JOAN spoke to a family in Fife about the Scottish Government's plan for independence and reckons Scotland needs to move away from a low-wage model as too many parents are struggling to support their children.
THEY’RE a friendly bunch of folk in Kelty.
It’s part of the Cowdenbeath constituency, facing a by-election due to the untimely death of MSP Helen Eadie.
I was heartened by my visit last Thursday to support SNP candidate Natalie McGarry.
Despite the cold and dark, the people of this former mining town were keen to chat.
They wanted to know about Scotland’s Future, the Scottish Government plan for independence. One young couple stuck in my mind – they were so typical...
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