The SNP has marked the milestone of 100 days since Humza Yousaf was sworn in as First Minister, by publishing a list of actions and initiatives undertaken by the new administration.
In the first 100 days, Humza Yousaf and his government has delivered a series of measures, including:
- Tripling the fuel insecurity fund from £10 million last year to £30 million in 2023-24.
- Announcing £15m funding to deliver free after-school and holiday clubs across Scotland.
- Awarding more than £15m to a range of projects supporting people affected by problem substance use.
- Announcing £25m investment to support the North East’s Just Transition.
- Awarding £1m of support for GP practices to help tackle health inequalities.
- Publishing the first annual report on the Tackling Child Poverty Delivery Plan.
- Publishing a new national strategy, backed by £2m investment this year, to help cut violent crime further and reduce the harm it causes.
- Hosting a cross-party summit on tackling poverty and inequality in Scotland.
- Launching a new Cancer Strategy as well as publishing a refreshed Stroke Improvement Plan.
- Confirming emergency measures to protect tenants during the cost of living crisis will be extended.
- Signing the Verity House Agreement with COSLA, a transformative new deal for local government in Scotland.
- Providing funding to help Scotland’s successful food and drink sector to grow sustainably over the next five years.
- Establishing the New Deal for Business Group to deepen links with the private sector.
- Setting out the Scottish Government’s plans for a written constitution in an independent Scotland.