I wouldn't touch them with a bargepole, and especially not after this!
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There was speculation at one point that he was looking for an MSP to step down to trigger a by-election so he'd be delivering the questions during FMQ but couldn't find a willing MSP to step aside. MSPs get a resettlement grant if they aren't re-elected, but if they step down mid-term they lose that. I guess the Labour party themselves weren't willing to reimburse the poor stooge that got left without that tidy sum.
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