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Pam Jackson Memorial

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Disabled Members Drop-in Session September


Morag Fulton, Vice convenor and equalities and disabilities officer of City of Stirling SNP Branch would like to invite all SNP members with or interested in disabilities to this month’s informal drop in session at the Burgh Coffee shop, King Street, Stirling, from 18:00 to 20:00 on Thursday Evening (7th […]

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Paterson Calls On Stirling Candidates To Protect State Pensions

Steven Paterson MP

Stirling’s SNP candidate, Steven Paterson, has called on all other Stirling candidates in the General Election to join him and the SNP in committing to protecting the triple lock on State Pensions. The call comes in response to the Prime Minister’s answer to a question from SNP Westminster Leader Angus […]

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Paterson Pledges To Fight For LGBTI Equality Ahead Of General Election

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It’s Time For A Progressive Alliance On Stirling Council

Scott Farmer, SNP Group Leader
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SNP Councillor Holds Consultation On Road Safety

Cllr Alison Laurie at the Pike Road

Newly-elected SNP Councillor for Stirling East, Alison Laurie, is set to hold a consultation with local residents on improving the safety of Pike Road that runs adjacent to the Broomridge area. The consultation comes after a large number of residents voiced serious concerns over a largely unregulated speed limit on […]

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SNP Blast Tory Councillor’s Sectarian Tweets

Alastair Majury
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SNP Call On Disgraced Tory Councillors To Step Down

The Scottish National Party have called for the resignation of two Tory Councillors, Alistair Majury for Dunblane and Bridge of Allan ward and Robert Davies for Forth and Endrick. Councillor Majury was recently unmasked as a ‘Cyberbrit’ troll who had a history of offensive, abusive, and extremist social media posts. […]

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Local Election Results 2017

Our newly elected councillors ready to stand up for their communities and create a better Stirling

The full results from last week’s local elections are now available here, with full breakdowns of the counts in every ward. The SNP finished with 9 councillors elected, making it the joint largest group: the party has called for Labour and the Greens to join in a progressive alliance for Stirling, keeping the Tories out. […]

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Bruce Crawford’s March Newsletter

Bruce Crawford

Please find attached a copy of Bruce’s round up of news and events from Holyrood and the Stirling Constituency. Please feel free to download. It covers: ScotRef Securing skills for the future Hypocrisy And Bluster Of Holyrood Tories MSP Support for Marie Curie Climate Change Funding Balfron High School visit […]

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