BORIS Johnson has warned that allowing indyref2 will result in chaos.

In his speech to the Tory party conference yesterday he accused the SNP of trying to get Jeremy Corbyn into Downing Street as part of their “programme for total national discord”.

He compared the Labour politician to a former Russian leader.

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Johnson told delegates: “It now appears that the SNP may yet try to bundle him towards the throne like some Konstantin Chernenko figure, reluctantly propelled to office in a Kremlin coup, so that they get on with their programme for total national discord.”

The SNP would, he added, turn “2020 – which should be a great year for this country – into the chaos and cacophony of two more referendums.

“A second referendum on Scottish independence, even though the people of Scotland were promised that the 2014 vote would be a once in a generation decision.

“And a second referendum on the EU? Can you imagine?Another three years of this?”

Johnson, who has now been Prime Minister for 70 days, also used his first speech as leader to the Tory party conference, paid tribute to former Scottish Tory leader Ruth Davidson.

Since the staunch Remainer’s decision to stand down last month, the party in Scotland has now moved to back Johnson’s No-Deal Brexit policy,

The Prime Minister told conference: “I say to Ruth Davidson as well, thank you for everything you did for the cause of Conservatism and unionism in Scotland, and Ruth, we will honour your legacy too.”

He also hit out at the Scottish Government’s ambition to keep Scotland in the EU, saying it would be a betrayal of the country’s fishermen.

“We will take back control of our fisheries and the extraordinary marine wealth of Scotland.

“It is one of the many bizarre features of the SNP that in spite of being called names like Salmond and Sturgeon they are committed to handing back those fish to the control of the EU.

“We want to turbo-charge the Scottish fishing sector; they would allow Brussels to charge for our turbot”.

SNP MP Stephen Gethins hit back at the Prime Minister.

He said: “Boris Johnson’s Brexit ‘take it or leave it’ threat is utterly unacceptable and yet another push towards a catastrophic No-Deal exit.

“It’s clear that if Johnson pursues crashing out of the EU without a deal – hitting jobs, public services and people’s livelihoods – then the blame will lie solely and squarely at the door of the Tory party.

“Boris Johnson is in no position to issue ultimatums to anyone – from Parliament to our EU partners – because he is duty bound to obey the law.

“If this latest proposal – as it is looking increasingly likely – is not acceptable to Brussels or Dublin, then he must seek an extension to the October 31 deadline as the law requires him to do.

“If he does not and instead chooses to flout the law, then it is clear beyond any doubt that he must be removed from office without delay.

“The SNP will do everything we can to prevent a damaging Brexit and protect our economic and social interests.

“It is vital that other opposition parties put the national interest ahead of party interests and ramp up efforts to get rid of Boris Johnson by uniting around a vote of no confidence, securing an extension and calling an election.”

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Meanwhile, Johnson’s language was “called out” by one of his Scottish Tory MPs.

Kirstene Hair said the Prime Minister – and Scottish ministers – needed to be wiser with words.