Land care group to spend 8m on environment projects

L카지노 사이트and care group to spend 8m on environment projects The group is to spend up to 8m sterling (£7,200) on green schemes across Scotland over the next three years. It comes after the Scottish Conservatives said they want the SNP to change course and commit to scrapping the controversial tax credits, w바카라hich give the poorest households a windfall of up to £4,400 extra a year if their family earn less than £17,800 a year. iphone 8 plus hoesjes The Liberal Democrats will also insist the tax credits are not enough, with former ministers Caroline Lucas, Angus Robertson and John Leech pledging they will work with the party. custodia cover iphone Labour’s Scottish deputy leader John Lamont said: “The SNP need to say they are serious about the environment. iphone hoesjes They are now in charge of Scottish greenfield projects. That means protecting the environment. iphone 8 hoesjes “The SNP’s budget has failed our people, and it needs to be stopped. The SNP need to stop taking money from clean energy and put that instead in Scotland’s pockets.” A Scottish Green Party spokeswoman said: “Despite spending a billion pounds on tax credits for the poorest families, their local councils are spending just £1.3m on a green scheme and this puts at risk jobs and investment.” The Scottish Conservative leader, Ruth Davidson, said her party would support any policy to help improve Britain’s green infrastructure. iphone 7 plus hoesjes Speaking in Glasgow after her party announced it would table its £8.9bn renewable energy and carbon pricing scheme, she said: “Our commitment in Scotland will be a £1bn cap on carbon pollution from our electricity and heating sector by 2020.

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