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First Minister’s Question Time

December 7 @ 12:00 pm - 12:45 pm

The eighth FMQs as a podcast.

First Minister: The Rt. Hon. Nicola Sturgeon, Leader of the Scottish National Party (Glasgow Southside)

Questions:

  1. The Rt. Hon. Ruth Davidson, Leader of the Scottish Conservative Party (Edinburgh Central)
  2. Richard Leonard, Leader of the Scottish Labour Party (Lab – Dumbarton)

Constituency Questions

  • Jenny Gilruth, Parliamentary Liaison Officer to the Cabinet Secretary for Education and Skills (SNP – Mid Fife and Glenrothes)
  • Rhoda Grant, Rural Economy and Connectivity Spokesperson (Lab – Highlands and Islands)
  • George Adam (SNP – Paisley)
  • Rachael Hamilton, Shadow Cabinet Secretary for Culture and Tourism (Con – Ettrick, Roxburgh and Berwickshire)
  1. Patrick Harvie Co-convenor of the Scottish Green Party (Glasgow)
  2. Willie Rennie, Leader of The Scottish Liberal Democrats (Mid Scotland and Fife)

Supplementary Questions

  • Anas Sarwar, Health Spokesperson (Lab – Glasgow)
  • Ivan McKee, Parliamentary Liaison Officer to the Cabinet Secretary for Culture, Tourism and External Affairs (SNP – Glasgow Provan)
  1. Kenneth Gibson (SNP – Cunninghame North)

Supplementary Question

  • Liam Kerr, Shadow Cabinet Secretary for Justice (Con – North East Scotland)
  1. Jamie Greene, Spokesperson for Transport and Infrastructure (Con – West Scotland)
  2. Tavish Scott, Spokesperson for Education and Sport (LD – Shetland)

Con 4
SNP 4
Lab 3
LD 2
Green 1

 

The next FMQs will be Thursday 14th December 2017, which will also be Budget Day.The Official Report of the session

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Details

Date:
December 7
Time:
12:00 pm - 12:45 pm
Event Category:
Website:
http://www.fmqs.scot

Venue

The Scottish Parliament
The Royal Mile
Edinburgh, EH99 1SP United Kingdom
Website:
www.parliament.scot