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Brown’s misleading attack highlights need to vote Yes for our NHS
Bob Doris MSP
Wednesday, 23 July 2014

Bob DorisThe debate on how to protect the National Health Service was reopened this week following completely misleading comments from Gordon Brown.

It was reported that the former PM suggested that the UK-wide organ transplant system would be at risk following a Yes vote. This is despite NHS Blood and Transplant, who run the system, confirming last year in a letter to a Tory MSP that the system would remain unchanged following independence.

Scottish Government infrastructure spending helping to draw investment to Glasgow
Bob Doris MSP
Tuesday, 22 July 2014

Bob Doris MSPGlasgow is set to be a key centre for bio-medical science as the new facilities under construction at the Southern General Hospital are helping to draw in investment to the city.

While the hospital – whose near £1 billion construction was funded by the Scottish Government – is scheduled for completion next year, the cutting edge laboratory facilities that form part of the project are already complete.

Veterans of Upper Clyde Shipyard work-in say Yes
Sandra White MSP
Monday, 21 July 2014

Govan shipyardShipbuilding has 'bright future' in independent Scotland

The benefits of a Yes vote for Scotland’s shipbuilding industry have been confirmed again today – after central figures from the Upper Clyde Shipbuilders work-in published an open letter backing independence.

In the letter published today, seven key figures involved in the famous work-in have made clear that a Yes vote offers a “stronger, brighter future” for the shipbuilding industry – compared to Westminster’s legacy of job losses and yard closures over the last thirty years.

SNP MSP welcomes Gay Pride Glasgow
James Dornan MSP
Saturday, 19 July 2014

Pride GlasgowSpeaking ahead of the Gay Pride Parade and Main Event in Glasgow today, James Dornan, SNP MSP for Glasgow Cathcart said: "This is a great day for Scotland; this is the first annual Gay Pride Parade and Main Event in Glasgow since the Scottish Parliament voted for the equal marriage bill earlier this year - it is a celebration of the success the LGBT Community in Scotland and the journey we have all made as a country.

"Scotland has set out a clear intention to be seen as a world leader in equality, and that is a message that will be even more visible with a Yes vote and independence."

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