The first minister has included mental health and a low carbon economy among priorities

Nicola Sturgeon has pledged to boost spending on mental health, low carbon cars, schools and hospitals as she unveiled a low-key legislative programme.

The first minister said the programme, based around 12 new bills, built on last year’s “radical” reforms but it was roundly attacked from across the political spectrum as tepid and uninspiring.

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