The manifesto makes no mention of All for Unity’s policy on abortion or assisted suicide.
The manifesto makes no mention of All for Unity’s policy on marriage/family, online safety or gambling, although the party say they “will actively seek legislation to hold individuals accountable for their online actions” in the context of anonymous online bullying.
On parental rights in the context of education, All for Unity pledge to enhance “the voices of parents in educational policy by reviewing the roles of the National Parent Forum, Connect and Us For Them Scotland as bodies for representing parent’s and carers’ interests.”
The manifesto makes no mention of All for Unity’s policy on commercial sexual exploitation or human trafficking, although they make clear they are opposed to Scotland withdrawing from the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR).
On Free speech, All for Unity pledge to:
- “campaign for the repeal of the Hate Crime Bill immediately and in full”
- “promote free speech and diversity of opinion on campuses”
- “support free speech within the parameters of previous discrimination and incitements laws”
On drugs policy, the party would seek to “clarify the reasons for our high level of drugs deaths” and “increase funding to drug rehabilitation centres.”
The full manifesto can be accessed here: