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The SNP would consider linking the minimum wage in Scotland to inflation to ensure that pay for the lowest earners would keep up with prices, if a Yes vote is secured in the forthcoming independence referendum. The party claims that 150,000 people in Scotland would see their pay increase as a result of the proposals. Dep...
SNP press release An estimated 150,000 people could see a pay increase in an independent Scotland, new figures reveal. In an independent Scotland the SNP will ...
SNP press release Official figures show that in average 70,000 people leave Scotland every year, which is over 700,000 over the past decade, illustrating how the N...
Better Together press release The campaign to keep Scotland in the UK has all the momentum, a new poll published today confirmed. A new Panelbase poll for toda...
SNP press release Commenting on a report in today’s Sunday Herald showing that Trident will cost taxpayers in Scotland over £1 billion to maintain in the Clyde ov...
SNP press release Analysis of international GDP per head rankings underlines how wealthy a country Scotland is - and confirms the opportunity to make Scotland’s we...
22/07/2014 on BBC News
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