UK General Election – What we know so far

The UK General Election campaign is underway, with major political parties making their case to businesses as well as the wider electorate. 


A series of policies have already been announced from most of the parties, which will impact businesses and the economy in Scotland and across the UK.


The general election could lead to significant policy shifts — depending on which party comes to power; affecting taxation, regulation, trade and tariffs, market volatility, and future growth and innovation.


SCC has compiled a summary of the policies which we know so far, which have been trailed before the election was announced and since it was announced.


This summary document will be updated regularly as more policies are announced and finalised once all party manifestos have been published.


You access this summary by clicking the button link below.

UK General Election 2024 – What we know so far (29th May 2024)


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