Nicola Sturgeon returned to the north-east today to join Richard Thomson, SNP candidate for Gordon, on the campaign trail.
The first minister travelled to Ellon to meet staff at the BrewDog craft beer brewery.
— Nicola Sturgeon (@NicolaSturgeon) November 16, 2019
Ahead of her visit, she said: “It’s clear that at this election, a vote for the SNP is a vote to protect Scotland from the serious economic damage that a hard Tory Brexit will do.
“And with the Brexit party pulling the Tories strings it is increasingly likely that the Tories – if they are re-elected – will go for a No Deal Brexit at the end of next year, damaging the economy even further.
“Only a vote for the SNP at this election is a vote to escape Brexit, protect jobs and living standards and put Scotland’s future in Scotland’s hands – not Boris Johnson’s.”