History & PoliciesLatest News

https://craigforeastlothian.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/IMG_0566-1280x720.jpg

Scottish Conservative and Unionist candidate Craig Hoy has strongly backed leader Douglas Ross’s plans to “Power up Scotland” and kick-start the economy in Lothians and the South of Scotland. The move came as Mr Hoy welcomed UK Work and Pensions Minister Guy Opperman to East Lothian where the duo visited local business to see how they are investing in...

Screen Shot 2020-07-05 at 19.00.06

Scottish Conservative Candidate Craig Hoy has welcomed the Chancellor’s summer statement after spending the week visiting East Lothian businesses. As the Chancellor made his statement, Craig was out and about in East Lothian to hear first-hand the concerns of business owners as they set about their reopening plans. With the Chancellor having announced an £800 million...

https://craigforeastlothian.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Screen-Shot-2020-04-07-at-14.03.57.png

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...

https://craigforeastlothian.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/Screen-Shot-2019-11-24-at-22.47.32.png

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...

https://craigforeastlothian.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/Scottish_Conservative_Party_logo-e1566646667267.png
Published by Sarah Russell on behalf East Lothian Conservative and Unionist Association, 4 Church Street, Haddington EH41 3EX