4. To ask the Scottish Government what discussions it has had with the United Kingdom Government regarding the reported decline in the number of European tourists visiting Scotland due to negative perceptions associated with Brexit. (S5O-03646)
Does the minister agree that the bungling Brexit approach of the UK Government is unlikely to create a more favourable impression of the UK and Scotland, and will limit the opportunity to recover from the £193 million drop in associated spending that has come with this decline?
I support what Jamie Greene is trying to do, but the implementation of amendment 155 would fall short of what we require in a number of respects. In his comments, Jamie Greene referred to all forms of transport. Let me give an example of a genuine difficulty with that. On a visit to Barra, I rented a cycle for my visit to Vatersay from a little shed at the back of someone’s house. It was a...
Scottish National Party MSP for Banffshire and Buchan Coast
Entered the Scottish Parliament on 7 June 2001 — Byelection
Also represented Banff and Buchan
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