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Further £100m funding boost to tackle delayed discharge
James Dornan MSP
Tuesday, 20 January 2015

James DornanSNP commitment to health service demonstrated again

The SNP is today welcoming further Scottish Government support for the NHS – after Health Secretary Shona Robison announced £13.29m of funding to help reduce the number of patients waiting to be discharged from hospital for Glasgow

The funding – to be delivered over three years – will see £13.29 delivered to Glasgow to help deliver quality care for people at home and to prevent delays in discharge as well as preventing admission to hospital.

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New poll shows strong support for SNP in Glasgow
Humza Yousaf MSP
Tuesday, 20 January 2015

Humza YousafStrong SNP MP needed to fight against Westminster austerity

SNP MSP for Glasgow Humza Yousaf is today welcoming a new poll showing strong support for the SNP across Glasgow – while Labour’s position in the polls continues to suffer as a result of their toxic alliance with the Tories.

The Survation poll shows support for the SNP standing at 41.3 per cent in Glasgow – while support for Labour has fallen to 25.1 per cent.

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New poll shows strong support for SNP in Glasgow
James Dornan MSP
Tuesday, 20 January 2015

James DornanStrong SNP MPs needed to fight against Westminster austerity

SNP MSP for Cathcart, James Dornan is today welcoming a new poll showing strong support for the SNP across Glasgow – while Labour’s position in the polls continues to suffer as a result of their toxic alliance with the Tories.

The Survation poll shows support for the SNP standing at 41.1 per cent in Glasgow – while support for Labour has fallen to 28.1 per cent.

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McKechin and Labour to snub debate on £20bn Trident replacement
Bob Doris MSP
Monday, 19 January 2015

trident submarine on clydeThe Labour party have indicated that they will ignore tomorrow’s debate in the House of Commons on Trident renewal.

The debate for Tuesday the 20th has been brought by the SNP, Plaid Cymru and the Greens. Parliament will not get to vote on the issue until 2016, and tomorrow will be the last chance for it to be debated before the general election.

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