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Parliament is now closed until after the General Election on Thursday, 6th May 2021

Session 5 of Parliament ceased to sit at 18:12 on Wednesday, 24th March 2021. From that date, when a campaign recess started, until 5th May 2021, when I cease to be an MSP, under Parliamentary rules I am only allowed to take on new casework if it is urgent. Constituents will be asked to provide an explanation for anything that needs to be categorised as urgent.

We expect to continue with casework upon which we commenced action prior to 5th May, until 1st August if necessary.
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If urgent, please contact us at office@stewartstevenson.scot or phone 01779 470444.

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Please do not visit the office as we are all working from home.

24 March 2021

Stevenson Welcomes Update on Place of Worship

Banffshire and Buchan Coast MSP Stewart Stevenson has welcomed a Scottish Government announcement on attending places of worship.

From Friday 26 March people living in all parts of Scotland will be able to attend places of worship in gatherings of up to 50 where there is space for physical distancing.

And the updated guidance will also allow people to travel between Level 4 areas to attend their usual place of worship.
Commenting, Stewart Stevenson MSP said:

“I welcome the return of collective worship which I know is of great importance to many constituents. This is a positive change I know it will be especially welcome as we head towards religious festivals over the next few weeks.

“This has been an incredibly tough year for so many people and I am thankful to everyone in my constituency and across the north-east who have shown solidarity, compassion and love to one another by sticking to incredibly tough rules and restrictions.

“To lift restrictions in the future, we still need to suppress the virus just now, so please stay within the rules in the coming weeks – stay at home for now, unless for an allowed reason; do not meet people from other households indoors; and follow the FACTS advice when you are out and about.”

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