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Scottish Parliament – First Minister’s Questions.
11:40am General Questions
Marie McNair S6O-01239
1. To ask the Scottish Government what progress is being made in encouraging employers to pay the real Living Wage.
Paul Sweeney S6O-01240
2. To ask the Scottish Government whether it will provide an update on the delivery of the missions of the Scottish National Investment Bank.
Murdo Fraser S6O-01241
3. To ask the Scottish Government whether it will provide an update on progress towards its commitment to deliver a free laptop or tablet to every school child in Scotland.
Alexander Stewart S6O-01242
4. To ask the Scottish Government what it is doing to support the mental health and wellbeing of officers and staff within Police Scotland.
Mark Griffin S6O-01243
5. To ask the Scottish Government what the support capacity of Home Energy Scotland was before this was increased by 12,000 households.
Rhoda Grant S6O-01244
6. To ask the Scottish Government how it is strengthening transport links to rural areas.
Jim Fairlie S6O-01245
7. To ask the Scottish Government what its position is on the continued use of Asulox for bracken control.
12:00pm First Minister’s Questions
Douglas Ross S6F-01209
1. Question to be taken in Chamber.
Anas Sarwar S6F-01210
2. Question to be taken in Chamber.
Maggie Chapman S6F-01224
3. To ask the First Minister what the Scottish Government’s analysis is of the potential risks to Scotland’s economy of the UK Government’s proposed legislation to override the Northern Ireland Protocol.
Emma Harper S6F-01223
4. To ask the First Minister, in light of summer officially commencing next week on 21 June, what action the Scottish Government is taking to promote responsible access to Scotland’s countryside.
Craig Hoy S6F-01214
5. To ask the First Minister whether she will provide an update on the Scottish Government’s policy regarding investment in nuclear fusion technology.
Jackie Baillie S6F-01228
6. To ask the First Minister what the Scottish Government is doing to tackle the reported growing use of locum staff in the NHS.
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