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Kerr cares for cats: Cats Protection campaign

Stephen Kerr, MP for Stirling met with volunteers from ‘Cats protection’ and staff at the Bruceview vets practice to raise awareness of the campaign being run by the organisation in conjunction with local vets that allows people to get their cats ‘snipped and chipped’ for £5.

Kerr supports better Mobile Phone roaming in rural areas

Mobile Phone roaming in rural Scotland is notoriously bad, with many black spots across the country where you cannot access a network.

"Roaming" is the term used when your mobile phone is using data on a mobile network, away from your home network, while you're abroad. 

Brexit: The Withdrawal Agreement and my views

This is a chronological timelog of Stephen's thoughts and views on the current Brexit process. Kept updated regularly, so check back to see news on Brexit and what your MP is doing.

Kerr welcomes tax protection for Scottish-stationed troops

Stirling MP Stephen Kerr has welcomed today's news that the UK Government will provide compensation to British Armed Forces troops stationed in Scotland, ensuring they don't lose out compared to troops stationed in England.

Kerr supports "Earth Hour"

Stirling MP Stephen Kerr is encouraging Stirling residents to take part in “Earth Hour”, a yearly event supported by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) that sees millions of people worldwide turn off their lights for an hour to raise awareness of climate change.

Superfast Broadband for the Eastern Villages

There are parts of Fallin, Cowie and Plean are among the poorest postcodes in Scotland. Too often, the people in those areas have been neglected and left behind by successive governments at all levels.