Jackie Baillie

MSP, Dumbarton

Dumbarton Labour

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  • Scottish Parliament: Burntisland Fabrications Ltd 16 Nov 2017

    2. I declare an interest as a member of the GMB trade union. The announcement earlier this week that Burntisland Fabrications Ltd, known as BiFab, is possibly going into administration is deeply worrying news for communities in Fife and the Isle of Lewis and for the wider Scottish economy. Some of the workers are here today and such is their commitment that they have been working without pay...
  • Scottish Parliament: Burntisland Fabrications Ltd 16 Nov 2017

    I very much thank John Swinney for the tone and content of his response. I hope that it reassures the thousands of workers whose jobs are at stake. The Scottish Government’s energy strategy prioritises renewables. It is an industry in which more work is expected and BiFab should be at the forefront of delivering that infrastructure. That is one of the key reasons why the Scottish...
  • Scottish Parliament: Burntisland Fabrications Ltd 16 Nov 2017

    I very much welcome the return of the First Minister from Germany, where she has been talking about climate change, particularly given that one of Scotland’s biggest sources of renewables jobs is facing administration. Members on these benches will support the Government in any way that we can in its efforts to secure the jobs that are at risk at BiFab and keep the work in Scotland. It...

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Labour MSP for Dumbarton

Entered the Scottish Parliament on 6 May 1999 — Election

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