Re-Elect Cllr Peter Johnston
“It is my privilege to serve as an elected member for Livingston. If you have a problem then I am here to help you. There is no issue too big, or too small , and I will do my level best to be of assistance. I am committed, with my SNP colleagues, to working to deliver a better, fairer and more equal community and to empowering our community to design and shape the services our council provides.”
"The story of Wallace poured a Scottish prejudice in my veins which will boil along there till the flood-gates of life shut in eternal rest."
I can remember as a 5 year child being in the back of my dad’s car as we drove past Stirling on a family outing. My mum pointed out the window and said: "There is the Wallace Monument son".
I don’t know what response she was expecting, but not the one she got I suspect.
As a young Dundonian the only Wallace I knew was the local baker whose fame was earned by his excellent "pehs". So I answered,
"Eh didnae think his pehs were that guid".
It seemed my parents found my total ignorance of Scottish history highly amusing but thankfully this was sorted by my amazing Irish schoolteacher, Miss Lyons, and by the age of ten I knew all about Wallace and Bruce, Bonnie Dundee, Charles Edward Stuart and Montrose and, although I didn’t know it at the time, I was a nationalist!
Anne & Ian Leslie, Winchburgh
John Canning, Livingston
Angela Reilly, Livingston
Amanda Young, Livingston
1 Dec 2014Peter Johnston, as Leader of West Lothian Council, made a crucial intervention during a stormy period in the history of Livingston Football Club. With the club on the brink of extinction Peter’s actions helped the club survive and go on to win back to back championships and promotion to the First Division.
8 Apr 2016speech to council
8 Apr 2016the removal of the Labour pledge to pay £100 rebate