Scotland’s political leaders made their last ditch pleas for votes yesterday as they spent the final hours before the election clashing over Brexit and Scottish independence.
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The final Scottish leaders debate of this fractious general election was pitched as a chance for Nicola Sturgeon, Jackson Carlaw, Richard Leonard and Willie Rennie to make a last ditch plea for votes.
Nicola Sturgeon tonight insisted that she respected the outcome of the 2014 independence referendum - despite using the General Election to campaign for another one next year.
The Liberal Democrats started this election campaign with high hopes and optimism.
The Liberal Democrats have “changed the debate” in the election campaign, according to the party’s leader in Scotland.
Nicola Sturgeon got her skates on as she visited Aberdeen’s Christmas market on the election campaign trail.
Voters must “act now” to stop the SNP from seeking a Scottish independence referendum next year, Willie Rennie has said.
Willie Rennie claimed the Lib Dems had a “good chance” of beating SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford when he put opposition to independence at the heart of his party’s manifesto yesterday.
Campaigning will be disrupted on Saturday in the wake of the London Bridge terror attack.
After the main party leaders got a grilling from a Question Time audience on Friday night, election campaigning will continue in earnest over the weekend.
Willie Rennie has claimed the Liberal Democrats are “stronger” as a party after their time in coalition with the Tories but admitted he has “regrets” about some of the policies that were introduced.
The Liberal Democrats would end negotiations with the EU and stop Brexit “there and then” if the party forms a government, Willie Rennie has pledged.
Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie claimed the SNP was “worried” by his party’s challenge as he campaigned in Ross, Skye and Lochaber.
The Liberal Democrats will take their election campaign message to SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford's seat today.
The Scottish Liberal Democrats have unveiled their plan for a “brighter future” following the General Election.
Scots who “despair” over Brexit should vote for the Liberal Democrats to call a halt to the UK’s departure from the European Union, Jo Swinson said.
Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie has made a plea to Labour voters who feel they are “without a political home”.
Liberal Democrats are promising Scots a “brighter future” by halting both Brexit and SNP demands for a second independence vote.
Scotland’s political leaders yesterday kicked off their campaigns for a winter General Election, which will be dominated by Brexit and calls for a second Scottish independence referendum.
Scottish independence would bring “all the chaos of Brexit multiplied”, Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie has said.
Jo Swinson and Willie Rennie will today issue a joint plea to Scottish voters to back the Lib Dems to "bring an end to Brexit".
Jo Swinson can be the “refreshing change” the country needs, according to Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie.
A second referendum on Scottish independence and one on the Northern Irish border issue have widespread support among voters on the UK mainland, a new poll suggests.
Holyrood last night passed controversial plans for a Citizens’ Assembly despite opposition fears that it would act as a “Trojan Horse” for independence.
Willie Rennie yesterday claimed Shetlanders were “passionate” about staying in the UK when he campaigned on the islands, in advance of next month’s by-election.
Deputy First Minister John Swinney yesterday claimed the “tide is turning” towards the SNP when he visited Shetland in advance of next month’s crucial by-election.
Nicola Sturgeon has signalled that she is considering dropping Scottish Government support for the third runway at Heathrow.
Children in Scotland should not start primary school until they are six or seven-years-old, it will be claimed today.
A new vision for Scottish independence was branded “austerity on stilts” last night amid claims it would lead to almost £30 billion of cuts in a decade.
Scottish Labour leader Richard Leonard has told MPs he does not accept the current Brexit devolution deal.
Labour, Green and Lib Dem MSPs have voted in favour of tax rises to fund extra spending on public services like the NHS and schools.
Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie has opened the door to alliances with the talks with the SNP over Brexit and the budget.