Nicola Sturgeon at the Austrian World Summit: “We have to be bold, and we have to be brave. We owe it to the generation growing up now to leave the planet in better shape for them.”
During the election, we set out a plan for the first 100 days of a new SNP government – and that plan is now in motion. This will be a government of action.
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?
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.
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.
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.
☀️ 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.”
Tories have abandoned the Erasmus+ programme, which has benefitted students for generations.
If there’s no deal, a tariff-free Northern Ireland would compete for inward investment with Scotland – which would face tariffs on trade.
🚨 Tories have abandoned the Erasmus+ programme, which has benefitted students for generations.
📣 Nicola Sturgeon: “It is one of the very many ways in which people across Scotland deeply regret the Brexit that has been foisted upon us by the Conservative government.”
We must do all we can to tackle myths and misinformation around COVID vaccines – and take the opportunity to lead by example.
Our new, game-changing Scottish Child Payment is the most ambitious anti-poverty measure anywhere in the UK.
Deal or no deal, Boris Johnson’s extreme Brexit is failing people and businesses right across Scotland.
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.
The SNP Scottish Government is delivering for rural Scotland – with £82.6m of convergence payments made to over 17,400 farmers and crofters this week.
Tory immigration plans are morally wrong and economically disastrous. First Minister Nicola Sturgeon took them to task at FMQs.
Labour’s record on PFI contracts is nothing but a con trick – even the Scottish Labour leader says so.
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.
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”.
If Ruth Davidson had any confidence in Boris Johnson, she’d still be her party’s leader. Our message is clear – we will always stand up for Scotland’s right to choose a better future.
While the Scottish Government is stepping up to meet the challenges facing both Scotland and the world, Westminster is quite literally shutting down. Tonight, SNP MPs are voting to stop Boris Johnson in his tracks.
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.
Nicola Sturgeon was told that Scotland’s democratic will “doesn’t matter”, and she was having none of it.
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?
20 years ago, Sheena Wellington sang ‘A Man’s a Man’ at the opening of the Scottish Parliament. In this interview, Sheena reflects on the moment that changed Scotland forever.