Currently, there are no plans at this time. As Mr Mountain is aware, any proposals for Government business in Parliament are agreed by the Scottish Cabinet, subject to consideration by the Parliamentary Bureau and, in turn, approval by Parliament.
This is the third time today that I have been asked a question that is outwith my portfolio. I take that as a compliment to my ministerial abilities. I encourage Edward Mountain to continue to engage with health colleagues. I am happy to pass on his concerns to my health colleagues as well.
At the heart of the discussion and debate are the families and people who are employed at BP Grangemouth. Those are the people and the community that the Scottish Government and the cabinet secretary take very seriously when we discuss the matter. The cabinet secretary is currently seeking to meet the trade unions. Let us not forget that the decision is a commercial decision that has been...
Scottish National Party MSP for Paisley
Entered the Scottish Parliament on 6 May 2011 — Election
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