The latest video is our series has been released today. It features SNP candidate Stuart McMillan visiting our Greenock Drug & Alcohol Floating Support Service. Two of the service users, Shaun and Glen ask him about alcohol advertising and about support services for people in recovery. You can watch the video at http://www.salvationarmy.org.uk/asking-questions-matter-scottish-election-2016
The webpage has links to the previous two videos, which show Scottish Labour Leader Kezia Dugdale visiting The Pleasance Lifehouse in Edinburgh and Scottish Liberal Democrat Leader Willie Rennie visiting Eagle Lodge Older People's Care Home in Leith.
There's also a brief overview of all the parties' views and a downloadable Salvation Army policy briefing.
The remaining videos will be released on the next two Fridays and show the Scottish Conservative Justice Spokesperson, Margaret Mitchell, at the Employability and Training Centre in Falkirk, and the Scottish Green Party Co-Convenor, Maggie Chapman, at the Edinburgh Gorgie Debt Advice Centre and Foodbank.
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