The Queen's Speech programme announced by the UK Government does not reflect the priorities of local communities, Glasgow North SNP MP Patrick Grady has said.
The SNP manifesto called for an end to austerity, an end to a Trident, and delivery of substantial new job-creating powers for the Scottish Parliament.
Commenting on the Queen's Speech, Patrick Grady MP said: "The priorities in the Queen's Speech are not the priorities Scotland voted for. Across Glasgow and the country, people voted against austerity and for a progressive alternative. I'll be working with my SNP colleagues in the city to speak up loudly for our local communities. And as the new SNP Westminster spokesperson on international development, I want to see the UK play its part in global efforts to tackle poverty and climate change"