In his short time as Prime Minister, Boris Johnson has already faced eleven embarrassing defeats in Parliament and two damning rulings in the courts. This is a Prime Minister with no authority, no majority, and no mandate from Scotland.
Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal clearly ignores Scotland’s wishes and interests, and means that Scotland is being treated unfairly compared to other UK nations. That is unacceptable and SNP MPs will vote against it.
While the SNP government is building a fairer society with progressive policies, the Tory government’s toxic agenda is offering nothing but harm for Scotland. Here’s how.
Boris Johnson’s “new” Brexit proposals have been dismissed as unworkable and exposed as damaging for Scotland. Here’s the facts.
We watched Boris Johnson’s speech, so you don’t have to. Here are the key takeaways from Boris Johnson’s conference speech, debunking his dangerous plans to drag Scotland out of the EU with an extreme Brexit.
As the hard-right Tory government continues to falls apart and Westminster descends to chaos, Boris Johnson comes under fire for his illegal, extreme actions. Here’s what you need to know.
Climate change is a defining challenge of our time, and Scotland is leading the way in tackling it. From setting world-leading targets to empowering communities, here’s how we’re addressing the climate emergency.
Boris Johnson is acting like a dictator and suspending the UK Parliament to prevent MPs holding him to account, as his authority crumbles. Here’s what you need to know.
‘Outrageous. Ridiculous. Dictatorship.’ What Boris Johnson’s Cabinet used to say about shutting down Parliament
Only a few weeks ago, senior Tories suggested that shutting down Parliament would be “absolutely outrageous”. Now when Boris Johnson is attacking democracy, his Cabinet members have gone into hiding.
A no-deal Brexit would cause a long-term and widespread damage in Scotland – shrinking the economy, slashing jobs, increasing food prices and causing chaos. We cannot, and will not, accept that.
From free tuition, to investing in colleges and helping graduates into work, we’re proud to champion Scotland’s students.
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.
Boris Johnson has been elected the new Tory leader, and his move to 10 Downing Street only strengthens the case for independence. He is completely unfit for office – never mind the office of Prime Minister. Here’s why.
Whether it’s the bedroom tax, the betrayal over tuition fees, or the turbo-charged austerity, here’s a reminder of Jo Swinson’s record.
Theresa May has continuously ignored Scotland’s voice, Scotland’s interests and the votes of the democratically elected Scottish Parliament. Whoever replaces her, it’s only about to get worse.
Veterans are an asset to our society – their bravery, loyalty and professionalism deserve our full care and support.
The architects of Brexit told numerous lies and would rather have you forget them. As the Tories hide from the upcoming European election, we thought we’d remind them.
Scotland has so much to lose from a Brexit it never voted for. A second EU referendum is the best way out of the ever-deepening chaos.
Stronger economy, freedom of movement, cleaner air and better workers’ rights – there are countless benefits of our EU membership. We do not accept the Tories dragging Scotland out against our will.
In a busy week dominated by deepening Brexit chaos, Theresa May’s deal faced another crushing defeat, Parliament voted to extend Article 50, and the Tories and Labour continued acting against Scotland’s interests.
After another chaotic week where Theresa May faced a second crushing defeat on her Brexit deal, here’s six things you need to know about the latest Brexit developments.
This week in Westminster, the UK Government continued in its Brexit delusions, caused anxiety among EU citizens, and was exposed on its incompetence. This is your brief roundup of the week’s key events and highlights from your SNP MPs, as they stand up for Scotland.
Scottish Tories voted against the SNP proposals to rule out no-deal, and the UK Government continued running down the Brexit clock. This is your brief roundup of the week’s key events in Westminster.
All of Scotland’s Tory MPs vote against an SNP amendment that would have protected Scotland’s communities from the calamitous consequences of a no-deal.
Another busy week in Westminster has passed, with the Brexit shambles in the spotlight again.
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.