Scottish Labour’s election manifesto is expected to spell out how it can eradicate youth unemployment.
Leader Iain Gray will present Labour’s pledges ahead of the 5 May poll.
Before the Clydebank College launch, Mr Gray said: “For Labour, the key issue in this election is jobs and particularly for our young people.” He added that his party had a manifesto which planned to get Scotland working again and would end the joblessness suffered by young people.
Labour will be the third of the four main parties in Scotland to publish its manifesto since the election campaign began on 23 March.
The manifesto is expected to outline how the party will prioritise the creation of green jobs in renewable technologies and introduce a new Scottish living wage of 7.15 an hour, piloted in the public sec…