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HOLYROOD BACKS £16.941 MILLION FOR NORTH LANARKSHIRE TO TACKLE COVID-19

SNP MSP Fulton MacGregor has welcomed a Holyrood vote approving £16.941 million extra funding for North Lanarkshire in light of the coronavirus pandemic. Almost £258 million extra funding has been approved for vital local services across Scotland, such as food provision for those in need, education and social care. The Scottish Government is in discussions with local … Continue reading HOLYROOD BACKS £16.941 MILLION FOR NORTH LANARKSHIRE TO TACKLE COVID-19

FULTON MACGREGOR MSP WELCOMES RETURN TO FULL-TIME SCHOOLING

Commenting on today’s announcement from the Scottish Government that schools will return full-time in August, without distancing, if Scotland continues to make progress on suppressing the coronavirus – Fulton MacGregor MSP for Coatbridge & Chryston said:   “Thanks to the united effort of people here in Coatbridge & Chryston, and across Scotland, who have stuck … Continue reading FULTON MACGREGOR MSP WELCOMES RETURN TO FULL-TIME SCHOOLING

FULTON MACGREGOR THANKS THOUSANDS OF NORTH LANARKSHIRE VOLUNTEER DURING PANDEMIC

SNP MSP Fulton MacGregor has praised the thousands of North Lanarkshire residents who have signed up to volunteering schemes during the pandemic. 1182 have volunteered with the British Red Cross in North Lanarkshire while 1836 have signed up to Volunteer Scotland, according to new figures provided by the Scottish Parliament Information Centre (SPICe). While not all volunteers have been … Continue reading FULTON MACGREGOR THANKS THOUSANDS OF NORTH LANARKSHIRE VOLUNTEER DURING PANDEMIC

£7,478,859 FUNDING BOOST FOR NORTH LANARKSHIRE SCHOOLS

  SNP GOVERNMENT ANNOUNCE £50 MILLION PACKAGE TO IMPROVE ATTAINMENT   MSP for Coatbridge & Chryston, Fulton MacGregor, has said pupils living in North Lanarkshire’s most deprived communities will benefit from targeted funding from the Attainment Scotland Fund to help close the poverty-related attainment gap.   North Lanarkshire Council will receive a £7,478,859 investment from … Continue reading £7,478,859 FUNDING BOOST FOR NORTH LANARKSHIRE SCHOOLS

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