We are at a critical juncture in Scottish politics - Miles Briggs MSP

We are at a critical juncture in Scottish politics - Miles Briggs MSP

We are at a critical juncture in Scottish politics - Miles Briggs MSP My colleague and friend Jackson Carlaw has taken the brave decision to step down as leader of the Scottish Conservatives. I know this will have been a tough decision and Jackson deserves a huge amount of respect for putting country and the party first. I wish him well. Politics and people’s lives have been dominated by Covid-19 since March and tackling the virus has rightly been the number one priority for all political parties throughout Britain. Thanks to the diligence of people across Scotland and Britain, following social distancing guidelines, we have managed to suppress the virus. We are now in a position where we have to look to the future, and minimise the impact of Covid-19 on our economy and ensure young people get back on track with their education. We are currently at a critical juncture in Scottish politics and the next leader of the Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party must have a vision to recover from Covid-19, as well as building for the future now that the UK has left the European Union. That’s why I’m supporting Douglas Ross. I’ve worked alongside and considered Douglas a great friend for more than 10 years. He’s a passionate campaigner for Scotland and has the passion, intellect and vision to be a great leader. I believe he is the right person to unite Unionists voters in May and move Scotland forward. As we emerge from the coronavirus public ...
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