Rutherglen MSP Clare Haughey has welcomed news that 94% of workers in the Rutherglen and Hamilton West UK parliamentary constituency earn above the national minimum wage – with Scots the least likely to be on minimum wage jobs in the UK.
MSP Clare Haughey has welcomed the announcement of a new campaign to encourage women in Scotland to get involved in politics, and stand for election. The #ScotWomenStand campaign, a partnership between the Parliament Project and YCWA Scotland, marks 100 years since some women were allowed to vote and women were able to stand for election.
Clare Haughey MSP joined with HIV Scotland to mark World AIDS Day in the Scottish Parliament this week, and to celebrate the launch of the new book, ‘Disclosures: Rewriting the Narrative About HIV’.
Due to the Christmas period, Rutherglen MSP Clare Haughey has slightly altered her advice surgery schedule for December.
Clare met with representatives of First Bus to mark the delivery of a batch of brand new double decker buses for use on the service 18 route. Service 18 links Rutherglen with Glasgow City Centre, as well as Bridgeton, Dalmarnock, Burnside, Cathkin and East Kilbride.
Rutherglen MSP Clare Haughey and Rutherglen South Councillor Carol Nugent are to meet with representatives of the Bank of Scotland to discuss the proposed closure of the branch in Burnside. Scheduled for the 10th December, the elected representatives are to hold discussions in Rutherglen with the bank’s local director and a member of their public affairs team.
Rutherglen MSP Clare Haughey and Rutherglen Central and North Councillor Janine Calikes have upped the ante in their fight to re-open the Rutherglen Main Street Post Office.
MSP Clare Haughey has welcomed the announcement that the first payments of the Best Start Grant will be delivered to families in Rutherglen and Cambuslang in time for Christmas.
Rutherglen MSP Clare Haughey and Rutherglen Central and North Councillor Janine Calikes have announced that the Main Street Post Office is to re-open within the next few days.
Blantyre MSP Clare Haughey has welcomed the news that a South Lanarkshire Council committee has approved the asset transfer of Rowans Hall to Blantyre Soccer Academy.