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Acts unveiled for biggest date on SNP tour
SNP News
Friday, 21 November 2014

saltireLou Hickey, Red Hot Chilli Pipers and Dougie MacLean to play

The SNP has today announced the line-up for First Minister Nicola Sturgeon’s biggest tour event yet.

The First Minister will tomorrow address a crowd at the 12,000 capacity SSE Hydro in Glasgow. Tickets for the event were booked out in record time when they were released last month.

Dornan welcomes active travel vision
James Dornan MSP
Friday, 21 November 2014

James DornanLocal MSP James Dornan has welcomed the launch of the Scottish Government’s long term vision for active travel which aims to encourage more people to walk or cycle shorter journeys. The vision  focuses on areas such as infrastructure, transport integration, cultural and behaviour change, community ownership and planning.

James Dornan MSP said: “I welcome to launch of the initiative from The Scottish Government which aims to get more people making active travel choices to improve their health and the environment.

Bob condemns Ferguson’s support for disabled benefit cut
Bob Doris MSP
Thursday, 20 November 2014

Bob DorisBob Doris, MSP for Glasgow, has criticised Maryhill and Springburn MSP Patricia Ferguson for last week voting to continue cutting support for disabled people.

On Wednesday, parliament passed a Scottish Government motion asking that the UK Government suspend the replacement of Disability Living Allowance (DLA) with Personal Independence Payment (PIP), which will result in 105,000 people with disabilities losing at least £1120 per year. A further 47,000 people will lose up to £2964 because of increased restrictions on eligibility for the mobility component of the benefit.

Bob gets Conference backing for Scotland’s NHS
Bob Doris MSP
Monday, 17 November 2014

Bob - ConferenceBob Doris, MSP for Glasgow and deputy convenor of the parliament’s Health and Sport Committee, this weekend won support from SNP National Conference delegates in Perth for more powers to be devolved to Scotland in order to protect our NHS.

In a resolution submitted jointly with Aileen McLeod MSP, Bob welcomed the on-going real terms increase to Scotland’s NHS in the face of Westminster austerity cuts. The resolution also praised the efforts of the NHS workforce and stated that, together with protecting the NHS budget, this has helped “ensure our NHS continues to deliver safe, patient-centred and effective care”.

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