If we have all those problems, that raises a question: who has been running the country for the past 40 or 50 years among the crowd on the other parties' benches?
The First Minister offered to send me a copy of his speech, but he will not be surprised to learn that he does not need to do that, because I have examined his speech closely. It contains a number of interesting ideas. The big idea was a promise to take action against
"dealers who sell drugs to ... children at the school gate".
That idea is admirable, but six years ago in "Labour's covenant with Scotland", the people were made an identical promise by Labour:
"We will ... introduce ... 'drugs cordons' round Scottish schools, whereby anyone caught dealing in drugs within a specified radius will be liable for tougher penalties."
Since that promise was made six years ago, how many drug cordons have been established around Scottish schools and where are they?