We’ll never put the Tories in power, unlike Labour who prefer Tory rule to self-government for Scotland.
Ben Macpherson: “It’s completely unsustainable and unjust for the Lib Dems, Labour and the Tories to deny the people of Scotland a choice over their future.”
We can’t allow our future to be dictated by Boris Johnson and the hard-right Tories. It’s time for a better future – that’s why we will demand a Section 30 order to pave the way for an independence referendum in 2020.
Boris Johnson promised over and over again we’d leave the EU on October 31. He said he’d rather “die in a ditch” than get an extension. We stopped a crash-out on October 31 and we’ll stop Brexit again – vote SNP on December 12.
“Scotland has the perfect opportunity to abandon the sinking ship that will be a post-Brexit UK. I’ve always voted Labour and this time I know I’m going to vote SNP.”
This general election is about choosing our future in Europe, it is about choosing a freedom from austerity, it is about opportunity to build a better society with independence.
Boris Johnson’s own Brexit Bill says that he needs the consent of the Scottish Parliament – and yet, he’s completely trampling over the devolution settlement and ignoring Scotland again.
London is, and we cannot stress this enough, not a country.
This Labour MP has already decided he’ll vote for Boris Johnson’s catastrophic Brexit deal. It would cause a lot of damage to his constituents, and he hasn’t even read it.
Joanna Cherry tears apart Boris Johnson’s damaging Brexit deal and highlights why the SNP will never back it.
Philippa Whitford eviscerates Boris Johnson and his shoddy Brexit, exposing it for the damaging and unacceptable proposal that it is.
“A meaningless and expensive distraction from the playbook of Boris Johnson’s Brexit fanatics.”
Boris Johnson shut Parliament unlawfully – he must resign.
When the UK government sent its Brexit analysis to the Scottish Government, it was called “base scenario”. When it was publicly released yesterday, the title was changed to “reasonable worst case scenario”.
Scotland’s highest court has ruled that prorogation of Parliament by Boris Johnson was unlawful. Parliament must now be recalled.
Boris Johnson has undermined democracy at every turn – this is a Prime Minister who can not be trusted.
We’re ready for an election, but we will not be played by Boris Johnson. He can’t be trusted – we must stop a catastrophic no-deal Brexit first.
Boris Johnson may not want to hear Ian Blackford’s questions, but we will remind him: Scotland voted to Remain, and we will not be dragged down the no-deal Brexit cliff by a Prime Minister who acts like a dictator.
As the Referendum Bill progresses through the Scottish Parliament, we will seek a Section 30 order to give the people of Scotland the choice of independence.
The Tories’ toxic obsession with migration is damaging our public services and hurting communities. We need to get rid of the Tories and their cruel approach to migration.
Nicola Sturgeon was told that Scotland’s democratic will “doesn’t matter”, and she was having none of it.
The SNP joined cross-party talks to stop a no-deal Brexit. We will not allow Boris Johnson to trample over democracy and drag Scotland out of the EU.
We can’t afford to leave our future in Boris Johnson’s hands. We will do everything we can to stop a no-deal Brexit and give Scotland a choice.
Meet the newly appointed chief advisor to Boris Johnson…
Ruth Davidson knows how damaging a no-deal Brexit would be and claims to oppose it, but why won’t she tell her MPs to vote against it?
UK Gov’s own analysis shows no-deal Brexit will mean food shortages and will shrink the Scottish economy by 8%, yet Alister Jack is happy to support it.
Boris Johnson has been appointed Prime Minister, not by the UK electorate, nor by the people of Scotland, but by Tory Party members. He does not have a mandate to drag Scotland out of the EU, with or without a deal.
Boris Johnson’s attempts to deceive are a desperate deflection from the fact that he’s been made Prime Minister thanks solely to the votes of 0.2% of the UK’s population.