Ian McKee

Former Scottish National Party MSP for Lothians

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11th May to 2nd June 2020

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2nd to 9th June 2020

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10th June 2020 onwards

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Recent appearances

  • Scottish Parliament: Chronic Pain Services 17 Mar 2011

    I congratulate Mary Scanlon on obtaining this members’ business debate. It is, perhaps, the last time that I will be able to contribute to parliamentary proceedings. It is no secret that I have sometimes disagreed with Mary Scanlon’s views, but no one can doubt her record as a doughty campaigner for the causes that are dear to her heart. The treatment—often, alas, lack of treatment—of...
  • Scottish Parliament: Chronic Pain Services 17 Mar 2011

    Knowledge of the problem that faces us can never be ignored. Therefore, an audit of chronic pain and other conditions is desirable. Although I do not know offhand the number of Scottish patients involved, the figures in the motion regarding costs and so on imply that they constitute a tiny percentage of the 20 per cent who experience severe chronic pain in Scotland. If that is so, the...
  • Scottish Parliament: Hospital Consultants Pay Structure 17 Mar 2011

    5. To ask the Scottish Government what progress is being made in reforming the pay structure of national health service hospital consultants. (S3O-13319)

More of Ian McKee’s recent appearances


Former Scottish National Party MSP for Lothians

Entered the Scottish Parliament on 3 May 2007 — Election

Left the Scottish Parliament on 23 March 2011 — Election

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