MSP, Argyll and Bute
I am happy to say to Mr Findlay that I recognise the importance of the point that he raised. There are elements in the bill, such as the protections for the environment, the charter of fundamental rights and the points about employment that Labour raised, that are different from what is in the withdrawal bill at UK level and which, if the circumstances that he described prevail, might require...
I have previously said that we will provide the opportunity for scrutiny of any deal. Nothing will be agreed unless this chamber agrees to it.
I will address that point immediately. I have addressed it with Neil Findlay, but I am happy to do so with Johann Lamont. I appreciate the work that has been done in scrutinising the proposed legislation, and I will say more about that later. The work of all parties has improved the bill, and that will be clear this afternoon; it is clear from the number of amendments that we have accepted...
Scottish National Party MSP for Argyll and Bute
Entered the Scottish Parliament on 6 May 1999 — Election
Also represented South of Scotland
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