Well-known Lochgelly campaigner James Glen has announced he is standing as an Independent candidate for Lochgelly, Cardenden and Benarty in May’s Fife Council election. 39-year-old Mr Glen, who has lived in Lochgelly all his life, believes councillors should put their communities above all else. Mr Glen said: “People are sick fed up of party politics and ...
A Freedom of Information request has revealed that a senior councillor did not act on his promises to two angry public meetings over the controversial Meedies visitor centre that Fife Council would carry out two investigations into the failings of the consultation process. Community activist James Glen, who is secretary of Loch of Shining Water, the ...
Universal (Unconditional) Basic Income event held at Kelty Centre to raise awareness of UBI and inform attendees of the pilot scheme currently being considered for Fife. You can view an archive of the livestream from the event at: https://livestream.com/IndependenceLive/kelty-basic-income Why Universal Basic Income should be piloted in Lochgelly, Cardenden & Benarty
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