Over the last ten years the SNP Scottish Government has taken action to make Scotland a safer place: investing in our police and reforming our criminal justice system. Scotland is now a safer place, with less crime and more police.
From the events of the past few weeks, you would be forgiven for thinking that Scottish Labour’s solution to any problem is “diversity training”.
It has been said that a week is a long time in politics, that’s doubly true in the age of Brexit. So to make things easier, we’ve put together a short list of the articles you need to read this weekend.
The diversity and talent of our mass membership has helped shape the party we are today.
Tory cuts to public spending and social security will push a further 1 million children into poverty across the UK by 2021-22. Shamefully, the UK government has even scrapped UK-wide poverty reduction targets.
This week I am joining my SNP colleagues in highlighting some of the most appalling cuts we have seen under this Tory Government – many of which were introduced by the Welfare Reform and Work Act 2016.
More than 45 years ago, the Tories described Scotland’s fishermen as “expendable” in European negotiations.
This week Glasgow is hosting the Scottish Export Awards – an event which brings together businesses from across Scotland to recognise and celebrate their achievements in selling their goods and services overseas.
In government we’re working to make sure all our young people get equal chances and choices to succeed in life.