It’s a good question. And it depends on who you ask. In fact, at their Annual Conference Labour chose not to hold a vote on the issue at all.
It’s conference season for political parties, which means journalists are traipsing around the UK from one conference centre to another. But the press pack would have been able to enjoy a bit of sun, not to mention good pizza, as they traipsed out to Italy on Friday to see the Prime Minister speak about Brexit.
Growing up in a working class community in Ayrshire in the 1980s, I was fortunate to be supported by loving parents. I came from a stable home, and was supported in my ambitions to study law at Glasgow Uni – which I was able to do without paying any tuition fees.
But I was also conscious that many other children in communities like mine were badly affected by the policies of Margaret Thatcher’s government.
It has been less than a month since Nicola Sturgeon announced the SNP Scottish Government’s plans for the next year but a lot has already been achieved in that short time.
Here’s how we’re delivering on our plan for Scotland.
Nicola Sturgeon has announced the Scottish Government’s plans for the year ahead. Our new Programme for Government sets out how we will uphold the rights and values of an open, inclusive, diverse and progressive democracy.
The new Parliamentary term has had a busy start.
One of the main priorities for any government is to make sure people are better off, not worse off.
In the months following May’s election, Dundee SNP has been hard at work delivering on our manifesto commitments and working towards improving the lives of our near 150,000 constituents.