MPs in constituencies matching glasgow

Alison Thewliss

Scottish National Party MP for Glasgow Central (8 May 2015 – current)

David Linden

Scottish National Party MP for Glasgow East (9 Jun 2017 – current)

Patrick Grady

Scottish National Party MP for Glasgow North (8 May 2015 – current)

Anne McLaughlin

Scottish National Party MP for Glasgow North East (8 May 2015 – current)

Carol Monaghan

Scottish National Party MP for Glasgow North West (8 May 2015 – current)

Stewart McDonald

Scottish National Party MP for Glasgow South (8 May 2015 – current)

Chris Stephens

Scottish National Party MP for Glasgow South West (8 May 2015 – current)

People matching glasgow

the Earl of Glasgow

Liberal Democrat Peer (25 Jan 2005 – current)


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Horn of Africa: Famine - Question for Short Debate (7 Feb 2023)

Lord Goldsmith of Richmond Park: ...and having used it to leverage generous commitments from other donor countries. Without it, we would not have secured the kind of increase in finance commitments that we have seen at and since Glasgow, so it is really essential. It is not just about reputational issues. As the noble Lord, Lord Collins, said, climate change is not an academic discussion point for the countries that we are...

Levelling-up Fund Round 2: Bidding Process (7 Feb 2023)

Anne McLaughlin: ...has come in at the last minute and said, “If you have had round 1 funding, you are not getting round 2 funding.” I just want her to answer my question: is she going to cover the £500,000 that Glasgow City Council has had to pay to do this when there was absolutely zero point? Where is that money supposed to come from? I do not think it should come from the people of Glasgow.

Seafarers’ Wages Bill [Lords]: Clause 18 - General interpretation (7 Feb 2023)

Gavin Newlands: ...on the Back Benches. I also thank Nautilus, the RMT, Eurotunnel, the Law Society of Scotland, the TUC and the STUC for their assistance with briefings. I thank my hon. Friend the Member for Glasgow East (David Linden), who I have suffered greatly—sorry, who has helped me greatly during the Bill’s passage. I thank Labour colleagues on the Bill Committee and, indeed, the Minister, who...

Seafarers’ Wages Bill [Lords]: New Clause 3 - Provision of information by harbour authorities (7 Feb 2023)

Richard Holden: ...) and for Paisley and Renfrewshire North (Gavin Newlands) for their comments on unlimited fines and seafarer welfare. I appreciate their views on wanting things to go further. The hon. Member for Glasgow East (David Linden) raised Mr Hebblethwaite, as did other hon. Members. I have to agree with their comments about the man as an individual. However, we hope that the unlimited fines...

Cammell Laird Workers Imprisoned in 1984 — [Sir Christopher Chope in the Chair] (7 Feb 2023)

Gareth Thomas: ...Jim Shannon) and my hon. Friend the Member for Wirral South (Alison McGovern). I am grateful for their support and knowledge. I am also grateful for the Front-Bench speeches. The hon. Member for Glasgow South West (Chris Stephens) was clear in his support for the release of documents. I am particularly grateful to my hon. Friend the Member for Stockton North (Alex Cunningham) for...

Saving for Later Life — [Stewart Hosie in the Chair] (7 Feb 2023)

Stephen Timms: ...on that subject. I hope she is able to secure the cross-Government agreement she needs to deliver that. The hon. Members for Amber Valley (Nigel Mills), for North Norfolk (Duncan Baker) and for Glasgow East (David Linden) all talked about the case for at least trying out automatic enrolment into an appointment with Pension Wise. As we have heard, it is an excellent service. The feedback...

Scottish Parliament: Levelling Up Fund (7 Feb 2023)

Richard Lochhead: ...think to tell the local authorities, which had invested time and effort in creating bids that were not even going to be considered. That lack of respect is astounding. Susan Aitken, the leader of Glasgow City Council, confirmed in an article published in The Herald that “bidders were not told about this in advance, resulting in huge expense to work up the detailed and labour intensive...

Scottish Parliament: Teacher Numbers (7 Feb 2023)

Martin Whitfield: ...a definition of school support staff, or are we now talking about pupil support staff? What date will the baseline be taken from? A significant number of questions arise, but I simply ask whether Glasgow will be allowed to cut the school week.

Scottish Parliament: Social Security Programme Business Case (7 Feb 2023)

Ben Macpherson: ...system, on average about 185,000 people received that benefit, whereas the Scottish Government’s winter heating payment is projected to support around 415,000 people, including many people in Glasgow who often would not have received cold weather payments at all?

Social Security and Pensions (6 Feb 2023)

Guy Opperman: ...—to whom I obviously bow on all matters—and I cannot change his policies in any way at the Dispatch Box. If my hon. Friend can wait, he will know more on 15 March. The hon. Member for Glasgow East (David Linden) accused this Government of policy failures. Given the failings of the Scottish First Minister, and her recent about-turns, I do not think that the hon. Gentleman is any...

Social Security and Pensions (6 Feb 2023)

Guy Opperman: ...—to whom I obviously bow on all matters—and I cannot change his policies in any way at the Dispatch Box. If my hon. Friend can wait, he will know more on 15 March. The hon. Member for Glasgow East (David Linden) accused this Government of policy failures. Given the failings of the Scottish First Minister, and her recent about-turns, I do not think that the hon. Gentleman is any...

Prepayment Meters: Ofgem Decision (6 Feb 2023)

Graham Stuart: ...match charges to the actual cost of serving a customer. That was the principle established under the last Labour Government, and it subsists today, but I tend to agree with the hon. Member for Glasgow North East (Anne McLaughlin) that we need to look at this again. That is why we are looking at a reformed system for the treatment of vulnerable customers from April 2024.

Prepayment Meters: Ofgem Decision (6 Feb 2023)

Graham Stuart: ...match charges to the actual cost of serving a customer. That was the principle established under the last Labour Government, and it subsists today, but I tend to agree with the hon. Member for Glasgow North East (Anne McLaughlin) that we need to look at this again. That is why we are looking at a reformed system for the treatment of vulnerable customers from April 2024.

Environmental Improvement Plan 2023 - Statement (6 Feb 2023)

...world, and that is why we are putting nature top of the international agenda as well. We brought nature into the heart of our collective response to climate change under our presidency of COP 26 in Glasgow. At COP 27 the Prime Minister said that ‘there is no solution to climate change without protecting and restoring nature’. The House may have heard me extol the marvel of mangroves as...

Home Department: Refugees: Accommodation (6 Feb 2023)

Alison Thewliss: Home Office accommodation provider Mears has made significant profits providing substandard facilities for asylum seekers. Community InfoSource in Glasgow has found that Mears’ practices are retraumatising and causing unnecessary stress and suffering. Mears is now back to using hotels such as the Muthu in Erskine, which the Park Inn incident in Glasgow proved to be entirely unsuitable for...

Home Department: Topical Questions (6 Feb 2023)

Patrick Grady: .... That is not the right way to come to the United Kingdom and they are not welcome.”—[Official Report, 14 December 2022; Vol. 724, c. 1123.] When I meet with asylum seekers and refugees in Glasgow North next week, if it transpires that some of them have come to the United Kingdom on small boats or in the backs of lorries, at what point in the meeting should I tell them that the Home...

Home Department: Refugees: Accommodation (6 Feb 2023)

Alison Thewliss: Home Office accommodation provider Mears has made significant profits providing substandard facilities for asylum seekers. Community InfoSource in Glasgow has found that Mears’ practices are retraumatising and causing unnecessary stress and suffering. Mears is now back to using hotels such as the Muthu in Erskine, which the Park Inn incident in Glasgow proved to be entirely unsuitable for...

Home Department: Topical Questions (6 Feb 2023)

Patrick Grady: .... That is not the right way to come to the United Kingdom and they are not welcome.”—[Official Report, 14 December 2022; Vol. 724, c. 1123.] When I meet with asylum seekers and refugees in Glasgow North next week, if it transpires that some of them have come to the United Kingdom on small boats or in the backs of lorries, at what point in the meeting should I tell them that the Home...

Business of the House (2 Feb 2023)

Margaret Ferrier: My constituent Sophia Martin from Cambuslang, who plays for Glasgow City FC, is believed to be the youngest female player to sign a three-year professional contract, having just turned 16. Sophia has already impressed with her performance, hard work and commitment, and I wish her well. Will the Leader of the House join me in congratulating Sophia on her achievement, and can we have a debate...

Business of the House (2 Feb 2023)

Margaret Ferrier: My constituent Sophia Martin from Cambuslang, who plays for Glasgow City FC, is believed to be the youngest female player to sign a three-year professional contract, having just turned 16. Sophia has already impressed with her performance, hard work and commitment, and I wish her well. Will the Leader of the House join me in congratulating Sophia on her achievement, and can we have a debate...


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