POLL: Health workers trust SNP most on NHS

A new poll of health workers has found that the SNP is the party most trusted on the NHS in Scotland.

The poll of 2,000 health workers UK-wide, carried out by Dods Research finds that among the Scottish respondents almost a third of respondents trust the SNP most on the NHS – compared to 22 per cent for Labour.

Proclaimers back Nicola Sturgeon and the SNP

Giving their backing to Nicola Sturgeon and the SNP for the General Election, Craig and Charlie Reid said:

"We're long term SNP supporters and in this most crucial election for a generation, we fully back the SNP. Nicola Sturgeon is the most impressive politician in the UK, her sincerity and humanity are like a breath of fresh air."

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Six North east business leaders back SNP on jobs

Six key business leaders in the North East of Scotland have endorsed the campaigns of their local SNP candidates.

These endorsements provide a snapshot of the hundreds of local businessmen and women who backed a Business for Scotland letter putting forward the view that a strong Scottish business economy would provide a substantial boost for jobs.

Sturgeon - 48 hours to end austerity

Speaking on a visit to a nursery in Livingston this morning, SNP Leader Nicola Sturgeon said that Scotland’s voice is being heard in a Westminster election campaign like never before - and urged the people of Scotland to unite behind the SNP so this strong voice can continue to be heard at Westminster.

Commenting, Ms Sturgeon said:

Prospect of hung Parliament "massive opportunity"

 

Addressing a major campaign event at the Easterbrook Hall in Dumfries this evening (Monday), Scottish National Party leader Nicola Sturgeon said that the prospect of a hung, or balanced, parliament at West

BBC debate - Impressive performance from Sturgeon

Commenting after the BBC Scotland Leaders' Debate, Scottish National Party Depute Leader Stewart Hosie said:

Tories scared of progressive SNP MPs

Commenting on David Cameron's interview with the BBC's Nick Robinson, in which he again rejects any role for the SNP in influencing the government of the UK, SNP Depute Leader Stewart Hosie said: