First Minister’s Questions, live from the Scottish Parliament in Holyrood.
Scottish Parliament – First Minister’s Questions.
Join us for First Minister’s Questions, live from the Scottish Parliament in Holyrood.
11:40am General Questions
Mark Griffin S5O-04294
1. To ask the Scottish Government how many families have been supported by the Neonatal Expenses Fund in the two years that it has been operating.
Jeremy Balfour S5O-04295
2. To ask the Scottish Government what action NHS Lothian is taking to recruit additional clinical staff, in light of recent ISD figures suggesting that one in three young people in the area are waiting over a year for mental health support.
Rachael Hamilton S5O-04297
4. To ask the Scottish Government how it is supporting the agricultural industry with the transition to net-zero carbon emissions by 2045.
Angus MacDonald S5O-04298
5. To ask the Scottish Government what progress has been made on discussions with Falkirk Council and West Lothian Council regarding upgrading the A801 Avon Gorge crossing.
Alex Rowley S5O-04300
7. To ask the Scottish Government what plans it has for addressing potholes on Scotland’s roads.
Adam Tomkins S5O-04301
8. To ask the Scottish Government when it last met NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, and what was discussed.
Richard Lyle S5O-04302
9. To ask the Scottish Government what advice is being given to women who are pregnant regarding the coronavirus, COVID-19.
James Dornan S5O-04303
10. To ask the Scottish Government what funding is available to local authorities and charities for urban planting programmes.
12:00pm First Minister’s Questions
Jackson Carlaw S5F-04053
1. Question to be taken in Chamber.
Richard Leonard S5F-04054
2. Question to be taken in Chamber.
Patrick Harvie S5F-04055
3. Question to be taken in Chamber.
Willie Rennie S5F-04056
4. Question to be taken in Chamber.
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