MSP, Highlands and Islands
I will certainly endeavour to do so, Presiding Officer. I welcome the detailed and insightful report prepared by the Local Government and Communities Committee, and I pay tribute to the work of the members and the clerking team. It is clear that many debates in this Parliament inspire passion from all sides—that is only to be expected in a Parliament as a normal part of parliamentary...
Migration is an issue that cuts across a great deal of the work that we do in this chamber. Our population trends dictate how we deliver public services, whether communities are sustainable and how we plan for the future. Migration into Scotland has been a force for good for much of our history. Individuals and communities have come from across the world and made Scotland their home, adding...
I would like to get on, if that is okay with Mr Rennie. The UK will always welcome skilled migrants who want to come here to work, study, learn and contribute to our national life, and that principle is already embedded in our immigration system. However, it is likely that changes will have to be made to reflect the interests of all parts of the UK. There are a number of specific concerns....
Conservative MSP for Highlands and Islands
Entered the Scottish Parliament on 20 June 2017 — appointed
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