KATE Forbes has backed calls to “check in” with SNP members on whether the Scottish Government should continue with the Bute House Agreement – suggesting a ballot could take place at this year’s party conference.

She is now the third former Scottish Government minister to call for a ballot on the co-operation agreement which saw the Greens backing the SNP minority Scottish Government on the bulk of its policies in 2021.

It comes after both Fergus Ewing and Alex Neil said members should have a say when conference takes place in Aberdeen in October following the departure of Greens’ first UK parliamentarian, Robin Harper, from the party.

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The Scottish Greens Party Council unanimously voted to support the election of Humza Yousaf as First Minister and to continue the Bute House Agreement following his SNP leadership election win earlier this year.

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This is a readers' poll and cannot be taken as statistically representative of the views of SNP members. The poll will be open until Friday afternoon.