Scottish Youth Parliament chaos after resignations from young members over claims of bullying

Scottish Youth Parliament chaos after resignations from young members over claims of bullying
 

THE Scottish Youth Parliament are in crisis after resignations over claims of bullying.
A number of budding politicians have walked out in recent weeks including vice chairman Ewan McCall, 20, from Fife, and award-winning campaigner Osama Nadeem, 17, from Paisley.
Both claimed the organisation – funded with £421,285 of public cash a year – were not letting their members’ voices be heard.
Several other MSYPs have left after claims of bullying and “control freakery”.
A video has emerged of chair Terri Smith, 20, from Leith, in which she calls on the “haters to stop bullying”.
The film was a... read more

 
19 October 2016 in Regional, Views: 49
Source: Daily Record
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