Let’s build a fairer country and put Scotland’s recovery in Scotland’s hands – not those of Boris Johnson. Make it Both Votes SNP on May 6.
If the Tories insist there won’t be an independence referendum, why are they spending so much money on the Union Unit to fight independence?
Boris Johnson must permanently extend the £20 Universal Credit uplift, and support the 1.3 million pushed into poverty by Tory cuts.
Industry leader James Withers tells MPs the UK “created history in being the only country ever to impose economic sanctions on itself”.
Kate Forbes has delivered a Budget that provides funding for green jobs, paves the way for a stronger COVID recovery, and delivers extra funding to public services.
We’re continuing our roll-out of the vaccine in Scotland and are on track to meet, and even exceed our targets.
Owen Thompson presented a Bill to tackle the wasteful, unaccountable and secretive culture of Tory cronyism.
Families need urgent financial support now, such as making the Universal Credit uplift permanent, not more dither and delay from Boris Johnson.
The UK government has admitted to putting Scotland at a Brexit competitive disadvantage – despite Baroness Ruth Davidson and David Mundell saying this must never happen.
Tories have abandoned the Erasmus+ programme, which has benefitted students for generations.
Last year, Boris Johnson was saying he had an “oven-ready” deal and that chances of a no-deal Brexit were “a million to one”. Now, he’s actively planning for it.
We must do all we can to tackle myths and misinformation around COVID vaccines – and take the opportunity to lead by example.
Nicola Sturgeon: “It is without a shadow of a doubt the best news we have heard since this pandemic started all these months ago. Today is a genuinely good day.”
There are millions who still haven’t received a penny of UK government support. This has been an abject failure by a Prime Minister who’s missing in action.
Rishi Sunak splurges £29m on a Festival of Brexit, while freezing public sector pay, turning his back on the world’s poorest, failing to invest in a proper recovery
As Boris Johnson’s government attacks devolution, breaks international law and treats Scotland with contempt, is it any wonder that independence now has majority support?
The clock towards a no-deal Brexit is ticking, and the Tories are gambling with our economic future in the middle of a health emergency.
Later this week, the Scottish Government will publish its strategy for restoring normality and safeguarding our economy.
“We will get through these difficult times if we all keep doing the right thing – for our own sake and for the sake of each other.” Nicola Sturgeon announces a 3-week extension of the COVID-19 lockdown.
Our very best wishes to 98-year-old Daphne Shah, who has recovered from COVID-19 at Ninewells Hospital in Dundee.
Thank you to the 41,000 people who have already signed up to volunteer during the COVID-19 outbreak. You too can support our NHS and your community – go to http://www.readyscotland.org to see how.
Coronavirus is an unprecedented emergency and it requires an unprecedented response. It’s time for an emergency universal basic income so that no one is left behind.
Oxford professor Danny Dorling highlights the stark contrast between the English and Scottish approaches to healthcare.
While the Tories are insulting people and wilfully damaging Scotland’s economy, we value immigrants and will always stand up for Scotland’s interests.
Migrants make a net contribution to Scotland’s economy and the Scottish Government must have the powers to build a more welcoming society.
When the Scottish Government proposed a Scottish Visa, Tories wouldn’t even consider it. When the Tories revealed their damaging immigration plans, they wouldn’t even go on TV to defend it.
The majority of Scottish taxpayers pay less tax than anyone else in the UK, while receiving best value for public services. Watch another Tory myth unravelling as Alister Jack admits the facts.
These people all have one thing in common – they’ve changed from No to Yes. Watch the SNP’s new broadcast now.