Unsurprisingly there has been a mixed reaction from Scotland’s MSPs to the plans put forward for this session of the Scottish Parliament by the SNP/Green Scottish Government.
Scottish Greens Say They Will Continue To Challenge HIAL’s Remote Towers Regardless of The SNP/Green Deal
“”The Orkney Greens will continue to oppose the centralisation plans contained in the HIAL ATMS proposals”
“For us here in Orkney and in the other two islands authorities, this document fails to deliver on the Islands Act. “
The Scottish Rewilding Alliance, is calling on the Scottish Greens to make the trial reintroduction of lynx and the widespread relocation of beavers a core part of any agreement they reach with the Scottish National Party.
“Military spending makes us less safe and wastes vital resources on outdated notions of military strength.”
“The Flotta terminal has a working life left of less than a decade, but it could have an innovative future as for example a Green hydrogen hub, and we’d be delighted if that scenario transpires.”
“An article in the New European (March 25th) on the possibility of the next Chancellor of Germany being from the Green Party got me thinking about the status of green parties in the UK. “
” I wish to thank the Scottish Green Party for securing a £800 pay rise (per annum, pro rata) for most public sector workers in Scotland in the recently agreed Scottish Budget. “
Orkney Islands Councillor John Ross Scott has joined the Scottish Greens and hopes to stand for the Party in next year’s council elections.
There has been a mixed response across the political spectrum to Kate Forbes’ Budget for Scotland.