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Frank Roy MP for Motherwell and Wishaw



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Welcome and thank you for visiting my website. It is designed to provide information for my constituents and to introduce you to Motherwell and Wishaw Constituency - the area I am proud to represent in Parliament, and the area where I was born, grew up in and where I still live.

The constituency covers Motherwell, Wishaw, parts of Bellshill and the villages of Mossend, New Stevenston, Carfin, Newarthill, Cleland, Newmains, Cambusnethan, Waterloo and Overtown. There are two MSPs for the area, John Pentland MSP, who represtents Motherwell, Wishaw and Newmains and Michael McMahon MSP, who represents Bellshill.

If you are unfortunate enough not to live in this area you can find out who your Member of Parliament is through the House of Commons Information Office.

I hold regular advice surgeries, details are available on my surgery page.  Also on this site you will find my views on various issues, my press releases and some photographs of my activities as a working Member of Parliament.

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Latest news

Frank Roy Calls on Government to Intervene after Tata Steel Announcement
Following today’s announcement from Tata Steel on its plans to divest the TSE Long products business, Motherwell and Wishaw MP Frank Roy, during Scottish Questions, has called on the UK and Scottish Governments to intervene
Wishaw Press Column October 2014
Last week in Parliament I raised with the Prime Minister the following; “The Prime Minister will be aware that Tata Steel intends to sell its long products division to the Klesch Group, which could have an effect on 15,000 jobs. Given the significance of the British steel industry to the UK economy and in view of Klesch’s history of asset stripping and dumping companies across Europe, does the Prime Minister agree with me that Klesch is not a fit and proper company to own such an important part of our economy and that the prospect of such a sale merits a direct intervention by this Government in the interests of those steelworkers and the British public?
Wishaw Press Column September 2014
Scottish Independence Referendum - We are now just two weeks away from the biggest vote any of us will ever cast.

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