"If it's OK to have a general election in the middle of Brexit, why is it not ok to hold a second independence referendum?" he said.
She said: "This is a UK-wide election that will have major implications for Scotland, and only Labour or the Tories can form the next government".
He added: "We can't win, they say, because we don't play their game".
However this idea has not yet got the backing of the leader of the opposition Jeremy Corbyn, the report said.
"We respect the result of the referendum, but there still has to be an economic relationship with Europe".
"They said 'how can a working man go to parliament and represent people?'".
"I don't think that this election is about changing the government", Goodman said.
Conservative Party chairman Sir Patrick McLoughlin then seized on the comments, insisting Mr Corbyn was sowing "chaos" which would "disrupt our Brexit negotiations". He said that they should be "worried about a Labour government".
Cameron won his majority in the 650-seat House of Commons in 2015 in part by taking seats like Lewes from the Lib Dems, who were punished by voters for going into coalition with Cameron's Conservatives five years earlier.
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Mr Miliband had also been forced to rule out a coalition deal, informal or otherwise, with the SNP at Westminster - an issue that is widely believed to have cost Labour potentially dozens of marginal seats.
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He said Thursday that the election was about "what kind of country we want to have after Brexit".
Speaking at a meeting with MPs yesterday, Nicola Sturgeon suggested that she would seek to strike up a deal with other parties if the "parliamentary arithmetic" meant it could stop the Tories forming a government. A duty for all of us here today, the duty of every Labour MP, a duty for our half a million members - including the 2,500 who have joined in the last 24 hours.
A "morally bankrupt" Conservative Party was intent on preserving the system while cutting public services and blaming migrants and the unemployed for the woes of the economy, he said.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is firing a warning shot at Mike Ashley and other controversial business figures as he officially beings his party's General Election fight.
Accusing the party of putting forward "offensive and negative trash about our country", she said any attempt to denigrate the United Kingdom for poltical gain would be "shameful".
"It is wealth that should belong to the majority and not a tiny minority".
"Or are we going to be a country that works to make the rich even richer? The public want us to deliver on leaving the European Union and they want us to build that stronger Britain for the future beyond leaving the European Union".
"Labour campaigned against Brexit but accepted it. Jeremy will outline the need for a soft Brexit". "Why are so many people getting poorer?"
Invoking overtones of the type of message pushed home by US President Donal Trump, the Labour leader framed the election as establishment versus the people.
Supporting Corbyn's statement, Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale, said: "I told the NEC there is already is a progressive alliance in the United Kingdom: it's called the Labour Party".
At the same time, the leaders of the Green Party of England and Wales, Lucas and Jonathan Bartley, wrote a letter to Labour and the Liberal Democrats saying: "Britain is at a crossroads - and this election will dictate the very future of our country".