Brown calls out ‘broken Westminster system’
Keith Brown: ‘delivering for the people’
SNP depute leader Keith Brown restated the case for Scottish independence today by pointing to the “broken Westminster system”.
Opening the SNP’s virtual annual conference he appealed to Scots’ belief in their ability to run their own affairs, but also to rise above the “lack of vision” among the unionist parties.
“The SNP gathers this weekend in great shape – but also with great resolve,” he said.
“The last couple of years have been challenging for all of us, and they have made us all think about what really matters in our lives.
“As a responsible government, the SNP’s first priority has been – and remains – steering Scotland safely through the pandemic.