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Members of the Scottish Parliament (MSPs)

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Annie Wells

Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party

MSP for Glasgow (Region) 2016 - present day

About Annie Wells

Contact details

Contact online

Twitter: @anniewellsmsp

Facebook: Annie's facebook

Contact at the Scottish Parliament

The Scottish Parliament
Edinburgh
EH99 1SP

Phone: 0131 348 5991
Text relay calls welcome.

Contact at local office

1018 Maryhill Road
Glasgow
G20 9TE

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

Committees

Cross-party groups

Parliamentary and Government Roles

Annie does not have any parliamentary or government roles

Party Roles

Annie does not have any party roles

Previous roles

Annie has had 10 previous roles

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

17 June 2021 - 23 September 2021

Health Social Care and Sport Committee

Member

21 May 2021 - 16 September 2021

Party Spokesperson on Health

Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party

21 May 2021 - 16 September 2021

Party Spokesperson on Social Care

Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party

20 August 2020 - 04 May 2021

Equalities and Human Rights Committee

Substitute Member

20 August 2020 - 04 May 2021

Local Government and Communities Committee

Member

25 February 2020 - 20 August 2020

Environment Climate Change and Land Reform Committee

Member

29 June 2017 - 20 August 2020

Health and Sport Committee

Substitute Member

29 September 2016 - 25 February 2020

Equalities and Human Rights Committee

Member

28 June 2016 - 29 June 2017

Delegated Powers and Law Reform Committee

Substitute Member

08 June 2016 - 29 September 2016

Equal Opportunities Committee

Member

Register of interests

Annie'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 Annie Wells. The date of their initial statement was 04 June 2021.

Remuneration and related undertaking

No registrable interests

Gifts

No registrable interests

Overseas visits

From 31 July to 5 August 2016 I was part of a fact finding political delegation to Israel and the West Bank for Scottish Conservative MSPs. The costs of the visit amounted to £2,000 and were met by Conservative Friends of Israel (of CFI Ltd, PO Box 72288, London, SW1P 9LB).

Controlled transactions

No registrable interests

Heritable property

No registrable interests

Interest in shares

No registrable interests

Voluntary

No registrable interests

Recent Activity

What was said

What Annie Wells 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.

Chamber meeting date: 12 May 2022

Cladding Remediation

Annie Wells (Glasgow) (Con): "Flammable cladding has been found on the Queen Elizabeth university hospital in my region and on the sick kids hospital in Edinburgh. Can the cabinet secretary tell us whether any flammable cladding has been used on any other Government buildings…

Chamber meeting date: 12 May 2022

Closing the Attainment Gap

8. Annie Wells (Glasgow) (Con): "To ask the Scottish Government whether it will provide an update on what progress it has made in closing the attainment gap among school pupils. (S6O-01077)"

Local Government, Housing and Planning Committee meeting date: 10 May 2022

Building (Scotland) Amendment Regulations 2022 (SSI 2022/136)

Annie Wells (Glasgow) (Con): "The new building standard 3.28 requires buildings to be designed to reduce the risks to occupants’ health from overheating. What implications would that have for developers? What impact might that have on home owners’ use of their properties…

Chamber meeting date: 4 May 2022

Cultural and Heritage Institutions (Glasgow City Centre)

5. Annie Wells (Glasgow) (Con): "To ask the Scottish Government what work it is doing to support the revival of cultural and heritage institutions in Glasgow city centre, in the aftermath of the Covid-19 pandemic. (S6O-01042)"

Chamber meeting date: 20 April 2022

High Streets and Businesses (Support)

7. Annie Wells (Glasgow) (Con): "To ask the Scottish Government whether it will provide an update on the support it is providing to high streets and businesses. (S6O-00972)"

Votes

How Annie Wells has voted in Parliament

Find out how Annie Wells has voted recently.

Motion ref. S6M-04472

Long COVID

Submitted by: Humza Yousaf, Glasgow Pollok, Scottish National Party. Date lodged: Tuesday, May 17, 2022

Supported by: Kevin Stewart, Maree Todd
Current status: Taken in the Chamber on Thursday, May 19, 2022

Result 62 for, 29 against, 18 abstained, 20 no vote

MSP voted against

Vote Passed

Motion ref. S6M-04472.2

Long COVID

Submitted by: Alex Cole-Hamilton, Edinburgh Western, Scottish Liberal Democrats. Date lodged: Wednesday, May 18, 2022

Current status: Taken in the Chamber on Thursday, May 19, 2022

Result 46 for, 62 against, 1 abstained, 20 no vote

MSP voted for

Vote Defeated

Motion ref. S6M-04472.1

Long COVID

Submitted by: Jackie Baillie, Dumbarton, Scottish Labour. Date lodged: Wednesday, May 18, 2022

Supported by: Paul Sweeney
Current status: Taken in the Chamber on Thursday, May 19, 2022

Result 48 for, 61 against, 0 abstained, 20 no vote

MSP voted for

Vote Defeated

Motion ref. S6M-04472.3

Long COVID

Submitted by: Dr. Sandesh Gulhane, Glasgow, Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party. Date lodged: Wednesday, May 18, 2022

Current status: Taken in the Chamber on Thursday, May 19, 2022

Result 29 for, 62 against, 19 abstained, 19 no vote

MSP voted for

Vote Defeated

Motion ref. S6M-04461.1

Business Programme

Submitted by: Stephen Kerr, Central Scotland, Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party. Date lodged: Wednesday, May 18, 2022

Supported by: Jeremy Balfour, Miles Briggs, Alexander Burnett, Donald Cameron, Jackson Carlaw, Finlay Carson, Sharon Dowey, Russell Findlay, Murdo Fraser, Meghan Gallacher, Maurice Golden, Pam Gosal, Jamie Greene, Dr. Sandesh Gulhane, Jamie Halcro Johnston, Rachael Hamilton, Craig Hoy, Liam Kerr, Stephen Kerr, Dean Lockhart, Douglas Lumsden, Edward Mountain, Oliver Mundell, Douglas Ross, Graham Simpson, Liz Smith, Alexander Stewart, Sue Webber, Annie Wells, Tess White, Brian Whittle
Current status: Taken in the Chamber on Wednesday, May 18, 2022

Result 52 for, 67 against, 0 abstained, 10 no vote

MSP voted for

Vote Defeated

Motions

Written questions

Written questions Annie Wells 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-07215

Asked by: Wells, Annie, Glasgow, Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party, Date Lodged: 10 March 2022

"To ask the Scottish Government whether it is aware of reports of people facing long waiting times when contacting the Scotland's Census 2022 helpline, and, if so, what action it is taking to address this."

Answered by: Angus Robertson on 24 March 2022

Question ref. S6W-03700

Asked by: Wells, Annie, Glasgow, Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party, Date Lodged: 12 October 2021

"To ask the Scottish Government whether it will provide an update on what plans it has to review its COVID-19 guidance to end the mandatory use of face coverings for people attending places of worship."

Answered by: John Swinney on 26 October 2021

Question ref. S6W-03422

Asked by: Wells, Annie, Glasgow, Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party, Date Lodged: 30 September 2021

"To ask the Scottish Government whether it plans to run public awareness campaigns regarding the change to routine cervical screening intervals from three to five years."

Answered by: Maree Todd on 19 October 2021

Question ref. S6W-02926

Asked by: Wells, Annie, Glasgow, Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party, Date Lodged: 16 September 2021

"To ask the Scottish Government what steps it is taking to reduce waiting times for dermatology services, and whether it will extend the collection of waiting times data in dermatology."

Answered by: Humza Yousaf on 12 October 2021

Question ref. S6W-02925

Asked by: Wells, Annie, Glasgow, Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party, Date Lodged: 14 September 2021

"To ask the Scottish Government what steps it is taking to improve awareness of the links between psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis."

Answered by: Maree Todd on 28 September 2021

Question ref. S6W-02923

Asked by: Wells, Annie, Glasgow, Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party, Date Lodged: 14 September 2021

"To ask the Scottish Government what steps it is taking to support people with (a) psoriasis and (b) psoriatic arthritis who experience mental health conditions associated with the condition, including depression and anxiety."

Answered by: Maree Todd on 28 September 2021

Question ref. S6W-02927

Asked by: Wells, Annie, Glasgow, Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party, Date Lodged: 14 September 2021

"To ask the Scottish Government how many adults have been diagnosed with (a) psoriasis and (b) psoriatic arthritis in each of the last five years, broken down by NHS board."

Answered by: Maree Todd on 28 September 2021

Question ref. S6W-02924

Asked by: Wells, Annie, Glasgow, Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party, Date Lodged: 14 September 2021

"To ask the Scottish Government what steps each NHS board is taking to improve the health outcomes of people with (a) psoriasis and (b) psoriatic arthritis."

Answered by: Maree Todd on 28 September 2021

Question ref. S6W-02921

Asked by: Wells, Annie, Glasgow, Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party, Date Lodged: 14 September 2021

"To ask the Scottish Government what percentage of people with osteoporosis remain on anti-osteoporosis medication after one year, and what steps it has taken to improve adherence rates."

Answered by: Maree Todd on 27 September 2021

Question ref. S6W-02919

Asked by: Wells, Annie, Glasgow, Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party, Date Lodged: 14 September 2021

"To ask the Scottish Government what plans it has to (a) address the reported backlog and (b) reduce waiting times for bone density (DEXA) scans for people who are at high risk of fracture due to osteoporosis."

Answered by: Maree Todd on 27 September 2021

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