A message from Humza

Thank you for re-electing me as your Constituency MSP for Glasgow Pollok

I am delighted to have been re-elected by my constituents to represent the people of Glasgow Pollok in the Scottish Parliament. Whether you voted for me, you didn’t vote for me, or you didn’t vote at all – it is my job and privilege to support and recognise the needs of everyone in the Constituency.

I have gotten to know the Glasgow Pollok Constituency extremely well over the last 5 years as Constituency MSP and have made some great connections with local groups and individuals. Please do get in touch with me if you are a local group seeking to provide a beneficial service in the constituency to see how we can work together for the people of Pollok.

I am proud to have been part of an SNP Government that has prioritised affordable homes, protecting the NHS, and closing the education attainment gap.

It will be no surprise to anyone that as a member of the SNP, I wholeheartedly support independence for Scotland. As we recover from the effects of the pandemic, we have an opportunity to build a more socially just Scotland. In order to achieve this, we need all the powers of a normal independent nation.

If there is something I can help you with and you would like to contact me then please use the contact details on my website.

Thanks for visiting my page.

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I’ve Moved Down The Road!

My Constituency team and I have moved offices from Paisley Road West to our new location in the Govan Fairfield Heritage Centre. I am pleased to announce that we are now OPEN to the public by appointment only between 10am-4pm on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.

I know that many constituents have missed that face-to-face connection with us, and I know my team and I feel the same. Most cases are able to be dealt with on the phone or via email, but sometimes meeting in person is the preferred and necessary option. If you’d like to arrange a meeting with myself and/or my team, then please contact the office on 0141 882 4647 or humza.yousaf.msp@parliament.scot to arrange a suitable time.

When visiting the office, we do have some health and safety measures in place. We kindly ask that you use the provided hand sanitiser and respect other people’s space.

Do let us know if we can do anything to make your visit to the office as comfortable and accessible as possible.

I absolutely respect that some people will feel more comfortable having a virtual meeting, so we will accommodate this where possible.

We look forwards to welcoming you soon!

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Just the most awful news. My thoughts and condolences to Barry Martin's loved ones and the whole @fire_scot family who will be grieving the loss of their friend and colleague.

A thank you to all of our emergency service workers who often confront danger to keep us safe. https://t.co/0IvHIT0s2r
Our health service continues to be under tremendous pressure, however through the incredible efforts of our staff we have seen further improvements in our A&E performance. Both 8 & 12 hour waits reduced by around 40% since the recent peak. Grateful to all NHS & social care staff.

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Today is a national day of reflection to remember the millions of people murdered in the Holocaust, under Nazi Persecution, and in the subsequent genocides.

We must keep ourselves and future generations educated about what happened, and never forget those who were stripped of their freedoms, rights, property and lives because of who they were.

I, and my colleagues in Government, will continue to stand against prejudice and hatred in all aspects of life.

#HolocaustRemembranceDay #WeRemember
Humza Yousaf
Humza Yousaf
Delighted GMB, RCM & RCN who were in dispute with ScotGovt around 22/23 pay deal have agreed to pause industrial action, after constructive talks yday. We've collectively agreed to pace around next year's pay deal, I have offered to meet next week to get discussions underway.

Positive way forward has only been possible due to both sides willingness to engage & where necessary compromise. None of us want to see industrial action, and all of us do want to see our NHS staff fairly rewarded. In that spirit we will get 23/24 talks underway without delay.

This is in stark contrast to the UK Government who this week introduced draconian anti-trade union legislation, which we strongly oppose. I would urge the UK Govt to follow Scotland's example and engage in meaningful dialogue with trade unions, and offer them a fair pay deal.

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