I want to write to Rona Mackay
Rona Mackay: Even many Tories are alarmed at the prospect of an extreme Brexiteer such as Boris Johnson becoming Prime Minister. Is that not another example of why it is essential that this Parliament keep Scotland’s options open in the face of a clearly broken Westminster system that could inflict even more damage?
Rona Mackay: ...around SLPs are, of course, welcome. Does the Lord Advocate agreed that the proposed reforms that were announced by the United Kingdom Government in December last year, snuck out under the cloud of Brexit chaos, still fall far short of what is necessary to close the many loopholes that exist?
Rona Mackay: 4. To ask the Scottish Government whether the European health insurance card will still be available for residents in Scotland following a no-deal Brexit or during any transition period. (S5O-02752)
Rona Mackay: Does the cabinet secretary agree that the Brexit mess that the Westminster Government has led us into is causing uncertainty at every level and will create more worry and expense for people in Scotland—who did not vote to leave the EU—when travelling abroad for leisure or business?
Rona Mackay: ...agree that the resources that the Scottish Government is investing would be better spent preparing Scotland for the future, rather than mitigating the damage that will be inflicted by a hard Tory Brexit?
Rona Mackay: ...the protection of food supplies, which is the first time that that has happened since world war two. Does the First Minister agree that, when we are contemplating rationing, it is time to stop this Brexit madness?
Rona Mackay: 2. To ask the Scottish Government when it last met the United Kingdom Government to discuss the impact of Brexit on farming and food production in Scotland. (S5O-02340)
Rona Mackay: ...who have spent decades in public service of a fair pension—which is, of course, not a benefit, but a right. Despite the Scottish Government’s fair work initiatives, which the minister outlined, Brexit is casting an extremely dark shadow over employment rights. We know what happens when Tory Governments are left unfettered, and it never benefits ordinary working people. Like Clare...
Rona Mackay: ...to that, and Liam Kerr is in no position of strength to talk about our immigration policy. Why does the Tory Westminster Government make it so difficult for migrants to come and work here? Since Brexit, the Tories have given workers and EU citizens no security, preferring instead to adopt an I-will-if-you-will mentality and to insist that workers from this country are given security in...