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Margaret McCulloch

Former Labour MSP for Central Scotland

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Recent appearances

  • Scottish Parliament: Fracking (Central Scotland) 17 Mar 2016

    3. To ask the Scottish Government what impact fracking would have on Central Scotland. (S4O-05678)
  • Scottish Parliament: Fracking (Central Scotland) 17 Mar 2016

    Even with the moratorium in place, people across Central Scotland are concerned about the impact of fracking and want to know that their leaders will fight against it, but Jim Ratcliffe of Ineos has reportedly received assurances that the Scottish National Party Government is not against fracking at all. He says that the Government “are being quite clear. What they’ve said to us is...
  • Scottish Parliament: HM Revenue and Customs (Centralisation) 10 Feb 2016

    1. To ask the Scottish Government what the impact would be on Scotland’s economy of the proposed centralisation of HM Revenue and Customs offices. (S4O-05534)

More of Margaret McCulloch’s recent appearances


Former Labour MSP for Central Scotland

Entered the Scottish Parliament on 6 May 2011 — Election

Left the Scottish Parliament on 23 March 2016 — Election


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