Session 2010-12
Publications on the internet

The Register of Members' Financial Interests: Part 1
As at 18th April 2011

JAMIESON, Cathy (Kilmarnock and Loudoun)

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

Member of Scottish Parliament, Edinburgh EM99 1SP. I receive one third of an MSP’s salary which I will donate to charity.

30 June 2010, net salary received of £1,411.89. Hours: 100 hrs.

31 July 2010, net salary received of £1,411.89. Hours: 100 hrs.

31 August 2010, net salary received of £1,411.89. Hours: 100 hrs.

30 September 2010, net salary received of £1,411.89. Hours: 100 hrs.

(Registered 10 October 2010)

31 October 2010, net salary received of £1,411.89. Hours: 100 hrs.

30 November 2010, net salary received of £1,411.89. Hours: 100 hrs.

(Registered 30 November 2010)

31 December 2010, net salary received of £1,411.89. Hours: 100 hrs.

31 January 2011, net salary received of £1,411.89. Hours: 100 hrs.

(Registered 7 February 2011)

28 February 2011, net salary received of £1,411.89. Hours: 100 hrs.

(Registered 2 March 2011)

6. Overseas visits

Name of donor: ACTION (Advocacy to Control TB Internationally) Project within RESULTS UK

Address of donor:

Amount of donation (or estimate of the probable value): £2,800, including return flights, accommodation, per diem for 6 days and 5 nights)

Destination of visit: Rwanda

Date of visit: 19-26 February 2011

Purpose of visit: to educate MPs on the impact of tuberculosis on development, visiting Rwanda as an example for other African countries in tackling tuberculosis and HIV coinfection, and learning about the impact of support to Rwanda through bilateral and multilateral channels. The delegation also looked into how UK aid is currently being utilized in the fight against TB and HIV in Rwanda and the future role of UK aid.

(Registered 23 March 2011)