On the 10th January, I took part in a statement on the chief constable's Leave of Absence.
This August, Glasgow are co-hosting the inaugural European Championships. Hopefully, as happened with the Commonwealth Games, Rutherglen can see a rise in visitor numbers - boosting our local economy.
On the 9th January, I spoke with the Cabinet Secretary for Economy, Jobs and Fair Work regarding so-called City Deals.
During a debate on alcohol and drug-related deaths, I have a speech advocating for the introduction of safer consumption facilities. Commonly known as DCRs, they are places where illicit drugs can be used under the supervision of trained staff.
Clare met with Palestinian firefighters - who received training in Cambuslang - at the Scottish Parliament last week (11th January).
Latest figures from the Scottish Government have revealed that the transformative Baby Box policy has already benefitted 2378 newborns across NHS Lanarkshire since they were introduced last year – and over 22,000 across Scotland.
New economic impact analysis by the Scottish Government has confirmed that the best way to protect the local economy and household incomes in Rutherglen is through Scotland remaining in the Single Market and Customs Union.
Tory tax proposals could mean cuts of up to £61.9m from the NHS in Lanarkshire, according to new Scottish Government analysis.
Clare urged all eligible adults in Rutherglen to take up the offer of a free flu vaccination.
Clare's response to Labour calling on them to support the devolution of Network Rail - a UK Government company which causes the majority of delays to Scotland's network.