Save the Low Port Centre

Unless we take action now, Linlithgow’s much loved Low Port Centre will soon be a thing of the past. West Lothian Council is due to consider its future at a meeting on Tuesday 20th April, with the building likely to be deemed surplus to requirements and put up for sale.

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Sally Pattle - Let’s lift everyone out of poverty

Here in West Lothian, almost a quarter of children live in poverty and recent figures reveal that number is rising. Our number one priority is to lift every child out of poverty, and ensure their future is full of possibilities.

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Sally Pattle - get the economy back on track

Sally Pattle, the Scottish Liberal Democrat candidate for Linlithgow, lives and works in Linlithgow. She runs an award-winning bookshop that, like many other businesses, has been hit hard by the pandemic. She well understands the pressures the past year has placed on small businesses and the self-employed.

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Our plan to Put Recovery First

If elected in May 2021, the Scottish Liberal Democrats will:

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Young people still facing mental health wait

Over a quarter of children and young people referred to Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services in Scotland are waiting over 18 weeks for treatment, according to recent figures from Public Health Scotland. 

This is well below the Scottish Government standard, which requires that 90% of children and young people should start treatment within 18 weeks of referral to CAMHS.

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