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Cuts to Vital Bus Links
23rd February 2018


Labour Councillors today organised a public rally to give local people a chance to voice their concerns over cuts to McGills bus services in Linwood and Houston. From the 23rd March 2018 McGill bus services No. 19 and No. 8 are to cease.

Alison Dowling and Jim Sheridan, Labour Councillors for Houston, Crosslee and Linwood, have been inundated with constituent concerns that an area the size of Houston and Crosslee will have virtually no public transport link. With the growth in housing within the Houston area and increase in population, they argue there is a need to maintain if not increase public transport services, and that in Linwood, cutting the Johnstone bus link is unacceptable as this is a service that’s used by the elderly and those who depend on public transport for their shopping and other services. They are also unhappy about the environmental impact the loss of transport will have, forcing more car use in the area. The Councillors have written to Ralph Roberts, McGills managing director to express their concerns and have requested that the decision to cut the buses is reversed.

Local Labour Councillors, Neil Bibby MSP and local residents outside the Tweedie Hall in Linwood protesting the bus cuts.Councillor Alison Dowling said, “Losing these buses will remove the only public transport link from Houston and Crosslee to Paisley, the link for people who work in Paisley and for those attending the RAH. The service also provides a link for workers at the Inchinnan Business Park. The public transport link to Johnstone will become severely limited, including the vital link to Johnstone Train Station. The elephant in the room also needs to be addressed. Why are McGills allowed to operate in such a self-serving fashion? They appear to move into an area, then put up fares and cut services. We want the Scottish Government and the Traffic Commissioner to call this behavior to account”.

Councillor Jim Sheridan added: “The irony is, in Houston, Texas you can fly shuttles to the moon. In Houston, Renfrewshire, you can’t get a bus to Paisley. We ask local people to contact their MSP’s and the Traffic Commissioner to lodge their protest. Get your friends and family to support this effort too. We need to ask our elected representatives why our communities are being exposed to these bus route monopolies. De-regulation was supposed to give us more choice. Instead we’ve got no choice, and no buses either if you rely on the No.8 and 19”.

The public protest took place today Friday 23rd February from 11am to 11.30am, outside the Tweedie Hall in Linwood.


Encouraging Cyber-Resilience Key to Tackling Online Bully and Harassment
19th February 2018


Mary Fee MSP has joined politicians across the Scottish Parliament to call for more awareness to be made for children and young people to become more cyber-resilient online and on social networking websites to tackle bullying and harassment.

To mark Safer Internet Day on 6th February 2018, Scottish Labour’s Mary Fee spoke of the need to encourage children and young people to become more aware of the dangers of the internet and social media websites and to encourage parents to have more open debates with children around the advantages and disadvantages of the internet.

The motion debated in the Scottish Parliament warned that a major issue for young people today is the pressure to share intimate images online, leading to a rise in the number of children reported for sexual offences of 21%. The repercussions for the victims such as bullying, stigma and Mary Fee MSPharassment are well known, and the need to warn perpetrators of the consequences on their future careers, as well as the legal implications, were highlighted.

The West Scotland MSP also called for a connected approach to dealing with cyber-bullying and harassment that involved schools, parents, youth organisations and social media companies.

Speaking during the debate, Mary Fee MSP said “Children and young people today are connecting with each other in a wide range of ways that were not available to any other generation before, and as such we need to encourage open conversations with young people about the dangers of the internet and social media. Too many children and young people are being exposed to bullying and pressures online resulting in serious implications on mental health and social stigma.  The damaging and shocking increase in sexual offences committed by young people shows how we need a connected approach between Government, schools, parents, charities, youth organisations and most importantly social network companies to tackle the scourge of sharing private and intimate details between young people and so-called sexting.  We need to be more proactive as a society to encourage young people to become more cyber-resilient and encourage them to have open conversations when they have been subject to cyber-bullying or harassment.”


News from Councillor Jim Harte
9th February 2018

At a special council meeting, a motion put forward by the Labour Group to ask the the Cabinet Secretary for Health and Sport, Shona Robison, to reverse the decision to close Ward 15 at the RAH. The motion was carried by 21 votes 19 with support from the Independents, Lib Dem and the Tories. The SNP supported the closure.

The fight to re-instate the Multi Use Games Area (MUGA), at the new joint campus, continues with over 700 signatures on the online petitions. There will also be a chance to sign the petition at the local shops. There will also be stalls, where the petition can be signed, to raise awareness. The MUGA was in the original plans for the new joint campus, but has since been removed.

There are plans afoot to close the Erskine Bridge Hotel, demolish it and replace the area with housing. I understand that the owners of the hotel have been in talks with Persimmon Homes. No plans have been lodged with the Council, as yet, so watch this space.


Mary Fee MSP to Lead Labour’s Mental Health Focus
22nd January 2018


Mary Fee MSPMary Fee MSP has been appointed Scottish Labour’s Mental Health Spokesperson working in the Labour health team with Anas Sarwar MSP and has stressed her commitment for helping secure a better deal for mental health services, especially for children and young people.

Following Richard Leonard’s appointment as Scottish Labour Leader, West Scotland MSP Mary Fee has been given the role of leading Scottish Labour’s mental health policy.

It is estimated that 1 in 4 people will experience mental health problems and there is still stigma and discrimination towards people with mental health problems, as well as many myths about what different diagnoses mean.

Mary has committed to ensure that everyone who requires treatment for mental health will be seen by a trained professional and has committed to campaign to reduce the stigma and myths around mental health.

As well as leading the mental health portfolio, Mary will also be taking on education, skills, sport and equalities portfolios.

Speaking from her Paisley office, Mary said “I am delighted to be leading Scottish Labour’s mental health focus and I will be working with Anas Sarwar to ensure that treatment is available for those seeking it and campaign to tackle the stigma and myths of mental health.”

Welcoming Mary to the Labour health team, Anas Sarwar MSP, said “Mary is a great addition to the Scottish Labour health team and brings a wealth of experience and understanding of health issues. Mary has been a vocal campaigner for the protection of local health services, particularly in Paisley and Inverclyde, and that determination and drive to deliver for local communities will be a great asset to Scottish Labour’s health team.”


The opportunity of Apprenticeships must extend to all, says Mary Fee MSP
11th January 2018


Mary Fee MSPScottish Labour’s Mary Fee MSP has called on the Scottish Government and its agencies to assist more women, disabled and BME people to become apprentices and help them gain the highest level of Modern Apprentices qualification to reach their full potential.

During a debate in the Scottish Parliament, Mary Fee MSP welcomed new figures showing the Scottish Government has met its target to reduce youth unemployment by 40% four years earlier than planned.

The West Scotland MSP then called on the Scottish Government and its agencies to do more for female, disabled and Black and Minority Ethnic people to become apprentices and reach their full potential.

Statistic show that the majority of women are pigeon-holed in to certain apprenticeships and only 1.5% of construction roles go to women, with women dominating roles such as hairdressing & beauty and social care.

The quango responsible, Skills Development Scotland, also released statistic showing that women, disabled and BME apprentices are not starting the highest level of qualification compared to white males.

Speaking during the debate, Mary said “The Scottish Government must act now to improve the opportunities for female, disabled and BME young people and improve the opportunities for these apprentices to take on the highest levels and achieve their potential.

“If action isn’t taken, then we will find ourselves here next year repeating ourselves while young people are let down.”

Using her opportunity to speak in the debate, Mary also focussed also on the Scottish Government’s classification of zero-hours contracts as a so-called “positive destination” for young people leaving school and backed Labour’s calls for amend the methodology for monitoring the education, training and employment of young people.

Speaking about zero-hours contracts, Mary said “As we know, zero-hours contracts are not positive and the use of them leaves far too many Scots in temporary or insecure employment. The Government’s ‘Developing the Young Workforce’ strategy must be about developing young people, in-and-out of employment, and no use of zero-hours contracts will support the ambition of the strategy.”


Mary Fee MSP calls for an end to LGBT discrimination in Scottish sport
22nd September 2017


Mary Fee MSP leading the debate on ending LGBT discrimination in Scottish sport.Mary Fee, West of Scotland MSP, received cross-party support to hold a members’ business debate on ‘Tackling Homophobia in Scottish Sport’ in the Scottish Parliament. The debate follows recent research from Stonewall Scotland which highlighted the particular issue of LGBT discrimination in Scottish sport.

The issue of homophobia, biphobia and transphobia in Scottish sport has been increasingly highlighted by leading equality organisations, with reported incidents of homophobic behaviour at sporting events being 9 per cent higher in Scotland, compared to the rest of the UK.

Members of the Scottish Parliament from across the political divide united in the Scottish Parliament to condemn LGBT discrimination in Scottish sport and call for a shift in the culture of Scottish sport to ensure that it was open and accessible to all people, no matter their sexual orientation or gender identity.

Recent research by Stonewall Scotland revealed that a staggering 46 per cent of LGBT people do not find sporting events to be welcoming spaces, and more than one in ten LGBT people avoid going to the gym or participating in sports groups because of fear of discrimination and harassment.

During the debate, the Scottish Labour MSP highlighted research by Stonewall Scotland which revealed that a shocking 70 per cent of fans had heard homophobic abuse in the stands at a football game.

The statistics have prompted the Equality Network to launch the LGBT Sports Charter and Stonewall Scotland to establish their Rainbow Laces campaign to make football a more inclusive and welcoming sport for all.

The Equality Network’s LGBT Sports Charter currently has thirteen professional football clubs as signatories, including West of Scotland based Dumbarton FC, Celtic and Rangers, and Scottish football’s governing body, the SFA.

Speaking after the debate, Mary Fee MSP said “I would like to thank the Equality Network and Stonewall Scotland for all their work on eradicating LGBT discrimination and promoting inclusivity in Scottish sport.  I was delighted to take my motion ‘Tackling Homophobia in Sport’ to debate with thanks to MSP’s from all parties.  Despite the advances in LGBT rights over the last two decades, discrimination sadly still persists in all walks of Scottish society. Furthermore, it is clear that there is a particular issue with LGBT discrimination in Scottish sport.  I am pleased that thirteen professional Scottish football clubs and the sport’s governing body have signed up to the Equality Network’s LGBT Sports Charter, which aims to prioritise LGBT inclusivity in Scottish football.  I would strongly urge other professional football clubs and governing bodies to reach out to the Equality Network and to sign up.  It is vitally important that sports organisations take the lead in changing the culture in Scottish sports by tackling and eradicating LGBT discrimination, ensuring that all sports clubs, gyms and stadiums are modern, inclusive and welcoming to all people, regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity.”


Why SNP plans for Ferguslie development are wrong
19th September 2017


Labour Councillor Jim Sheridan has today criticised Renfrewshire’s SNP administration for watering down plans for a new sports facility in Ferguslie.
Councillor Jim Sheridan
Speaking today Councillor Sheridan said, “Today the SNP administration endorsed their proposals to dilute the previous labour administrations ambitious development plans for Ferguslie and the wider Renfrewshire community which in my view are short sighted.

Labours plans to develop the land surrounding Ferguslie would have generated a multi-use sports facility that would have benefited Renfrewshire’s residents and those beyond. Together with the public funding, private investment was secured for small businesses and other retail outlets that support local employment. What is even more disturbing is the Scottish Governments decision to invest £37 million in the leafy suburbs of Stirling, to support the elite sport of tennis, whilst the SNP administration denies, what where costed and progressive plans for one of the poorest communities in Scotland.

Affordable housing is crucial to our upcoming generation that is why I firmly believe that people will move to areas where quality services and facilities are available. Therefore labours approach would have encouraged private as well as public interest into providing affordable housing for those who need it. The Separatists portray an image of progressive politics, their actions prove the opposite.”


Labour accuse SNP of ditching its pre-election promise to voters to clean up Renfrewshire
12th September 2017

Councillor John HoodRenfrewshire Labour has accused the SNP administration of reneging on its election promise to clean up Renfrewshire by using its new "Team up to Clean up" programme which is asking communities across Renfrewshire to take the major lead and ownership in dealing with issues such as dog fouling, litter and fly tipping.

A series of local meetings are currently taking place to promote the strategy.

The Labour Group on Renfrewshire Council has been scathing in its response. Councillor John Hood, Labours Environmental spokesperson, said, "The cheek of the SNP really does take the breath away. Prior to the council elections in May they bombarded households across the county with leaflets that promised they would clean up Renfrewshire for the next 5 years, and that this would be their flagship policy ,yet barely 4 months on they are telling communities it is up to them to do the job."

Councillor Hood added, "Their pittance of an investment of £250,000 gives the game away ,as this hardly scratches the service. The SNP has changed the Do Your Bit Council policy to Do it Yourself.  This is not going down well, and if the SNP administration believes that hard working council tax payers are going to assume the responsibility for cleaning up Renfrewshire as opposed to the council, it has another think coming.  I and my colleagues ,fully appreciate the sterling work undertaken by various community groups in maintaining a good and clean environment, and others should be encouraged to do likewise. However, it needs to be a case of the council leading on these issues with the support of the community not the other way around.  The SNP needs to get on with the job which they promised before the election ,that is to provide the resources funding and manpower to clean up Renfrewshire and not abuse the goodwill of volunteers in the community. "


Renfrewshire Labour Councillors demand Full Council meeting over Day Centre Closures
22nd August 2017


Amid growing public outrage at the proposed closure of the day centres at West Lane Gardens in Johnstone and Whitehaugh in Paisley the Labour Group on Renfrewshire Council has called for the matter to be brought to a special meeting of the full council.

Renfrewshire Councillors have been bombarded with angry e-mails not only from service users and their Carers but also from members of the public. There has been both shock and dismay at the decision by Capability Scotland to cease providing the service.
Councillor Derek Bibby
Labour will demand that the Council take action ensure that this much service will continue. Councillor Derek Bibby Depute Labour Leader explained why Labour have called the special meeting.  "People who attend the centres who are the most vulnerable of our citizens were told of the closures on the 24th July. Over the last 4 weeks, which must have seen like an eternity to them, they have sought answers and reassurance from the SNP led council that their wishes to continue to attend these centres and receive the current service would be respected. They have received nothing of the sort and this uncertainty cannot continue.”

Councillor Bibby added, “I also suspect that plan was for the decision to be quietly ratified at the next meeting of the Integrated Joint Board for Health and Social Care as though it had nothing to do with the council. This would have meant that the fate of the service would have been confirmed by the voting members the 3 SNP and 1 Tory councillors and 4 non-elected health board representatives. This matter is far too important for that as there is no greater responsibility for a council than the best interests of its vulnerable people. All 43 councillors need to be the ones that their future Renfrewshire has a proud record of caring for people with a learning disability and there is no doubt in my mind that this should continue."


SNP silence over Day Centre closures is deafening say Renfrewshire Labour Councillors
17th August 2017


Councillor Derek BibbyAhead of the closures of the West Lane Gardens and Whitehaugh Day Centres by Capability Scotland the leader of the Labour Group on Renfrewshire Council Councillor Eddie Devine and Councillor Derek Bibby recently met with thirty Carers and Services users of these facilities to hear from them about their views on the decision to close the centres.

Labour Group Leader Eddie Devine said, “Shock and anger was prevalent amongst the feelings of the users of the day centres and this is understandable. I have written to the Council Leader Iain Nicolson to ask if his administration supports the closures and calling for clarification on what action will be taken to support those affected. So far the SNP groups silence in answering the concerns of the Carers and service users has been deafening.”

Councillor Derek Bibby said, “I have been informed that Councillor Jacqueline Cameron who is Convenor of Health and Social Care Policy Board was on holiday but has since returned and the Labour Group will be pressing for action to help ease the worry being felt by users of both these centres. The SNP administration cannot continue to allow some of Renfrewshire’s most vulnerable citizens to worry themselves sick over the uncertainty that currently persists. Elected members constantly talk about listening to and giving people choice. The choice of those people who attend these centres is to continue to do so. That choice should be respected.”


Mary Fee MSP hears of Housing horrors of Asylum-seeking women
16th August 2017


Mary Fee MSP meeting members of the W-ASH project in Glasgow.On a visit to the W-ASH project in Glasgow, Scottish Labour’s Mary Fee MSP met with project volunteers and asylum-seeking women to hear about the challenges facing asylum-seekers in Scotland and in particular the problems of housing asylum seekers.

The W-ASH project, part of the wider Asylum Seeker Housing (ASH) project, supported by the not-for-profit organisation Community InfoSource, is a valuable support to many asylum-seekers in and around Glasgow.

During the visit Mary met with key staff and volunteers who told of the problems facing asylum-seekers in relation to housing. Currently the Home Office contracts the accommodation services for asylum-seekers to Serco, a private company run for profit.

Mary heard numerous examples of overcrowding, poor housing conditions and a culture of fear that results in tenants not reporting issues to Serco as they fear being evicted from their accommodation and being left on the street.

In Glasgow it is estimated that there are around 4,500 asylum-seekers; men, women and children, living in 1,500 properties. The majority of these properties are in the ten poorest areas of Glasgow and Mary heard how most people would refuse to live in the worst housing available.

As a member of the Scottish Parliament’s Equalities and Human Rights Committee, Mary has previously worked on issues surrounding asylum-seekers and destitution and recognises that for many women who flee war, poverty and domestic violence, the appropriate support must be guaranteed and rights must be honoured while asylum-seekers go through the process to live in the United Kingdom.

The Scottish Labour MSP believes the evidence suggests that asylum-seekers are mistreated and disrespected too often for any progress to be made in creating a more tolerant and welcoming society for those who flee horrific ordeals we could only imagine.

Speaking after her visit to the W-ASH project in Glasgow, Mary Fee MSP said “The W-ASH project is a vital resource for asylum-seeking women in Glasgow and I am delighted they help some of the most vulnerable people living in our society receive the support the need.  I know from sitting on the Equalities and Human Rights Committee that too many asylum-seekers are mistreated and disrespected even though they have faced obstacle after obstacle in fleeing from their homeland. It was saddening to hear of the experiences faced by the women I met. One woman was locked out her home without any notice, meaning she could not access her medication. Others told me that when their boiler required a repair, they were given a kettle. This is simply unacceptable from a company like Serco, who profit from the misery of asylum-seekers.  “To create a more tolerant and welcoming society, we must do better and treat asylum-seekers with respect in a welcoming manner.”


Councillor Jim SheridanLabour Councillor slams SNP ‘Double Standards’ on public sector pay
29th June 2017


A Labour Councillor has attacked the SNP administration on Renfrewshire Council for their parties damaging double standards on public sector pay.

Speaking after the most recent Council meeting Councillor Jim Sheridan said, “At today’s meeting I raised the double standards of the separatists, with their colleagues at Westminster voting to lift the pay freeze for emergency and public service workers whilst their colleagues in the Scottish Parliament do nothing. Whilst the separatists have no control for the decisions taken in the UK Parliament, they do have total responsibility at Holyrood. My call at today’s meeting was for the separatist’s administration on Renfrewshire Council to seek urgent clarification from the Scottish Government as to whether they will pursue the same policy in Scotland as they have at Westminster. After all what is good for the rest of the UK’s emergency and public sector geese is good for the Scottish gander.”

 


Council Labour Group slams SNP decision to install a luxury lounge for Councillors
26th June 2017

Councillor Eddie DevinePlans to spend more than £50,000 on new accommodation for Renfrewshire's Councillors including a luxury lounge have been slammed by the Labour opposition.

The move approved by council officials and the SNP minority follows on from the council election result in May. The work is designed to reflect the new make up of the council particularly the need to house the Conservative group and will cause major disruption to councillors and clerical staff over the coming weeks.

The move was condemned by Councillor Eddie Devine Leader of the Labour Group who said, "Previous changes to councillors accommodation in order to create a bigger customer service area arising from an increase in customer welfare referrals as a result of Tory and SNP austerity cuts were misleadingly portrayed by the then SNP opposition as "luxury accommodation " for councillors.  It is completely hypocritical for the SNP to support work that is absolutely unnecessary and is all about the comfort of councillors rather than the needs of the public The work over the next 6 weeks will cause major disruption. The present office arrangements have worked satisfactorily over the last 2 months This is a waste of money and at a time when many people are living hand to mouth this move particularly the provision of a luxury lounge will  not be appreciated by the wider public"


MSPs back campaign to raise awareness of Child Bereavement
23rd June 2017

This week in the Scottish Parliament, over 35 MSPs backed a motion to raise awareness of child bereavement which was lodged by Mary Fee MSP, Scottish Labour MSP for West Scotland. The motion congratulated Renfrewshire based Brightest Star, and the ‘Our Missing Peace’ campaign.

Brightest Star was founded by Arlene Clark in early 2013, after her son Jack Kennedy suddenly passed away aged six in December 2012. Since its foundation, Brightest Star, which is based in Renfrew, has support over 500 families who have experienced child bereavement. The charity has only been able to support so many families’ due to its incredible fundraising efforts, which has resulted in Brightest Star raising over £700,000 since it formed in 2013.

The Our Missing Peace campaign has been working with the Brightest Star, and aims to break the silence around child bereavement. The campaign was established by Nicole Bowles, after her four-month-old son, Ben Bowles, suddenly passed away in November 2012.

Our Missing Peace have created a love-heart-shaped badge, with a missing jigsaw piece, as a symbol that an individual is dealing with the loss of a child, whether miscarriage, still birth, neonatal, accidental, teenager, or an adult. The campaign also promotes the use of the term ‘Vilomah’ which means “against the natural order”, as a title for parents who have suffered child bereavement.

During First Minister’s Questions on Thursday afternoon, many MSPs wore the ‘Our Missing Peace’ campaign badge to show their support for the campaign.

Our Missing Peace founder Nicole Bowles with Mary Fee MSPFounder of the Our Missing Peace campaign, Nicole Bowles, was invited to the Scottish Parliament by Scottish Labour MSP Mary Fee. Nicole attended Thursday’s session of First Minister’s Questions, during which, many MSPs, from all political parties wore the Our Missing Peace badge, to show their support for the campaign and raising awareness of child bereavement.

The Our Missing Peace campaign was endorsed by the Presiding Officer of the Scottish Parliament Ken Macintosh; First Minister Nicola Sturgeon; Scottish Conservative Leader Ruth Davidson; Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale, Scottish Green Party leader Patrick Harvie and Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie, who all posed for a photo-call with Our Missing Peace campaign founder Nicole Bowles.

Speaking in Scottish Parliament, after First Minister’s Questions, Mary Fee said  “I would like to commend both Arlene Clark of Brightest Star and Nicole Bowles of Our Missing Peace for their incredible work to offer support to families affected by the bereavement of a child and their efforts to break the silence around child bereavement. Their bravery, courage and dedication is truly remarkable.  I am very pleased to have been able to welcome Nicole Bowles, founder of the Our Missing Peace campaign to the Scottish Parliament to help raise awareness of the campaign.  The loss of a child is the most challenging, upsetting and unjust experience that any person can ever face. It has a profound and long-lasting impact on all members of the family, particularly the child’s parents.   It is vitally important that the appropriate support is available to all family members, especially parents, in the days, weeks and months immediately after the death of a child.   The work of Our Missing Peace to break the silence around child bereavement is vitally important and I am delighted that all the main parties in the Scottish Parliament and the Presiding Officer, have chosen to endorse the campaign.  I would like to thank my fellow MSPs who have endorsed the Our Missing Peace campaign by supporting my motion, as well as wearing the Our Missing Peace badges during First Minister’s Questions.”

The Our Missing Peace badges can be acquired at www.ourmissingpeace.org for a small donation.


Mary Fee MSP Welcomes Bill for Survivors of Childhood Abuse
22nd June 2017

Mary Fee MSPWest Scotland MSP Mary Fee has welcomed the passing of the Limitations (Childhood Abuse) Scotland Bill which removes the time bar that prevents survivors of childhood abuse from raising civil actions if they were abused more than 3 years prior.

Speaking after the unanimous passing of the Bill, Mary Fee, Scottish Labour’s Deputy Justice Spokesperson and member of the Scottish Parliament Justice Committee, welcomed the legislation and repeated her admiration for the survivors of childhood abuse who provided evidence to the Justice Committee.

The passing of the Bill is a significant step for survivors of childhood abuse in accessing justice for historical acts. During evidence sessions, the Committee heard from a range of stakeholders of the potential positive and negative consequences of the Limitations Bill, however the Parliament voted in favour of the Bill by 115 votes in favour and zero against, with no abstentions.

Mary Fee MSP said “The Limitations (Childhood Abuse) Bill is a welcome piece of legislation for survivors of childhood abuse who were previously denied access to justice with the time bar of three years. By removing the 3-year period we widen the options for survivors to access justice, access that many have been denied.  While it may not be the best option for every survivor to take civil action, the passing of this Bill is a significant step and one that is welcomed by groups representing survivors.  Throughout the evidence sessions I was stunned by the bravery of survivors who told us openly and in private, why we need to remove the time bar in recalling the abuse they suffered. The bravery was admirable and shows the Scottish Parliament has made the right decision to support this Bill.”


   

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