Shetland MSP Questions FM on fishing safety

Shetland MSP, Scottish Liberal Democrat Beatrice Wishart, asked the First Minister about fishing safety today. Raising the concerns of a constituent, Ms Wishart asked the First Minister what the Scottish Government is doing to help protect vessels and workers at sea.

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Wishart raises isles housing shortage with Minister

Beatrice Wishart, Shetland MSP and Scottish Liberal Democrat, asked the Cabinet Secretary for Housing, during a portfolio questions session, to outline the action being taken to tackle island housing shortages. Ms Wishart highlighted that housing shortages disproportionately affect young people a...

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Wishart makes case for local representatives on transport bodies

Shetland’s MSP Beatrice Wishart, took part in a debate on local representation for transport bodies working on behalf of the Scottish Government. Ms Wishart supported the call for reserved seats for island residents on CalMac Ferries Ltd and Caledonian Maritime Assets Ltd (CMAL), and criticised t...

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Wishart calls for new hope after 're-heated' Programme for Government

Scottish Liberal Democrat and Shetland MSP, Beatrice Wishart, has called for new hope after ‘re-heated’ Programme for Government was brought to the Scottish Parliament. The First Minister outlined the SNP-Green coalition Government’s plans for the next five years in the chamber on Tuesday 7th Sep...

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Wishart – businesses impacted by Brexit and ferries

Responding to the publication of the Highlands and Islands business panel report today Shetland MSP, Scottish Liberal Democrat, Beatrice Wishart voiced that the Scottish Government should listen to the needs of the Northern Isles. Ferries and Brexit were two key issues spotlighted in the report.

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Shetland MSP highlights Food and Drink Fortnight

Shetland MSP, Scottish Liberal Democrat Beatrice Wishart, has highlighted Shetland’s food and drink sector ahead of the annual Scottish Food & Drink Fortnight which begins this weekend. The two-week promotion seeks to encourage more people than ever to buy, eat and enjoy Scottish food and drink.

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