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The Tories want to block Scottish democracy – but where’s their mandate?

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The Tories are trying to block Scotland having a say on its future, despite receiving no mandate from the Scottish electorate. Even worse – they don’t see why they need one.

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Ending fuel poverty and more – what happened in Holyrood last week

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Last week, MSPs unanimously passed the SNP’s world-leading Fuel Poverty Bill. Under the plans no more than 5% of households in Scotland will be in fuel poverty by 2040 – ensuring families who struggle to heat their homes are given the right support.

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Tory leadership ‘horror show’ makes the case for independence

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The contest to become the new leader of the Conservative Party, and the next UK Prime Minister, has highlighted the growing need for Scotland to become an independent country.

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First Minister makes Scotland’s voice heard in European visit

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The First Minister has visited Brussels for a series of talks with European leaders, highlighting Scotland’s political and cultural links with the continent and standing up for Scotland’s place as a European nation.

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5 reasons why Scotland must have a choice about its future

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The choice Scotland faces today is very different to the choice Scotland faced in 2014. Brexit has shown, once and for all, that Westminster isn’t working.

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This week at the Scottish Parliament: SNP leading the way tackling single-use plastics

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This week, Gillian Martin MSP launched a campaign to reduce plastic packaging in shops, and the SNP called on Westminster to commit to tackle climate change.

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Independence Referendum Bill: what you need to know

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The Scottish Government has today published legislation to pave the way for a new referendum on Scottish independence. Here’s what you need to know.

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First Minister strengthens European bonds in Dublin visit

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The First Minister’s recent visit to Dublin highlighted Scotland’s growing political, cultural and business links with our European partners.

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SNP victory in European Elections: what you need to know

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The SNP has emphatically won the European Elections, sending a clear message that Scotland’s for Europe. Scotland has rejected Brexit for the second time, and has demonstrated a clear desire to take a different political path to the rest of the UK.

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Tory campaign against independence rejected

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🛑 Ruth Davidson’s narrative on independence is “dead” – European elections analysis by Sir John Curtice.

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Why people across Scotland are voting SNP today

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People all over Scotland are going to the polls today to vote SNP. Here are just some of the reasons why.

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We’re nearing the end of May

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Now is the time, Theresa May.

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Meet the SNP’s Candidates for Europe

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The SNP’s six candidates – three men and three women – are led by Alyn Smith, who has been an MEP since 2004.

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EU Elections 2019

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Scotland is being dragged out of the European Union against our will. Help make Scotland’s voice heard, let’s make it loud and clear on May 23. Vote SNP.

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How the SNP plans to help first-time buyers

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First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has announced a bold new initiative to help struggling first-time buyers navigate the housing market.

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Conservative MPs tell Scottish MP to go home – AGAIN

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Tory MPs told Ian Blackford to go home, exposing what the Tories truly think of Scotland.

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Scotland’s voice is being ignored. It’s time for change.

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“My message is for every EU national across the UK. You are welcome here and we want you to stay. What has been done to you by Brexiteer politicians is nothing short of disgraceful.”

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Scotland has a mandate to pursue independence

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Theresa May tried to falsely claim that Scotland has no mandate for a referendum on Scottish independence.
This is not true. Scotland cannot be denied the right to choose its own future.

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Teacher pay rise offer is the best pay deal anywhere in the UK

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The Scottish Government’s pay rise offer for teachers gives them the best pay deal anywhere in the UK. While Westminster slides into dismay and Labour squabble on the sidelines, we’re delivering progress.

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Vote 100

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To mark the centenary of women’s suffrage, we are highlighting 100 women who represent the SNP in 2018. 

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Q&A: Membership

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Some commonly asked questions about membership of the SNP.

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SNP lead on cross-party letter demanding action over the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi

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The SNP have led a cross-party group of MPs in demanding that Jeremy Hunt take action over the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi

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Fact check: Labour built less than half the number of homes for social rent than they claim

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The SNP has delivered almost 52,600 homes for social rent, including 9,799 council homes.

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A better economic future for Scotland: what you need to know

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The Sustainable Growth Commission has published its final report – here’s what you need to know.

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SNP to hold National Assemblies on Scotland’s economic future

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Nicola Sturgeon has announced that a series of National Assemblies will be held over the summer to debate and discuss the report’s recommendations.

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Delivering progress for rural Scotland

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From Wick to Wigtown, we are committed to delivering progress in every part of Scotland: supporting jobs, delivering quality public services and investing in infrastructure.

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£3 billion worth of infrastructure projects delivered in a year

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In the past year infrastructure projects worth £3 billion were delivered in Scotland, including new schools, hospitals and roads.

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Our action to end homelessness

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Scotland’s homelessness legislation is amongst the most progressive in the world. We have made huge progress in tackling homelessness, but we are aware of worrying signs of an increase in rough sleeping.