Graeme Dey

Scottish National Party MSP for Angus South

Recent appearances

  • Scottish Parliament: Kilmarnock Football Club 150th Anniversary 7 Feb 2019

    Indeed, Presiding Officer—I will not take half an hour. I congratulate Willie Coffey on securing the debate and on making a smashing speech—one of a number that we have heard. As a supporter of a Scottish club that has been around for only 116 years, I acknowledge the achievement of Kilmarnock in reaching its 150th anniversary and for marking it by enjoying a season to remember— albeit...
  • Scottish Parliament: Kilmarnock Football Club 150th Anniversary 7 Feb 2019

    I absolutely agree with the member. The more that fans are involved in the running of their football clubs, the better. I congratulate Mr Coffey again on securing the debate, and I congratulate Kilmarnock FC on its 150th anniversary and wish it—almost—every success on and off the field in this historic season. 13:36 Meeting suspended. 14:00 On resuming—
  • Scottish Parliament: Parliamentary Bureau Motions 6 Feb 2019

    Over the past several weeks, business managers have discussed every aspect of the proposed committee at the Parliamentary Bureau and agreed the motion on behalf of their parties. A few moments ago, when I moved the motion, I of course did so on behalf of the bureau. However, speaking as the minister for parliamentary business, Presiding Officer, I want to acknowledge and welcome the...

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Scottish National Party MSP for Angus South

Entered the Scottish Parliament on 6 May 2011 — Election


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