Midlothian Greens select parent campaigner for Penicuik by-election Helen Armstrong is selected by Midlothian Green Party members to contest the Penicuik by-election for the Scottish Green Party on the 22nd March.
Midlothian Green Party has called for full public disclosure of the agreement between Labour and the Conservatives, following revelations that the parties have struck a deal to run Midlothian Council together.
After it was announced on Wednesday morning that First Scotland East is withdrawing entirely from the Scottish Borders and Midlothian and has in principle agreement with Craigs of Campbelltown that it will take over the services.
Green health spokesperson Alison Johnstone has written to Health Secretary Shona Robison highlighting NHS figures showing GP practices in the most deprived ten per cent of Scottish communities get £3.
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As a politician, how does it make you feel passing a person begging on the street? Patrick Harvie, co-convener of the Scottish Greens: Empathy for the person themselves, but I also feel ashamed of our society for allowing the chronically unequal distribution of resources, of opportunities and of hope.
This week, I spoke in a debate about a disability delivery plan.
Amid all the big disagreements in Scottish politics, there are still some areas of common ground.
We don’t know who started the rumour that fighting climate change calls for huge lifestyle adjustments, but we’re here to tell you that’s straight up wrong.
“We do need far more creative use of the powers we do have, but far from undermining the case for independence, a bold approach to the day job will demonstrate how confining those limits are, and will only strengthen the case for breaking beyond them” More: http://bit.