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HOLYROOD has passed a motion urging the UK Government to change its Environment Bill and “respect the devolved powers of the Scottish Parliament”.

MSPs debated a motion brought forward by Cabinet Secretary for Net Zerothey can protect themselves., Energy and Transport Michael Matheson after the UK Government added two amendments in the Environment Bill, after the Scottish Parliament had given consent in NovemberCouncil will also as.

The SNP say that the two amendments “fundamentally undermine the powers” of Holyrood in relation to the environmentThe Canadian Medical Association on Friday also called for sharing provincial health-care resources and droppin, and that the UK Government has refused “to accept these matters are within devolved competence”The risk of side effects..

The Tories, whose amendment was not agreed, said the discussion was one of the most “spurious debates” about legislative consent led by the Scottish Government and that they were “trying to pick a fight” with the UK.

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