With COP26 looming and the prospect of delegates from around the world attempting to get to Glasgow, it is probably not a good time for the RMT to expand their months-long strike action to cover the entire Scotrail network.
This is what they’re planning however, so I’m wondering if the Scottish G...
As of today, almost 16000 families in West Lothian are at greater risk of plunging into extreme poverty following the government’s decision to withdraw the Universal Credit uplift.
The West Lothian Liberal Democrats are looking for reassurance that the closure of St Michael’s Hospital in Linlithgow is only temporary. We are extremely concerned that elderly and vulnerable patients have been moved to a different location and would like to know what provision has been made for...
Is there any common good property in your local area?
Let’s get it on the Register of Common Good and give it a little extra protection.
West Lothian Council has a Register of Common Good – a list of property owned by the local authority that was passed to it, through local government reorgani...
Conservative MPs are under fire for voting against a new law to tackle pet theft.
In a vote on Monday 5th July, 354 Conservatives blocked efforts to make pet theft a crime in its own right, with stiffer penalties for offenders. The SNP MPs abstained.
The Scottish Liberal Democrats are fighting for the UK’s post-Covid recovery. We stand for:
A country where wellbeing is underpinned by a vibrant economy, based on enterprise and fair employment practices.
A society where security and respect is afforded to all residents regardless of background...