Miss Davidson said: 'If people want me to stop fighting independence there is a really simple way to make that happen Nicola – take your second referendum off the table.'Do what you promised the people of Scotland you would do and respect the result.'She accused Ms Sturgeon of breaking her promise to respect the will of the Scottish people - who voted against independence in 2014.At the time the SNP said the referendum was a once in a lifetime vote, but they have used leaving the EU as an excuse to try to hold another one.
And some questioned if she really was so hard up as pictures emerged of her sipping champagne and enjoying a holiday in New York.
Miss Austin hit out at the 'abuse' her critics had thrown at her in a post on Facebook.
After 1300 a much greater variety and quantity of goods was produced and consumed across the globe.
Textiles, furnishings and items of apparel formed a key part of this unprecedented diffusion of objects and increased interaction with overseas worlds.
'And the NHS, you say that you have ploughed millions into it, I'm a nurse and I can't manage on the salary I have.'I have to go to food banks, I am struggling to pay bills.
I want you to explain to me, do you know one area where that has gone?
Tailoring was transformed by new materials and innovative techniques in cutting and sewing, as well as the desire for a tighter fit to emphasise bodily form, particularly of men’s clothing.
Merchants expanded markets in courts and cities by making chic accessories such as hats, bags, gloves or hairpieces, ranging from beards to long braids.
It's just not a sustainable income, we can't live on it.'She added: 'You have no idea how demoralising it is to work within the NHS.'She made a direct plea to the First Minister, saying: 'Don't come on your announced visits, come in in the middle of any day to any ward, to any A&E department and see what we're up against.' The First Minister said: 'I have a lot of sympathy with what you are saying.