'Completely unacceptable' Top Sturgeon aide urged to act immediately over SNP 'propaganda'


    The tweet featured a two-minute plus video clip featuring a series of graphics claiming Scotland’s economy would grow faster with independence.

    The video also stated that with independence, Scotland would no longer be tied to the UK’s “Brexit-based economy”, which the post said evidence has shown has delivered low growth and high inequality.

    In his letter to Permanent Secretary John-Paul Marks, Scottish Conservative Chairman Craig Hoy accuses the post of breaking Section 15 of the Civil Service Code, the Scottish Daily Express reported.

    The section states that civil servants must not “act in a way that is determined by party political considerations or use official resources for party political purposes”.

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