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Margaret Mitchell

Conservative MSP for Central Scotland

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Recent appearances

  • Scottish Parliament: Children (Scotland) Bill: Stage 1 27 May 2020

    As the convener of the Justice Committee, I am pleased to have the opportunity to speak in the stage 1 debate on the Children (Scotland) Bill and to thank all the organisations and individuals who gave evidence. Although the evidence taking pre-dated the pandemic, many of the issues in the bill, including the functioning of our family courts, access to child contact centres and arrangements...
  • Scottish Parliament: Scottish Biometrics Commissioner Bill: Stage 3 10 Mar 2020

    A mendment 7 replaces in full the amendment that I lodged at stage 2, which required the commissioner to put in place a procedure by which a person might make a complaint to the commissioner about the handling of their biometric data. My intention was to ensure that members of the public had the ability to complain directly to the commissioner if they believed that such data had not been...
  • Scottish Parliament: Scottish Biometrics Commissioner Bill: Stage 3 10 Mar 2020

    I welcome the cabinet secretary’s endorsement of the amendments, and I thank him and his officials for working collaboratively with me to improve them. I think that we all agree that there should be a clear process for individuals to complain about breaches of the code of practice that directly affect them. Happily, the amendments that I lodged do precisely that. Amendment 7 agreed to....

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Conservative MSP for Central Scotland

Entered the Scottish Parliament on 1 May 2003 — Election


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