It is a privilege to represent the Glasgow Maryhill and Springburn constituency as your MSP. I stay in Maryhill with my wife Janet, and young son. Before I became an MSP, I was a secondary school teacher for 10 years. 

Since first being elected as a Glasgow MSP in 2007 I have worked hard to deliver for local constituents. As your constituency MSP for Maryhill and Springburn I hope to build on that progress, help to protect the communities I know best, and deliver to all people in Maryhill and Springburn

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  • University of Glasgow - Covid-19 outbreaks


    As you will be aware, there has been a outbreak of coronavirus at the Murano Student Village in Maryhill, part of Glasgow University. Given the scale of the outbreak, I am concered about the welfare of students and the wider community. I have today (Friday 25 September) written to Professor Sir Anton Muscatelli, Principal and Vice Chancellor of Glasgow University.

    You can read this letter here

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  • Update on Glasgow Life Facilities In Maryhill and Springburn


    I have been representing several sports, recreational and community organisations in relation to the frustrations (which I share) over the slow pace of the reopening of Glasgow Life facilities across Maryhill and Springburn.

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  • New Measures

    New Measures

    The First Minister has today announced further measures aimed at reducing the spread of Coronavirus. You can read more about this at I would urge all constituents to read the detailed update and encourage everyone to follow these additional measures
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  • Sign Up To Tackle Blood Cancer

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    I’m supporting the need to recruit more potential donors to join the stem cell register - particularly people from a more diverse range of ethnic backgrounds, as well as young men aged 16-30 - to give patients with blood cancer the best possible chance of life. You can do this online at 

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  • Advice for people in Glasgow


    Indoor gatherings limited in Glasgow, East Renfrewshire and West Dunbartonshire.

    Following an increase in the number of coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in Glasgow, East Renfrewshire and West Dunbartonshire, additional restrictions will be introduced for people living in these areas for an initial two week period.

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