Mark Griffin

Labour MSP for Central Scotland

@MarkGriff1n

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  • Scottish Parliament: University Hospital Hairmyres (Industrial Action) 13 Jun 2019

    The First Minister will be aware of press reports that the GMB union is balloting 300 members of staff at Hairmyres hospital on taking strike action. A payroll system change means that the staff are collectively owed £72,000, have been paid two weeks’ wages for three weeks’ work and have been offered a loan instead of wages that they are rightly owed, which has pushed many into debt....
  • Scottish Parliament: Veterans Strategy (Update) 12 Jun 2019

    I am grateful to the minister for early sight of his statement. I am pleased to hear about the continued joint work to support veterans across the UK. A week after the D-day commemorations, I would like to put on record Labour’s thanks to our armed forces personnel—past, present and future—for their service and for protecting Scotland and the UK. How is the Scottish Government balancing...
  • Scottish Parliament: Poverty and Inequality Commission Recommendations (Impact on Social Security Policies) 30 May 2019

    We heard earlier that the best start grant will be made available to people with no recourse to public funds. The cabinet secretary talked about the young carers grant in her answer. Will the young carers grant also be made available to people with no recourse to public funds?

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Labour MSP for Central Scotland

Entered the Scottish Parliament on 6 May 2011 — Election

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