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Labour launches NHS Workforce Commission

Labour launches NHS Workforce Commission

Scottish Labour has launched the NHS workforce commission to help address the shortage of staff in our NHS and build a health and social care system fit for the 21st century. Read morenavigateright

WASPI Women face ‘double whammy’ from the Tories

WASPI Women face ‘double whammy’ from the Tories

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SNP must act to reduce childcare costs - Johnson

SNP must act to reduce childcare costs - Johnson

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Tory plans to close Jobcentres must be stopped

Tory plans to close Jobcentres must be stopped

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Tories must end public sector pay cap

Tories must end public sector pay cap

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Private NHS spending almost £600 million under SNP

Private NHS spending almost £600 million under SNP

Almost £600 million has been spent on private agency staff in the NHS under the SNP, it was revealed today. Read morenavigateright

NHS agency nurse spending rises six-fold

NHS agency nurse spending rises six-fold

Analysis from Labour today reveals NHS spending on agency nurses has risen six fold since 2010/11. Read morenavigateright

REVEALED: SNP BROKEN PROMISES ON NHS SERVICES

REVEALED: SNP BROKEN PROMISES ON NHS SERVICES

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Labour’s five-point plan to eradicate working poverty

Labour’s five-point plan to eradicate working poverty

Scottish Labour has a plan to eradicate working poverty in Scotland as part of our manifesto to create a country that works for the many, not the few. Read morenavigateright

Paul Sweeney MP: Maiden speech

Paul Sweeney MP: Maiden speech

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Kez Dugdale responds to Brexit Bill

Kez Dugdale responds to Brexit Bill

Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale today said Labour will not support the Tories’ EU Withdrawal Bill unless there is a ‘clear presumption of devolution’. Read morenavigateright

Labour promises pay rise to 130,000 young Scots

Labour promises pay rise to 130,000 young Scots

New figures reveal Labour's plan for a £10 per hour living wage would give a pay rise to 130,000 young people in Scotland. Read morenavigateright

We need action on period poverty now

We need action on period poverty now

A pilot scheme is not enough, we need action on period poverty now Read morenavigateright

Frank McAveety’s tribute to Alistair Watson

Frank McAveety’s tribute to Alistair Watson

Alistair served the city of Glasgow and his community for 22 years. He fought every day to make his city a better place, we have lost a giant in Glasgow politics. Read morenavigateright

Help to Buy isn’t helping working people

Help to Buy isn’t helping working people

New analysis from Scottish Labour has shown the SNP's Help to Buy scheme isn't helping people on lower incomes. Read morenavigateright

Young workers deserve a better deal

Young workers deserve a better deal

Young workers,especially those in hospitality, are being failed by the SNP and the Tories. Here’s why… Read morenavigateright

After a decade of distraction it’s time to focus on building an economy for the many

After a decade of distraction it’s time to focus on building an economy for the many

Jackie Baillie writes for the Scotsman on Scottish Labour's industrial strategy. Read morenavigateright

Government must deliver economic growth - Laird

Government must deliver economic growth - Laird

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Danielle Rowley MP: Maiden speech

Danielle Rowley MP: Maiden speech

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Scottish Labour unveils industrial strategy

Scottish Labour unveils industrial strategy

Kezia Dugdale, alongside Jackie Baillie and Richard Leonard, today launched our industrial strategy in Edinburgh Read morenavigateright

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