Ross Finnie

Former Liberal Democrat MSP for West of Scotland

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Former Liberal Democrat MSP for West of Scotland

Entered the Scottish Parliament on 6 May 1999 — Election

Left the Scottish Parliament on 23 March 2011 — Election

Recent appearances

  • Scottish Parliament: Bus Services Regulation 17 Mar 2011

    The debate has been interesting. A number of strands have run through it, and a number of interesting speeches have been made. The debate started with Charlie Gordon’s long-held and robust views on the reregulation of transport, although that required to be redefined as the debate progressed. I worried for a moment that Jackson Carlaw was going to read to us passages from Margaret...
  • Scottish Parliament: Bus Services Regulation 17 Mar 2011

    Karen Gillon expressly made a point about the tax on fuel for bus companies. Stewart Stevenson declared his interest as a bus pass holder. I did not quite catch the next bit of what he said, but it is impossible for us not to believe that he will say in his memoirs that he was also a bus driver. Those of us who have listened to his extensive speeches in recent years will find it impossible...
  • Scottish Parliament: Local Electoral Administration (Scotland) Bill 16 Mar 2011

    Too much information.

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