#SNP18: Ian Blackford promises 'maximum disruption' from SNP MPs over Brexit
SNP Westminster leader reiterates that the Scottish Government will only accept a deal that keeps Scotland in the single market and customs union.
SNP WESTMINSTER LEADER Ian Blackford has told delegates at the party’s ongoing conference that they can expect “maximum disruption” from the party’s MPs over Brexit, following the release of SNP-commissioned polling that suggests a no-deal Brexit would increase support for independence.
New campaign organisation aims to take independence movement ‘to the next level’
On the fourth anniversary of the 2014 referendum, the Scottish Independence Convention has revealed its plans for a new campaign body
THE SCOTTISH INDEPENDENCE CONVENTION has announced plans for a new national campaign organisation, aiming to raise support for independence above 50 per cent.
Opposition parties prepare for snap election as Tory Brexit mayhem worsens
Speculation over the long term future of the UK government has grown after leading Tory Brexiteers Boris Johnson and David Davis resigned from the cabinet
OPPOSITION parties are preparing for a snap general election after Theresa May's government was plunged into chaos following the resignation of Boris Johnson and David Davis amidst a rift in the cabinet over the governments approach to negotiations.
Boris Johnson followed David Davis in leaving the cabinet, announcing his resignation as foreign secretary on Monday [9 July] afternoon.
As SNP pressure Theresa May to condemn Trump's child imprisonment policy, campaigners prepare for his Scotland visit in July
Ahead of protests against Trump’s UK visit, SNP Westminster leader uses #WorldRefugee Day to compare May’s ‘hostile environment’ to America’s detention of migrant children
AS ACTIVISTS prepare for national demonstrations in protest against the July visit by US president Donald Trump to the UK, condemnation of the separation and detention of immigrant children by US authorities has grown to include Prime Minister Theresa May.