As Boris Johnson’s government attacks devolution, breaks international law and treats Scotland with contempt, is it any wonder that independence now has majority support?
Watch Nicola Sturgeon’s message to Scotland’s university students as we step up our collective efforts to beat COVID back.
It’s not for Rishi Sunak to decide what businesses and jobs are “viable.” Jobs in hospitality, tourism, arts and culture must be saved.
If Rishi Sunak and the Tories won’t take real action to prevent mass unemployment, they must urgently devolve the powers to Scotland.
The UK government must either extend furlough, or give us the powers to do it ourselves. There’s too many jobs on the line right now for us not to do something.
Nicola Sturgeon: “Though we are all struggling with this, let’s pull together. Let’s keep going, try to keep smiling, keep hoping and keep looking out for each other.”
Together, we’re tackling COVID-19. Now it’s time to work together for the recovery. Here’s what we’re doing to protect jobs, support businesses, and invest in the industries of tomorrow.
The clock towards a no-deal Brexit is ticking, and the Tories are gambling with our economic future in the middle of a health emergency.
Later this week, the Scottish Government will publish its strategy for restoring normality and safeguarding our economy.
“We will get through these difficult times if we all keep doing the right thing – for our own sake and for the sake of each other.” Nicola Sturgeon announces a 3-week extension of the COVID-19 lockdown.
Our very best wishes to 98-year-old Daphne Shah, who has recovered from COVID-19 at Ninewells Hospital in Dundee.
Thank you to the 41,000 people who have already signed up to volunteer during the COVID-19 outbreak. You too can support our NHS and your community – go to http://www.readyscotland.org to see how.
This weekend, please stay at home and help save lives. It is vital, wherever possible, we all do this.
We must all play our part in overcoming the challenge of coronavirus. Stay at home to protect our NHS and save lives.
Coronavirus is an unprecedented emergency and it requires an unprecedented response. It’s time for an emergency universal basic income so that no one is left behind.
While the Tories are insulting people and wilfully damaging Scotland’s economy, we value immigrants and will always stand up for Scotland’s interests.
The majority of Scottish taxpayers pay less tax than anyone else in the UK, while receiving best value for public services. Watch another Tory myth unravelling as Alister Jack admits the facts.
While Labour leadership candidates try to avoid even mentioning Scotland in prime-time TV debates, they can’t escape the reality of growing support for independence.
Labour’s record on PFI contracts is nothing but a con trick – even the Scottish Labour leader says so.
Amy Callaghan delivers an astounding speech, offering a vision of hope and pledging that SNP MPs are in Westminster to “settle up for Scotland, not to settle down.”
Undemocratic, unacceptable, unsustainable. Boris Johnson can’t keep denying Scotland’s democratic right to choose our future.
Boris Johnson is running scared of Scottish democracy. Ian Blackford takes apart his anti-democratic and unsustainable position on Scotland’s right to choose.
Pete Wishart did not hold back in destroying Tory attempts to deny Scotland’s democratic right. It’s time to choose a better future with independence.
The SNP’s Alternative Queen’s Speech calls for policies to deliver a fairer, more prosperous and more equal country, and for Westminster to accept that Scotland’s future must lie in Scotland’s hands.
A vote for the SNP on Thursday, 12th December is a vote to champion LGBTI equality, stop Brexit and lock the Tories out.
Ben Macpherson: “It’s completely unsustainable and unjust for the Lib Dems, Labour and the Tories to deny the people of Scotland a choice over their future.”
We can’t allow our future to be dictated by Boris Johnson and the hard-right Tories. It’s time for a better future – that’s why we will demand a Section 30 order to pave the way for an independence referendum in 2020.
Boris Johnson promised over and over again we’d leave the EU on October 31. He said he’d rather “die in a ditch” than get an extension. We stopped a crash-out on October 31 and we’ll stop Brexit again – vote SNP on December 12.