There's desperate, there's dishonest, and then there's plain daft. Plain daft is where London Labour's Scottish satellite is at.
I fail to understand how a minority government "forced through a vote". That would be majority government. For a minority administration to get anything through parliament requires a degree of cooperation and/or consensus, in this instance provided by the Greens. In other words, there was a majority in the Scottish Parliament for a second independence referendum, and this was reflected in Tuesday's vote. Nothing was "forced". If anything, the only forcing being done, is by the Tory Government at Westminster, determined to drag Scotland out of the EU against our will, and to make sure we can't do anything about it before it is too late. Labour would realise this if they weren't obsessing over an increasingly unattractive union.