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Scottish European. MP for Stirling, Foreign Affairs Spokesperson, @theSNP Policy Development Convener, @ScotNational columnist.

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Great to catch up with the excellent teams at India Gate, Dunblane. Discussing the business support they’ve received through this crisis, and what they need to see going forward. And you can’t visit India Gate without enjoying some delicious curry. Highly recommended!

RT @57FK66: @juliehepburnsnp @AlynSmith @theSNP @SJFCommission @KeithBrownSNP An excellent model for participative democracy, Several hundred members able to listen in and chip in their ideas. A great discussion, lots of really positive ideas.

Stirling is Scotland's first gagabit city, thanks to @CityFibre investment. A huge achievement, meaning that thousands of households and businesses in the city area can now access full fibre broadband services.

RT @davidschneider: July 21st β€œI’ve seen no evidence of Russian influence in our democracy” July 31st *appoints Russian billionaire to the heart of our democracy*…

RT @lxrobb: Thought-provoking @StirlingCitySNP chat tonight with Social Justice & Fairness Commission Convener, @ShonaRobison, & @AlynSmith. Lots of ground covered, including where we need to be to protect incomes and welfare for everyone. Expertly chaired by our PEO, @jamiegrantSNP

At @theSNP’s opposition day debate today, I made it clear that I respected England’s decision to leave the European Union, but that respect works both ways. Scotland doesn’t consent to what is being done. The only option open to us now is independence in Europe.

The UK Government has confirmed that it is to continue the sale of arms to the Saudi-led coalition, with no assurances that these will not be used on civilians in Yemen. What the Minister for Intertnational Trade brought to the House yesterday was not a credible statement.