Welcome to the Website of Paisley’s MSP George Adam
George was first elected to serve as MSP for Paisley at the 2011 Scottish Parliament election. He was previously elected to Renfrewshire Council as the Councillor for the Paisley South Ward. He lives in Paisley with his wife Stacey. In the Scottish Parliament, George is the Chief Whip for the Parliamentary Group of SNP MSPs and holds the position of Parliamentary Liaison Officer (PLO) to the Cabinet Secretary Communities, Social Security and Equalities and is currently a member of the Social Security Committee.
George is currently a member on the following committees;
George is also a member on the following Cross Party Groups (CPG’s);
George Adam, Paisley’s Member of the Scottish Parliament, last week [31/05/2012] voted for First Minister Alex Salmond’s parliamentary motion which stated, “That the Parliament agrees that Scotland should be an independent country; sees it as the responsibility of this generation to hand over a better country to the next generation than the one inherited, and […]
Paisley’s MSP has welcomed the £1.6 million investment in Paisley’s Town Hall, to revamp the iconic landmark and make it more accessible to people with disabilities. Speaking on the announcement, George said: ‘This is a good start to the investment that is required for the town hall. Obviuosly, there is a lot more to do, […]
George and Local Councillor Mags MacLaren took some time to see the preparations for the Renfrewshire Witch Hunt 1697 project, which will be taking place all over Paisley on Saturday the 9th of June. The event will be a live participation showcase, highlighting the last, largest, mass execution of people accused of witchcraft in western Europe […]
George Adam, Paisley’s Member of the Scottish Parliament, has welcomed the Scottish Government’s consultation on their proposed Victims’ Rights Bill. The proposed Bill aims to introduce new measure to help further protect those affected by crime and to allow further openness and transparency between victims of crime and the Scottish justice system. Commenting George said: […]
Paisley’s MSP has signed up the Yes campaign, to ensure that the people of Scotland have their own say over all their affairs. George Adam attended the launch of the campaign at the Fountainbridge cinema in Edinburgh. Speaking on the event George said: ‘I was absolutely delighted to attend the launch of the Yes campaign, […]
George and Nicola Sturgeon, the Deputy First Minister visited Accord Hospice today to congratulate all the staff on the 30th anniversary of the hospice.