SNP Battle Bus Aims for Road to Success in May 5 Competition


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Activists gathered on the bus which was joined in Shotts by Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon to hammer home their election promises with some enthusiasm in the Easter weekend sunshine.

And Scottish National Party leader at North Lanarkshire Council, Jordan Linden, was front and center to ensure their message was heard.

Mr Linden said: ‘I was delighted to welcome the SNP National Campaign Battle Bus to North Lanarkshire this weekend and share our message in our communities.

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In a no-holds-barred message to the electorate, he added: ‘Don’t vote for parties that make false promises, these elections are not about cutting train and bus fares as Labor may have you believe and they are not aimed at stopping the SNP as the Tories want you to think.

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And he was quick to reference the Downing Street drinking party scandal which saw the Prime Minister fined last week.

Mr Linden added: ‘This is about electing local champions to work for you and standing up for local services, this is about sending Boris Johnson and his friends a message that the party is beautiful and well completed and that they are crucial to act on the cost of living. A different future is possible in North Lanarkshire, let’s go and vote for it. Our message is clear – Vote SNP.


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