Anne McTaggart: Yes, I certainly agree with the British Heart Foundation Scotland. Let us be clear. There is a price to be paid for delaying the decision. I have never said that the proposal is a silver bullet, but an opt-out system that is part of an effective organ donation strategy can and will improve organ donation. The legislative process takes time. It has taken me two years to get to this point....
Anne McTaggart: What is currently in place for that to happen?
Anne McTaggart: When?
Anne McTaggart: Will the minister comment on the 70-plus donors that NHSBT has said a soft opt-out would bring if we were to go ahead with it?
Anne McTaggart: Put your money where your mouth is.
Anne McTaggart: 8. To ask the Scottish Government what its position is on introducing a time limit for temporary accommodation. (S4O-05703)
Anne McTaggart: Local authorities report significant increases in the length of time that is spent in temporary accommodation. Typical stays in temporary accommodation are now more than seven months, and for some people it can be up to two years. Will the cabinet secretary support a reduction in the length of time that homeless people have to spend in unsuitable temporary accommodation to 14 days? Will she...