Gordon Lindhurst

MSP, Lothian

Lothian Conservative

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  • Scottish Parliament: Building Regulations (Fire Safety) 23 Nov 2017

    Building regulations and standards, completion certificates, temporary safety certificates—all of those phrases have been the talk of the toon in Edinburgh in recent days, as well as over the past 18 months. Even colleagues from other parts are likely to have heard about the new main stand at Tynecastle stadium and the concern, particularly among Hearts fans, that it be completed on...
  • Scottish Parliament: School Inspections 22 Nov 2017

    The general secretary of the Educational Institute of Scotland has raised concerns that a proposed introduction of a programme of young inspectors would be unacceptable because they would not have the skills to evaluate what was going on in schools. Does the Scottish Government support the proposal? If so, how would it ensure the quality of school inspections would not decline as a result?
  • Scottish Parliament: Sport and Leisure Sector (Barclay Review Recommendations) 15 Nov 2017

    I am pleased to bring to Parliament this debate on the important issue of the unimplemented aspects of the Barclay review, and I welcome all those who have come to hear the debate, including some councillors. The Cabinet Secretary for Finance and the Constitution, in spite of my persistent questioning, has not yet said whether the Government is committed to the unimplemented aspects of the...

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Conservative MSP for Lothian

Entered the Scottish Parliament on 7 May 2016 — Election

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