Bob Doris

MSP, Glasgow Maryhill and Springburn

Glasgow Maryhill and Springburn Scottish National Party

Recent appearances

  • Scottish Parliament: Social Security Charter 2 Oct 2018

    I am convener of the Social Security Committee in the Scottish Parliament. I succeeded Clare Adamson MSP in that role, and I pay tribute to her work as convener and to the work of the committee. I know that there have been a number of changes in recent weeks. Yesterday, our committee visited Dundee. We visited, and had important meetings with, the DWP’s Jobcentre Plus and...
  • Scottish Parliament: Social Security 26 Sep 2018

    Assessments for PIP and employment and support allowance under the UK Government have had a negative and distressing effect on my constituents. Will the cabinet secretary set out the next steps that the Scottish Government will take to ensure that the new Scottish system gets that right for people? Importantly, will she provide assurance that disabled people and the disability expert group...
  • Scottish Parliament: Violence Reduction 20 Sep 2018

    I thoroughly appreciated Ash Denham’s speech, and I welcome her to her post. It is a fact that the level of crime is down. Violent crime, in particular, is down dramatically, and that has been the case over a long period of time. The trend began in the final few years of the previous Labour-Liberal Democrat Executive, and it has been progressively built on by our current SNP Scottish...

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Scottish National Party MSP for Glasgow Maryhill and Springburn

Entered the Scottish Parliament on 3 May 2007 — Election

Also represented Glasgow

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