GREENS minister Lorna Slater told aides she didn’t want to work every day at the COP26 eco conference.

The MSP — paid nearly £100,000 a year for her Scottish Government role —  also warned officials should arrange no more than “two things in a day” during the Glasgow summit.

An email from her private secretary revealed  Edinburgh-based Ms Slater — who earns £98,045 for her ministerial role — issued a string of orders including adequate days off, no early starts following a late finish and plenty of time to eat during the UN conference in Glasgow.

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