Mr Whitfield joined his shadow education colleague Michael Marra and other MSPs at a World’s Biggest Coffee Morning event at the Scottish Parliament organised by Jackie Baillie MSP and Paul O’Kane MSP.
The charity fundraiser, which takes place every September, sees millions of pounds donated each year to help support people affected by cancer. The money raised helps fund Macmillan services across Scotland
Tackling Child Poverty, a joint briefing by Audit Scotland and the Accounts Commission, states more than one in four children were in poverty before Covid, but warns the cost of living crisis would make the situation worse. The new report also says policies still prioritise helping youngsters out of poverty instead of ways to prevent it.
“Her Majesty’s passing is a sad time for people in the South of Scotland and the whole country, but most of all for the Royal Family who have lost a mother, a grandmother and a great-grandmother. Our hearts go out to the family and my deepest condolences are with them.
“Throughout her reign, the Queen was always a great source of reassurance, compassion and unity, linking people and communities locally, through to a national level in Scotland
Diagnosis via the emergency route for leukaemia is greater than most other types of cancer and often associated with poor survival. Many leukaemia patients visit their GP multiple times before being diagnosed or being referred for diagnosis. That is why being able to spot and voice signs and symptoms of leukaemia is
Citizens Advice Scotland's "Our Advice Adds Up" campaign seeks to highlight the various advice and support offered by CAS and the network of local CABs across Scotland.
The campaign launch follows the publication of research showing half a million people in Scotland have no money left after covering essential monthly expenses, while over 1 million people have less than £125 left over
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