I used my column in this week's Hamilton Advertiser to discuss the Scottish Government's Social Security Bill which has passed its final stage at Parliament.
Clare used her column for this week's paper (28th Feb) to outline how the SNP Scottish Government will benefit her Rutherglen constituency.
I used my column for this week's paper (22nd Feb) to give an update on my campaign on helping constituents who have allegedly been mis-sold solar panels.
I used my column for this week's paper (14th Feb) to mark the 100th anniversary of the passing of the Representation of the People Act on the 6th February 1918, which saw the extension of voting rights to some women.
I used my column for this week's paper (31st January) to talk about my colleague - Stewart McDonald MP - and his Bill to outlaw unpaid trial shifts.
My column this week (20th Dec) was used to talk about the draft budget.
My column for this week was on 'Small Business Saturday'.
On the 21st November, I took part on a debate on suicide prevention. I used this week's Reformer column to talk about the subject.
Clare used her column in the Rutherglen Reformer to talk about menopause in the workplace.
The Brexit debate picked up pace during the last two weeks, mainly around the Parliamentary processes and procedures that should be followed to begin negotiations for the UK to leave the European Union – the so-called triggering of Article 50 by the UK Government. Theresa May’s government was forced by a UK Supreme Court decision … Continue reading Clare’s Column in the Rutherglen Reformer