Everyone is invited to come along to the 2019 General Election Hustings at Stornoway Town Hall on Tuesday, 10th December 2019 at 7.00pm…less than two days before Polling Day begins.

You can email your questions for the candidates to

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The event is hosted by Lews Castle College UHI but is open to all.

Angus MacNeil SNP candidate speaking just a week before the election said: “It has been enjoyable going through the Islands and hearing the views of voters from Barra to the Butt of Lewis. On the doorsteps people understand that the choice in this election is between choosing for ourselves what kind of country we want to live in or allowing others to make that choice for us.

“ The recent Ipsos MORI poll for STV shows support for the SNP at 44%  with the Tories in second place 18% behind. Only by voting for the SNP can Scotland help deprive the Tories and Boris Johnson of the victory they so badly want.

“In Scotland the Scottish Government has spent billions mitigating the worst of the austerity imposed by the Tories and unchecked by a weakened Labour Party fighting among themselves rather than for the people they are supposed to represent.

 “In Westminster, the SNP will continue to make the case for free TV Licenses for the over 75’s and to prevent a future Tory Government from further increasing the pension age. We will also argue for the UK Government to match the ambitious climate targets set by the Scottish Government and against any renewal of Trident.

“I would encourage everyone to vote on December 12th  and only a vote for the SNP will ensure we get the fairer, more equal Scotland we want.” 

For the UK Parliament election on December 12th in Na h-Eileanan an Iar constituency:

  • Alison MacCorquodale is the Labour Party candidate
  • Angus MacNeil is the Scottish National Party (SNP) candidate
  • Neil Mitchison is the Liberal Democrat Party candidate
  • Jennifer Ross is the Conservative and Unionist Party candidate