Local MSP: UK Government Budget does not deliver for Scotland

SNP MSP Stuart McMillan has criticised the UK Government for failing the people of Inverclyde yet again, following this year’s Budget announcement. After promising to end austerity, the UK Government’s budget has in fact failed Scottish people, with Scotland’s resource block grant almost £2 billion lower in real terms next year than it was less […]

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McMillan Meets with St Andrew’s First Aid

Greenock and Inverclyde MSP, Stuart McMillan, has praised the volunteers who give freely of their time to support the St Andrew’s First Aid Inverclyde Company. Mr McMillan was able to meet with the Inverclyde Company last week and learn more about St Andrew’s First Aid. Speaking after the visit, Stuart said: “I really commend the […]

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Clean Up Your Rubbish, Demands McMillan

Yet again, the entrance to the former Inverkip Power Station site has fallen foul of fly-tipping and local MSP Stuart McMillan speaks out against this blight. With the environment such a hot topic at present, many local groups are taking action by organising events such as beach cleans. Mr McMillan is frustrated however that members […]

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Stuart McMillan MSP gets serious about recycling

To mark Recycle Week 2018, SNP MSP for Greenock and Inverclyde, Stuart McMillan, vows to highlight the importance of recycling considering this year’s theme “Recycling. We do. Because it matters.” Recycle Week 2018 takes place between 24-30 September and, now in its 15th year, is a celebration of recycling organised by WRAP (The Waste and […]

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Inverclyde MSP to lead Eye Health Week 2018 debate

As part of Eye Heath Week 2018, which takes place between 24 and 30 September, SNP MSP Stuart McMillan, who also convenes the Cross Party Group on Visual Impairment (CPGVI), will lead a debate to highlight the importance of the Scottish Government’s free eye test policy which has seen people benefit over 21 million times […]

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Inverclyde MSP calls on Tories to defend Inverclyde’s banking services

CLOSURES NEGATIVELY IMPACTING PEOPLE AND BUSINESSES ACROSS SCOTLAND SNP MSP for Greenock and Inverclyde, Stuart McMillan, has demanded that the Tory government steps in to save Inverclyde’s banking services in a Scottish Parliament debate highlighting the negative impact of branch closures on communities across Scotland. The debate follows a damning report by Holyrood’s Economy Committee […]

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Stuart McMillan MSP welcomes 2018 Programme for Government

SNP MSP for Greenock and Inverclyde has applauded the Scottish Government’s 2018 Programme for Government which was set out by First Minister Nicola Sturgeon today. Commenting, Mr McMillan said: “This Programme for Government sets out an ambitious plan that will deliver for people, communities and businesses now and make the investments that will benefit future […]

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Inverclyde to benefit from Carer’s Allowance Supplement

Scotland’s new public service to make first social security payments. SNP MSP for Greenock and Inverclyde, Stuart McMillan, has welcomed the news that carers in Inverclyde will receive the first payments of the new Carer’s Allowance Supplement from mid-September, back-dated to April. This new benefit will be paid twice a year by Social Security Scotland, […]

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Applications open for Community Connect Funding

Stuart McMillan MSP is encouraging local groups to apply for Scotmid’s next round of Community Connect Funding to be in with the chance of receiving up to £15,000. This funding initiative enables Scotmid members to give back to their communities by allowing them to vote for three Good Cause Groups from Scotmid’s West Member Region, […]

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McMillan Welcomes NHSGGC Commitment to IRH

Yet again, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde Chairman John Brown, has confirmed that the IRH has a long-term future. Local MSP Stuart McMillan has demanded that stories to the contrary end once and for all. Mr Brown has today said; “The Board has already confirmed its commitment to Inverclyde Royal Hospital. “Suggestions that it is […]

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Sharp fall in vandalism in Inverclyde over last decade

Latest figures have revealed that cases of vandalism across Inverclyde have fallen sharply since the SNP came to power in 2007 – proving that the SNP’s approach to crime and justice in the community is working. In 2007/08, there was 253 instances of vandalism per 10,000 of the population in Inverclyde, which has fallen sharply […]

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Local MSP welcomes new travel vaccinations service

Greenock and Inverclyde MSP, Stuart McMillan, has welcomed the introduction of a travel vaccinations service at Boots’ Greenock store in the Oak Mall Shopping Centre. As part of Health Information Week 2018, Mr McMillan met Boots’ pharmacist Neil Morton to find out more about this new service – something few pharmacies offer – which is […]

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McMillan discusses Bogus Caller with Police Scotland

Greenock and Inverclyde MSP, Stuart McMillan welcomed Police Scotland Area Commander Louise Harvie and Local Authority Liaison Officer Laura Stewart to his office on Tuesday to discuss various issues highlighted to him by constituents. One of the significant topics discussed was bogus caller crime and the targeting of elderly residents. Commenting, Mr McMillan said: “It […]

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