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By Steven Paterson
rson former MP for Stirling
With just one more day to go before the Government finally submits the fruits of its Brexit negotiation labours to the judgement of Parliament, the question on every commentator’s lips isn’t whether or not the government will suffer a catastrophic defeat, but on the magnitude of the defeat it faces and where this leaves us. It’s not an easy thing to predict, and I wouldn’t bet money on any scenario at this juncture.
Our first meeting took place at the Mayfield Community Centre, which will be our monthly “home” for the forseeable future, on Wednesday.
Stirling MSP Bruce Crawford has hailed the Budget announcement from Finance Secretary Derek Mackay of £435 million in interventions on social security.
SNP MSP Bruce Crawford has welcomed the news that the Stirling area has seen a significant rise in the number of ultra-low emission vehicles (ULEVs) since 2017.
The first year of Universal Credit having been rolled out in the Stirling area (June 2017 – June 2018) has seen a £30,609.77 rise in Crisis Grants through the Scottish Welfare Fund being made by Stirling Council, based on previous year (June 2016 – June 2017).
That was the year that was….2018, dominated by Brexit and the Universal Credit. A look back of some of the events that took us through 2018 in City of Stirling SNP.
“Commuters rightly expect a much higher standard of service than they are receiving at the moment, frankly the situation that my constituents continue to be faced with is not good enough.
SNP MSP for the Stirling Constituency, Bruce Crawford has welcomed news that Stirling Council Funding is set to increase by 3.68%, as revealed in the Scottish Government’s budget.
Health services in the Forth Valley will receive a £20.2m boost next year, the Scottish Government unveiled in the budget.
The inflation busting increase will see NHS Forth Valley funding increase of 4% year on year.