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July 2, 2018

❤️ As the NHS marks its 70th birthday this month, the SNP Scottish Government is set to deliver the best pay rise for staff in the UK.

Supporting a strong NHS workforce

We owe a huge debt of gratitude to the staff who work in our NHS. Day in and day out, doctors, nurses...

April 21, 2016

 

Following the Panama Papers leak, which lifted the lid on the elaborate tax avoidance techniques employed by wealthy individuals – including a number of world leaders – the Prime Minister was forced to issue a statement about his own financial affairs.
 
Initially, wh...

April 8, 2016

 

A fairly recent development in Scottish political discourse is the live televised leaders’ debates. During General Elections, Scottish Parliament Elections and the Independence Referendum, millions tuned in to help better understand the issues facing the country, what...

April 1, 2016

LABOUR BACKS TAX BREAKS FOR THE RICHEST AND AN INCREASE FOR THE POOREST

 

"You voted for it”, the four words Chancellor George Osborne uttered to turn Labour MP, Helen Goodman’s appearance at the Treasury Committee in to a very, very awkward moment (watch here).

 

Ms Goodm...

February 16, 2016

 

"If the fiscal framework is detrimental to Scotland by even £1 less than current Barnett funding then that compromises both The Vow and the Smith Commission, and Sturgeon and John Swinney would be correct not to sign up.” So thundered the Daily Record editorial last w...

February 3, 2016

 

Keen to extend his honeymoon period and dampen fears that austerity might not be the best way forward, a fresh faced David Cameron used his first speech as Prime Minister at the Conservative Party Conference (2010) to reiterate claims that the people of the UK were “a...

February 2, 2016

Yesterday I spoke in a debate regarding changes to the state pension age which will negatively affect many women born in the 1950s.


It seems that the UK Government would prefer these women go to the job centre rather than collecting the pension they are entitled to.

Y...

December 16, 2015

 

Like many people, I try not to even think about Christmas until around mid-December. For that reason, for over a month I almost missed the John Lewis Christmas advert, preferring to revel in the Christmas spirit closer to the day itself. For those of you who have stil...

December 7, 2015

 

Late on Wednesday night, along with my SNP MP colleagues, I took the decision to vote against military action in Syria.

 

Following the debate and developments closely over the last fortnight, SNP MPs collectively agreed that the case for military action had not convinc...

December 2, 2015

 

Last week the UK Government set out their Strategic Defence and Security Review. After the shambles of the last Review, the UK Government should be commended for at least some of the decisions outlined in the new one.

 

In 2011, the UK Government chose to spend £200 mil...

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