Welcome to the website of Argyll & Bute Scottish Conservative & Unionist Association.

Here you will find news and information about our MSPs, Donald Cameron & Maurice Corry, and our MEP, Dr Ian Duncan.


You can also read about our Conservative & Unionist Councillors and our Council candidates.  And, if you're looking for news and events for Argyll & Bute Conservatives, you're at the right place.

If you would like to see the latest news from the Scottish Conservatives, click here.

We want to know what you think about issues in Argyll & Bute and how you think we can bring about change for the benefit of everyone who lives here, whether they are young or old, comfortably off or struggling, surrounded by their family or living alone.

Finally, whether you are a member, or merely a supporter, if you have an e-mail address by which you would be happy for us to contact you, please drop us a line at abscua@btconnect.com.

Featured Story

Monday, 25 July, 2016
The First Minister has been accused of hiding behind the EU referendum vote in order to renew a separation drive for Scotland. In a speech today, Nicola Sturgeon set out five tests she said had to be met to ensure Scotland’s place in Europe. If they are not, she added, it could be cause for another referendum on independence. Among the “key tests” were solidarity, economic interests and social protection. However, the Scottish Conservatives have said she knows fine well that the SNP will conclude these targets haven’t been met regardless, and that nationalists would never reach any other conclusion than the need for another separation vote...

Local & Holyrood News

Friday, 22 July, 2016
Scottish Conservative rural economy spokesman Peter Chapman has sought clarification from the Scottish Government on when CAP payments will be...
Monday, 18 July, 2016
Sandy MacPherson, Chairman of Argyll & Bute Scottish Conservative & Unionist Association highlights how you can get involved with...
Thursday, 14 July, 2016
Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson met both David Cameron and Theresa May in Downing Street for discussions on taking Scotland and the UK...
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