UKIP Scotland leader and MEP David Coburn has launched his party's manifesto
The general election blueprint promises to "cut all ties" with the "dinosaur" EU.
He also spoke out against independence, backing "a strong Scotland in a strong United Kingdom".
Other proposals include keeping taxation at UK levels or lower and encouraging entrepreneurship in schools.
The document also includes a pledge to "draw a red line at the transfer of further powers from Westminster" to avoid "independence by accident".
And it calls for the UK's foreign aid budget to be slashed, saying "charity begins at home".
At the launch in Ediburgh, the MEP also described SNP education policies as "unreadable gobbledegook".
Mr Coburn pledged to 'ensure Brexit means exit'
He also claimed the Tories were "trying to steal [Ukip's] clothes" and were too soft on the matter of a second Scottish independence referendum.
Scotland must fully leave the European Union and its single market
Mr Coburn said: "Scotland must fully leave the European Union and its single market, whose one-size-fits-all trans-continental bureaucratic rules damage our entrepreneurial society.
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"Scotland must fully leave the European Union and its single market, whose one-size-fits-all trans-continental bureaucratic rules damage our entrepreneurial society.
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More than 3.6m people turned out to vote in the Scottish independent referendum, resulting in a 'No' vote with 55.3%.Here we take a look at the public's reaction.
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Pro-Independence supporters are pictured in Edinburgh, Scotland, on September 19, 2014, as referendum results are announced. Scotland appeared set to reject independence on Friday with 23 out of 32 voting areas declared and the crucial Glasgow region having given its result
"The old parties in Scotland are willing to accept a semi-divorced relationship with the EU, where we can have legislation forced upon us.
"Ukip is the only party in Scotland which wants to cut all ties with the sclerotic, undemocratic European Union and bring its powers back to where they belong."
The is standing in 10 seats north of the Border with Coburn setting his sights on former prime minister Gordon Brown's Kirkcaldy and Cowdenbeath seat.
He also spoke out against independence, backing 'a strong Scotland'
A Scottish Tory spokesman said: "This low-key and anonymous event confirms UKIP has no presence in Scottish politics.
"Its manifesto pretends Ukip is the only party serious about keeping Scotland in the UK.
"That's completely wrong, and the Scottish Conservatives have proved time and again to be the natural home for voters who want Britain to stay together."