- First Minister Alex Salmond answered questions from opposition party leaders and backbenchers in the chamber of the Scottish Parliament.
- The weekly Q&A took place the day after Chancellor George Osborne confirmed Holyrood would receive an extra £331m in capital spending.
- Questions were dominated by health issues, in particular the issue of funding specialist cancer drugs for NHS patients north of the border.
- Andrew Black
- Mona McAlinden
- Deirdre Kelly
Last updated 6 December 2012Share
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