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  - Winnie Ewing - 


Dear friend,


First and foremost, thank you for taking the time to visit my site, and for your interest in how we can ensure Scotland's voice is heard in the upcoming UK general election.


I feel privileged at the prospect of representing the people of this magnificent city and our surrounding towns and communities.


What can I say? This area has made me who I am today! Since being elected as an SNP Councillor for Dunfermline South in 2022, I have worked hard to give back to our constituency.

I am truly devoted to improving the lives and living standards of each and every one of our constituents, not just playing political games in Westminster that now appears to be common practice within the London parties.

With your help, I want to drive transformative change for our communities by delivering a resounding win for Dunfermline and Dollar at the upcoming general election.

You and those most important to you deserve real change, and not just the type of change that involves Scotland being ignored or taken for granted in London.

You - me - us - we have an incredible opportunity to take control of our own future as other nations around us have; to create a future society that is welcoming, prosperous and one that has its citizens wellbeing at the heart of its economy.

The resilient people of Dunfermline and Dollar have faced the brunt of Westminster damage for decades; still feeling the aftershocks of Thatcher’s systematic dismantling of our local industry.


Yet now, we face a stagnant, indecisive Labour Party who choose to idolise her economic illiteracy and ignore the harm that her policies have had upon our working people.

To that I say:

"Not in Scotland’s name!"


I have great ambitions for our area, and with your help, I will ensure that we are heard, we are seen and that our collective presence is felt whilst we remain chained to the Westminster system.

Finally, I would like to invite you to be part of my campaign by making a simple PLEDGE of support by using the form below.

I will be reaching out to everyone who pledges. I want to hear your priorities, your challenges and what matters most to you.

I look forward to speaking with you very soon!

Yours sincerely,


Naz Anis-Miah
SNP Candidate for Dunfermline and Dollar



Scotland in the EU

In 2016 Scotland voted overwhelmingly to remain in Europe. The SNP is now the only major UK party with a plan to return to the heart of Europe at the earliest opportunity. For the first time, Scotland would be at the table advancing Scotland’s interests directly in the EU. An independent Scotland would contribute positively to the EU and its member states.

An independent Scotland in the EU would be part of the world’s largest single market, with free movement of goods, services, capital and people. Scottish firms would be able to trade freely in a market seven times the size of the UK.

There would be more and better training and employment opportunities for people in Scotland, as well as the ability to attract and retain people from across the EU to help sustain and grow our businesses, world-leading universities and public services.

Naz Anis-Miah



Cost of Living Crisis

As a local councillor for Dunfermline South I speak daily to people about the struggle they face to keep food on the table and pay their bills. I’m proud that the Scottish Government is supporting families wherever possible, through the council tax freeze, the Scottish Child Payment, the rollout of free childcare and free school meals, free prescriptions and so much more. 

With my business background, I understand the challenges faced by our local businesses to thrive. These are the very businesses that provide sustainable employment and contribute to the community and the local economy. I will represent their interests at Westminster, whether that is in pushing for investing in services and boosting capital investment or easing the barriers to doing business in Europe.

Research from Sheffield Hallam University shows that Westminster welfare reform is costing Fife a whopping E140,000 every year. That equates to each working age adult spending on average £624 less annually in the local economy.

While we are all paying a high price for staying in Broken Brexit Britain, the BBC’s money expert Paul Lewis says “Over the past 25 years devolution has given Scotland limited but growing independence over its social security and tax policies. And they are better.

Imagine what we could achieve with all the powers of an independent country.



I have always believed that an independent Scotland has the potential to be a fairer, wealthier and more progressive country. This belief is central to my personal values and one of the main motivations for standing to be your elected representative at Westminster. 

I want my children to be citizens of an independent country

  • where their vote counts and their government reflects their values, 

  • where the huge renewable potential of Scotland has been harnessed to benefit Scotland and allow Scotland to reach net zero sooner, 

  • where the Scottish NHS is properly funded for everyone, 

  • where the Social Security system is based on respect and ensuring everyone is supported, 

  • where businesses can thrive and grow, 

  • where the right to study, live and work throughout the EU is again guaranteed. 


A vote for the SNP is a vote for Scotland to become an independent country.

Naz Anis-Miah


I am seeking your support as your parliamentary candidate ahead of the upcoming UK general election.

If we share the same priorities for Dunfermline and Dollar, for Scotland and for independence, then I would like to invite you to pledge your support to my campaign.

By completing the pledge form below and subscribing to, I will keep you updated on all of my campaign activity, latest news and other engagements.


You will also have access to other resources should you be interested in getting more involved in our campaign.


These include:

Access to campaign materials, stickers and posters


Local discussion groups


One-on-one virtual conversations via Zoom


Training sessions for new campaigners

Which political party do you normally vote for?
Which party would be your second choice, if a candiate from this party was not standing?
Which party will you vote for at the next Westminster General Election?
Do you think Scotland should be an independent country


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