Nicola Sturgeon has hit back at Theresa May after the Prime Minister said that the SNP had to "get on with the day job" during Prime Minister's Questions. 

Addressing the House of Commons, Theresa May said: "Under the SNP and government in Scotland, what we are seeing is public services getting worse because the SNP are focussing on holding another independence referendum.

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"It's time the SNP stopped ignoring those millions of Scots that do not want another independence referendum and got on with the day job and focus on the issues that matter to people like schools and the economy." 

Nicola Sturgeon hit back at the PM saying: "Just back from launching a new export plan for Scotland to hear the latest evidence of the PM’s complete lack of self-awareness. As @scotgov gets on with the job, she has no legislation, no policies, no sign of a Queen’s speech, and no clue on how to solve Brexit."