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The difference between Holyrood and Westminster has never been more stark – but it’s not too late for the UK government to U-turn on their Universal Credit cut.
Douglas Ross: “People have to be really clear that a vote for the SNP is a vote for another independence referendum”. Scotland voted SNP in record numbers, with the most votes any party has ever received in a Scottish election.
Nicola Sturgeon: “I hope we’re finally at a watershed moment and a turning point where we stop expecting women to fix these problems, and put the full glare where it belongs – on men who behave in a deeply unacceptable and misogynistic way.”
The Scottish Parliament united in passing the UNCRC Bill to strengthen children’s rights. The UK government then took the Scottish Government to court to strike it down.
This is a tale of two governments – the SNP Scottish Government that puts people first and works with them, and a Tory government that works against Scotland’s interests and imposes its decisions on Scotland’s people.
The UK government’s Universal Credit cut slashes incomes of over a third of Scottish families by £1,040 overnight, pushing 60,000 people into poverty.
This Tory MSP tried to suggest that the damaging consequences of Brexit weren’t of the UK government’s making. He didn’t expect Angus Robertson’s response…
All parties in the Scottish Parliament united to reject the cruel Universal Credit cut that will push thousands into poverty. All parties apart from one – the Scottish Tories.