Social Care fit for the 21st Century: Online Meeting

Cunninghame North candidate for the Scottish Parliament elections and former MP for North Ayrshire and Arran, Katy Clark, is hosting a public Zoom meeting to discuss how change to the social care system is needed for it to be fit for the 21st Century. The meeting is being held on Tuesday 2nd March from 6pm-7pm […]

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Press Release: Katy calls for a Public Inquiry into COVID-19

Cunninghame North Labour Candidate, Katy Clark, calls for a Public Inquiry into COVID-19 to start immediately to save lives. The former MP for North Ayrshire and Arran said  “The official UK wide figures are now well over 110,000 COVID-19 deaths and rising and these figures are only for people who have died within 28 days […]

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KATY SHORTLISTED FOR THE WEST OF SCOTLAND REGIONAL LIST

Katy has been shortlisted by Scottish Labour to run on the West of Scotland Regional List. Read her full statement below; “I am delighted to have been shortlisted for the West of Scotland Regional List. The ballots are being sent out to Labour Party members in the West of Scotland on 6 January.  For those […]

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Katy writes for Labour List: What would settle the Scottish debate over our constitutional settlement?

“..Any settlement would have to recognise that the Scottish people are entitled to self-determination, and that consent is needed from the Scottish peoples’ representatives in decision-making with Scotland having rights as a minority nation. It would have to be a relationship of partners rather than a dominance by the nation with the largest population. And […]

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Press release: Katy Clark calls for review of ferry procurement procedures

Labours candidate in the Scottish Parliamentary elections for Cunninghame North, Katy Clark, is calling for a review of procurement procedures for new Calmac ferries in order that “lessons can be learned” after harsh criticism by a Holyrood Committee of the process for procuring two ferries. In a strongly-worded report, the Rural Economy and Connectivity Committee asked for an […]

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