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Members of the Scottish Parliament (MSPs)

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Pam Gosal

Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party

MSP for West Scotland (Region) 2021 - present day

About Pam Gosal

Contact details

Contact online

Website: pamgosal.org.uk

Post-d: @PamGosalMSP

Facebook: Pam's facebook

Contact at the Scottish Parliament

The Scottish Parliament
Edinburgh
EH99 1SP

Phone: 0131 348 5950
Text relay calls welcome.

Contact at their Constituency

Suite F
Exchange House Business Centre
50 Drymen Road
Bearsden
G62 2RH

Find out when the MSP's surgery times are on their website.

Committees

Cross-party groups

Parliamentary and Government Roles

Pam does not have any parliamentary or government roles

Party Roles

Pam has 4 party roles

Deputy Party Spokesperson on Further Education

Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party

Deputy Party Spokesperson on Higher Education

Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party

Deputy Party Spokesperson on Training

Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party

Deputy Party Spokesperson on Youth Employment

Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party

Previous roles

Pam does not have any previous roles

Previous roles in cross-party groups are not included in this list.

Register of interests

Pam's register of interests

MSPs must provide details of their financial interests in the Register of Interests. They make an initial statement on becoming or being returned as an MSP. This is then updated with any changes they provide.

Here is the register for Pam Gosal. The date of their initial statement was 10 June 2021.

Remuneration and related undertaking

No registrable interests

Gifts

No registrable interests

Overseas visits

No registrable interests

Controlled transactions

No registrable interests

Heritable property

I own a house in Glasgow with a market value of between £400,001 and £500,00. I receive no rental income for this property.

Interest in shares

I own 50% of the issued share capital in APCL Trading Ltd, a property investments and letting company. These are ordinary shares with a market value of approximately £700,000.

I own 50% of the issued share capital in Strathblane Developments Ltd, a property investments and letting company. These are ordinary shares with a market value of approximately £162,500.

Voluntary

No registrable interests

Recent Activity

What was said

What Pam Gosal has said in Parliament

These are the official transcripts of what was said by this MSP in the chamber and at committee meetings. You'll find the topic discussed and how many times this MSP has contributed to the discussion.

Equalities, Human Rights and Civil Justice Committee meeting date: 11 January 2022

Miners’ Strike (Pardons) (Scotland) Bill: Stage 1

Pam Gosal (West Scotland) (Con): "Happy new year, everybody. I thank all the witnesses for coming along today to give evidence. Like most of the members who have spoken, I was very young when the miners strikes were happening. However, I remember the horrific scenes on television…

Chamber meeting date: 22 December 2021

Draft Budget 2022-23 (Stakeholders)

8. Pam Gosal (West Scotland) (Con): "To ask the Scottish Government what discussions it has had with relevant stakeholders regarding the draft budget for 2022-23. (S6O-00573)"

Chamber meeting date: 9 December 2021

Human Rights Day 2021

Pam Gosal (West Scotland) (Con): "I am honoured to represent the Scottish Conservatives in the debate. I support the motion and welcome the Parliament’s acknowledgment of human rights day…

Chamber meeting date: 9 December 2021

Culture

Pam Gosal (West Scotland) (Con): "What discussions has the Scottish Government had on working together with the cultural sector to ensure that as many people as possible use lateral flow tests before they attend venues? That is not mandated by the Government."

Chamber meeting date: 7 December 2021

Covid-19

Pam Gosal (West Scotland) (Con): "Can the First Minister tell us when lateral flow devices will be more available for pick up from more accessible places such as shopping centres, supermarkets, sports grounds and petrol stations?"

Votes

How Pam Gosal has voted in Parliament

Find out how Pam Gosal has voted recently.

Motion ref. S6M-02761.2

Tackling Drug Related Deaths Through the First Year of the National Mission

Submitted by: Sue Webber, Lothian, Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party. Date lodged: Wednesday, January 12, 2022

Current status: Taken in the Chamber on Thursday, January 13, 2022

Result 34 for, 70 against, 19 abstained, 6 no vote

MSP voted for

Vote Defeated

Motion ref. S6M-02761.1

Tackling Drug Related Deaths Through the First Year of the National Mission

Submitted by: Claire Baker, Mid Scotland and Fife, Scottish Labour. Date lodged: Wednesday, January 12, 2022

Supported by: Paul Sweeney
Current status: Taken in the Chamber on Thursday, January 13, 2022

Result 23 for, 100 against, 0 abstained, 6 no vote

MSP voted against

Vote Defeated

Motion ref. S6M-02747.3

Mental Health and Wellbeing in Primary Care Services

Submitted by: Craig Hoy, South Scotland, Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party. Date lodged: Tuesday, January 11, 2022

Supported by: Sharon Dowey, Stephen Kerr
Current status: Taken in the Chamber on Wednesday, January 12, 2022

Result 34 for, 89 against, 0 abstained, 6 no vote

MSP voted for

Vote Defeated

Motion ref. S6M-02747.1

Mental Health and Wellbeing in Primary Care Services

Submitted by: Carol Mochan, South Scotland, Scottish Labour. Date lodged: Tuesday, January 11, 2022

Supported by: Jackie Baillie, Paul Sweeney
Current status: Taken in the Chamber on Wednesday, January 12, 2022

Result 55 for, 68 against, 0 abstained, 6 no vote

MSP voted for

Vote Defeated

Motion ref. S6M-02747.2

Mental Health and Wellbeing in Primary Care Services

Submitted by: Alex Cole-Hamilton, Edinburgh Western, Scottish Liberal Democrats. Date lodged: Tuesday, January 11, 2022

Current status: Taken in the Chamber on Wednesday, January 12, 2022

Result 54 for, 69 against, 0 abstained, 6 no vote

MSP voted for

Vote Defeated

Motions

Written questions

Written questions Pam Gosal has submitted in Parliament

These are the questions that this MSP has asked the Scottish Government about its work. It also includes any answer to these questions.

Question ref. S6W-03781

Asked by: Gosal, Pam, West Scotland, Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party, Date Lodged: 15 October 2021

"To ask the Scottish Government what assistance it will provide to (a) local authorities and (b) Police Scotland to tackle any rises in antisocial behaviour."

Answered by: Ash Regan on 29 October 2021

Question ref. S6W-02976

Asked by: Gosal, Pam, West Scotland, Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party, Date Lodged: 14 September 2021

"To ask the Scottish Government what progress it has made implementing a student mental health action plan that embeds mental health and wellbeing into the curriculum."

Answered by: Jamie Hepburn on 30 September 2021

Question ref. S6W-02975

Asked by: Gosal, Pam, West Scotland, Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party, Date Lodged: 14 September 2021

"To ask the Scottish Government what research it has undertaken regarding any barriers preventing BAME people from (a) accessing mental health services and (b) understanding and communicating their own mental health."

Answered by: Kevin Stewart on 24 September 2021

Question ref. S6W-01911

Asked by: Gosal, Pam, West Scotland, Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party, Date Lodged: 27 July 2021

"To ask the Scottish Government, in light of recent reports regarding deaths and people getting into difficulty in the water, what plans it has to review the funding arrangements for the park rangers of Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park."

Answered by: Mairi McAllan on 26 August 2021

Question ref. S6W-00440

Asked by: Gosal, Pam, West Scotland, Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party, Date Lodged: 3 June 2021

"To ask the Scottish Government what its position is on whether planning regulations need reforming, and what its response is to reports of decisions by East Dunbartonshire Council being overturned by Ministers, leading to pressure on local infrastructure and loss of greenbelt land."

Answered by: Tom Arthur on 16 June 2021

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