Here are some more topical Coronavirus questions I would like to put to the First Minister and Prime Minister.
Should I call the police if a cyclist or jogger shoots past me in Glasgow Green, breathing very heavily and failing to observe the 2 metre 'social distancing' rule?
(NB this happens frequently and is not an isolated occurrence)
What can the police do since the culprits are likely to be halfway to Dalmarnock or Partick by the time any officers arrive?
Wouldn't it be more sensible all round if the people engaged in these cycling and jogging activities were required to wear face masks to help prevent the spread of the virus?
I did send my previous question (see post below) to both the First Minister and Prime Minister, so I'll let readers know if I get a reply.
I doubt I will ever get the chance to ask the First Minister or Prime Minister a question about Coronavirus, but if I did here's what I would ask Nicola and Boris.
"Why is a store like B&Q allowed to open while Currys/PC World is forced to remain closed?"
Now I visited our local B&Q last week to buy some paint, plants, compost and whatnot.
I have to say I felt perfectly safe, just as safe as I do on the regular visits to our local supermarket because everyone practiced social distancing, including the staff also wore visors.
More FMQs/PMQs to follow in the days ahead - maybe I'll email them into Nicola and Boris to increase my chances of getting an answer.