Neil Findlay Defends Devolution at Holyrood Brexit Debate

Last week Neil Findlay MSP led Scottish Labour’s charge against a Tory attack on devolution in the EU Withdrawal Bill debate at Holyrood. Continue reading

Labour Members Gather in Fauldhouse for Fundraiser

West Lothian Labour members turned out in numbers at Fauldhouse’s St. John the Baptist church for a social event for the Almond Valley constituency party on Friday, 4th May.  Continue reading

Raising awareness of Cerebral Palsy at the Scottish Parliament

Neil Findlay MSP met with staff from Bobath Scotland this week to discuss recent legislation that now entitles people in Scotland to communication equipment, and the support to use it. Continue reading

Stoneyburn Residents Voice Huge Concerns About GP crisis

Residents from the small village of Stoneyburn came out in huge numbers to a public meeting organised by the community council on Tuesday night. Continue reading

Neil Findlay Visits Livingston United Parish Church to Celebrate Environment Award

Local Labour MSP Neil Findlay visited Livingston United Parish Church this week to celebrate winning their first Bronze eco – congregation award. Continue reading

Neil Findlay Raises Drug Deaths at Holyrood

Last week at Neil Findlay MSP raised the issue of Scotland’s rising tide of drug deaths at the Scottish Parliament in a debate focused on safe injecting rooms. 20 people died of drug related deaths in West Lothian in 2016, in Edinburgh that number rises to 96 deaths. Continue reading

Neil Findlay MSP Meets Donna Paterson- Harvie from the Neil’s Hugs Foundation

Neil Findlay MSP this week met with Donna Paterson-Harvie from the Neil’s Hugs Foundation  Continue reading

Neil Findlay Kisses Goodbye to MS During MS Awareness Week

This week is Multiple Sclerosis awareness week (23 -29 April) and there are lots of different ways you can get involved to help support people living with MS. Continue reading

RBS Mobile Banking Services Slashed

Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) have announced that mobile banking services in West Calder will be cut by almost a third beginning 23rd April.  Continue reading