We’re delivering an ambitious policy programme to tackle poverty, build a more equal society, strengthen our NHS and reach net zero.
We’ve taken bold, ambitious steps to build a sustainable recovery and improve lives of people across Scotland. Here’s what the SNP Scottish Government has achieved in its first 100 days.
No matter how much they try, Boris Johnson’s Tories can’t escape the long catalogue of broken promises – from workers’ rights, to the NHS and Erasmus.
From the Young Person’s Guarantee to free bus travel and free tuition, we’re removing barriers and creating opportunities for young people.
Scotland has world-leading climate targets, backed up by world-leading climate action too. Read more about our plan to tackle the climate crisis.
The Tory record of NHS privatisation, damaging policies and broken promises makes it clear that you simply can’t trust Westminster with Scotland’s NHS.
Politicians, officials, and people across Europe overwhelmingly support Scotland rejoining the EU after independence.
Stitched up without consultation with the Scottish Government or regard for Scotland’s farming communities, the UK-Australia trade deal will have a significantly damaging impact on Scotland’s farmers, crofters and food producers.
Boris Johnson’s xenophobic immigration agenda is failing our society and economy. Scotland needs the migration powers to reflect Scotland’s needs and values.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has appointed a new, gender-balanced, diverse and experienced Cabinet to build a better Scotland.
The SNP’s landslide victory in the Scottish election reverberates around the world – with huge international interest in Scotland’s future.
Only Nicola Sturgeon and the SNP can stand up to Boris Johnson and protect Scotland from the Tory power grab, austerity and Brexit.
We have the bold, progressive policies to build a better recovery. Read the summary SNP’s 2021 manifesto pledges.
Giving up on the list means giving up on an SNP majority – which means handing more control over Scotland’s recovery and our future to other parties, and risking our chances of securing indyref2.
In 2011, Glasgow had 3 SNP list MSPs. In 2016, it was 0. Here’s why the SNP list vote is essential in Glasgow and beyond.
In 2011, Central Scotland had 3 SNP list MSPs. In 2016, it was 0. Here’s why the SNP list vote is essential in Central Scotland and beyond.
In 2011, the SNP won a majority thanks to Both Votes SNP. Here’s why the SNP list vote is essential in North East and beyond, so we can re-elect a progressive SNP government and secure indyref2.
In 2011, West Scotland had 2 SNP list MSPs. In 2016, it was 0. Here’s why the SNP list vote is essential in West Scotland and beyond.
The SNP want Scotland to be the best place to work in – with better job security, investment in skills, and fair work principles at the heart of everything we do.
From action on equal pay, expanding free childcare, to tackling period poverty, the SNP will continue our hard work to tear down barriers and deliver equality for women.
The SNP is determined that every child, regardless of their circumstances, should get the best start in life. Our ambition is for Scotland to be the best place in the world to grow up.
Scotland’s rural communities are at the heart of the SNP’s plan for recovery – as we strengthen our NHS, create jobs and opportunities, grow our economy and transition to net zero.
From free tuition and widening access, to record investment in our colleges and universities, the SNP will continue championing Scotland’s students.
The SNP has a proud record of advancing and championing LGBTI rights while in government – and with Both Votes SNP on May 6, we can go further still.
Scotland will end its contribution to climate change by 2045 – and the SNP will do it in a way that’s just, fair, and tackles inequalities.
Unpaid carers make an immense contribution to the health and wellbeing of loved ones. The SNP will deliver a National Care Service, a better deal for carers, improved mental health support and more.