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Humza Yousaf must leave out talk of independence in key statement

The First Minister has been urged to leave out any talk of independence when he delivers a key statement to Holyrood tomorrow.


Humza Yousaf is expected to outline his priorities in government for the next three years when he addresses MSPs in the Scottish Parliament.


Pro-UK campaigners Scotland in Union said his focus should be entirely on pressing devolved issues like the NHS, education and the cost-of-living crisis.


Pamela Nash, chief executive of Scotland in Union, said:


“As a new First Minister, this is Humza Yousaf’s chance to place his sole focus on tackling the things that matter most to the people of Scotland.


“The public will not want to hear a single mention of independence or another referendum when he addresses the Scottish Parliament.


“It is time for him to move on from the obsession with breaking up Britain.


“Instead, he should be making clear that his priorities are reviving the NHS, improving education, growing the economy and addressing the cost-of-living crisis.


“These are crucial areas which, due to the SNP’s overwhelming focus on indyref2, have been forced to play second fiddle for far too long.”




3 komentarze


ga.barnes
ga.barnes
05 maj 2023

They are a party with hearing difficulties who hit the destruct button on everything do. They cow tow to minority groups. Let’s get back to a prosperous Scotland with ferries that run.

Polub

margaretdurkinbrown
margaretdurkinbrown
17 kwi 2023

We know he will never stop talking about independence so that is why we should never vote for the SNP, We have plenty important issues that need our attention

Polub

Gordon McQueen
Gordon McQueen
17 kwi 2023

We need to rid Scotland of this nationalist cancer, which the SNP and other like minded parties adhere to. In fact we would be better off getting rid of the Scottish so called Parliament altogether.

Polub
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