“We’ve had £800million worth of support to the people of Scotland, whether it’s through the job retention bonus scheme, whether it’s through the cap cut in VAT, whether it’s through the voucher system which will apply equally across Scotland, whether it’s the training scheme…it doesn’t matter to people in Scotland where that investment comes from.
“What matters is that there’s £800million worth of investment being made in the people of Scotland, £4.3billion in total. And that’s excluding the furlough scheme itself.”
The Scottish Conservatives leader added: “So it seems to me this is very petty politics.
“The Scottish Government have been quick to say at every chance they’re not playing party politics, this looks like party politics with a huge rubber stamp on it.”
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