Holyrood News

Campbeltown deserves better

Highlands and Islands MSP Donald Cameron has said that Campbeltown deserves better than to lose its ferry service until 2021.

MSP urges rethink on ban on church services

Highlands and Islands MSP Donald Cameron has said that he would like the Scottish Government to rethink its decision to allow pubs to re-open while refusing congregations permission to come together for religious worship.

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.

Comment from Donald Cameron on Council Funding Crisis

Shadow Finance Secretary Donald Cameron has said that the SNP Government’s persistent under-funding of councils, particularly in the North of Scotland, is putting essential services at risk.

Open our schools!

In the face of endless dithering by the SNP government, the Scottish Conservatives have launched a campaign to demand that the Scottish Government plan for a fuller return of Scotland’s schools in August.

Self-catering businesses require clarity, says Cameron

Shadow Finance Secretary Donald Cameron is backing calls for the Scottish Government to provide clearer guidance to the self-catering sector as businesses struggle to survive the coronavirus pandemic.


Commenting after the Tourism Secretary confirmed that the Scottish Government hoped tourism businesses might be able to reopen from 15th July, Highlands and Islands MSP Donald Cameron said:


Highlands and Islands MSP Donald Cameron is backing calls from Scottish Conservative leader Jackson Carlaw for the SNP to get on top of testing care home staff in the NHS Highland region.