Scottish Conservative MSP Murdo Fraser has said he hopes the 2 Sisters Food Group are “sympathetic” to agency workers, who are employed at the chicken processing factory in Coupar Angus. The agency workers are not being paid and claim they are having to fend for themselves. This followed an outbreak of Covid-19 among staff who work at the factory. Commenting on the agency workers’ present situation, Mr Fraser, who represents the Mid Scotland and Fife region, said: “I hope the
Scottish Conservative MSP Murdo Fraser has called for jet ski users on the River Tay in Perth to behave in a “responsible” manner and stressed he will continue to look into what can be done to improve the situation. The Mid Scotland and Fife politician has been contacted by residents who live near the River Tay, who have told him they are upset at both the noise made by the jet skiers and also with the potential disturbance to wildlife in the area. Commenting, Mr Fraser said:
Scottish Conservative politicians Murdo Fraser MSP and Councillor Chris Ahern have raised their concerns about the drain infrastructure in Perth. The problem with drains not coping with the volume of water was brought to Mr Fraser’s attention due to flooding in the city following last week’s thunderstorm. The North Muirton and North and South Inch areas were particularly badly hit. The situation is so bad that Mr Fraser has written to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Scot
Murdo Fraser MSP has said the Scottish public want "scrutiny, not more secrecy" ahead of the Alex Salmond inquiry which begins tomorrow (August 18) at Holyrood. The long-awaited Parliamentary investigation will look into the Scottish Government's bungled handling of harassment claims against former First Minister Alex Salmond. However, there has been widespread criticism that the SNP Government have not handed over the necessary documents required for the committee hearings.
Murdo Fraser MSP will be returning to a role of Shadow Finance Minister in the new Shadow Cabinet. Douglas Ross MP, the leader of the Scottish Conservatives, announced his Shadow Cabinet earlier this week. Commenting, Mr Fraser said: "I am delighted to be back in the Finance brief as part of Douglas Ross’s new frontbench team. With the country now officially in economic recession, the need to rebuild and create jobs is more vital than ever, and I look forward to leading the d