The SNP has told Boris Johnson to respect the democratic will of Parliament and remove the threat of a catastrophic no-deal Brexit.
At Prime Ministers Questions, Ian Blackford said Johnson was "behaving more like a dictator than a democrat" and urged MPs to pass legislation blocking no-deal later today.
The SNP Westminster Leader said the party was ready for a general election - telling Boris Johnson to enable the bill and "bring it on".
A YouGov poll for The Times Scotland, published today, suggests the SNP could win 51 of Scotland’s 59 seats, with the Tories reduced to 3 and Labour down to 1.
Commenting after Prime Ministers Questions, Ian Blackford MP said:
"Boris Johnson must stop behaving like a dictator, respect the democratic will of Parliament - and take a catastrophic no-deal Brexit off the table.
"The Tory Leader has no mandate and no majority. He must accept the legislation today so no-deal can be avoided, and let us all vote for an election – that all parties must back - so the people can decide the next steps."