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I am pleased to close the debate on behalf of the Scottish Conservatives. Many of my colleagues in the chamber have raised numerous critical points concerning the committee report’s findings, which I will come back to at the end of my speech. The Scottish Conservatives recognise the importance of Scotland having an overseas presence. However, that is only true if that does not jeopardise...
The independence agenda will do that, because we need to work together. We will achieve more if the two Governments work together than if we have a separate agenda for independence. The Scottish Government must also recognise the significance of being part of the UK on the global stage. The UK benefits from having seats in every major multinational organisation including NATO, the World Bank,...
I want to make some progress. If the Scottish Government is as ambitious as it claims to be in its new international framework, it should do everything in its power to follow the lead of the UK. The UK was the first country in the G7 to legislate for net zero emissions. The FCDO takes advantage of the UK’s combined wealth and power to implement a wide range of humanitarian programmes around...
Conservative MSP for South Scotland
Entered the Scottish Parliament on 8 May 2021 — Election
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