Get involved

There are various ways you can get involved with what the Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party does.

You can help deliver leaflets on behalf of your Scottish Conservative Councillors and MSPs, or canvass voters (either in your area or anywhere in Highland or Scotland if you prefer to get out and about).

You can join the debate about policies and the issues affecting us locally or nationally.  We take ideas from a wide range of viewpoints to find the best policies, and you may be the person with the best answer to a particular issue, so we want to hear from you.

You do not have to be passionate about politics or knowledgeable about Government. 

You might just want to help put a stop to over a decade of incompetent SNP rule and their destruction of our health service, education system and the Scottish economy.

You might just want to fight against the separatist agenda of the Nationalists and their ideological obsession with independence.

You might want to help prevent a Labour Party controlled by a marxist clique getting their hands on power. 

You might just want to help make Scotland a better place to live and work.

If you want to know more, get in contact or come along to the Inverness office.


Edward Mountain

MSP, Highlands & Islands Region
​​​​​​​Edward joined the Army after he left school and served for twelve years reaching the rank of Major. During his time in the Army he completed tours in Cyprus, Germany, Canada, Uganda, Spain and Eygpt.

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About us

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The remoteness of some of the areas within the Highlands creates unique problems.


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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.

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A primary school project that attracted the attention of space agency NASA has been applauded by two local elected representatives.

Cameron backing bid to help local news media

Highlands and Islands MSP Donald Cameron supported the successful bid by the Scottish Conservatives to provide critical support to Scotland’s local news providers.