Tags » Scottish Green Party

No ‘High-Fives’ for Labour in Scotland

Jim Murphy, the self-proclaimed man ‘for Scotland,’ still believes that he can close the unprecendented gap between his failing Scottish Labour Party and the SNP. He has set himself one hell of a task. 660 more words

Scottish Independence

One in Five campaign launches at Parliament

Today I joined what felt like every MSP in Parliament for the launch of the One in Five campaign. Ambassadors Pam Duncan-Glancy and Jamie Szymkowiak have done an incredible job in just a couple of weeks to create this brilliant campaign which aims to encourage, empower and increase political participation amongst disabled people in Scotland. 350 more words

Recent Posts

Time to transform the forgotten South

In the last days of this parliament came one of the most interesting and useful reports I’ve seen in five years of the Scottish Affairs Committee. 788 more words

Recent Posts

On democracy, Trident and fear

I’ve just watched Alex Salmond and Anna Soubry on the Andrew Marr Show, open mouthed at the astonishing statements coming from Anna Soubry. Below is a short clip of the programme.   466 more words

Recent Posts

A night in Pilton

Last night I had my first hustings for the Westminster campaign. I’m standing in Edinburgh North and Leith for the Greens – my first time running for elected office. 563 more words

Recent Posts

Speech to Pilton Hustings

Here’s the opening speech I gave to the Pilton Community Health Project hustings on 19th March. 298 more words

Recent Posts

Vote Sarah for the South of Scotland

Alongside some fantastic candidates, I had the privilege of speaking at a hustings for Scottish Green Party members in Castle Douglas recently. Hosted by the Dumfries and Galloway branch, the hustings formed part of the selection process for the party to choose its candidates for the South of Scotland regional list ahead of the 2016 Holyrood election. 21 more words

Recent Posts