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Gail Ross MSP

www.parliament.scot/msps/currentmsps/gail-ross-msp.aspx

Photograph of Gail Ross MSPGail Ross lives in Wick.

Contact details
The Scottish Parliament
Edinburgh
EH99 1SP
Telephone: 0131 348 5927

and office at
106 High Street
Invergordon
IV18 0DR
Telephone: 01349 888255

E-mail
Gail.Ross.msp@parliament.scot

Postal Address
Gail Ross MSP

Wick
Caithness



News for Gail Ross MSP

Gail Ross MSP Has Launched A Consultation On Remote Rural CommunitiesThumbnail for article : Gail Ross MSP Has Launched A Consultation On Remote Rural Communities
At a gathering in Wick town Hall on Monday 28th October 2019 Gail Ross MSP launched a consultation on a remote rural communities bill that would be similar protection for mainland communities as the 2018 Islands Act for Scottish islands.   Caithness, Sutherland and Ross MSP Gail Ross is proposing the legislation, which would mean public bodies would have to take the impact on remote rural communities into account when making policy.  
Dounreay Apprentices Celebrate Completion Of Training SchemeThumbnail for article : Dounreay Apprentices Celebrate Completion Of Training Scheme
Seven Dounreay apprentices have received their indenture certificates at a special event to mark the successful conclusion of their 4-year training programme.   The latest group ‘graduating' joined the company in 2015 - the 60th year apprentices had been part of the workforce at Dounreay and the first time in more than a decade that design office apprentices had been recruited.  
Gail Ross MSP appointed Deputy Convener of Rural Economy and Connectivity CommitteeThumbnail for article : Gail Ross MSP appointed Deputy Convener of Rural Economy and Connectivity Committee
Humbled and honoured was how Caithness, Sutherland and Ross SNP MSP Gail Ross summed up her feelings after been appointed as Deputy Convener of the new Rural Economy and Connectivity Committee in the Scottish Parliament.   The Committee covers a wide range of issues which affect people in rural areas, including agriculture, broadband, transport, food and drink.  

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