Shona Robison MSP

Member of the Scottish Parliament for Dundee City East

Shona Robison

About

Shona Robison represents Dundee City East in the Scottish Parliament.

Shona was first elected as a list MSP in 1999, before becoming the MSP for Dundee City East in 2003. Shona has also served in the Scottish Government as both a Minister and a Cabinet Secretary.

Shona regularly meets with constituents to discuss important issues and offer support, as well as representing them in the Scottish Parliament.

For an appointment, please call 01382 903219 or email dundee@shona.robison.scot

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Shona Robison MSP is registered as a data controller with the UK Information Commissioner and the reference number is Z495350X. Any personal data is processed under the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (the GDPR), the Data Protection Act 1998 and any Act that replaces the Data Protection Act.

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Recent Posts

MORE TEACHERS IN SCOTTISH SCHOOLS AFTER SNP FUNDING BOOST

OVER 1,250 NEW TEACHERS AND SUPPORT STAFF RECRUITED SINCE SUMMER Local MSP Shona Robison has welcomed news that 1,250 new teachers, and 155 support staff, have been recruited in schools across Scotland in recent months.   The SNP Government pledged £80 million of...

MSP ENCOURAGES ORGANISATIONS TO BACK YOUNG PERSON’S GUARANTEE

Shona Robison, MSP for Dundee City East has welcomed the first organisations who have signed up to back the Young Person’s Guarantee The Scottish Government has been joined by SSE, Capgemini, NHS Lothian and Standard Life Aberdeen in making the commitment to ensure...

I'm bemused to see Lib Dems, Labour and Tories all rushing to defend Boris Johnson and excuse him from any requirement to exempt the £500 'Thank You' to Health and Social Care workers from income tax. /1

NS: "But I know that for families struggling now, February is still a long way off.

So I am announcing today a £100 million package to bridge that gap, and help others struggling most with the impact of Covid over the winter months."

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