100% more adults registered with NHS dentist in Greater Glasgow and Clyde

By Bob Doris MSP

The latest NHS figures show NHS dentist registrations have rocketed under the SNP – with 100% more adults registered in Greater Glasgow and Clyde since 2007.

The number of children in Greater Glasgow and Clyde registered with an NHS dentist has also risen dramatically with 95.8% now registered - a 44.1% rise since 2007.

Across Scotland there are now 107% more adults and 43% more children registered with an NHS dentist than before the SNP came into power.

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The Caley. Update from Bob Doris MSP about the railway works at St. Rollox

Update about the railway works at St.Rollox - 26 July 2019

By Bob Doris MSP

The Caley Rail Works sadly closed on Friday (26th July 2019). Despite repeated representations to the owners Gemini, the company were determined to centralise all their works at their larger site in England. A commercial decision they implemented despite a powerful and passionate campaign from Caley workers and Unions.

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Home Office

'Appalling' treatment of Glasgow family highlights need for devolved immigration

By Site Administrator

The Prime Minister today told the House of Commons that she would ensure that the Home Office “looks again” at the plight of the Umeed Bakhsh family, who face being deported from their home in Glasgow.

Areeb Umeed Bakhsh, 13, and his brother Somer, 15, have lived in Glasgow since their family fled from Pakistan in 2012, however the Home Office has repeatedly rejected the family’s plea for asylum, because officials believe that they would not be at risk in Pakistan.

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SNP calls on Tories to avoid hard Brexit and hels save Glasgow jobs

By Site Administrator

Research by a leading think-tank has revealed that exports to countries within the European Union support around 40,000 jobs in Glasgow and the surrounding areas.

Research by the Fraser of Allander Institute, which was commissioned by Glasgow City Council ahead of a Brexit summit, considers the impact Brexit will have on companies in and around the city, as well as highlighting the potential impact of Brexit on investment in Glasgow.

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