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Private Member's Bill Ballot

Scottish Conservative MP Kirstene Hair has been selected in a Private Members’ Bill ballot of 400 MPs.

This means the politician, who represents the Angus region, will be able to choose a date to introduce legislation – in the form of a Private Members’ Bill – to the House of Commons. 

Launch of the Carers Policy Forum

The Scottish Conservatives have launched a review group to help develop ideas to help the country’s hundreds of thousands of carers.

PMQs - Improving Rural Connectivity

Boosting mobile phone connectivity in Angus remains a “top priority” for the UK Government, according to the Prime Minister.

Scottish Conservative MP Kirstene Hair has campaigned for better digital connectivity across her constituency since being elected in 2017.

Barclay's Withdrawal of Services

Angus MP Kirstene Hair has slammed a UK bank’s decision to stop offering Post Office cash withdrawals.

Tens of thousands of UK customers will be denied vital access to cash at local counters from January.

Office for Veteran's Affairs

The UK Government has this week announced the creation of a new Office for Veterans’ Affairs, backed up by £5 million of Government funding and lead by Colonel David Richmond CBE.

The Prime Minister’s Brexit Deal

Dear constituent, 

 

Tomorrow, Parliament will vote on the Prime Minister’s new Brexit deal. I will be voting for that deal.

 

Sepsis Diagnosis

Sepsis sufferers could miss out on life-saving treatment if Scotland doesn’t explore technology being used in England, according to Angus MP Kirstene Hair.

The blood poisoning is thought to kill about 50,000 people a year in the UK.

UK Parliament Week

Angus MP Kirstene Hair is inviting constituents to get involved in UK Parliament Week and “have your say” on the issues that matter to them most.

Police Mental Health Pressures

Police across Scotland are dealing with a surge in mental health incidents, new figures obtained by the Scottish Conservatives have shown.

Statistics released following a Freedom of Information (FOI) request have shown a 15% increase across all area commands in the last two years.