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Harley Davidson in the City Festival

The MP for Angus has applauded the organisers and volunteers of the upcoming Harley Davidson in the City Festival at Brechin.

In recent years, the event has grown to become a key weekend in the Angus Calendar, which last year saw 18,000 visitors travel to Brechin

Cervical Cancer Screenings

Fewer Tayside women at risk of cervical cancer are going on to have potentially life-saving treatment, according to new figures.

This was despite the fact more screenings took place (30,435) than the 27,962 in 2017/18.

Scottish National Art Treasure Hunt

The MP for Angus has backed a local campaign to highlight the creativity of young people in the area.

Youth Link Scotland’s CashBack for Communities scheme channels proceeds from criminal activity into communities.

National Lottery Awards

Lottery grants to two Angus groups worth more than £14,000 have been welcomed by the local MP.

National Lottery Awards For All Scotland grants between £300 and £10,000 to projects that aim to help improve communities and the lives of people most in need. 

One Inspirational SME from Angus profiled by London Stock Exchange Group

Angus MP Kirstene Hair has congratulated a local firm has been featured by the London Stock Exchange as one of the companies to ‘inspire Britain’ in 2019.

The publication profiles the 1,000 most dynamic and fastest-growing small and medium enterprises (SMEs) across the whole country.

Home Office: Salary Threashold for Migrants

Angus MP Kirstene Hair has welcomed an announcement from the Home Secretary the £30,000 salary threshold for migrant workers post-Brexit is to be reviewed.

Natasha's Law

Angus MP Kirstene Hair has urged the SNP government to follow the UK’s lead by introducing ‘Natasha’s Law’ on food allergy labelling.

Under the new UK legislation, food businesses will have to include full ingredients labelling on all pre-packaged food.