The SNP has said Theresa May's review of devolution by unelected Tory Baron Dunlop, the former Thatcher adviser responsible for the Poll Tax, is a "last act of sheer desperation".
At Prime Ministers Questions, Ian Blackford mp said it was the Scottish people who will consider and decide the future of Scotland and the Scottish Parliament - not the Tories.
The SNP Westminster Leader said the Tories were "running scared" of an independence referendum, and Theresa May's legacy was shutting Scotland out and ignoring the will of the Scottish Parliament throughout her tenure.
Commenting after Prime Ministers Questions, Ian Blackford MP said:
"It is farcical that Theresa May thinks a last-minute review of devolution, in the dying days of her Premiership, by the unelected Tory Baron responsible for Thatcher's Poll Tax, will wash with the people of Scotland.
"It is the Scottish people who will consider and decide the future of Scotland and the Scottish Parliament - not the Tory Party who are running scared of an independence referendum.
"Theresa May has shown complete disregard for the Scottish Parliament throughout her tenure. Her real legacy has been shutting Scotland out, ignoring the will of the Scottish people, and ploughing ahead with her disastrous Brexit against our will.
"It is no wonder that support for independence in Scotland is growing, with polls showing a majority want a fresh independence referendum. People in Scotland deserve the choice of a better future than the Brexit Britain on offer from Westminster.
“Any pretence that Scotland will ever be treated as an equal partner in the UK has long gone. It is clearer than ever that the only way to properly protect Scotland’s interests is by taking our place as an equal, independent European nation.”