There is now no doubt - they'll sacrifice Scotland's interests and jobs because they're far more concerned about winning votes from UKIP.
It shows that the Tories could be set to unseat SNP depute leader Angus Robertson in Moray.
"There are many others where we are just a few points behind, with the Tories a distant third".
Susan Aitken spoke out after a "historic" result saw the SNP become the largest party in the authority for the first time in its history.
The latest PA general election projection also had the Conservatives well ahead with 381 projected seats and Labour on 181.
"The cliché is that it's a two-horse race, but it really is, and we will be leading Scotland's fightback against the SNP".
But even if everyone who voted independent would have voted SNP in a general election (a highly improbable supposition), that clearly can not account for all of the difference between the two performances.
Opinion polls giving May's Tories a lead of nearly 20 points over their main rivals, the Labour Party, could be wrong because United Kingdom surveys were misleading in earlier elections, she will say, according to emailed extracts of her speech.
But she insisted the SNP had "won this election comfortably" with her party ending up with "more votes, more seats, more councils where we are the largest party, not just compared to every other party but compared to five years ago".
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Across Scotland, we also know people are looking for somebody to stand up to the SNP.
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I said before I'd love to score the winning goal and for it to happen is brilliant. We've got the team, we've got the belief, so next season hopefully it's our year".
Rennie said these local results were a "springboard" for June's general election campaign. To show they can't take Scotland for granted.
"We wait to see what the future of unionism is going to be north of the Border".
She insisted there was "not a shred of disappointment" that the SNP had failed to secure an overall majority in Glasgow City Council, where Labour had been in power since 1980. On May 4th, vote Scottish Labour.
It says Ruth Davidson's party is now ahead in 15 constituencies in Scotland and may defeat the SNP in parts of the country it previously regarded as unwinnable.
"Labour will run a positive campaign that rejects the divisiveness of the Tories and their plans for a hard Brexit, and the divisiveness of the SNP's plans for a second independence referendum".
"In standing up to the SNP's drive for separation, she is now more in touch with Scotland than Nicola Sturgeon".
She is expected to say: "Theresa May's extraordinary attacks on our European partners demonstrate that an unchecked Tory government is prepared to pursue a chaotic hard Brexit if it is in the interests of the Tory Party, whatever the cost to Scotland".
Aitken says she is exploring a deal with Glasgow's seven Green councillors, which would give the administration 46 votes, against Labour's 31 and the Conservatives' seven.
But even if everyone who voted independent on Thursday would have voted SNP in a general election (a highly improbable supposition in itself), that clearly can not account for all of the difference between the two performances.
The party polled 4.1% of first preference votes, an increase on the last election.