Anniversary of Westminster Welfare cuts

As the anniversary of Westminster’s disastrous welfare changes approaches on the 1st of April, the SNP have highlighted the opportunity to build a fairer Scotland that comes with a Yes vote.

No campaign "must raise the level of debate"

The Scottish National Party has said the No campaign must improve the standard of the debate in the referendum following comments from Scottish Secretary Alistair Carmichael at the Liberal Democrats' Scottish conference.

Currency bluff crumbles in more bad news for No

The SNP is tonight welcoming reports in the Guardian that a UK Government Minister described as being 'at the heart of the No campaign' has admitted that there will be a currency union between an independent Scotland and the rest of the UK. 

Cracks turn to splits as No camp crisis deepends

The crisis in the No camp has deepened today – after a former Scottish Liberal Democrat leader made a series of searing criticisms of the No campaign’s leadership and strategy.

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Rennie admits crisis in No camp

Commenting on Willie Rennie’s admission of a “distinct possibility” of a Yes vote in September and his call for the No campaign to abandon its Project Fear agenda, SNP MSP Mark McDonald said:

SNP celebrate by-election victory

The SNP this morning welcomed the Kilmarnock North by-election victory where candidate Elaine Cowan won over 45% of the first preference votes.

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New No camp strategy must include FM/PM debate

Commenting on the report in the Scottish Daily Mail today that: "Leaders of Scotland's No campaign will hold crisis talks today as they battle internal splits and rising support for independence", SNP MP Angus Robertson said:

Call to Lib Dems: Make your voice heard for Yes

On the first day of the Scottish Lib Dem conference in Aberdeen, the SNP is calling on delegates who have made up their mind to vote Yes to make their voice heard amongst fellow Lib Dems.