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One of the most sinister proposals announced at the Tory conference was from Westminster Home Secretary Amber Rudd, who outlined plans for registers of foreign workers in the UK, requiring firms to disclose what percentage of their workforce is “British”.

Green MSP Ross Greer won support from the First Minister to back Scottish businesses who refuse to comply with the Tories’ racist registers.

Now we need your help. We think Scottish businesses will say no to the racist registers. Let's show them our support.

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Latest Campaign Updates

Our position paper on Brexit outlines risks to human rights, democracy and devolution

Tue 3 Oct, 2017

The Scottish Greens today (3 Oct) published a position paper on Brexit, outlining the risks to human rights, democracy and devolution from the UK Government's Hard Brexit.

The paper - Preparing for Impact  - also lays down challenges to the Scottish Government over its use of devolved powers, and its approach to the living wage and environmental justice.

Greens slam leaked Home Office paper on EU nationals

Wed 6 Sep, 2017

The “angry, isolated” nature of Tory Brexit is starting to seep out of the UK government says a Green MSP, after a plan to deter EU immigrants and fingerprint those arriving was leaked from the Home Office.

The paper reveals a harsh and arbitrary post-Brexit migration framework that includes the definition of “family” as being restricted to only direct family members, for newly arrived EU nationals to provide sensitive biometric data, including fingerprints and that immigrants must meet minimum income thresholds which are steadily higher if they have a spouse or children.

Harvie demands public sector pay cap is lifted

Thu 29 Jun, 2017

Teachers, nurses and public sector workers “earning an average full time wage or less” must receive at least an above-inflation pay rise says Patrick Harvie MSP.

The Green co-convener challenged the finance secretary at Holyrood today (29 June) to reveal discussions the Scottish Government has had “with unions regarding the future of its public sector pay policy” and to commit to lift the public sector pay cap and introduce “an above-inflation pay rise”.

Glasgow MSP, Patrick Harvie said:

Securing the Rights of EU Citizens

Ross Greer MSP Wed 28 Jun, 2017

The UK Government has now published further details to its announcement on the rights of EU citizens after Brexit. I had posed 8 immediate questions that needed to be answered by this further announcement. The details published today provide some answers to my questions.

Greer says announcement by Prime Minister on EU citizens living in the UK is "mean-spirited"

Mon 26 Jun, 2017

Ross Greer MSP, External Affairs spokesperson for the Scottish Greens, said today's announcement by the Prime Minister on EU citizens living in the UK is "mean-spirited".

Under the plan, EU nationals who have lived in the UK for five years will be granted "settled status". Those who come after a yet-to-be-agreed cut-off date will be given two years to "regularise their status".

Ross Greer MSP said: