Her statement said she had left the party after 30 years and that the SNP had “been taken over by middle class career politicians”.
The pandemic has placed unprecedented demands on the sector, yet the response of our colleges and universities has—as I am sure we all agree—been quite remarkable, given how quickly they have had to adapt to a new set of very challenging circumstances that they could never have imagined.
“What can the Scottish Government do to ensure that employers do not abuse the measures that have been put in place, that recovery does not become another race to the bottom on wages and employment standards, and that a sector that has endemic problems of poverty pay changes and starts to look after the people who do the work that earns it its profits?”
So much so that she has treated herself to this little red devil to get her around when she is not pursuing major stories for the likes of Panorama or BBC Scotland’s new Disclosure programme.
This follows confirmation from West Dunbartonshire Council that it would be unable to meet the promised 1,140 hours of free early years education for three and four-year-olds and confirmation from the Scottish Government that the plan to implement the 1,140 hours would not be within the 2020/21 school year as previously planned.
In connection with the investigation relating to the alleged mistreatment of residents at Springvale Care Home in Lennoxtown, East Dunbartonshire, three women, aged 55, 57 and 62, have been arrested and charged. A report will be submitted to the Procurator Fiscal. Relevant families and partners have been made aware.