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I rise to speak against the draft Presumption Against Short Periods of Imprisonment (Scotland) Order 2019, which will bring in a presumpt
I wish to speak in support of Daniel Johnson’s amendments 2 and 128.
As I presume that Mr McArthur will speak later, I will not—I want to move on.
I have nothing particular to add, other than to say to the cabinet secretary that it is abundantly clear from the drafting of the amendme
I thank those members who have spoken, and I am grateful to Daniel Johnson for his support.
Parliament will be well sighted on amendment 105 and the reasons for it, and it is imperative, in my view, that Parliament has its say.
With your permission, Presiding Officer, I will speak in response to that, rather than just say yes or no.
No. Amendment 17 not moved.
All my amendments in the group seek to reverse Daniel Johnson’s terminology amendments at stage 2.
Amendment 138 deals with an issue that has concerned me right from the start.