We were promised ‘Strong and Stable’ but instead the UK government has become an embarrassment. Theresa May must take responsibility and resign.
Legal advice, that Tories tried to hide, indicates that May’s deal would put Scotland at a competitive disadvantage.
Theresa May is living in denial over her own economic figures, and even her Chancellor admits that.
Theresa May’s Brexit deal will only do damage to Scotland’s communities.
We are not prepared to give up our hard-won rights.
It’s 4 years since Nicola Sturgeon became the first woman First Minister of Scotland. Here are just some of the ways we’ve made Scotland healthier, wealthier and fairer.
Strong and stable? The sheer number of Tory resignations since Brexit speak for themselves.
Theresa May’s withdrawal agreement will have a significant impact on jobs, investment and living standards in Scotland. Yet, the Scottish Tories don’t give a jot.
Westminster Tories think they can do whatever they want to Scotland and get away with it. The SNP will make sure Scotland’s voice is heard.
We believe our futrue should be shaped by us, not for us. We believe that everyone should be paid a decent wage.
Derek Mackay: Scotland’s NHS is being short-changed by Tories by around £50 million a year – over five years that will be a quarter of a billion pounds.
“To suggest that poverty should be a barrier to a family, that people who are poor are not entitled to any more than two children, what an absolutely disgraceful position”
A year ago this month, Mhairi Black warned the Tories of the dangers of Universal Credit.
Jeremy Corbyn’s speech made a raft of promises – many of them for policies that are being delivered here in Scotland right now.
Nicola Sturgeon exposes the “political opportunism” of the Tories and Ruth Davidson.
“The Prime Minister is unfit to govern, she’s incapable of leadership, we know it, her backbenchers know it and the country knows it.”
Our biggest ever National Assembly in Edinburgh was buzzing with conversation and debate on how an independent Scotland can match the best.
On being elected Depute Leader of the SNP, one of the earliest discussions I had was with the digital team at SNP HQ.
The Programme for Government will ensure Scotland is a nation inventing, designing and manufacturing the innovations that will shape the future.
Ian Blackford tells the Prime Minister her Chequers plan is “as dead as a dodo”
Read First Minister Nicola Sturgeon’s statement on the Scottish Government’s Programme for Government for 2018-19.
In Aviemore, our members led the conversation on Scotland’s future – a conversation full of hope and ambition.
A year ago, Nicola Sturgeon set out an ambitious new Programme for Government. Since then, the SNP Scottish Government has been busy delivering on its high ambitions.
SNP members met in Ayr on Saturday 25th August to discuss and debate how Scotland can be a successful independent country.
Fact check: Murdo Fraser’s claim that countries can only be in the Single Market if they are in the EU is false
Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway are all in the Single Market but are not members of the EU.