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Bus Timetable Emergency Update

Due to driver shortages as a result of the spread of Omicron, a temporary emergency timetable is now in place in Greater Glasgow. Please use the following link to find out about route changes: https://www.firstbus.co.uk/greater-glasgow/news-and-service-updates/planned-changes/service-changes-10th-jan-2022 

Free Bus Travel for Under 22s

APPLICATIONS OPEN FOR SCOTLAND'S YOUNG PERSONS' FREE BUS TRAVEL  

UNDER 22's CAN NOW APPLY FOR FREE BUS TRAVEL SCHEME

Bill Kidd MSP welcomes the opening of the application process for free bus travel for young people, under the age of 22 years old.

From today, all young people and children aged 5-21 years old in Anniesland can apply for their new or replacement National Entitlement Card (NEC) or Young Scot NEC to access the scheme from 31 January 2022. The scheme, extending free bus travel to everyone aged 22, builds on the Scottish Government’s commitment to providing free bus travel to all under-19’s in Scotland which started in August 2021.

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Routes out of Modern Slavery in Scotland

Bill Kidd MSP asked the following question to the Minsiter for Community Slavery on support for victims of modern slavery. This was in response to questions raised by charity members of the CPG on Human Trafficking. See the full question and discussion in chamber below: 

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2.  To ask the Scottish Government what training is given to the police force to identify potential victims of modern slavery involved in organised crime. 

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No First Use Letter to U.S. President Biden

Bill Kidd MSP and Co-President of Parliamentarians for Nuclear Non Proliferation and Disarmament sent a letter alongisde fellow PNND members to U.S. President Biden. 

The letter said, 

"Dear Mr President

We are parliamentarians from a number of NATO member countries and from differing political parties writing to you as your Administration undertakes a Nuclear Posture Review, and as you prepare for the 10th Review Conference of the Non-Proliferation Treaty.

We are concerned about the current conflicts and tensions between nuclear armed and allied countries, the risks that these could escalate, and the nuclear policies that contribute to this. We write in support of measures to reduce the risk of nuclear war, advance diplomacy and contribute to multilateral nuclear disarmament.

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Brexit's Negative Impact on the Scottish Economy

Today, Bill Kidd MSP queried the impact of Brexit on the fishing sector, which makes up a large part of Scotland's economy. 

Watch the video here:

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Bill Kidd MSP

Welcome

Bill is MSP for Glasgow Anniesland. 

His major political interests are the development of policies to eradicate poverty, job creation, housing policy and an end to the nuclear power and weapons programmes of successive British Governments.

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