1. To ask the Scottish Government how it is tackling fuel poverty. (S5O-03431)
I thank the minister for that very full answer. Will the minister join me in congratulating Knowes Housing Association, in Faifley, Clydebank, which received a visit from the board of the Office of Gas and Electricity Markets this week in recognition of its exceptional work in reducing poverty and embracing the use of renewables? It has installed solar roof panels on most of its properties.
The cabinet secretary will not be surprised by just how many members in the chamber think that we can increase the budget at a stroke. Will he confirm that under the current devolution settlement, the Scottish Parliament is not permitted to overspend its budget, and that his statement demonstrates a consequence of that: we are in a position of having to manage budgetary expenditure so that we...
Scottish National Party MSP for Clydebank and Milngavie
Entered the Scottish Parliament on 6 May 1999 — Election
Also represented West of Scotland; Central Scotland
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