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I thank the cabinet secretary for his statement and for the Scottish Government’s active involvement in the smelter; I know that the cabinet secretary knows it well. The cabinet secretary was involved in the launch of a—[ Inaudible. ]—about the expansion plans. He is right to say that it is important that there is no speculation. Is he currently able to talk about the status of that...
Like others before me, I would like to thank everyone who has brought us to this point in the bill, and to congratulate Emma Harper, who has worked extremely hard over four years, as we have heard. Success will arrive in a very short time—the bill will achieve the success that it deserves. Within the past fortnight, in Sutherland, just north of me here, there was a serious incident in which...
I warmly welcome the cabinet secretary’s statement. We support the full devolution of rail powers. The cabinet secretary said that he would allow the trade unions to make representations. Rather than the trade unions responding to decisions that have already been taken, will he ensure that they are round the table shaping the new service?
Green MSP for Highlands and Islands
Entered the Scottish Parliament on 6 May 2011 — Election
Party was Scottish National Party until 23 Oct 2012; Independent until 23 Mar 2016
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