Libertarian Press Release and Manifesto

Libertarian Press Release and Manifesto

The Scottish Libertarian Party today (27/4/16) announce the launch of their Electoral manifesto for the upcoming Scottish Elections on the 5th May.

Alan Findlay, Party leader, said of the release:

“I’m very proud that The Scottish Libertarian party today announce the launch of their manifesto in their first national election. We are a new party dedicated to reversing the slow death of free speech in Scotland, and the only party dedicated to fiscal responsibility and a reduction of the tax burden, returning Scotland to real economic growth.”

Some …

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Why Scottish Libertarians Matter

Why Scottish Libertarians Matter

Ain’t it great to have a choice?

So who will it be at the ballot box this year? One of the big-government liberals on the left, or one of the big-government conservatives on the right? The liberals want to be your mammy. The Conservatives what to be your daddy. Is there anyone who wants to treat you like an adult?

Enter The Scottish Libertarian Party who will be standing 4 candidates in The Scottish Elections this year.

We are against the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and adventurism …

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Let Battle Commence

Let Battle Commence

Finally a great and Historic moment has arived for the Scottish Libertarian Party.

We are proud to announce our candidates for the Scottish Parliamentary Elections on May 5th 2016.

The candidates and regions/constituency are as follows:

Alan Findlay (Leader) – West Scotland

 

Tom Laird (Dep) – Edinburgh Central (Constituency)

 

Calum Paul – Mid Scotland and Fife

 

 

Derek Scott – North East of Scotland

 

Get out there and support your candidate. Whether by voting for them if you  fall within the region. Or by offering to help out with campaigning, leafleting, or any …

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Government Investment is a “Terminal” Illness

Government Investment is a “Terminal” Illness

Governments have consistently shown throughout history that they make poor investment decisions and even poorer financial forecasts. Two recent examples in Scotland stand out.

Firstly, the Parliament building in Edinburgh was originally expected to cost somewhere between £10m and £40m, and ended up with a price tag of over £400m. And secondly, the infamous tram network, which was originally supposed to cost £500m for around 20 miles of track and ultimately ran to a total expected bill (including interest) of over £1bn for a much shorter …

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