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SNP Manifesto 2022: What You Need to Know

Vote for SNP Councillors on May 5th Only the SNP has a plan, at all levels of government, to tackle the Tory cost of living crisis which is affecting people and families across the country. We have launched our ambitious manifesto for the Scottish council

Frist Minister Launches SNP’s Council Election Manifesto

Let’s Come Together to Tackle Tory Cost-of-Living Crisis First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has launched the SNP’s local election manifesto. These elections come at a time when families are facing a Tory-made cost of living crisis, unlike anything most of us have seen in our lifetimes.

Record Health Funding of £856.5 Million For NHS Tayside

NHS staff at record levels with 13.1% increase last year. Record health funding has been allocated to NHS Tayside for the coming year which demonstrates how only the SNP can be trusted to protect Scotland’s NHS. 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 Staffing in Scotland’s NHS has risen to record

5 Ways You Can Help The SNP Win The Council Elections

On 5 May, voters across Scotland will elect their local councillors. The choice is clear – SNP-led councils investing in communities and our public services, or Tories imposing cuts at any cost, often propped up by Labour. Here are 5 ways you can help us

NHS Workforce at New Record High

Staff levels increase for ten consecutive years. NHS Tayside has recorded record numbers of staff levels this year with 12,519 employed by the health board – a 5.4% increase over the past five years. Across Scotland, more than 155,000 staff have been hired, with increases

Tory Cost of Living Crisis: What it Means in our Daily Lives

The impact of the Tory cost-of-living crisis reaches far and wide. However it’s disproportionately impacting the poorest, most vulnerable members of society. Meanwhile, the UK Tory government is too busy indulging in party scandals, cronyism, peerages for donors and saving Boris Johnson’s skin – instead

A National Care Service for Scotland

Progress for Creating National Care Service. £500,000 has been announced by the Scottish Government to lay the ground work for the establishment of a National Care Service. The SNP Scottish Government’s budget announced record funding of £18 billion for Health and Social Care – the

£1300 Extra Earnings for Scottish Teachers

Higher pay in Angus puts £49.5 million into local economy. Graeme has welcomed the news that teachers in Angus South are paid £1,350-a-year more than the UK average teaching salary. UK government figures from the Office for National Statistics show that the average annual salary

No One Should Ever Have to Choose Between Eating and Heating

Headlines about energy price hikes and empty supermarket shelves are concerning. Just as the economy and our lives have been returning to a bit of normality, it’s very frustrating to see supply shortages causing disruption in a whole host of sectors. In particular, the prospect