Scottish parliament election 2021
Welcome to the Scotland in Union Campaign Hub! Here you will find all the resources you need to campaign for Scotland in Union from the comfort of your home. With your help, we can expose the failures of the SNP Government and make the positive case for Scotland to remain in the UK.
Have your say!
Let us know your thoughts as we approach the Scottish parliamentary elections in May.
Have your say on any issue currently facing Scotland and let us know what you think the priorities should be for our Government over the next parliamentary term.
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SNP's Record in Government
These failings in our education system are the direct result of the SNP’s obsession with constitutional division. If Nicola Sturgeon and her ministers weren’t so preoccupied with trying to build borders and divide communities, they could concentrate on improving the life chances of the next generation of Scots. Read more here.
Figures from the independent experts at the Scottish Parliament Information Centre (SPICe) show that between 2013-14 and 2019-20, the Scottish Government’s revenue budget was cut by 2% by the UK Government. But over the same period, the SNP Government has hit local councils with a staggering 7% reduction in funding in real terms. Read more here.
The law which requires the SNP government to treat patients within 12 weeks has now been broken more than 300,000 times, new figures have revealed. The research has also revealed 4,171 occasions where children had to wait longer than the legal requirement for paediatric surgery, as well as 9,619 cases involving gynaecological procedures for women. You can read more here.
Since coming to power in 2007, the SNP has overseen the closure of 1 in 10 GP's practices across Scotland. There are now 928 - down from 1,025 in 2008. You can read more here.