The prime minister's stance will be read by Sturgeon and the Scottish National party as an open challenge to call the threatened referendum on independence, suggesting the Tories are confident they can defeat the SNP.
"An SNP government interested only in stoking-up endless constitutional grievance and furthering their obsession with independence, at the expense of Scottish public services like the NHS and education, was given a free pass by Labour", the PM added.
Attacking the SNP on public services, she will say Scotland's schools are "outperformed in every category" by those in England, Northern Ireland, Estonia and Poland.
"People in Scotland deserve a First Minister who is focused on their priorities - raising standards in education, taking care of the health service, reforming criminal justice, helping the economy prosper, improving people's lives".
Pro-Scottish Independence supporters with Scottish Saltire and European Union flags among others rally in George Square in Glasgow, Scotland, July 30, 2016 to call for Scottish independence from the UK. Declining standards in education are "a scandal" and the direct result of 10 years of the SNP being in power, she will tell delegates.
The Prime Minister used a speech to declare that Scottish Government will not be getting control over policy areas such as fishing and agriculture in the wake of Brexit.
The party's deputy leader Angus Robertson said: "This was an ironic, hypocritical and surreal speech from Theresa May, who before the European Union referendum supported a campaign warning that leaving Europe would be a disaster, but is now determined to pull us over the cliff edge of an economically catastrophic hard Brexit".
In return the United Kingdom government has so far been one of obstinacy and intransigence.
Ms Sturgeon hit back, accusing the Mrs May of using "the language of Westminster diktat" and claiming her ministers have sought "consensus and cooperation".
Mrs May said she is "looking very closely" at the document, adding that she intends to create a "good trade agreement that works for the whole of the United Kingdom, but crucially a trade agreement that works for Scotland as well".
There's not long to go now until the opening bell of one of the most animosity-filled grudge matches in British boxing history. The call here is that the bad blood boils over early as Bellew tries to do what he can to hurt Haye right from the start.
Everyone wants to come here and put their best performance in and Italy did that and we expect the same in two weeks' time. The situation became even more weird when England briefly adopted the same approach at the breakdown in the second half.
During an interview with David Rubenstein on his Bloomberg Television show: Peer-to-Peer Conversations, the media mogul said, after Trump's victory, she now sees it a possibility to run for U.S. presidency.
The ride sharing company has selected former USA law chief Eric Holder to conduct an "independent" probe on Fowler's claims. The discussion revolved around the company's move to lower Uber prices, which Kamel argued that it hurts drivers .
White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders defended the raid in an appearance Sunday on ABC's "This Week". President Donald Trump during the transfer of his son's body back to his home state of Delaware.
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Prosecutors had been seeking to call 13 other women who have previously accused the comedian of indecent behaviour to testify. Where the sequestered jurors will actually come from will be determined by the state's Supreme Court.
Snap tops expectations in pricing of IPO
Mountain View-based Saint Francis High School could win big after Snap Inc .'s shares soar in IPO's first-day trading. Snapchat started 2017 with 158 million daily active users, most of whom are people in their teens, 20s and early 30s.
Chase comes to incredible end as truck goes airborne
On Tuesday, authorities told KSLA-TV that they spotted Austin in a pick-up truck after they pulled him over in Webster Parish. Austin landed on a Barbara Harlon's Toyota Corolla after the truck's leap. "God was with me", Harlon told KSLA .
Google Announces New Tools for Advertising Mobile Games
The apps people have big engagement in will be more prominent on Google Play Store, which is basically an algorithm change. Now, the process is "much more nuanced than that", Hsiao said, as players are more likely to search for specific games.
Sheriff: Gunman killed after firing at Florida pipeline site
A man who fired shots at a central Florida construction site died during a shootout with sheriff's deputies following a chase. The Florida Department of Law Enforcement, which is investigating the shooting, has not released the identity of the victim.
Trump to Dismantle Clean Water Protections
Later Tuesday, Trump was expected to sign another executive order created to assist historically black colleges and universities. Scott Pruitt, Trump's EPA head, sued that agency when he was Oklahoma's attorney general in order to block to Clean Water rule .
Wilbur Ross sworn in as U.S. secretary of commerce
A renegotiation of NAFTA is expected to be Ross' top priority when he takes over the job, the New York Times reported . The Trump administration has lamented the pace in which the Senate has approved Trump's Cabinet.
Kyle Lowry out for at least rest of regular season
The Raptors have already completed their regular season series with Boston, going 3-1 against the C's. The C's now occupy the second seed in the east, with the Raptors and Wizards both three games behind.
United Airlines to start flying STS-SFO in June
In 2016, Bradley marked its fourth consecutive year of year-over-year passenger growth, Malloy said. The inbound flight will depart SFO at 10:30 PM (PT), with an arrival at BDL at 6:53 AM (ET).
Rangers conduct 200 search operations in Punjab
The operations were carried out in Karachi, Hyderabad, Lahore, Hafizabad, Kabirwala, Chiniot and other parts of the country. Four terrorists got killed in exchange of fire while over 600 suspects including a few Afghans were apprehended.