Gavin Brown

MSP, Lothian

Lothian Conservative

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  • Scottish Parliament: Budget Outturn 2013-14 26 Jun 2014

    I thank the cabinet secretary for advance sight of his statement. In comparing this year’s table to last year’s, I note that there appear to be significant increases in the cash underspends for education, justice, rural affairs and infrastructure. Will the cabinet secretary give us more details about why those underspends came about for those portfolios? On NPD, we certainly...
  • Scottish Parliament: City of Edinburgh Council (Portobello Park) Bill: Final Stage 26 Jun 2014

    I am grateful to the convener for her remarks and for their tone, and for the way in which the committee approached what I think was a difficult task. There was a range of evidence to look at and some complex issues for committee members to get their heads around, and there was a great degree of contention between the promoter of the bill and those who were, quite rightly in their view,...
  • Scottish Parliament: City of Edinburgh Council (Portobello Park) Bill: Final Stage 26 Jun 2014

    This has been a pretty constructive debate. I was struck by the contributions of a number of members. Fiona McLeod talked about her experience of previously chairing a private bill committee, although the National Trust for Scotland (Governance etc) Bill was perhaps a little less contentious than the City of Edinburgh Council (Portobello Park) Bill. Nonetheless, she has had experience of a...

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Conservative MSP for Lothian

Entered the Scottish Parliament on 3 May 2007 — Election

Left the Scottish Parliament on n/a — Still in office

Also represented Lothians

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