Nicola Sturgeon set’s out bold and ambitious plans for full-scale post-pandemic remobilisation of Scotland’s NHS
Fresh faces join the SNP frontbench team to stand up for Scotland in the face of Boris Johnson’s extreme Tory government.
While Westminster continues to obsess with Brexit, fails to recognise the climate crisis and delivers regressive policies that hurt the most vulnerable in our society, we have chosen a different path for Scotland.
Nicola Sturgeon has appointed a new, refreshed Scottish Cabinet. The addition of new talent will ensure that the SNP government continues to deliver progress for Scotland.
Boris Johnson’s hard-right Cabinet includes ministers who have supported the death penalty, called feminists “obnoxious bigots”, opposed equal marriage, and supported ripping up Scotland’s devolution settlement.
The UK government have been forced to release new information on their no deal planning – known as Operation Yellowhammer – here’s everything you need to know.
As Theresa May continues to plunge the whole of the UK into crisis with her refusal to work towards a compromise on Brexit, her government has suffered yet another defeat in Parliament and more ministerial resignations.
We are absolutely committed to building a more competitive, more sustainable and fairer economy. Get the facts on how we’re doing that.
Another week of dither and delay from Theresa May’s government as the Brexit shambles continues at Westminster. This is your brief roundup of the key events and highlights from your SNP MPs, as they stand up for Scotland and hold the Tories to account.
Mhairi Black: “We do not fear referendums. We do not fear democracy. We do not fear holding up our vision and hopes for a better Scotland to the electorate to at least consider.”
Analysis shows Theresa May’s deal will make Scotland poorer, worse off and deprive us of the benefits of EU trade deals with 40 countries. This is a bad deal.
The reality is that Theresa May’s supposed ‘deal’ satisfies no-one and likely can’t command a majority in the House of Commons.
Theresa May returned from the European Council summit in Brussels with Scotland and the UK’s future relationship with the European Union still in limbo.
We asked some of the members that attended what they thought of the National Assemblies – here’s what they said.
Theresa May has replaced David Davis with another hardline Brexiteer – Dominic Raab. But who is the new Brexit Secretary?
March 1st is World Book Day, so we asked some of the SNP’s most avid readers to give us their must read books for 2018.
The Scottish budget for the next year has been passed by the Scottish Parliament. Here’s what the SNP budget means for Glasgow.