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Local MP Gemma Doyle and MSP Jackie Baillie have called on Alex Salmond to come clean on the funding and affordability of pensions in an independent Scotland, after members of Scottish Labour’s Shadow Cabinet challenged him to provide greater clarity on the issue.
Local MP Gemma Doyle and MSP Jackie Baillie have both welcomed a new multi-million pound investment into West Dunbartonshire, formally agreed today.
Shadow Secretary of State for Scotland Margaret Curran MP visited Dumbarton last week to tell voters why she will be saying No thanks on the 18th September.
Gemma Doyle MP has today criticised the Government for failing to get a grip on the UK’s growing passport crisis after a number of local residents in West Dunbartonshire almost missed out on their holidays due to delays.
West Dunbartonshire’s MP Gemma Doyle attended an event in Parliament last week hosted by Cancer Research UK to discover more about the power of research which saves more than 2,800 people every single week.
Gemma Doyle, MP for West Dunbartonshire joined volunteers from the International Diabetes Federation this week to raise awareness of the increasing prevalence of diabetes in the UK.
Following the Chancellor’s budget announced this week, Gemma Doyle MP has criticised the Government for helping the privileged few and failing to tackle to cost-of-living crisis.
Gemma Doyle MP has called for a tax to be placed on bankers bonuses in order to help fund jobs for West Dunbartonshire’s young people.
Gemma Doyle MP has voted to scrap the bedroom tax immediately in a Parliamentary debate called by Labour on the issue.
Gemma Doyle MP has expressed her regret as BAE announced a reduction in the size of the workforce at the Clyde shipyards by over 800 jobs.