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SNP on tax
Demand that the government devolves taxation powers to the Scottish government, as is the case with income tax.
Oppose tax cuts for big businesses and crack down on tax avoidance and evasion.
Call on government to match Scottish per capita NHS spending.
Propose a new NHS protection act to guarantee trade deals won't undermine health service principles. Make all trade deals require the consent of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
SNP on household bills
Reform the energy market and introduce an Ofgem database of households who have not switched suppliers.
Introduce a free national energy switching service.
Press the government to invest in digital connectivity including super-fast broadband and 5G.
SNP on transport
Invest over £500m in improving bus infrastructure to make bus travel the greenest option.
Reduce emissions from Scotland's railways to zero by 2035.
Pursue the government to commit to speed up journey times between Scotland and London to help reduce domestic flights.
SNP on schools and university
Expand childcare into the school holidays for primary school pupils from the poorest backgrounds.
Urge the government to support low-income families with payments at key times in a child's life and match the Scottish Child Payment of £10 per week for eligible families.
SNP on Brexit
Stop Brexit and support a second EU referendum with remain on the ballot paper. Support revocation of Article 50 if necessary.
Deliver a second referendum on Scottish independence.
Which?'s consumer agenda
Which? has outlined its agenda for the next government, which sets out six commitments that we want all political parties to make to deliver positive, tangible improvements for individuals across the UK.
This includes providing banking services that work for everyone, better protection over unsafe products and fairer pensions.