I'm a Nat... Why Celebrities, Activists and Politicians vote SNP.





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Uploaded on Apr 24, 2010


Saturday, 24th April 2010. The SNP today has issued a new online campaign video IM A NAT in which voters, activists and politicians set out why they back the SNP on May 6th.

The short film features the voice of Sir Sean Connery urging voters On May 6th,
dont just vote for a politician elect a local champion.

Sir Sean is joined by Braveheart actor James Cosmo recorded in a break from
filming in London - setting out why he is a Nat:

Im a Nat, and I say dont waste £100 billion on new nuclear weapons

Martin Compston, star of Sweet Sixteen and Monarch of the Glen, currently promoting his new film, joins the campaign saying: Im a nat because I believe in Independence.

Supporting the partys campaign for local champions and a strong SNP voice in a balanced parliament, the video which also features Alex Salmond and Nicola Sturgeon is now available on YouTube and other online and offline sources.

Launching the video, SNP leader Alex Salmond said: Across Scotland voters at this election have the chance to stand up and say Im a Nat.

Whether voting for a local champion at Westminster, electing more Nats to ensure there are less cuts to Scotlands budget or supporting a better future for Scotland with Independence voters across Scotland are turning to the SNP as the only alternative to the three Westminster parties at this election.

Sir Sean Connery, James Cosmo and Martin Compston are strong voices for Scotland at home and overseas. SNP MPs at this election will be strong voices in Westminster for Scotlands communities and Scotlands interests.

The other parties have tried to make Scotland irrelevant at this election, but as more people stand up and say Im a Nat the more Scotlands voice will be heard.


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