Green MSP Alison Johnstone has lodged her annual report for 2015, on her activities as Green MSP for Lothian
Edinburgh Green Councillors’ Annual Report for 2015
The Greens have set their sights on winning at least two Scottish Parliament seats in Lothian in this May’s Scottish elections.
Carers need much greater recognition, argues GAVIN CORBETT
Responding to publication of the Royal College of Nursing in Scotland’s manifesto for the Holyrood election, Alison Johnstone MSP, Health and Wellbeing spokesperson for the Scottish Greens, said:
The city council needs to be bolder in protecting public services say the capital’s Green councillors.
£10 million to invest in services and to combat cuts in schools, social care and vulnerable children should be the capital’s priority.
Green councillor Gavin Corbett explains why Green councillors are giving priority to schools, social care and vulnerable children in this week’s budget.
The City Council needs a lot more urgency on air pollution argues Chas Booth.
Alison Johnstone, Health and Wellbeing spokesperson for the Scottish Greens and MSP for Lothian, today (11 Jan) challenged the Scottish Government and local authorities over their inaction on air pollution highlighted by TV documentary “Car Sick”.