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Holyrood’s debates could be chaired by a Green MSP for the first time, with senior SNP sources indicating the next presiding officer should be drawn from Green ranks in the run-up to the COP26 climate change conference. Lothians MSP Alison Johnstone has emerged as a front-runner for the job being vacated with the departure of Ken Macintosh, who is not seeking re-election as an MSP in May. The Greens are the only party at Holyrood not to have held the post, and Johnstone will almost certainly be returned at next year’s election, having been placed top of the party list for the Lothians.

Times 22nd Nov 2020 read more »

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