Everyone deserves safe, warm and affordable housing and protection from unjust rent increases, discrimination and unfair eviction, says Lorna Slater.
Hospitality businesses will have to up their game, says Lorna Slater, if they want their workforce back.
Edinburgh is still a city where the car is king, says Lorna Slater. Our recovery plans should embrace space for socialising, walking, wheeling and cycling without the fug of toxic traffic fumes.
Lorna Slater reflects on her transition so far from engineering project manager to MSP.
It’s looking like we’re on track to double our MSPs, that – and a good nights sleep – is a boost for the last week of the campaign.
With media coverage going well, it’s time to focus on getting the vote out.
Radio and TV interviews, manifesto launch, hustings – one day deep in the heart of the campaign.
A bit of a breather for Lorna ahead of the game-changing election week in four weeks time.
Scotland has just over four weeks to rebuild trust in forward-looking, constructive politics, says Lorna Slater.
Engender’s women’s hustings couldn’t have been more different to last week’s leaders’ debate.