The final video in our series is out today. It shows Maggie Chapman (Scottish Greens Co-Convenor) visiting our Debt Advice Centre and Food Bank at Edinburgh Gorgie Salvation Army.
Major Kathy Betteridge asks her what can be done to restrict high-cost credit and to support lower cost borrowing, and Beverley Johnston asks her what should be done to ensure that people do not need to resort to food banks.
You can watch the video at http://www.salvationarmy.org.uk/asking-questions-matter-scottish-election-2016
The webpage has links to the previous four videos showing:
· Kezia Dugdale (Scottish Labour Leader) at The Pleasance Lifehouse in Edinburgh
· Willie Rennie (Scottish Liberal Democrat Leader) at Eagle Lodge Older People's Care Home in Leith
· Stuart McMillan (SNP) at Greenock Drug & Alcohol Floating Support Service
· Margaret Mitchell (Scottish Conservatives) at the New Future Employability and Training Centre in Falkirk
Follow the conversation on #AskingQuestionsThatMatter.