Wednesday, 29 May 2013

Motion submitted to Scottish Parliament

MOTION S4M-06732: Neil Findlay, Lothian, Scottish Labour, Date Lodged: 23/05/2013

Wishing Anti-blacklisting Campaigner George Tapp a Speedy Recovery.

'That the Parliament is both shocked and appalled by the news that the anti-blacklisting campaigner, George Tapp, was allegedly run-over deliberately during a demonstration against blacklisting outside a Manchester building site; notes George’s lifelong work in labour and trade union movement and wishes him a speedy recovery; hopes that he can fulfil his commitment to see justice delivered for blacklisted construction workers, and looks forward to the perpetrator of the alleged hit-and-run incident being brought to justice.'

Supported by: Drew Smith, John Finnie, Jackie Baillie, Mary Fee, Patricia Ferguson, Richard Lyle, Elaine Smith, Hugh Henry, Margaret McDougall, Jean Urquhart

Get well soon cards to:
George Tapp
Ward B4
Salford Royal Hospital,
Stott Lane,
M6 8HD

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