Rutherglen MSP Clare Haughey has welcomed a Scottish Parliament vote approving £15.6 million extra funding for South Lanarkshire Council in light of the coronavirus pandemic.
Rutherglen and Cambuslang schools will return full-time in August if Scotland continues to make progress on suppressing coronavirus (COVID-19), the Scottish Government has announced (23rd June).
Rutherglen MSP Clare Haughey has welcomed the Scottish Government's announcement of extra financial help for students facing financial hardship over the summer months.
Clare commented on the support the Scottish Government has provided community groups in the fight against Covid-19.
Rutherglen MSP Clare Haughey has called on the UK government to extend the Brexit transition period in light of coronavirus – with new analysis showing billions of pounds could be wiped from the Scottish economy.
Scotland’s approach to implementing the ‘test, trace, isolate, support’ strategy, Test and Protect, is now live across the country.
Rutherglen MSP Clare Haughey is encouraging parents of children aged four to five to apply for the Scottish Government’s Best Start Grant.
Clare commented on support for keyworkers.
Local MSP Clare Haughey has paid tribute to volunteers who have helped the NHS and local communities as Volunteers’ Week (1-7 June) kicks off.
Rutherglen MSP Clare Haughey has called on local Tory representatives to make the case for coronavirus funding pledges to be honoured after the UK Government backtracked on £70 million worth of funding for business and charities in Scotland.