3. To ask the Scottish Government what training and support it provides to people no longer working in the oil and gas sector. (S4O-05688)
I thank the cabinet secretary for her answer, but can she give us some more detail on how the training to work in tourism, food and drink, and life sciences is made accessible to people in order to create a sustainable, diverse economic future for the north-east?
I did not sign the motion, because although I read the report and thought that it was very good, I think that something is missing: it needs a stronger emphasis on where people buy their food every day. People buy their food from the major retailers. We need to take a stronger approach with the major retailers, not just by having better legislation and regulation as in other countries, but by...
Former Scottish National Party MSP for North East Scotland
Entered the Scottish Parliament on 15 May 2013 — Appointed, regional replacement
Left the Scottish Parliament on 23 March 2016 — Election
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