Marco Biagi

Former Scottish National Party MSP for Edinburgh Central

@MarcoGBiagi

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Former Scottish National Party MSP for Edinburgh Central

Entered the Scottish Parliament on 6 May 2011 — Election

Left the Scottish Parliament on 23 March 2016 — Election

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Recent appearances

  • Scottish Parliament: Support to Communities (Highlands and Islands) 23 Mar 2016

    The Scottish Government and its public sector partners continue to make significant investment in our communities, including the Highlands and Islands. For example, yesterday we announced a £315 million Inverness and Highland city region deal, including a Scottish Government commitment of up to £135 million over 10 years. The deal, which also includes up to £53 million from the United...
  • Scottish Parliament: Support to Communities (Highlands and Islands) 23 Mar 2016

    Highland Council is receiving £439 million from the Scottish Government and as my colleague the cabinet secretary has already said, the overall reduction nationally for local government is 1 per cent when the figures for health and social care are taken into account. That money is going towards achieving the living wage for health and social care staff and a further freeze on council tax...
  • Scottish Parliament: Community Councils (Strengthening) 23 Mar 2016

    Although local authorities have statutory oversight of community councils, the Government has been working with the Convention of Scottish Local Authorities, the Improvement Service and Edinburgh Napier University to further enhance their role.

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