The SNP member backed his party leader Nicola Sturgeon’s call to hold a second Scottish independence referendum if her demands for access to the single market aren’t met by the Prime Minister.
Speaking to RT, Mr Dornan said: “We are the party that is accused of narrow nationalism and I have never heard so much rampant national on these islands as I have from the Brexiteers over the last year or so.
“We want to be internationalist and they want to close their borders to anybody outside of these islands.
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I have never heard so much rampant national on these islands as I have from the Brexiteers
“I think it is quite a shameful position they are taking and it is one they will regret over the coming years.”
Mrs Sturgeon last week accused pro-Brexit ministers in Westminster of “grabbing power” from Scotland by refusing to honour referendum pledges to protect the country’s farmers.
The First Minister said there was mounting anxiety that Andrea Leadsom, the Environment and Agriculture Secretary, wanted to impose a UK-wide agriculture policy and seize control over about £500million in Scottish farm subsidies.
Mrs Sturgeon told the National Farmers Union of Scotland’s annual conference in Glasgow this would undermine the clear legal position set out in successive acts of parliament that Holyrood was in charge of setting distinctive agricultural policy and overseeing funding in Scotland.
Mr Dornan echoed her views and said while Brexit has not produced any extraordinary downturn to the UK’s economy, it will soon change after formal negotiations begin.
He added: “It looks like the opinion polls are starting to indicate that the UK’s position on Brexit is not going down well with the people of Scotland.
“We haven’t even seen the impact that it is going to have yet, we are at the very early stages.
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“Once Theresa May signs her Article 50 letter, then I think the people of Scotland and the UK are going to see just the devastation they have brought about by their internal party politics.”
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However, the SNP’s desire to maintain Scotland’s EU membership has been dealt a severe blow after they were told they “must join the euro”.
Jacqueline Minor, the European Commission’s UK representative, savaged Ms Sturgeon’s hopes for a special Brexit deal and suggested the Scottish Government would have no place at the negotiation table.
She also confirmed Scotland would be put to the back of the queue if it tried to join the failing Brussels bloc.
Ms Minor said: “The negotiations will be with the United Kingdom and that means essentially the Westminster Government.”
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