GP surg­eries need ad­di­tional fund­ing

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fam­i­lies to the area, as well as with a grow­ing older pop­u­la­tion.

The First Min­is­ter claims to care about so­cial jus­tice and tack­ling health in­equal­i­ties how­ever this re­port again shows there is a mas­sive gap be­tween SNP rhetoric and re­sults. get­ting un­der­way.

Be­fore we even reached De­cem­ber I had man­aged to fit in quite a few fes­tive events in the diary, with vis­its to Christ­mas Fayre’s at Ruther­glen Old Parish Church and Calder­wood Pri­mary.

A mas­sive well done to the or­gan­is­ers of both events, where it was great to see so many lo­cals turn out to show their sup­port.

At the week­end I joined lo­cal fam­i­lies in Ruther­glen as we wel­comed the start of the fes­tive pe­riod with the an­nual Christ­mas light switch on.

On Sun­day I was in Cam­bus­lang to see the lights and al­though the weather wasn’t great for this year’s events that didn’t dampen any­one’s spirit and the at­mos­phere was as cheer­ful as ever.

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