One in five locally worse off due to Brexit

Brexit will negatively affect almost one in five people in Inverclyde, with 18% of locals deemed to be in vulnerable communities, new analysis from the Scottish Government has found. Published last week, ‘The Local Level Brexit Vulnerabilities in Scotland Report’ found that urban areas, especially those in Inverclyde, have significant populations at risk from the […]

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Local MSP joins Anthony Nolan and the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service to celebrate Scottish lifesavers on the stem cell register

As part of Blood Cancer Awareness Month (September), Stuart McMillan MSP attended a reception in Holyrood to celebrate the number of potential stem cell donors in his Greenock and Inverclyde constituency on the Anthony Nolan register. Anthony Nolan marked this achievement on Thursday 19 September, as part of its Communities vs Blood Cancer campaign, which […]

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McMillan encourages flu jab take up

SNP MSP Stuart McMillan has urged parents to “trust the facts” and make sure their child is vaccinated for flu this winter. This week, the Scottish Government has launched its annual national flu vaccination programme – with a focus on people with health conditions and children aged 2-5. Every year thousands of children are hospitalised […]

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Inverclyde please as no fracking to be allowed in Scotland

SCOTLAND “GLOBAL LEADER” ON TACKLING CLIMATE CHANGE SNP MSP for Greenock and Inverclyde, Stuart McMillan, has outlined his support for the Scottish Government’s finalised policy of no support for ‘fracking’ in Scotland. Energy Minister Paul Wheelhouse today confirmed that the Scottish Government would not license any fracking development. This position was confirmed following a comprehensive […]

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Scottish Government in process of purchasing Ferguson Marine

Greenock and Inverclyde MSP Stuart McMillan has today welcomed the announcement that the Scottish Government is now in final discussions to conclude the purchase of Ferguson Marine shipyard. Commenting on the announcement, Stuart said: “This is fantastic news for the local area, the workforce and the communities that will benefit from these two new ferries. […]

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McMillan hosts transport officials for drive-around Inverclyde

On Friday 20 September, Stuart McMillan MSP for Greenock and Inverclyde hosted senior officials from Transport Scotland and Scotland Transerv for a tour around Inverclyde to highlight a variety of issues regarding the local trunk roads. Ian Moffat, Managing Director of ARC Fleet Services, attended on behalf of Inverclyde Chamber of Commerce at the invite […]

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Local MSP puts eye health on the table in Inverclyde

Stuart McMillan MSP will be visiting local cafés and pubs next week with an important message in sight. He will be helping RNIB Scotland mark National Eye Health Week (23-29 September) by urging people to go for a free eye examination at their local optometrist. To highlight the message, RNIB Scotland has produced a series […]

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McMillan encourages constituents to make their homes warmer before winter

Stuart McMillan MSP for Greenock and Inverclyde is encouraging his constituents to consider how they can have a warmer winter, thanks to Scottish Government funding. Warmer Homes Scotland, funded by the Scottish Government, provides energy-saving home improvements including wall and loft insulation, central heating, draft proofing, and home renewables systems. Most people who get help […]

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Local MSP visits ‘Art in Action’ as part of summer-long campaign to put art at the heart of a vibrant future Scotland

Stuart McMillan MSP for Greenock and Inverclyde visited RIG Arts on Monday (19 August 2019) as part of the nationwide Art in Action campaign, which is being spearheaded by Scottish Contemporary Art Network (SCAN). SCAN, the member-led body for contemporary visual art in Scotland, launched the Art in Action campaign to champion the valuable role […]

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Stuart McMillan MSP supports Marie Curie

Stuart McMillan MSP for Greenock and Inverclyde is joining Marie Curie’s call to throw a Blooming Great Tea Party and raise money to support people living with a terminal illness and their loved ones. On Friday 23 August between 10am-12noon, Stuart is hosting a tea party in his constituency office at 26 Grey Place, Greenock, […]

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McMillan hails impact of No Knives Better Lives campaign

Stuart McMillan MSP for Greenock and Inverclyde welcomed a report into the No Knives Better Lives (NKBL) campaign that shows the number of Scottish youths convicted of handling an offensive weapon has fallen by 85% in the past decade. Since the NKBL programme began in 2009, the amount of young people aged under 18 convicted […]

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