Day: November 5, 2019
JEAN ANNE’S PLEDGE ON TV LICENCES FOR OVER 75s
The house number may be unlucky 13, Jean Anne Mitchell, the Labour candidate was certain it would be lucky for her and it was when Labour Party stalwarts Alan and Haze Sorrell opened the door to her and Scottish Labour leader Richard Leonard. That’s two votes in the bag for certain.
DON’T TRUST SNP ON HEALTH, SAYS LABOUR LEADER
Scotland’s largest health board, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, will receive the biggest share of the cash, almost £2.14m, with NHS Lothian in line to receive more than £1.4m.
FUNCTION OF OUR SCHOOLS
Lists that short circuit or ignore that, and celebrate academic performance to the exclusion of all else, are not simply inaccurate. They are misleading. The education system of a democracy must aim to produce citizens with the qualities that a functioning, successful community needs.
Inquiry report amounts to justice denied, says fiancee
Clutha crash: Pilot David Traill’s reputation ‘sullied’ by inquiry Captain David Traill’s partner said the inquiry’s determination did no justice to his reputation or the