Rutherglen MSP Clare Haughey is urging deaf people who have queries about benefits to use a charity’s social security advocacy service.
Since its roll-out across South Lanarkshire, Universal Credit has been devastating for my constituents. By 2020-2021, Scottish people will have lost £3.7 billion through UK Government cuts to welfare spending, and that’s money coming out of the pockets of the lowest income families in our country and out of local communities.
Rutherglen MSP Clare Haughey is encouraging tech-savvy and budding entrepreneurs to sign up to a new social technology innovation award launched by Vodafone. Vodafone TechStarter aims to uncover and develop ideas to improve health, education, environmental protection and social mobility.
MSP Clare Haughey visited Cathkin High last Friday to speak with a fourth-year modern studies class about politics.
Around 50 locals attended an advice surgery held by Blantyre MSP Clare Haughey to help them begin the complaints process after they were allegedly mis-sold solar panels by the now bust company HELMS.
Young people in Rutherglen and Cambuslang are being called upon to submit their fun and vibrant designs and concepts to help design the new generation of Baby Boxes. Baby Boxes were introduced by the Scottish Government in 2017 to help tackle deprivation, improve health and support parents.
I used my column in this week's paper to discuss the WASPI campaign.
MSP Clare Haughey has praised new figures showing that Scotland’s economy has outperformed the UK’s in the second quarter of this year. According to official figures, announced by Scotland’s Chief Statistician, the economy in Scotland grew by 0.5% in the second quarter of 2018 while growth in the UK was at 0.4%.
Blantyre MSP Clare Haughey is hosting an advice surgery in Blantyre on Monday 1st October for constituents who have been affected by the alleged mis-selling of solar panels.
Clare comments on the ongoing closure of the Post Office on Rutherglen Main Street.