Whisky Tariffs could hit local communities

Highlands and Islands MSP Donald Cameron said:

“I am alarmed that a trade dispute, not of our making, could hit communities in places like Islay very hard.

Visible and accessible all year round

Despite the wet weather I was out and about in Port Charlotte, Portnahaven and Port Wemyss today speaking to my constituents, checking up on pothole repairs and many other pressing issues while putting out the latest Scottish Conservative leaflet.

£25m Growth Deal for Argyll and Bute

The Argyll & Bute Growth Deal is the next step towards completing the UK Government's ambitious City and Growth deals programme in Scotland.

Strengthening the Scottish economy is a key priority for the UK Government.

Help for local businesses


Free training is available for local businesses in everything from book keeping to social media and video production.

Argyll & Bute Council’s Business Gateway Service delivers training designed to help businesses start-up and grow.

MSP to question ministers over loss of Islay flights

Highlands and Islands MSP Donald Cameron is to question the Scottish Government about the loss of Islay’s scheduled air service to Edinburgh. Mr Cameron has pledged to act after Loganair took the decision to cut the route less than six months after inaugurating the service.