"A voice for Scotland”
FRIENDS OF THE MACLAURIN
WEDNESDAY 3rd December 2014
18.45 hrs – Rozelle House, Alloway, Ayr
How a Draped Reclining Figure by Henry Moore came to Ayr
LORN CONSERVATIVE LUNCH CLUB
REGENT HOTEL, ESPLANADE, OBAN
12.15 hrs SATURDAY 29th NOVEMBER 2014
The British Parliamentary Committee for Iran Freedom
Human Rights Situation in Iran & at Camp Liberty in Iraq
Prospects for Change
Committee Room 11, House of Commons
Tuesday 28th October, 2014, 11.00 hrs
SPEECH TO NCRI ANNUAL RALLY
Friday 27th June 2014
Mrs Rajavi, Ladies and Gentlemen,
SPEECH ON SCOTTISH INDEPENDENCE IN BARCELONA – MONDAY 19th MAY 2014
Ladies & Gentlemen,
The importance of working together for sustainable ecosystem management cannot be understated. And I'm glad to see that the central message of Ecosystem Services Scotland is just that.
In 2010, I was privileged to be appointed Personal Representative of the Chairman in Office of the OSCE - almost like a Roving Ambassador - by Kazakhstan, who held the rotating presidency that year. My remit was to draw up an extensive report on the environmental issues affecting the five Central Asian Republics of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan. I travelled widely throughout Central Asia, visiting all 5 republics and also Afghanistan.
Catherine Ashton’s ill-judged visit to Tehran last month to appease the mullahs, fell apart almost before she stepped off the plane, as news emerged of Israel intercepting a ship from Iran carrying dozens of long-range surface-to-surface rockets, assault weapons and hundreds of thousands of bullets, destined for terrorists linked with the Iranian regime in Gaza. Iran is the world’s leading exporter and bankroller of terrorists and their cat and mouse attempts to persuade Ashton and others that they have no intention of producing nuclear weapons is farcical.
Struan gave the following speech on 15 March 2014 to the Scottish Conservative Party Conference in Edinburgh.
Ladies & Gentlemen,
Struan delivered the following speech at the Strasbourg Plenary Session on Thursday 13 March 2014.
The news which arrived late last night of a breakthrough in the long-running mackerel war saga is a welcome relief for Europe's pelagic sector and in particular, for Scotland's mackerel fleet.