Leaders’ second discussion about Holyrood Election Hosted by STV last night, it was more active than the BBC’s first attempt, with the help of a formula that allowed politicians to chat on the ground.
Nicola Sturgeon Hospital failures have been contested, and concerns that young people face cumbersome assessments upon their return to school despite the cancellation of official exams this year, and she has admitted her government has taken its eyes off the number of drug-related deaths around the world. Country.
Inevitably, independence was markedly marked: Sturgeon asked him whether he would respect the outcome if elections were to come back with a pro-independence majority in May, Labor leader, Anas SarwarAvoid the question.
Scottish Conservative Party leader, Douglas RossAnd the Previous comments he made about the Roma and nomadic communities were challenged, when he promised to take tougher measures against them.
Ross said he had already apologized for the remarks, saying he should have answered the question “much better.”
Sturgeon also hinted at proposals for universal basic income in SNP’s upcoming statement, which will be published Thursday.