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Economy – Monday 28th March at 12.30pm
ScotlandVotes: The Scotland on Sunday Debates – Economy
The last in our series of election debates. Come along for your chance to grill the Cabinet Secretary for Finance, John Swinney, and the opposition spokespeople.
The debate is likely to be wide and focus on the state of the Scottish economy, employment, Scottish Enterprise, small business, the role of the public sector, shared services, financial powers of the Parliament, transport, planning and Scottish Water. If you want to find out what the parties think about these issues or ask a question, then you need to register to get involved.
How to get involved
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The Economy Spokespeople
- John Swinney, SNP
- Andy Kerr, Scottish Labour
- Jeremy Purvis, Scottish Liberal Democrats
- Derek Brownlee, Scottish Conservatives