Yesterday, the Scottish National Party voted against exempting police officers, care assistants, volunteers, firefighters, shift workers and those on low incomes from having to pay a workplace parking levy. Given that, does the First Minister still agree with her party colleagues who called the levy a progressive “tax on the elite”?
We are being asked by many whether we support trans rights or women’s rights. I think that we can do both, and it is right and proper that every one of us in this chamber does both. Today’s statement will come as a disappointment to some while offering some comfort to others, perhaps in equal measure. I want to ask about the guidance in schools. It was not clear to me from the statement...
The cabinet secretary will agree that new services invariably have teething issues. Serco is not the only company that has suffered from manufacturing issues in delivering new carriages and services. I hope that there is a shared desire among all members for the new service to succeed and to deliver for passengers on both sides of the border. Will the cabinet secretary give an update on...
Conservative MSP for West Scotland
Entered the Scottish Parliament on 7 May 2016 — Election
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