Scottish Labour Deputy Leader Alex Rowley spent time this week answering questions and having a discussion with pupils of Queen Anne High School, Dunfermline.
As part of an ongoing programme whereby politicians of all parties speak and answer questions, Mr Rowley discussed issues ranging from poverty in Scotland, the USA elections, Brexit to LGBT rights. He was joined by local Councillors Bobby Cleland and Ian Ferguson and speaking afterwards, Mr Rowley said:
“Queen Anne High School are engaging with politicians of all parties and giving pupils the chance to put their questions to them. This can be a challenge for the politicians but is good for our democratic process. The school does brilliant work in so many areas of the curriculum and indeed the wider community and I was really proud to take part in the session.”