This is not helpful. This is precisely the sort of statement that is capatalised on by manipulative and dark forces like the Conservatives and the DUP and exploited to strengthen them. They use this play this off of the SNP, Labour, the Lib Dems and all other progressive parties. I understand your frustration, the Tories are in power largely down to their strong results in Scotland, just as I understand the previous frustration of the Scottish electorate with concern to always voting against the Tories and seemingly always getting them. But it should be noted: those MP's won't be able to vote on matters that directly affect you and only you Lee: Chris Grayling's much 'beloved' (read as loathed) EVEL (no, seriously) proposals came into effect last year where only English MP's can vote on English exclusive matters. The facts are simply this: the SNP should not have run on a platform where indyRef2 was so hardly fought for. They had previously been extremely shrewd at detecting the mood for change and I think there was a real division within the party about whether or not to push for this so hard and so soon. That division clouded their judgment and combined with their shaky track record in government in Scotland. What really matters is how many seats can a progressive alliance north of the border take off the Tories in the event of a new election before, during or just after the Brexit negotiations.