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);
The official opening of the office for Paisley’s MSP George Adam took place on Friday. The office, which has been open for constituents for the past few months, received its official stamp of approval from the Deputy First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon MSP, along with one of George’s heroes Tony Fitzpatrick, the former St Mirren Captain and […]
MSP Joins Movember, ‘Tony’ Style George Adam, Paisley’s Member of the Scottish Parliament, has put his charity promoting tactics where his mouth is, or rather on his top lip as he grows a moustache for Movember. Movember is a movement to promote mens’ health issues, specifically prostrate and testicular cancer. During the month of November […]
George Adam, Paisley’s Member of the Scottish Parliament, is joining forces with Breast Cancer Campaign to raise awareness of its award winning fundraising event, wear it pink day. Mr Adam said ”On Friday 28 October 2011 supporters in schools, colleges and businesses throughout the country are encouraged to don an item of pink in support […]
George Adam, Paisley’s Member of the Scottish Parliament, recently raised the issue of heart disease within local communities with the Cabinet Secretary for Public Health, Michael Matheson. During Health, Wellbeing and Cities Strategy question time, George asked the minister ‘what action is being taken in local communities to reduce heart disease’. Mr Matheson responded, outlining […]