An election is coming, and the SNP are putting Westminster on notice: we will bring down Boris Johnson and his dangerous and delusional Tory government. This election will be of incredible importance, and only a strong team of SNP MPs can stand up for Scotland’s interests, opposing a No Deal Brexit and ensuring that the people of Scotland are given the opportunity to take a different path through independence.
More than ever before, this election is about Scotland’s right to choose a better future with independence. Only the SNP stands between Scotland and an increasingly delusional hard-line Tory government, and the looming Brexit disaster shows exactly why Scotland’s people must have the right to choose a better future with independence.
Your financial support will ensure that Martyn Day and the SNP can reach every voter in Linlithgow and East Falkirk, and make the case for Martyn’s re-election, and for independence. Your support is greatly appreciated!
It has been an honour and a privilege to represent my home constituency since 2015, and to serve the people of Linlithgow and East Falkirk over that time. I have directly helped thousands of families to resolve the issues that matter most to them, and I relish the opportunity to continue this important work.
However, I didn’t join the SNP to be a Member of Parliament. I joined the SNP because I believe that Scotland should be an independent country. The best people to make decisions affecting Scotland are the people who live and work here, and it’s time to make that a reality.
We are closer than ever before to achieving independence for Scotland. The coming election campaign will be a defining moment in our campaign for independence, and I am very grateful for your support.
Promoted by Callum Timms, 39 Chestnut Grove, Bo'ness; on behalf of Martyn Day, 6 Preston Crescent, Linlithgow
When you are kind enough to donate more than £50 to my campaign your name and address will be checked against the electoral register to ensure that you are eligible to donate. Your name, but not your address will be made available by the Council on request after the election.