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First Minister's Questions (BSL)

Thursday 08 September 2022 12:00 PM


Douglas Ross S6F-01310 1. Question to be taken in Chamber. Anas Sarwar S6F-01311 2. Question to be taken in Chamber. Gillian Mackay S6F-01341 3. To ask the First Minister what further steps the Scottish Government will take to support tenants facing the cost of living crisis. Fergus Ewing S6F-01315 4. To ask the First Minister, in light of the loss of life as a result of road traffic incidents on the A9 over the summer, on sections of the road that have not been dualled, what plans the Scottish Government has to publish a timetable setting out when the dualling of the A9, and A96, will be delivered. Craig Hoy S6F-01338 5. To ask the First Minister what assessment the Scottish Government has made of overtime in Scotland’s NHS. Pauline McNeill S6F-01325 6. To ask the First Minister what action the Scottish Government plans to take in light of reported figures showing that sexual and violent crime in Scotland has risen significantly over the last five years. followed by Members' Business — S6M-05082 Rhoda Grant: Fair Tax Week That the Parliament notes that Fair Tax Week took place from 11 to 19 June 2022 and that the week celebrates companies and organisations that hold the Fair Tax Mark, which certifies that the company or organisation pays the correct level of tax in the correct jurisdiction at the correct time; understands that many companies and organisations in the Highlands and Islands, including the Co-op Party, the Co-operative Group, Scotmid Co-op, SSE and Scottish Water, have already received the Fair Tax Mark; acknowledges the results of recent polling, which reportedly found that 66% of people believe that governments and local authorities should at least consider a company’s ethics and how it pays its tax; notes the calls on local authorities in Scotland to consider signing the Councils for Fair Tax Declaration, and further notes the calls on the UK Government, Scottish Government and local government to look at ways of incorporating the Fair Tax Mark into public procurement processes in order to ensure that public funds go to companies that pay their way.

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