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Pauline McNeill MSP 31m
So pleased that Pam is leading our consultation on creating ‘Accessible Homes’ as part of Labour’s Commission on Housing for the Many. Look out for the consultation and get in touch with Pam if you have something to say.
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Pam Duncan-Glancy 24m
1,979 disabled people in Glasgow are stuck on housing waiting lists. This is a disgrace. A home is a fundamental human right. It’s time to deliver on it and create housing policy
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Richard Leonard 6m
I’m proud to stand with rail workers today ahead of Scottish Labour’s call for an end to the failed privatisation of our railways. I hope other parties join with us in putting passengers before profits when Holyrood votes on the matter later today.
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Neil Findlay MSP 1h
Out with and supporting the end of the privatisation or rail in Scotland
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RMT 5h
Support public ownership- the Scottish Parliament can today vote to begin the process of ending the privatisation of at the earliest opportunity. Contact your MSP to support this at
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The Labour Party 3h
We respect the referendum result. But we do not accept that this is a choice between ’s botched deal or no deal. If this Brexit deal doesn’t meet our six tests and work for the whole country, then we will vote against it.
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Jeremy Corbyn 1h
Theresa May has spent two years negotiating a bad deal that will leave the country without a real say.
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Scottish Labour 2h
ICYMI: was on this morning saying that parliament must have a meaningful vote on Theresa May's Brexit deal.
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James Kelly MSP 2h
Pleased to join colleagues outside Edinburgh Waverley this afternoon. This afternoon I will be voting to take ScotRail into public hands. After months of delays, cancellation and overcrowding, my constituents know radical change is needed.
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Scottish Labour 3h
Scottish Labour is fighting for a fairer planning system.
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Scottish Labour 7h
🚂 Holyrood will vote on Scottish Labour's plan to end the privatisation our railways later today. RT if you believe your MSP should hit the brakes on privatisation👇
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Richard Leonard 22h
Labour is clear: any deal which does not meet our six tests to protect jobs, our economy and devolution should be voted down.
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Richard Leonard Nov 13
Eleven British citizens deported wrongfully from this country at the hands of this Tory government died before they could get justice. That is simply shameful.
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Jeremy Corbyn Nov 13
Eight more wrongly deported British citizens died before they could get justice. This scandal should shame .
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Manuel Cortes Nov 13
Scottish passengers and taxpayers are getting a rotten deal from the franchise - MSPs must vote with to end this farce and bring these services back into public ownership!
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Dave Watson Nov 13
Around 70 trains cancelled every day as ScotRail's performance plummets - Labour’s Colin Smyth MSP said: “That is a failing franchise, in a failing franchising system and passengers have had enough.”
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Neil Findlay MSP Nov 13
Tomorrow MSPs can vote to ensure the Scotrail franchise ends at the earliest opportunity - please contact your MSP and ask them to support this move
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Scottish Labour Nov 13
🚂 It’s time to hit the brakes on privatisation and take our railways back into public ownership. 👇
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Scottish Fabians Nov 11
Two years since declared that raising attainment was her government’s “defining mission”, and that there was “no better person” than to deliver it examines the catalogue of education failures under the
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Neil Bibby Nov 12
In Morrisons Johnstone today with reps to mark the start of Respect for Shopworkers Week. Receiving physical or verbal abuse is not part of the job. For more info visit:
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