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Tommy Sheppard
11 March 2017
Tommy's Blog
I’ve been denounced – again! This time I appear to have incurred the wrath of the Catholic Church in Scotland’s hierarchy. A front page report in yesterday’s Scottish Catholic Observer claims I have a “plan” to outlaw Catholic schools and that my views are “chillingly intolerant”. Sadly due to the deterioration of Scottish journalism once great newspapers like The Scotsman have simply rehashed the...
Tommy Sheppard
02 March 2017
My work for you in Edinburgh East
I met with RBS at Portobello High Street to raise my concerns about the impact the closure of the branch would have on the local community. The bank have made a commitment to continue to invest in the local community with charitable fundraising for local projects – if you have any ideas let me know and I will pass them on. They are also running sessions to equip those who want to switch ...
Tommy Sheppard
02 March 2017
My work for you in Westminster
I want to start this month's newsletter with a massive congratulations to my colleague Eilidh Whiteford who has worked so hard on her Private Members Bill. History has been made with the first piece of SNP legislation at Westminster as Parliament agreed to ratify the Istanbul Convention. There's still a way to go but this is a big step for those of us who want to see an end to violence against wom...
Tommy Sheppard
02 March 2017
Media
Sometimes, democracy works. It worked last month with proposed changes to business rates in Scotland. Independent assessors recalculated what each business would be charged. Since it had been seven years since the last review it was no surprise that some would see big changes. Two thirds of local businesses saw no increase or a cut but some were facing dramatic eye-watering hikes in their rates. T...