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Stirling SNP Welcomes Over 170 New Members


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More than 170 local people have joined the Scottish National Party since First Minister Nicola Sturgeon gave her account at Holyrood’s Harassment Inquiry. 

More than 60% of the new member intake are women.

Local SNP politicians have welcomed those who have recently joined the Party, ahead of the crucial 2021 Holyrood election.

Stirling MP Alyn Smith said:

Firstly, I’d like to welcome our 170-and-rising new members, who join the more-than 10,000 new members country-wide who have come to the SNP in recent weeks. The SNP truly is the biggest and best Party in town.

‘The past year has seen the First Minister and the SNP government demonstrate tremendous leadership during what has been the most difficult time for us all. It’s clear that the SNP’s actions in government and our positive message for Scotland has been a rallying call to so many to come to our cause.

‘This could not have happened at a more crucial time. May’s election is the most important Scotland has ever faced. Our future as an independent European nation is on the ballot.

‘Across the Stirling area, we are hoping to elect Evelyn Tweed and re-elect Keith Brown as our local MSPs to contribute to an SNP/pro-independence majority at Holyrood, which will ensure the people of Scotland have a say over our own future.

‘Scotland’s future must be Scotland’s choice.’