Nicola Sturgeon has set out her ambition to keep Scotland at the very forefront of global efforts to tackle climate change, unveiling a raft of policies designed to propel Scotland toward becoming a net zero society.
Scotland’s future must be Scotland’s choice. And nobody else’s. Make it Both Votes SNP by May 6 to put Scotland’s future in Scotland’s hands.
In this election, digital campaigning is more important than ever. Here’s how you can help spread our message to every community in Scotland with just a few clicks.
Bold, progressive policies to build a fairer country. Re-elect Nicola Sturgeon as First Minister.
On May 6, make it #BothVotesSNP for #indyref2.
It’s our national mission to eradicate the scandal of child poverty – if re-elected we’ll double the game-changing Scottish Child Payment.
Ending child poverty will be the national mission of a re-elected SNP government.
The SNP have delivered 96,750 affordable homes in government, and if re-elected, we have a plan for 100,000 more – with 70% for social rent.
Watch Kate Forbes set out our progressive vision for Scotland’s post-Covid recovery.
Independence has never been closer, and we can’t risk the work of the generations that got us here. This election is about Scotland’s future, Scotland’s choice
Bold announcements to end Scotland’s digital divide, supporting teachers and pupils, and tackling inequality – we’re launching a campaign to deliver for Scotland.
While we can’t yet get out chapping doors and holding street stalls, we are taking the campaign online. Campaigning online safely is more important than ever so we are holding the ever SNP weekend of digital action.
The SNP will stand up for gender equality at every turn – working for an end to austerity, for equal pay, more and better jobs and to end the barriers that still block the aspirations of too many women in Scotland.
This will be an election that will be like no other – join our digital weekend of action and help spread the message on social media and messaging apps.
The economy needs a large and targeted stimulus package to support families and businesses, yet the Tories are threatening another decade of austerity.
In 2016, the SNP increased its constituency vote, but we lost our majority and ended up with less pro-independence seats. It was the list vote that got the SNP over the majority line in 2011.
Labour and the Lib Dems teamed up with their old Tory Better Together pals to vote oppose a National Care Service.
We’re working hard to ensure a strong recovery for Scotland, while ensuring nobody is left behind.
This election will take place under extraordinary circumstances. The safest way to vote in the current circumstances is by post. Here’s everything you need to know about voting by post.
In unprecedented circumstances, and with one hand tied behind our back, the SNP is using its powers progressively to provide older people with the dignity and respect they deserve.
The 2011 Scottish election produced a result that was never meant to happen. It was with people voting Both Votes SNP that secured the first majority government.
Nicola Sturgeon: “To ensure that the vaccine wins the race, it’s essential to speed up vaccination as far as possible. But to give it the time it needs to get ahead, we must also slow the virus down.”
🏡 Stay home and stick with the rules to save lives.
🏴 Independence is the only way that Scotland will get to choose the future we want and we will have that choice.
👇 We now know what this Tory Brexit means:
✖️ Broken promises
💷 Economic vandalism
🇪🇺 Leaving the largest free trading bloc
🌍 An isolated UK in the middle of a global pandemic
🏴 There’s now an empty seat at the top table of Europe, but it doesn’t have to be empty for long.
🇪🇺 There is no deal that will ever make up for what Brexit takes away from us – Brexit is an act of vandalism on Scotland.
🏴 It’s time to chart our own future as an independent, European nation.
☀️ Nicola Sturgeon: “Yesterday, in fact, was the shortest and darkest day of the year. From now on, the days get longer and lighter.
Spring is on its way, let’s hold on to that. Brighter days will come.”
If there’s no deal, a tariff-free Northern Ireland would compete for inward investment with Scotland – which would face tariffs on trade.