Stirling SNP Councillor Alison Laurie has hit out at Tory MP for Stirling, Stephen Kerr, who has backed Theresa May’s decision to conduct airstrikes without consulting Parliament first.
As Finance Spokesperson for the SNP group on Stirling Council, I was delighted that the SNP partnership Administration’s budget was unanimously voted through at the Council Budget meeting last week.
Stirling Council will receive an extra £2,818,000 funding under the revised budget proposals unveiled by Finance Secretary Derek Mackay.
The budget boost comes as the Scottish Government confirmed that all local authorities will receive an above-inflation increase in resource funding.
SNP Councillor for Stirling East Alison Laurie has praised the work of Stirling Council officials in installing Vehicle Activated Signs along the Pike Road which are now operational.
Stirling SNP has called on Stirling’s Tory MP, Stephen Kerr, to support its calls to abandon the current UK Government policy of reducing the number of MPs that Scotland elects to Westminster.
News has broken that disgraced Tory Councillors on Stirling Council have been reinstated following their suspension for offensive and abusive online activity.
The ‘Great Repeal Bill’ has been heavily criticised as a ‘Westminster Power Grab’ as it offers no further powers to the Scottish Parliament.
Stirling SNP Councillors are calling for Network Rail and Stirling Council officers to work together to devise a new plan that would reduce the amount of time required for works to be carried out on the Kerse Road Bridge.
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 […]
SNP candidate for Stirling East Alison Laurie, has urged locals to respond to the Scottish Government’s consultation on fracking.
The consultation was launched in November 2016 and follows the continuation of a moratorium on fracking in Scotland that prevents Hydraulic Fracturing on the basis of public health and safety and environmental concerns.