LABOUR blasted Nicola Sturgeon as “out of ideas”, after accusing the SNP of making a retail investment pledge containing just one per cent of new money.
They said the £275million announced by the SNP had already been included in last year’s programme and the extra aid to high streets amounted to only £10million.
Party deputy Jackie Baillie said: “Scotland’s businesses and high streets have been devastated by coronavirus.
“But all the SNP is willing to offer them next term is a measly £10million extra.
“After 14 years in government and seven years as the First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon is clearly out of ideas.