Maurice Corry  -  MSP for West Scotland;



VJ Day Act of Remembrance

The Coronavirus pandemic restrictions on public gatherings made it difficult to hold commemorations to mark the end of World War 2 on 15 August, but a small Act of Remembrance Service was held at The War Memorial in Christie Park, Alexandria to mark the 75th anniversary of VJ Day.

A83 shambles hammer blow to local economy

Argyll and Bute Conservative representatives have slammed the SNP's continued lack of urgency to find a permanent solution to the problems that continue to engulf the Rest and Be Thankful.

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.

Mental Health waiting times unacceptable

There are many modern challenges facing people in all walks of life, the causes of which are not yet fully understood. Social and financial pressures contribute, as does social media pressure to keep up with one another.

Warm welcome for new Prime Minister

Boris Johnson MP has received many warm congratulations on his success in the Conservative leadership election, becoming the new prime minister today.

Remembering the fallen

On the one hundredth anniversary of Armistice Day, members joined in with local commemorative events across the country.

Honouring the memory and bravery of Lieutenant David MacIntyre VC

The village of Portnahaven on Islay played host to the ceremony to mark the one hundredth anniversary of the actions at Henin and Fontaine-Les-Croisilles, France (24th and 27th of August 1918) and the award of the Victoria Cross to temporary Lieutenant David Lowe MacIntyre, Argyll and Sutherland

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Donald Cameron, originally from Achnacarry near Spean Bridge, was elected to the Scottish Parliament in 2016.