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Donald Cameron

Conservative MSP for Highlands and Islands

@DAJCameron

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  • Scottish Parliament: Fisheries Negotiations 19 Nov 2019

    I am delighted to close the debate for the Scottish Conservatives. In fact, this is my third year of closing the debate, and nostalgia is already creeping in. I have fond memories of Tavish Scott, Stewart Stevenson and even the cabinet secretary jousting over the finer details of various quotas and species. Long may that continue. I listened to Richard Lyle’s historical diatribe, which was,...
  • Scottish Parliament: Fisheries Negotiations 19 Nov 2019

    I will not. I am sorry, but I have a lot of ground to cover. The deal will ensure continuity during the transition period, and it will also ensure a smooth and orderly move to a new arrangement. The cabinet secretary said many times that the withdrawal agreement does not mention fisheries. I was surprised by that. Is it seriously his contention that exiting the EU does not also mean exiting...
  • Scottish Parliament: Fisheries Negotiations 19 Nov 2019

    I will carry on for a second. Article 130 of the withdrawal agreement deals with arrangements specifically relating to fisheries. As we know, the withdrawal agreement must be read in tandem with the political declaration, which notes, at paragraph 71, that “the United Kingdom will be an independent coastal state.” That is the interpretation of both the UK and the EU. It is there in black...

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Conservative MSP for Highlands and Islands

Entered the Scottish Parliament on 7 May 2016 — Election

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