Wednesday, 18 January 2017

Calling Glasgow

I've heard from several A4ES clients in Cllr Frank McAveety's Glasgow Shettleston ward and also from the Glasgow Southside constituency of Nicola Sturgeon, Scotland's First Minister - my thanks to everyone who has responded up until now.

I am still looking for a few more volunteers, for reasons I can't explain via the blog site at the moment, although all will be revealed soon.

I can assure readers that nothing sinister is involved other than the ongoing campaign to hold Glasgow City Council to account over equal pay.

Let's hear it from you Glasgow - the only information I need from people at this stage is:

1 Your full name and post code
2 Jour job title
3 Your email address 
4 Your contact phone number
5 A commitment to support the Glasgow campaign via Twitter and Facebook

So drop me an email at the following address: 


Glasgow City Council Update

I have heard from the first A4ES equal pay claimants in the local electoral ward and constituency of Glasgow City Council leader Frank McAveety and First Minister/MSP Nicola Sturgeon.

But I could to with some more volunteers, preferably in a variety of different council jobs as this will have maximum effect.

So spread the word amongst friends and co-workers in Glasgow City Council on Twitter and Facebook because the more people who get involved the sooner this will all be over.

Remember the old saying - many hands make light work!


Glasgow City Council Update (09/12/16)

A4ES clients in Glasgow have a crucial role to play in persuading the City Council to live up to its obligations over equal pay.

I am keen to make contact with A4ES clients in Glasgow who have Cllr. Frank McAveety as their local councillor and Nicola Sturgeon as their local MSP.

Frank McAveety is a Labour councillor in the city's Shettleston ward and the current Council Leader; Nicola Sturgeon is the Member of the Scottish Parliament (MSP) for Glasgow Southside and also Scotland's First Minister .

A4ES clients can check if they live within the Shettleston ward or Glasgow Southside constituency by visiting one of the following links:

Glasgow City Council link

Scottish Parliament link

If any A4ES clients living in these two areas get in touch, I'll explain what I have in mind: