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Edinburgh South MP Ian Murray joined local Liberton resident, Daniel Scott, in celebrating his success in Parliament’s biggest competition, .

was set

up to raise awareness of intellec- tual property theft and live music issues in Parliament through a nationwide competition to find the best solo act, band, venue and music video UK talent has to offer.

The competition received

over 1000 entries covering over 430 MP constituencies. MPs se- lected their favourite act from

each category and the finalists were selected by a judging panel made of international music in- dustry experts. Ian Murray nomi- nated Daniel for the under-19 solo category and Daniel was chosen as one of the three final- ists.

On being selected for the live final, Daniel Scott said: “

As soon as I heard Daniel’s

demo, I had no hesitation in nom- inating him. Daniel is a very tal- ented singer and musician and he should be very proud of his achievement in reaching the final of a nationwide competition like . Hopefully this

opportunity will give his music greater exposure and I’m sure this will not be the last we hear of him. He may even teach me to play the guitar.

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