The Scottish National Party has called on Stirling Labour to commit to a progressive partnership that will deliver for the people of Stirling. The call comes after the result of the Stirling Council election at the beginning of the month left no party with a majority on the local authority. […]
“Given his history of hatred and extremist views, Councillor Majury must stand down from Stirling Council immediately. Sectarian hatred and bigotry have no place representing our local communities – if he doesn’t resign, the Tories must sack him.”
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. […]
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. […]
This year will see voters across Stirling return to polling stations to vote in the Stirling Council Election. This is a crucial election and a chance to finally call time on the current Tory/Labour coalition that run Stirling Council’s services. Ensuring that all of our members vote in this election […]
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