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Yousaf welcomes action against dangerous dogs
Humza Yousaf MSP
Friday, 31 October 2014

Humza YousafGlasgow MSP Humza Yousaf has welcomed the publication of responses on the Scottish Government’s consultation on responsible dog ownership.

The Scottish Government consultation took place after a number of dog attacks in Scotland, including the terrible case of eight year old Broagan McCuaig from Garthamlock, who was mauled by two American Bulldogs near her home.

Shettleston MSP seeks answers on 310 bus service
John Mason MSP
Friday, 31 October 2014

John MasonGlasgow Shettleston MSP, John Mason, has written to SPT bosses seeking clarification about the future of the 310 bus service.

The 310 bus service was operated by Henderson’s Travel who dramatically announced on Wednesday that they had ceased trading with immediate effect, a move that is reported to lead to over 100 job losses.

Commenting, John Mason MSP said: “First and foremost, our thoughts go to the families and staff who stand to lose their jobs at what is understandably a difficult time of the year.  I know my SNP colleagues have raised the issue with the First Minister, and the Scottish Government will be doing all it can to help the workforce.

Senior Labour MP says Lamont a victim of 'Blairite coup'
Sandra White MSP
Wednesday, 29 October 2014

Sandra White MSPLabour crisis continues as support plummets

The crisis at the heart of the Labour party in Scotland has intensified today – as a senior MP warned that the party was in the “middle of a coup” carried out by factions on the right of the party.

In what has been reported as a clear attack on Jim Murphy, Ian Davidson described the campaign against Johann Lamont as “the return of the Blairites and the Network” – and said it would be “absurd” for the next leader to be an MP who had never previously considered a role at Holyrood.

Doris calls on Ferguson to assert Scottish Labour’s independence from London
Bob Doris MSP
Tuesday, 28 October 2014

Bob Doris MSPAs the turmoil for Scottish Labour continues, Bob Doris, SNP MSP for Glasgow, has asked Maryhill and Springburn MSP Patricia Ferguson to explain whether she and her colleagues in the shadow cabinet are subject to a policy veto by London.

Following Johann Lamont’s resignation as leader this weekend, Labour sources said that her decision was partly due to frustration that the UK leadership had told her to avoiding commenting on the Bedroom Tax for a full year until they had decided their line.

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