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Unprecedented package of support

New data published today reveals how businesses in every corner of the country continue to be supported by government-backed coronavirus support, helping to protect lives and livelihoods while kickstarting our economic recovery.

Six-figure boost to help workers in Kilwinning

A near £500,000 donation has been made towards a new engineering and construction hub in Kilwinning to help train skilled trade workers.

A £499,999 has been committed to Ayrshire College for a new Future Skills Hub in Kilwinning, which is due to open in late 2021.

Direct investment in North Ayrshire requested

The Scottish Conservative Group on North Ayrshire Council have recently written to Alister Jack, the Secretary of State for Scotland requesting direct investment in North Ayrshire and to seek economic support for Economic growth in this area.


NHS at risk in SNP hands

A number of people have been asking me about the future of the NHS if the Conservatives win the election.

David will Rock North Ayrshire

David Rocks from Irvine who stood for North Ayrshire and Arran in the 2017 General Election has again been chosen to oppose the SNP and Labour in the General Election on December 12th.

Scrapping of the Named Persons Scheme

Jamie Greene MSP commented:


The scrapping of this policy is a victory for common sense. 

The Named Persons Scheme has been flawed from the start and subject to significant delay after its original provisions were found to not be workable.

Selection and Promotion for Jamie Greene MSP

Jamie Greene MSP has been announced as the Scottish Conservative candidate for Cunninghame North in the 2021 Scottish Parliamentary election, in the same week as his promotion to the Conservative front bench in Holyrood as the new Shadow Cabinet Secretary for Transport, Infrastructure and Connect

Jamie Greene MSP, Shadow Cabinet Secretary

I am immensely proud, pleased and privileged to have been appointed to the new Shadow Cabinet. I will work closely with our interim leader Jackson Carlaw and support him in any way I can on the front benches in the Scottish Parliament.