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Posts Tagged: Scottish Parliament elections 2016
Both of the national parties are built around different attitudes to economic policy, and the Scottish Parliament’s new responsibilities will force tough choices on the SNP.
The Scottish Conservative leader has rebounded from the result and is sticking to the plan: stand up to the SNP and squeeze Labour’s unionist vote.
Also: Davies warns Welsh Assembly could be ‘swept away’; Brown bids to unpick the UK; SNP under pressure on finances and education; and more.
Our strategy was crucial to success. But last Thursday was just the beginning.
The Scottish Conservative leader congratulates Sturgeon but points to the SNP’s loss of a Holyrood majority.
For the first time, Sturgeon needs to reach out to others
Ruth Davidson: Sturgeon has broken her promise that Scotland’s referendum was “once in a generation”. What a shock.
The news shows how foolish Labour and the Lib Dems were to take the First Minister at her word.
“We need to tell voters that we’re the party that can challenge the SNP – now the only party that can challenge the SNP.”