Top politicians expected in Penilee to talk about the bedroom tax.
December 16, 2013 by Grace Franklin
Local MSPs Johann Lamont and Ruth Davidson are both expected to speak on the bedroom tax at a public meeting in Penilee on Monday 16 December.
Said Campaign organiser Theresa Stirling: ‘It is time for people to unite and challenge the nonsensical cuts being imposed on the most vulnerable in society. While the rich get richer the poor get poorer.’
Penilee campaigners are affiliated to the Scottish bedroom tax federation. Their meeting will be in Penilee Community Centre,Gleddoch Road, Penilee G52 at 6.30pm.and they forecast ‘an interesting debate’