I am responding on behalf of my party because the First Minister decided to open the debate again for the Scottish Government. Only one thing is worth adding to my comments in the chamber last week. If the debate so far has served one purpose, it has been to show why most people in Scotland do not want the Government and the Parliament to be sidetracked by the division and rancour of yet...
The Prime Minister has been absolutely clear, time after time and in response to question after question—in the media, in statements and in the House of Commons—that now is not the time and that it will take time for a deal to bed in. What I find remarkable and cannot believe is the idea that the one person the Prime Minister has taken into her trust is the First Minister, who has...
Sit down. [ Interruption .] I think that I have answered the First Minister’s question. I will not take another intervention. Nothing changed yesterday. Just as she announced two weeks ago in Bute house, the First Minister wants to start a referendum campaign now. She wants to fire the starting gun on an 18-month countdown to a referendum. She wants to have people knocking on our doors...
Conservative MSP for Edinburgh Central
Entered the Scottish Parliament on 6 May 2011 — Election
Also represented Glasgow
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