I have said this a few times now, we must as a country realise the power the SNP have and the power we have over Westminster as things stand. We will be lied to, the usual BBC and Media crap will be thrown at us, I urge you all to not take it in, a huge SNP vote at the General Election will allow Nicola and the SNP to have and gain more powers, as I said in my article below re: House of Lords, as things stand the SNP are the 3rd biggest party in BRITAIN, beating the Liberal Democrats and UKIP by a long way. English people would vote SNP down south if they could because of what the SNP principles, the SNP ways are being seen down south and I am telling you all, the Tory’s and Red Tory’s alike are worried at the power the SNP now hold in this Country. Let us NOT waste this Scotland! Vote SNP and lets get 100% home Rule! For starters! ~~~~
SNP Depute Leader Stewart Hosie will today join Joe Fitzpatrick MSP and SNP Dundee West candidate Chris Law on the campaign trail – and highlight the opportunity the people of Scotland have to achieve change at Westminster in May. After five years of Tory cuts that have consistently hit the least well off the hardest, the General Election in May is an opportunity for the people of Scotland to tell Westminster “enough is enough”.
In recent weeks, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said that the SNP holding the balance of power at Westminster will back £180 billion investment across the UK over the next parliament to boost the economy and create jobs. She has also set out measures to protect the least well off from cuts by requiring all UK budgets and welfare policy to be subject to the same standards of equality assessment as apply in the Scottish Parliament.
Commenting, SNP Depute Leader Stewart Hosie MP said: “The General Election in May gives the people of Scotland’s opportunity to tell Westminster enough is enough on unfair cuts. “For five years, these unfair Westminster cuts have hit the poorest hardest – with women and disabled people consistently bearing the brunt. “But yet despite unprecedented cuts to the Scottish budget, the SNP in government used the powers it has to focus on fairness – with policies such as the Living Wage putting more money in the pockets of our lowest paid workers, free tuition benefitting our students, and improvements to childcare helping our families. We have shown there is another way. “First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has set out some of the measures the SNP in a hung Parliament at Westminster will take to bring about progress – including backing £180 billion investment across the UK over the next parliament to boost the economy, creating more jobs and opportunities. “We will also ‘lock out’ the impact of cuts on vulnerable people by requiring all UK budgets and welfare policy to be subject to the same stringent equality assessment as already applies in the Scottish Parliament.”
Sturgeon ‘People want an alternative to austerity’- This is what English people are buying into!
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SNP Dundee West Candidate Chris Law said: “While Ed Balls was keen to reaffirm Labour’s commitment to cuts when he visited Scotland earlier this week, he was silent on what his party would do to boost the economy. That is why SNP votes and MPs are essential to achieve change. “Labour’s toxic alliance with the Tories recently saw both parties voting to spend £100 billion on Trident renewal in the next Parliament – whilst also pressing ahead with further cuts of £30 billion. We know that left to their own devices both parties will continue with the same old politics that is letting people down and hitting family budgets hard. At a time when many families are struggling to put food on the table, this simply isn’t good enough. “By voting SNP, the people of Scotland have a wonderful opportunity to make their voice heard – and achieve much-needed change at Westminster. As the only party with Scotland at our heart, our goal is to protect the things the people of Scotland hold dear – and we will use our power to halt Trident renewal and use the money saved to secure more investment in health and education, including childcare.”
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