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Find out more about Monica

Monica Lennon has been a Member of the Scottish Parliament since May 2016 and is a Scottish Labour and Scottish Co-op Party Member of the Scottish Parliament for Central Scotland region.

Monica delivered the world-leading Period Products Bill, working with trade unions and with campaigners and activists in communities all over Scotland and beyond. Monica studied Environmental planning at the University of Strathclyde. Before becoming an MSP, Monica worked as a town planner in public and private roles for over a decade, and was a local councillor in Hamilton, South Lanarkshire.

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Latest News

  • Call for urgent action to support NHS Lanarkshire

    Central Scotland MSP Monica Lennon has written to the Cabinet Secretary for Health and Social Care, Humza Yousaf MSP, demanding urgent action to support NHS Lanarkshire after the health board re-entered Code Black.   Scotland’s NHS follows a traffic light system indicating its levels of risk – green when health services are functioning, amber when functioning…


  • Visitors’ abuse of maternity staff needs zero tolerance approach

    Central Scotland MSP Monica Lennon has slammed reports of abuse towards maternity staff at the University Hospital Wishaw that has led to visiting restrictions, calling for a ‘zero tolerance’ approach.  NHS Lanarkshire announced on Monday, August 8 that restrictions on visiting times and increased security measures were being put in place at the maternity unit…


Monica Lennon
Member of the Scottish Parliament for Central Scotland
(Scottish Labour)

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