, and Scotland on them,' said a SNP spokesman today.
In the hustings programmed for the next two weeks the future of changes to the Russian Parliament is to be determined by Conservative Party members in Stroud and the decision regarding raising the Federal Reserve interest rates will be determined by other members in Wrexham.
A spokesman for the Conservative Party denied that the 180,000 members might be overstepping their authority or that the power of making decisions on behalf of the other 99.7% of the population had gone to their collective heads.