- Continue council tax freeze in next parliament.
- £250m Scottish Futures Fund focussing on young people and early years, rolling out superfast broadband to rural areas, a "warm homes" initiative and transport fund.
- Bring forward independence referendum bill in next parliament.
- Maintain police numbers, including 1,000 extra officers delivered in last parliament.
- Protect the NHS budget with extra £1bn over four years.
- No university fees for Scottish students studying in Scotland, requiring additional funding of £93m a year.
- Increase domestic energy generation from renewables to 100% by 2020, ensuring 130,000 jobs delivered in low-carbon economy.
- Abolish youth unemployment in next parliament and create 250,000 jobs by end of decade.
- Deliver a National Care Service within the lifetime of the next parliament to end postcode lottery for elderly care.
- Six-month mandatory minimum jail sentences for knife-carrying.
- Re-instate Glasgow Airport Rail Link.
- Specialised training for up to 1,000 teachers, to boost literacy and numeracy standards.
- Introduce a new Scottish Living Wage of £7.15 an hour, piloted in the public sector
- Freeze council tax for two years.
- A continued freeze for council tax bills for all in 2012-13.
- Pilot introduction of hard shoulder -running, initially on sections of M77 and M8.
- Introduce variable university graduate fee, capped at £4,000 annually with the expectation of an average charge of £3,600.
- Look into possible tourism investment bank, based on the Austrian model.
- End Scottish government policy against new nuclear power - consider proposals for new stations but not on new sites.
- Reintroduce prescription charges at the 2009 level - set at £5 for a single item and £48 for a prepayment certificate - putting £37m into the NHS.
- Nationwide knife amnesty and reforms to "reflect" public expectation to jail knife carriers.
- Create the conditions for 100,000 new jobs, supported by at least £1.5bn of investment freed up by selling off Scottish Water debt, turning it into a "public benefit company".
- Keep university education free, with no tuition fees and no graduate contribution.
- Protect free personal care.
- Keep the Scottish bus pass, but progressively raise the age of entitlement to 65.
- Reform the council tax using the powers in the Scotland Bill
- Establish a new creative industry fund.
- Keep higher education free, if other parties work with us
- Support the provisions set out in the Scotland Bill on more tax, borrowing and other powers for Holyrood.
- Focus on crime prevention and putting mediation and restorative justice at the heart of the system.
- Ensure local health services are protected against centralisation.
- Commit to large-scale ecosystem restoration projects, including the provision of dedicated funds for peatland restoration.
- Cancel second Forth crossing and the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route
- Back renewed convention on Scottish devolution, with the public and civic organisations in the driving seat.
- Land value tax to replace council tax and business rates and make use of the variable rate of income tax if the cuts continue.
- Keep higher education free based on ability to learn, not to pay.