Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie has challenged Nicola Sturgeon to abandon her accelerated pathway to another referendum which she announced at the BBC Leaders Debate in Aberdeen.Read more
Borders Liberal Democrat Michael Moore today said that as the second full week of general election campaigning draws to a close, only the Liberal Democrats have a fully-costed plan to increase investment in Scotland’s NHS and give doctors and nurses the support they need.Read more
Liberal Democrat deputy leader Sir Malcolm Bruce today said that SNP full fiscal autonomy plans pose a clear and present risk to public services and called on Nicola Sturgeon to set out what she would cut to fund the estimated £7.6 billion spending gap that would hit Scotland in the first year under the SNP’s economic plans.Read more
Scottish Liberal Democrat Business Minister Jo Swinson today said that Labour and SNP economic plans and Tory cuts pose a grave threat to the future funding of the NHS and other public services in Scotland.Read more
Liberal Democrat Scottish Secretary Alistair Carmichael today warned that working Scots would pay £400 a year more under the SNP's income tax plan than they will under the Liberal Democrats.
On Friday, Scottish Secretary Alistair Carmichael launched a nationwide weekend of campaigning for the Liberal Democrats in support of the £825 income tax cut that starts on Monday 6th for working people in Scotland.Read more
Scottish Liberal Democrat party president Sir Malcolm Bruce has warned that the SNP’s plans to borrow £180bn to pay for their promises threatens to wreck NHS funding.
Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie has called on the SNP to set out the full impact of its plans for full fiscal autonomy as its proposals descended into further confusion today.Read more
Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie has called on the SNP Government to scrap its illiberal super ID database as more and more people backed Lib Dem opposition to the plans.Read more
Willie Rennie MSP's speech to the Scottish Police Federation conference 2015: