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Richard Leonard
Leader of . Let’s build a Scotland that works for the many, not the few.
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Thomas Quinn Feb 15
if we are going to take their demands seriously, must begin a radical shift in policy- massive investment in low carbon public transport, revolution in building insulated homes and reducing the Nitrogen output in our food production system. & more 🌳🌳🌳!
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Glasgow Live Feb 15
Great photos of the protest in George Square 📷
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Richard Leonard Feb 15
If we don't start taking climate change seriously, the schoolchildren of today will face a bleak future. It is an inspiration to see them standing up for themselves and our environment.
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Richard Leonard Feb 14
I learned so much when Jeremy and I visited . Such important work and so many humbling stories.
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Richard Leonard Feb 14
The workers of Michelin are skilled, inventive and hardworking and the closure of their factory will be a devastating blow to Dundee. Today I offered my help to and the plant’s management to do all that I can to give these workers a secure future.
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Richard Leonard Feb 13
A wonderful poster. Thanks for sharing it and please pass on my thanks to your student, they're very talented...and have good politics...
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Scottish Labour Feb 13
Labour built our NHS. We will rebuild it.
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Richard Leonard Feb 13
What is happening to our NHS? A 66-mile journey to give birth in Scotland in 2019 is completely unacceptable.
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Richard Leonard Feb 12
After Brexit, we can and must redistribute wealth and power. My column in today's Scotsman:
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Richard Leonard Feb 11
I've signed. Please support to ensure these workers get the money they are owed.
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STUC Feb 11
29 years since Mandela was released. has an amazing collection highlighting STUC and Scottish trade union movement’s role in the success of anti-apartheid
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Richard Leonard Feb 10
Labour will bring years of low pay to an end and give half a million Scots an extra £2,600 a year.
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Richard Leonard Feb 10
We need The Caley in public hands to protect these jobs. , and I will not let this drop.
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Monica Lennon Feb 10
NHS boards continued paying a clinical waste firm AFTER it had stopped trading and failed to pay staff wages. As workers were turning to food banks, HES was handed over £30,000 in January and around £280,000 in December.
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HelpUsHealthcare Feb 10
NHS continued to pay clinical waste firm after the company stopped trading | HeraldScotland ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ as Monica suggests, Why can’t the ⁦⁩ redirect money owed to HES to pay staff?
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Richard Leonard Feb 10
Labour built our NHS for future generations. It is dear to every one of us. A Labour Government will give our NHS the care it needs to deliver for the many not the few.
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Richard Leonard Feb 9
Great discussion at policy meeting today about how our priorities are driven by people's daily lives. We know how low pay, inequality and under-investment blight our communities. That's why we will end austerity and transform society.
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Richard Leonard Feb 8
Labour will take real action and bring our railways into public ownership.
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Richard Leonard Feb 8
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Richard Leonard Feb 7
Too many people are stuck in hospital when they could go home. The SNP government is still failing patients and staff .
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