July 30, 2018

IT apprentices in Edinburgh shared their knowledge of the IT profession with local MSP, Gordon Macdonald, as part of a national initiative, to help promote the benefits of work-based learning.

The Edinburgh Pentlands MSP spent time at IT Centric as part of the Skills De...

July 20, 2018

MSP for Edinburgh Pentlands has teamed up with Marie Curie to fundraise for the charity’s care and support by hosting a “Blooming Great Tea Party”, in his constituency office.

Inspired by a growing love of baking, the Blooming Great Tea Party, is part of a campaign by M...

July 18, 2018

Ahead of the opening of Pickering’s first ever dedicated gin and seafood bar in Beijing - on Saturday 21 July 2018 - Gordon Macdonald MSP visited Pickering’s Gin distillery to hail the success of the Scottish Gin.

The brand-new venue, which will be located in the popula...

July 17, 2018

Tuesday 17 July, Member of The Scottish Parliament Gordon MacDonald will see first-hand the innovative research taking place to find life-changing treatments for dementia when he tours the Centre for Discovery Brain Sciences at the University of Edinburgh. As part of t...

July 16, 2018

Gordon Macdonald, MSP for Edinburgh Pentlands, is calling on the Chief Executive of the City of Edinburgh Council to implement the National Missing Persons Framework for Scotland.

The Scottish Government launched this new framework in April 2017 which included guidance...

July 11, 2018

The Ministry of Defence has cut 580 military and civilian jobs in Edinburgh since 2012, with communities in the Capital bearing the cost of misguided Tory policies.

Successive UK governments have hammered Scotland’s armed forces and systematically dismantled Scottish re...

July 6, 2018

SNP MSP for Edinburgh Pentlands, Gordon Macdonald, has written to Tory leader and Edinburgh Central MSP Ruth Davidson challenging her to follow the lead of Ashley Graczyk and to stand up against callous Tory cuts across the capital.

Councillor Ashley Graczyk resigned...

July 6, 2018


Schools across Scotland continue to count the cost of Labour’s toxic PFI legacy – which will see councils spend nearly 10% of their school budgets servicing the debts that Labour left behind over a decade ago.


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