DONALD CAMERON MSP

Donald Cameron  - MSP for Highlands & Islands region

 

2021 Policy Coordinator, Shadow Cabinet Secretary for the Climate Change, Environment, Land Reform

 

Donald Cameron, originally from Achnacarry near Spean Bridge, was elected to the Scottish Parliament in 2016. After graduating from Oxford University with a first class degree in modern history, he worked at the Center For Strategic and International Studies in Washington DC before returning to the UK to study law.

Before his election he was a Standing Junior Counsel to the Scottish Government, and worked across Scotland specialising in agricultural, crofting and employment law, as well as helping to manage the family farming and holiday business on the West Coast.

He is married with three young children.

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Donald Cameron MSP backs Marie Curie call

Donald Cameron, Scottish Conservative MSP for the Highlands and Islands, has lent his support to help improve the lives of people in Scotland living with terminal illness. 

MSP to attend Dunoon Ferry meeting

Highlands and Islands Scottish Conservative MSP Donald Cameron is to attend a meeting of the Dunoon Ferry Action Group on Friday evening.

The meeting is being held after years of promises to improve the Dunoon-Gourock route which have come to nothing.

SNP 12 long years of shameful failure over Dunoon-Gourock Ferry

Highlands and Islands Scottish Conservative MSP Donald Cameron has described the failure of the SNP Government to resolve the longstanding issue of the inadequate Dunoon-Gourock ferry, despite repeated promises to take action, as “12 long years of shameful failure.”

Cameron demands action to protect air service to islands

Scottish Conservative MSP Donald Cameron is demanding action to protect air services to the Inner Hebridean islands of Coll,  Colonsay and Tiree after Argyll and Bute Council confirmed that the service from Oban may cease, at least temporarily, after the current contract ends on 16th May.

Rural GPs are desperate about new contract

Scottish Conservative MSP Donald Cameron has questioned the Cabinet Secretary for Health about growing disquiet among rural GPs over the SNP Government’s controversial new GP contract.

He told Jeane Freeman that over 9 in 10 GPs would reject the contract if they had the chance.

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