MSP, Greenock and Inverclyde
It is clear that this debate will quickly be overtaken by stage 2 of the bill, which will be dealt with by the Finance and Constitution Committee later. However, regardless of what amendments are agreed to tonight, we need to try to protect this Parliament and its devolved powers. Earlier, the minister said that he would not support amendment 35, which seeks to amend section 13. I was pleased...
If Mr Fraser wants to listen, he will hear the answer to that as I progress with my speech. This bill is contingency planning. Any Government that did not plan for the worst in the crisis situation that the UK faces would be undermining its electorate. Regardless of what party—or parties—runs the Scottish Government, it needs to undertake planning to protect the interests of this...
I am sorry—normally, I would, but I cannot. It is also about the best way to provide agricultural support, such as the less favoured area payments, which are essential in Scotland but are not used in England; the best way to devise procurement rules that are tailored to Scotland’s needs; and the best way to protect and enhance our environment, which consists of large areas of...
Scottish National Party MSP for Greenock and Inverclyde
Entered the Scottish Parliament on 3 May 2007 — Election
Also represented West Scotland; West of Scotland
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