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Scottish Conservative Councillor Craig Hoy has called for meetings of East Lothian Council’s Education Committee to be reconvened to allow Councillors to scrutinise policies and to examine decisions taken during the Covid-19 epidemic. The move comes as the Conservative Group on East Lothian Council presses for key Council committees to be restored following a period...

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Scottish Conservative candidate Craig Hoy has written to Scotland’s Cabinet Secretary for Finance calling for further measures to protect retail businesses operating in East Lothian. In a letter to Kate Forbes MSP, Craig seeks to make the Holyrood Government aware growing local concerns about elements of the system of business grants adopted in Scotland to...

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High Street and local businesses are asking what support they can expect to receive during the period of exceptional trading uncertainty as a result of the coronavirus crisis. East Lothian Council, the Scottish Government and the UK Government have all announced measures to support business during what the Bank of England has described as an...

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Conservatives on East Lothian Council are taking the lead on the Climate Change Emergency, becoming the first group to appoint a Climate Change Champion. Haddington and Lammermuir ward Councillor Craig Hoy, who will also be his party’s candidate for next year’s Scottish Parliamentary election, will take on a coordinating cross-council role examining how the climate change emergency declaration in East Lothian impacts his party’s...

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Scottish Conservative and Unionist candidate Craig Hoy has been out campaigning across the constituency with his campaign team. He says his message is clear. “It’s time to end constitutional division, take IndyRef 2 off the table and start focussing on issues such as investing in public services, the economy, defence and policing,” Mr Hoy says....

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In today’s manifesto the Conservatives pledge to “put infrastructure first”. The party will amend planning rules so that the infrastructure – roads, schools, GP surgeries – come before people move into new homes. And a new £10 billion Single Housing Infrastructure Fund will help deliver it faster. Planning is devolved to Holyrood so these pledges won’t...

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A senior Cabinet Minister has visited East Lothian to give Craig Hoy his support to be the county’s next MP. Conservative Party Chairman James Cleverly MP visited Dunbar to meet local voters on the doorsteps, before attending a reception with over 60 local members of the East Lothian Conservative & Unionist Association in Haddington. Mr...

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Published by Sarah Russell on behalf East Lothian Conservative and Unionist Association, 4 Church Street, Haddington EH41 3EX