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SNP candidates should cancel indy summit to focus on priorities

Candidates vying to replace Nicola Sturgeon as First Minister should commit to cancelling next month’s de facto referendum conference..


Repeated polling has shown that the people of Scotland want the Scottish Government to focus on important issues like health, education, the economy and the cost-of-living crisis.


Any candidate putting themselves forward should shake up the SNP’s priorities by scrapping the “special democracy conference” planned for March 19th.


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


“Research has consistently shown that people believe the priorities for the Scottish Government should be issues like the NHS, schools, jobs and addressing the cost-of-living crisis.


“Yet, the SNP are going ahead with a conference to decide if they will misuse votes at the General Election as a de facto vote for independence or just for a referendum. Either way is utterly ridiculous.


“Nicola Sturgeon devoted her whole time in office sowing division and trying to break up the UK.


“Candidates looking to fill her shoes should completely rethink government priorities, starting with scrapping this summit next month.”




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margaretdurkinbrown
margaretdurkinbrown
16. Feb. 2023

I would love the whole of the SNP to resign or be sacked, they are a waste of space . We should all unite as a nation of Great Britain and deal with important matters

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ga.barnes
ga.barnes
16. Feb. 2023

Every stupid unthought out challenge to the Supreme Court costs us taxpayers money. The UK government have let Sturgeon get away with murder. Setting aside £20m of taxpayers money to support an Independence referendum must be totally illegal. The NHS was crying out for that money. Good riddance to a one trick pony

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