Sep 03


Argyll & Bute Council has been in a state of flux for too long.

Infighting and political positioning has caused costly delays to the services which are delivered by Argyll & Bute Council.

Vital decisions have been delayed because of a lack of co-operation within the Council chamber and progress on key outcomes is not being made since decisions cannot be taken.

Party Politics should not take precedence over helping people in the communities of Argyll & Bute.


Yet some parties seem to think it is acceptable to meddle in the workings of the Council and seek to direct and influence their members from Holyrood, demanding they follow a party agenda.

Councillors should be focused on the needs of the  community instead of spending time pursuing a separatist agenda.

We all need a Council that works hard for the people of Argyll & Bute. Councillors aren’t paid to fight amongst themselves.