How do you complain to the Scottish government?

How do I complain about the government in Scotland?

The Scottish Government

If you feel that any of the Scottish Government’s policies, staff or services have had an impact on your human rights, you can make a complaint using the email address: Find out more about making a complaint to the Scottish Government.

How can I get in touch with the Scottish Government?

To request information you can:

  1. email
  2. write to: General Enquiries Scottish Government. St. Andrew’s House. Regent Road. Edinburgh. EH1 3DG.
  3. you can also make a verbal request for environmental information under the EIRs by calling our Central Enquiries Unit on 0300 244 4000.

What is an ombudsman Scotland?

The Scottish Public Services Ombudsman (SPSO) is the final stage for complaints about councils, the National Health Service, housing associations, colleges and universities, prisons, most water providers, the Scottish Government and its agencies and departments and most Scottish authorities.

What does the public services ombudsman do?

Public sector ombudsmen

the Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman investigates complaints about government departments and some other public bodies – they can also look into complaints about NHS hospitals or community health services.

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How do I contact Trading Standards in Scotland?

0808 164 6000

To report a consumer issue, please contact your local trading standards office. Please visit our local advice page to find yours.

How do I complain about Spso?

You normally need to complain to us in writing. You can do so using our online form, by post or in person. There’s an online complaint form on this website or you can print off a complaints form. If you need advice or have difficulty with the forms or with access to our website, please tell us.

Who is the MSP for Dunfermline?

In the 2016 Scottish Parliament election, Somerville was elected to serve as the MSP for the Dunfermline constituency.

Shirley-Anne Somerville.

Shirley-Anne Somerville MSP
Assumed office 20 May 2021
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon
Preceded by John Swinney
Cabinet Secretary for Social Security and Older People

What is a Freedom of Information request Scotland?

The Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002 (FOISA) is an Act of the Scottish Parliament which gives everyone the right to ask for any information held by Scottish public authorities including NRS. … The GDPR gives individuals a right to access information held about them.

How do I email the First Minister of Scotland?

Get in touch with the First Minister:

Is Nicola Sturgeon an MP?

She is the first woman to hold either position. She has been a member of the Scottish Parliament (MSP) since 1999, first as an additional member for the Glasgow electoral region, and as the member for Glasgow Southside (formerly Glasgow Govan) from 2007.

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Who is the current First Minister of Scotland?

First Minister of Scotland

First Minister of Scotland Heid Meinister o Scotland Prìomh Mhinistear na h-Alba
Incumbent Nicola Sturgeon since 20 November 2014
Scottish Government Scottish Parliament
Style First Minister (informal) The Right Honourable (UK and Commonwealth) Her Excellency (international)