All 4 results for jeremy corbyn speaker:Keith Brown

Scottish Parliament: Scottish National Investment Bank (8 May 2018)

Keith Brown: ..., who asked us to get rid of some strategies, she wanted us to create some more. I think that the £20 billion was contingent upon—this is a big if—Labour winning the next election and Jeremy Corbyn finding £200 billion to put into the economy. We have heard it before. We should not have had to reissue the tender for the ScotRail contract because Labour was going to win in 2015 and...

Scottish Parliament: Fair Work (22 Mar 2018)

Keith Brown: ...they will protect the workers in Scotland or, indeed, the UK post-Brexit. It is very important that we speak out when we do not agree. I do not agree with those people in the Labour Party, such as Jeremy Corbyn, who talk about importing cheap agency labour or who have mugs with comments on them about controls on immigration. That is not respect for the workforce and it is not respect for...

Scottish Parliament: Single Market and Trade (European Union Referendum) (15 Nov 2016)

Keith Brown: The member says that we have broken the consensus. I remind Jackie Baillie that in September, when Jeremy Corbyn indicated that he did not favour single market membership, Kezia Dugdale tweeted the First Minister, saying “@scottishlabour absolutely committed to EU and single market and supportive of SNP efforts to retain both”. It is Jackie Baillie who has changed her position. Can she...

Scottish Parliament: HM Naval Base Clyde (Spending) (8 Oct 2015)

Keith Brown: ...might want to see whether she can get her colleagues in the Labour Party on side. The debate has, inevitably, strayed into party-political areas. To go back to an earlier point, I would not condemn Jeremy Corbyn for what he said about not pressing the nuclear button—rather, I would commend him. What I would condemn—

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