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Buchan Observer Article: Brexit

The Prime Minister has today made clear that the UK Government “will not accept” any deal with the EU that links access to fishing waters with trade.

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David seeks assurance over fishing access

After the publication of the draft withdrawal agreement on 14 November, David Duguid MP has sought assurances from the Prime Minister that future fisheries relationships will not see access to waters and stocks quotas negotiated away as part of a future trade deal. 

Lest we forget

Today we remembered those who gave their all so that we could be free.

I was honoured to lay a wreath of remembrance today in Fraserburgh.

Lest we forget.

Queen's Commonwealth Canopy planting

Today I planted two silver birch, two rowan and hazel saplings. They were donated thanks to a partnership between the Woodland Trust, Sainsbury's and ITV. In support of the program the Woodland trust provided 50,000 trees for ITV viewers and a commemorative pack to every MP in the UK.

Bus Right Action Group meeting

This afternoon I joined BusRight and concerned residents in Fraserburgh to see for myself the concerns over accessibility on the new Buchan Express services.

High Street Hero

I was delighted to meet Jozefine Duthie of Dimensions in Fraserburgh earlier today, where we discussed her nomination as a ‘High Street Hero’ for the fantastic work she and her team have done to promote Fraserburgh through the Super Saturdays and Frozen Fraserburgh events.

100 years of Gadle Braes!

Great Bonfire tonight celebrating over 100 years of the Gadle Braes Bondie - well attended and spectacular with fantastic performances by MODO!

Here’s to the next 100 Gadle Braes Bondies!!

David Duguid defends Devolution

David Duguid has today asked the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland, Karen Bradley MP how the UK Government is ensuring that the population of N.Ireland remains sovereign over laws being passed on their behalf. 

Budget delivers for Whisky Industry

Great to hear the Chancellor announce that spirit duty will be frozen again giving the Scotch whisky industry the support it needs and deserves.