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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

  • Press release: Support for Stroke Association

    Central Scotland MSP Monica Lennon has commended the work of the Stroke Association after meeting with representatives recently in the Scottish Parliament. Stroke is one of the most common killers in Scotland and a leading cause of disability, with nearly 10,000 strokes occurring each year. There are over 128,000 stroke survivors living in Scotland.  The…

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  • Statement: NHS Lanarkshire A&E departments

    Central Scotland MSP, Monica Lennon said: “The fact that NHS Lanarkshire, already in Code Black, has today urged people not to attend its three A&E departments is a loud and clear call for immediate action from the Scottish Government. “It is unacceptable that Lanarkshire residents are being told not to attend A&E unless life-threatening. “It…

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

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