MSP, Central Scotland
5. To ask the Scottish Government whether it will provide an update on the dyslexia and inclusive practice professional recognition pilot. (S5O-01477)
I thank the minister for that detailed response. I very much welcome the pilot, but is the minister aware that independent schools were not included in the pilot’s parameters? Can she confirm why that was the case and say whether that omission can be rectified? Clearly, participation of a wide group of stakeholders is most beneficial.
Does the cabinet secretary agree that if the same sheriff who heard the evidence in a domestic abuse case in the criminal court were to rule on civil orders such as non-harassment orders following a domestic abuse conviction, domestic abuse survivors would suffer less trauma? If so, will he confirm that the one-judge proposal will be included in the family justice modernisation strategy...
Conservative MSP for Central Scotland
Entered the Scottish Parliament on 1 May 2003 — Election
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