Holyrood News

Cameron adds name to proposed disability Bill

Highlands and Islands MSP Donald Cameron has given his backing to a proposed Bill which aims to improve outcomes for children and young people with a disability in the transition to adulthood.

MSP to Hold Telephone Surgeries

Highlands and Islands MSP, Donald Cameron, has announced that he is to hold telephone consultations for constituents after cancelling his plans for surgeries.

Donald said that he had reluctantly decided to withdraw from holding surgeries as a result of the coronavirus epidemic.

MSP Writes to US Ambassador Over Whisky Tariff Row

Highlands and Islands MSP Donald Cameron is urging the American ambassador to intervene in the trade war between the EU and the US which has led to a 25% tariff being placed on Scotch whisky exports to the United States.

MSP Backs 'Wear It Pink' for Breast Cancer

Donald Cameron, MSP for the Highlands and Islands, added a dash of pink to his usual attire to support Breast Cancer Now’s wear it pink fundraiser, which takes place on Friday 18 October.

Donald Welcomes Commitment to Introduce Franks Law

Highlands and Islands MSP Donald Cameron has welcomed the news that legislation to implement Frank’s Law in Scotland has been given the go ahead by MSPs, almost a year after the campaign was launched at Holyrood.

Donald Reaffirms Backing for 'Wear it Pink'

Highlands and Islands MSP Donald Cameron has urged constituents living across the West Highlands and islands to support charity Breast Cancer Now’s campaign to raise awareness of the disease.

Donald Backs Face Equality Campaign

Highlands and Islands MSP Donald Cameron met with senior figures from the charity Changing Faces, pledging to challenge appearance discrimination. 

The campaign charges people to commit to Face Equality and to call out discrimination against people based on how they look.

Donald Introduces HIV Summit at Parliament

Highlands and Islands MSP Donald Cameron opened an event at the Scottish Parliament dedicated to the discussion of HIV care, education and prevention.

The meeting was hosted by HIV Scotland and Gilead, and included a range of speakers from other parties and external organisations.