A re-elected SNP government will continue our work to ensure that Scotland’s young people have the best opportunities - whether they choose university, college, vocational training or employment.
Here’s what we’ll do.
We want all Scotland’s communities to thrive. The SNP is committed to supporting those in rural and remote areas of Scotland.
Here’s just some of the action we’ll take, if re-elected.
The SNP 2016 manifesto sets out a range of support a re-elected SNP government will provide to Scotland’s families.
Here’s just some of what we’ll do.
The journey to a fairer, more equal and prosperous Scotland is far from over. So, together, let's get going and take the next steps forward.
Today Nicola Sturgeon launched the SNP manifesto for the 2016 election.
It’s a manifesto brimming with ideas to move our country forward.
Here’s just some of what our manifesto will deliver for Scotland.
Welcome to the launch of the SNP’s manifesto for the 2016 election - a manifesto for the next generation.
This is a document brimming with ideas and policies to move our country forward.
It is the most ambitious programme for government that the SNP has ever published and I am proud to put it before the Scottish people today.
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Congratulations once again to all of this year’s prize winners.
It is truly inspiring to hear of the work led by trade union members across Scotland.
Last year was the first time I had the privilege of addressing you as First Minister and of presenting those awards.
We believe that this election is an opportunity to back the next generation of young Scots, to ensure that they have the best start in life and to improve the opportunities available to them when they grow up.
We want to build on our strong record in government of protecting family incomes through policies like increasing free childcare provision and extension of free school meals.
Here are some of the key benefits to Scotland’s parents and children from a re-elected SNP government.
Tackling climate change remains one of the defining global issues of our times.
Last year’s UN climate summit in Paris sent the clear message that all countries need to further increase their ambition and action on cutting emissions.
I was struck by many comments made at those talks about the good example Scotland was setting. It has not always been easy, but Scotland has been a genuine world leader in the area of climate change and green energy