Today Nicola Sturgeon set out the priorities that will guide the SNP in Government over the next five years. Here’s what you need to know:
Last December, David Cameron came to the House of Commons and argued for the United Kingdom to join the ill-advised coalition bombing campaign in Syria. The SNP made clear that the Prime Minister had failed to make the case for bombing, and that these actions would likely strengthen the terrorist organisation of Daesh, rather than usher in its defeat.
In exactly one month’s time the people of our three nations will be voting in a referendum that could prove to be defining for a generation.
As parties who share progressive values, a belief in equality and in protecting our environment we believe that membership of the EU is an important part of embedding the rights and protections we rely on.
This week Nicola Sturgeon announced her new ministerial team and I am proud to have been appointed Minister for Mental Health.
This appointment makes Scotland the first and only country in the UK with a ministerial post dedicated wholly to mental health. This shows the importance this SNP government places on improving mental health services.
Today Nicola Sturgeon announced the new Scottish Government ministerial team. Here are the top ten things you need to know.
Ahead of the State Opening of the UK Parliament, the SNP has set out our progressive alternative to a ‘business as usual’ continuation of the Tory government’s failed austerity project.
At a time when the UK Government should be doing everything it can to reverse the fortunes of the UK's flailing economy, it is instead consumed with bitter infighting and divisions within the Tory party over Europe.
Ruth Davidson spent the election campaign desperately downplaying her party affiliation. She hid the Tory label and David Cameron was even barred from the campaign trail! The Tories think that they can continue to deflect and divert from their party’s record. But they’re wrong.
Here are just some of the things Ruth Davidson would rather you didn’t know.
The first 100 days of the re-elected SNP Government will see us working harder than ever to deliver for all the people and communities of Scotland.
I have already stated that my pledge to close the attainment gap in education – to ensure equal chances for all children, regardless of their background – will be the defining mission of this, the fifth session of the Scottish Parliament and the third term of an SNP Government.
From expanding free childcare to protecting low income households from increases in the cost of living, here are just 10 ways we’re helping Scotland’s families.