The chaos of Brexit highlighted just how dysfunctional Westminster really is, and how no price is too high for the Tory fanatics’ dangerous ideology.
A stunning new poll from the Sunday Times shows support for Independence up at 50% – with the SNP projected to make gains across Scotland – and a clear majority believing that Scotland’s economy will be better off with independence.
Boris Johnson sought to silence Parliament and shut down democracy, so that he and his Vote Leave cronies could railroad us to economic devastation. He must resign or be removed from office immediately.
Scotland must not pay the price of a no-deal Brexit, a hard-right Tory obsession for which Boris Johnson has no mandate. We will work with others in Parliament to stop Johnson in his tracks.
Boris Johnson is shutting down Parliament to impose a catastrophic no-deal Brexit without a mandate. This brazen attack on democracy highlights just how broken Westminster is.
In the face of yet another disastrous Tory Prime Minister we didn’t vote for, it’s no wonder a majority of people in Scotland now want a fresh independence referendum.
We have a serious problem with transphobia in Scotland and it is one that we need to face up to. Respecting the identity of trans people is a core part of that.
Scotland’s future must be decided by the people of Scotland, not by a self-serving Tory feud.
Scotland must not be held hostage by a Tory Party consumed by chaos and occupied by careerists. Scotland must have a choice over the direction of its future.
Many of the candidates to be the next Prime Minister express utter disdain for Scotland and will drag us out of the EU in an act of economic self-harm.
As the Tories lurch further to the extremes, it’s clear Westminster and Scotland are on diverging paths. We can choose a better future with independence – and that choice must be ours to make.
The prospect of another hard-right Tory Prime Minister highlights the need for the people of Scotland to have a choice. Scotland’s future must be in Scotland’s hands – not those of Boris Johnson or Nigel Farage.
On Thursday, Scotland has a choice – vote for parties that have ignored Scotland throughout this Brexit chaos, or vote SNP to protect Scotland’s place in Europe.
This year’s European Elections are the most important in Scotland’s history. We must send an unequivocal message that Scotland must be kept at the heart of Europe, where it belongs.
On May 23, let us send a clear message to the EU that Scotland is a proud European nation, and let us send an equally unequivocal message to Westminster that Scotland rejects the increasingly inward-looking politics of the Tories.
The system is broken and any pretence of an ‘equal partnership’ in the UK is gone.
Scotland deserves the choice of a better future than Brexit Britain – that choice must be ours to make.
“Westminster is dragging us down the path to economic disaster. The people of Scotland deserve the choice of a better future than Brexit Britain”. Read Ian’s full speech to #SNP19 here.
Scotland will not be held hostage by a Tory Government more interested in putting its fractured party interests above all else. Scotland deserves better and must be given the choice to decide its future.
People are fed up with Brexit, fed up with this shambolic Tory Government and the crisis and chaos that it has imposed on us against our will.
Scotland’s wishes have been ignored throughout the Brexit process – which has proven that we are not treated as an equal partner in the UK. The people of Scotland deserve the right to choose their own future and they will have that right even if Westminster fails.
The DUP and the Tory Brexit extremists have been given more influence over Scotland’s future than the Scottish Parliament and the Scottish people.
Scotland does not have to hit the Tory Brexit iceberg and go down with Theresa May’s sinking ship.
Scotland’s right to choose its own future is undeniable – it’s time for the Tories to stop running scared and accept it.
Tories have a toxic anti-immigration obsession, which ignores Scotland’s interests and will leave all of us poorer. And while Labour too often falls in line with the Tories and UKIP, we’re proud to have a radically different and welcoming approach to immigration.
Scotland hasn’t voted for a Tory government for 64 years, but is increasingly damaged by reckless and incompetent decisions at Westminster.
Independence can be our escape route from this meltdown.