Taylor Muir Conservative
Age: 20 Lives: Burnside Occupational background: Full time student/customer service adviser for a telecommunications company Political icon: Ronald Reagan
This election is going to focus on two major issues – tax and the constitution.
With the SNP plotting to launch a new campaign for separation in the summer and Labour’s leader revealing that the idea of her backing separation is “not inconceivable,” residents in Rutherglen and Cambuslang can be assured of one simple truth: only by using both of their votes for the Scottish Conservative and Unionist party can voters stand behind the UK and say no to a second referendum.
We want the Scottish Parliament to use the powers it has to build a stronger economy and protect our NHS, not take us back to the division of the last few years. I will also stand against making Scotland the highest taxed part of the UK.
We will follow the UK Government example and allow hard-working taxpayers to keep more of the money they earn.
My message to our community in the next four weeks will be this: if you believe we should respect the decision of those who voted No and want to avoid paying more tax than the rest of the UK, then vote for the Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party.
We’ll follow the UK Government example and allow taxpayers to keep more of their money