“I would like to thank the thousands of people who have generously opened their doors to Ukrainian families, volunteered and donated to causes.” Neil Gray Scottish Government Minister with Special Responsibility for Refugees from Ukraine
In an excellent article in the Guardian on 29th of March Karen McVeigh talked about the damage to people’s lives in Syria from the fall out of British Foreign Aid cuts from 0.7% To 0.5% GDP.
“I am very happy to be featured in a country that has welcomed me with open arms and has given me the chance to speak about my life”
Around 25 people came together on Monday evening 16th April to protest at the illegal bombing of Syria by the US, France and UK in the early hours of Saturday morning.
“This article is to call out Theresa May on her biggest contradiction of shaking the famous magic money tree and finding just enough money for ‘targeted’ and ‘successful’ airstrikes on Syria.”
It is to take place on Monday 16th April on the steps of the St Magnus Cathedral at 6pm.
“Far from being a reason for putting independence even further into the back burner, recent events – Salisbury, Syria, Brexit – make the case for living in a Scotland that wishes to be one of the good guys appealing and increasingly urgent.”