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Sturgeon to give message of friendship to people across the UK
Nicola Sturgeon MSP
Saturday, 28 March 2015

Nicola - ConferenceDuring her keynote address to SNP Conference in Glasgow today Ms Sturgeon is expected to say: “To ordinary people across these islands who feel just as let down by the out of touch Westminster system as we do, I have a very clear message.

“It is a message of friendship and solidarity.

“As long as Scotland remains part of the Westminster system, we will be your allies in seeking to shake up and reform that outdated and discredited system once and for all.

SNP comment on Miliband and Cameron head-to-head
Humza Yousaf MSP
Friday, 27 March 2015

Humza YousafCommenting following the Miliband and Cameron head-to-head, Humza Yousaf, SNP Minister for Europe and International Development, said: "This programme showed that neither the Tories nor Labour reflect the needs and priorities of the people of Scotland. David Cameron had no answers to where the cuts would fall, but we know from the Tory record that they would fall on the most vulnerable in society and the working poor. Ed Miliband's fatal flaw is to accept the same level of Tory spending cuts, while wanting to waste £100 billion on a new generation of Trident nuclear weapons to be dumped in Scotland.

"The real debate is that Scotland needs to have a strong voice at Westminster to achieve real change by electing a team of SNP MPs. That means an end to austerity with modest increases in spending to invest in public services, jobs and growth - electing SNP MPs means real power for Scotland at Westminster, and the delivery of progressive politics across the UK."

'Stronger for Scotland' as biggest ever campaign conference gets underway
SNP News
Friday, 27 March 2015

Nicola SturgeonSNP success delivers power for Scotland and progressive politics for UK

Ahead of the Scottish National Party's biggest ever campaign conference in Glasgow, SNP General Election Campaign coordinator and Westminster leader Angus Robertson has said that the General Election is a tremendous opportunity to make Scotland's voice heard at Westminster – and help deliver progressive politics across the UK.

The campaign theme is "Stronger for Scotland".

This is the biggest SNP conference yet – with 3,000 people attending it is 150 per cent bigger than the party's last conference in Perth just four months ago.

European Parliament asked to investigate David Coburn over Islamophobic remarks
Alyn Smith MEP
Tuesday, 17 March 2015

alyn smith mepThe European Parliament has been asked to investigate the conduct of UKIP MEP David Coburn after he made Islamophobic remarks, comparing SNP MSP Humza Yousaf to convicted terrorist Abu Hamza.

Humza Yousaf has today written to European Parliament President Martin Schulz calling for David Coburn’s remarks to be investigated and for disciplinary action to be taken as appropriate. Scotland’s five other MEPs have also written to Mr Schulz backing Humza’s call for an investigation.

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