Glasgow’s for Europe

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Glasgow is being dragged out of the European Union against our will.

Despite 7 out of 10 Glaswegians voting to Remain, our votes have been ignored.

All our efforts to be heard on Brexit have been met with a brick wall.

Enough is enough.

We need to send a clear message that we will not accept a Brexit process that silences our city, treats our Scottish Parliament and Government with contempt and fails to represent the interests of all the people who
live here.

The SNP is fighting to stop a Tory/Labour Brexit disaster – we will always stand up for Scotland, and our place in the European family of nations.

Let’s make it loud and clear on May 23, Glasgow for Europe! Vote SNP


SNP: Speaks up for Scotland in Europe

‘No one born this century voted for Brexit but it will impact most on young people who will lose the right to freely live, work and study in 27 European countries.

It doesn’t have to be this way. Every SNP vote will help Scotland stand against the Labour and Tory parties’ shambolic Brexit.

Alex Kerr


MEP candidate


The benefits for Glasgow

You can find out more about the benefits the EU brings to Glasgow in this report published by Alison Thewliss, MP for Glasgow Central:

Alison Thewliss


MP for Glasgow Central


SNP: Delivers for Glasgow

The SNP has thrown open the doors of the City Chambers. Your SNP group has committed more than £1 million to bring democracy closer to communities and settled the unfair Equal Pay shambles left behind by the previous Labour administration.

At Westminster, Glasgow’s SNP MPs stand up for Scotland’s interests every day. Standing firm against heartless Tory policies like the rape clause and bedroom tax and making it clear that Scotland will not accept a disastrous Brexit it did not vote for.

Your SNP representatives will always stand up for Glasgow and for Scotland.



SNP: Delivers for Scotland

‘The SNP has proved Scotland has what it takes to be independent. We’ve delivered
free tuition for our young people, extended free personal care to under-65s and
delivered more than 82,000 affordable homes. The SNP delivers for Scotland.’

Nicola Sturgeon MSP


First Minister of Scotland

Key EU Facts

  • £809 million of structural funds until 2020, half of which is threatened by Brexit
  • More than £500 million in research and education funding since 2014
  • Funding for a projects including the M8, M73 and M74 motorway improvements, district heating projects, employability services and much more.
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