The defining characteristic of the last 14 years of nationalist misrule has been SNP failure.
SNP failure in Education, in Health, in Justice, on the economy and jobs, on tackling the SNP's appalling drug-deaths record, and in its failure to be honest with the Scottish People.
The tired, dishonest and increasingly incoherent SNP administration continues to pile catastrophe on chaos, wrecking livelihoods on a daily basis.
And in the middle of a pandemic, when Scotland has gained hugely from the UK decision to press ahead with vaccine approvals and purchases, the arrogant SNP still puts party before people, continuing to pursue its destructive obsession with separation.
Despite the clear and once in a generation democratic decision in 2014 of you, the Scottish People, to back the Union and reject separation, the SNP's priority is not rebuilding Scotland, not concentrating on undoing the harm caused by its mismanagement of the economy, but instead to push for destructive division with all the economic chaos and misery that would bring to Scotland.
As the true extent to which the SNP leadership has misled the Scottish Parliament and People becomes clearer every day, in May we face the biggest decision of the decade: reject the failure and dishonesty of the SNP, and instead support the Scottish Conservative vision for a better, kinder, more prosperous and united Scotland.
Commenting on the request made by the Leader of the Comhairle nan Eilean Siar (Western Isles Council) to the Prime Minister to intervene in the ferry crisis afflicting the islands, Highlands and Islands Scottish Conservative MSP Donald Cameron said:
Highlands and Islands MSP Jamie Halcro Johnston has expressed concern about the length of time some local residents are having to wait for a referral to a chronic pain clinic in the NHS Highland health board region.
Highlands and Islands MSP Donald Cameron has written to the Minister for Transport demanding an action plan explaining how the SNP Government will make good on its promises to tackle the ongoing ferry crisis.
Highlands and Islands MSP Donald Cameron has said that resourcing mental health treatment for young people has never been more important, after new statistics from Public Health Scotland indicated that 161 young people in the NHS Highland area sought treatment between January and March 2021.