Jackson Carlaw spent four questions in the fantasyland of Tories wanting to spend more on the NHS.
Richard Leonard wastes his first question by not asking a coherent question, second attempt nailed it to the time allowed the DWP and Councils to collect debt.
Willy Rennie was unusually positive today on the subject of the Michelin closure and Brexit opposition.
Constituency questions on financing mountain rescue teams, living wage, music lessons, food banks, NHS and single person discounts for council tax and water.
James Kelly brought up bigotry and racism in football following the Neil Lennon incident, seems to have forgotten that his benches supported the repeal of the offensive behaviour legislation.