Scottish Greens to vote on SNP power-sharing agreement after climate target ditched

In December she said, external “nearly all the issues that have lost us support in the last year are found in the Bute House agreement and not in the SNP manifesto.”

The Greens, said Ms Forbes, had a progressive, ideological agenda which was unpopular in the country at large and were also hitting rural communities with over-regulation and tax hikes.

The party, led jointly by Patrick Harvie and Lorna Slater, has been involved in several difficult policy issues, with legislation stalling on issues as varied as protecting the oceans, recycling bottles and making it easier to change gender.

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