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Businesses continue to be ‘left behind’ by grant process

West of Scotland MSP Maurice Corry today expressed concerns firms in Argyll and Bute continue to be left behind by SNP grant schemes as new data reveals even more businesses have been left waiting on vital funding support.

Views sought on sentences for dog attacks

Highlands and Islands MSP Donald Cameron is urging local people to submit their views on proposals to strengthen penalties on dog-owners whose pets attack livestock.

SNP failing local councils

The SNP are failing councils as recent figures show that the cost of coronavirus to local authorities could hit more than £400 million.

Crime rate rises in Argyll and Bute

Highlands and Islands MSP Donald Cameron has warned the Scottish Government that it must not neglect law and order after recorded crime figures went up in Argyll and Bute.

During May crimes in the area rose to 210 compared to 186 in April.