50 space technology jobs for Glasgow

 

The SNP has today welcomed a jobs boost for Glasgow – after American headquartered satellite-powered data company Spire announced plans to open a European headquarters at Skypark in the city’s west end which will create 50 new jobs

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SNP welcome unprecedented poll ratings

The SNP is today welcoming a TNS poll on Holyrood voting intentions showing support for the SNP at 60 per cent on the constituency vote and 50 per cent on the regional list vote.

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Strong MA figures highlight need for more powers

The SNP has today welcomed new figures showing the Scottish Government has exceeded target on the number of Modern Apprentice (MAs) starts.
 

EU Ref Bill fails on democratic participation

The Scottish National Party will be voting against the EU referendum Bill today at Westminster, which fails to meet the gold standard set by the independence referendum in Scotland.

Jobs boost welcomed as FM announces new investment

The SNP is today welcoming a jobs boost for Livingston – after the First Minister announced the creation of more than 200 jobs with US-based manufacturing services company Jabil on the first day of her trip to the United States.

UK Gov needs to re-think approach to onshore wind

 

The SNP is today calling on the UK Government to ensure Scotland’s vital onshore wind energy continues to receive the support it needs – amidst concerns that the UK Government’s energy priorities could disadvantage Scotland's renewable energy industry.

SNP amendments to force UK gov to go beyond Smith

 

Ahead of the Second Reading of the Scotland Bill tomorrow (Monday), the SNP has today confirmed that the party will seek to strengthen the Scotland Bill to go beyond the recommendations of the Smith Commission.

Call to UK Gov : Follow Scotland on living wage

 

Following the announcement this week that the Scottish Government has officially become a Living Wage Accredited employer, the SNP at Westminster is calling on the UK Government to commit to ‘’follow Scotland’s lead” and publicly commit to implementing the policy for its employees.