- Finnie Renews Concern Over Bulk Data Collection
- Greens Comment on Re-election of Jeremy Corbyn
- Sturgeon Asked to Work with Greens to Stop Sanctions in Scotland
- Wightman Urges Action on Cost of Land
- Greer Says Vote Shows Desire for Evolution
- Parliament Return: Greens Outline Priorities
- Johnstone Questions Minister Claim
- Greens React To Stiglitz Comments
John Finnie MSP, Justice spokesperson for the Scottish Greens, today renewed concerns over the bulk collection of communications data under the Westminster Government’s proposed Investigatory Powers Bill.
Mr Finnie raised concerns with police chiefs and the Justice Secretary as …
Scottish Greens’ co-convener Patrick Harvie has called the re-election of Jeremy Corbyn as UK Labour leader an opportunity for “other progressive forces” to work together.
Patrick Harvie MSP said:
“The Tories have been able to run amok at Westminster for …
Patrick Harvie asked the First Minister today (22 Sept) to confirm there will be no Scottish sanctions when powers over welfare are devolved to Holyrood.
Scottish Greens research revealed that 13,000 people a year could soon face sanctions under benefits …
Andy Wightman MSP, Housing spokesperson for the Scottish Greens, used today’s Holyrood debate on housing to urge Scottish Ministers to stop developers inflating the cost of land.
The Green amendment for today’s debate – not selected by the Presiding …
Ross Greer MSP, External Affairs spokesperson for the Scottish Greens, says last night’s Scottish Parliament vote to support devolution of powers over asylum and refugees will put pressure on the UK Government to consider the issue.
Holyrood voted for …
With the Scottish Parliament returning from Summer Recess this week (w/b 5 Sep), the Scottish Greens are highlighting areas such as benefit sanctions, standardised testing in schools and local and national tax policy where they expect to push Scottish Ministers …