So, their writers wibble a bit about the general election having been called:
The SNP, having formally demanded a second referendum, will find it difficult to produce a manifesto which does not make that its central plank. Failure to do so would disappoint its core support, although the party so recently said the ideal timing for indyref2 would not be until the shape of the Brexit negotiations was known.
But another general election might give them majority rather than minority government in Holyrood.
The Scottish P doesn’t have elections just because the Westminster one does.