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I wish to thank Dee Wild Kearney for sending me a copy of her book about the struggles of WASPI campaigners - based on real events and the true experiences of the women impacted by this grave injustice. I look forward to reading what I know will be an inspiring account.

It is clear that the UK Government and incoming Westminster Labour Government intends to ignore the

WASPI - Women Against State Pension Inequality Campaigners and their ongoing fight for pension justice, with their case being completely vindicated by the Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman.

As I prepare to lead a debate on this very issue in the House of Commons on 16th May, WASPIs in Scotland have been utterly betrayed by Labour MSPs who abstained on a vote in The Scottish Parliament last week after years of cynically posing for photos with WASPI women for shameful political expediency.

I wish again to reassure WASPIs that I and the Scottish National Party stand shoulder to shoulder with you.


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