Tricia Marwick MSP

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Tricia Marwick MSP

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  • Member for: Mid Fife and Glenrothes
  • Region: Mid Scotland and Fife
  • Party: No Party Affiliation

Tricia is a member of the following Committees:

Tricia is a member of the following Cross-Party Groups:

Parliamentary Activities

Presiding Officer
Convener of the Conveners Group
Convener of the Parliamentary Bureau
Convener of the Scottish Parliamentary Corporate Body

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Meeting of the Parliament 23 March 2016 : 23 dhen Mhàrt 2016


The Presiding Officer (Tricia Marwick)

Thank you. There is a rumour of a sweepstake on when I will start crying during this speech. I am determined that nobody is going to win that.



Meeting of the Parliament 23 March 2016 : 23 dhen Mhàrt 2016


The Presiding Officer

I am sorry, Ms White, but members need to follow up the question.

Meeting of the Parliament 23 March 2016 : 23 dhen Mhàrt 2016


The Presiding Officer

I am sorry, Ms White, but this question is on land reform. I know how important your question is—



Meeting of the Parliament 23 March 2016 : 23 dhen Mhàrt 2016


The Presiding Officer

We move on to question 4. I call Kevin Stewart.



Meeting of the Parliament 23 March 2016 : 23 dhen Mhàrt 2016


The Presiding Officer

Order.



Meeting of the Parliament 23 March 2016 : 23 dhen Mhàrt 2016


The Presiding Officer

Order.



Meeting of the Parliament 23 March 2016 : 23 dhen Mhàrt 2016


The Presiding Officer

Order.



Meeting of the Parliament 23 March 2016 : 23 dhen Mhàrt 2016


The Presiding Officer

Order.



Meeting of the Parliament 23 March 2016 : 23 dhen Mhàrt 2016


The Presiding Officer

Order.



Meeting of the Parliament 23 March 2016 : 23 dhen Mhàrt 2016


The Presiding Officer

Order. Let us hear the First Minister.

Vote DetailMSP VoteResult
SP Bill 54: Private Rented Housing (Scotland) Act (Stage 2) - Amendment 1
Meeting Date: 17/03/2011
Result - For: 120, Against: 0 Abstain: 0
ForCarried
SP Bill 54: Private Rented Housing (Scotland) Act (Stage 2) - Amendment 15
Meeting Date: 17/03/2011
Result - For: 92, Against: 2 Abstain: 0
ForCarried
S3M-8177.3: Jackson Carlaw: As an amendment to motion S3M-8177 in the name of Charlie Gordon (Transport), leave out from “believes” to end and insert “notes that voluntary partnerships between bus operators and local authorities have proved a successful means of delivering quality bus services in many areas of Scotland; congratulates Perth-based Stagecoach and Aberdeen-based FirstGroup on their unparalleled global success; further congratulates Lothian Buses on being named the best bus company in the UK for 2007 and notes the success that this company has achieved since the Transport (Scotland) Act 1989; therefore, in light of the clear evidence, cautions against the inappropriate regulation of bus services, and urges local authorities concerned about services in their area to examine those voluntary partnerships operating outside the statutory framework that have delivered most in terms of results and to consider what lessons can be learned and applied.”
Meeting Date: 17/03/2011
Result - For: 16, Against: 105 Abstain: 0
AgainstDefeated
S3M-8177.1 Keith Brown: Transport— As an amendment to motion S3M-8177 in the name of Charlie Gordon (Transport), leave out from “believes” to end and insert “notes the Labour proposals for regulation of bus services; recognises the important role that bus services provide to communities across Scotland; welcomes the Scottish Government’s investment of almost £250 million in the bus network, including funding for the national concessionary travel scheme, the Bus Service Operators Grant, which supports the bus network, investment of £4.4 million in the Scottish Green Bus Fund and over £500,000 in retrofitting particulate traps in buses that help reduce costs, and calls for more practical support for passengers and bus companies including the introduction of a fuel duty regulator, as agreed by the Parliament on 2 March 2011, which would be of genuine help to bus users, reducing costs, unlike Labour proposals on VAT, which can be reclaimed and would make no difference to bus companies or users.”
Meeting Date: 17/03/2011
Result - For: 47, Against: 74 Abstain: 0
ForDefeated
S3M-8177 Charlie Gordon: That the Parliament believes that market failure in the bus industry requires legislation to regulate bus services in the best interests of the travelling public.
Meeting Date: 17/03/2011
Result - For: 40, Against: 81 Abstain: 0
AgainstDefeated
S3M-8177.2: Alison McInnes: As an amendment to motion S3M-8177 in the name of Charlie Gordon (Transport), leave out from “believes” to end and insert “recognises the importance of efficient and accessible bus services at a time of high fuel costs and changing travel patterns; welcomes the positive developments in the bus industry in recent years, but believes that more progress can be made in improving access to bus services, encouraging modal shift and reducing congestion; believes that the provision of efficient and affordable bus services must be supported with the necessary infrastructure on both local and trunk roads, including expanded park-and-ride schemes, bus passenger priority measures and accurate and accessible timetable information; supports community transport and demand-responsive transport schemes in areas where public transport availability is limited, and supports the restoration of the Bus Route Development Scheme to aid the development of new and existing registered local bus services that have the potential for growth.”
Meeting Date: 17/03/2011
Result - For: 14, Against: 107 Abstain: 0
AgainstDefeated
S3M-8130 John Swinney: The Local Government Finance (Scotland) Amendment Order 2011—That the Parliament agrees that the Local Government Finance (Scotland) Amendment Order 2011 be approved.
Meeting Date: 16/03/2011
Result - For: 103, Against: 0 Abstain: 15
ForCarried
S3M-8120 Robert Brown: Local Services—That the Parliament notes that Scotland and policing have changed significantly since the existing structure of policing was introduced over 35 years ago; notes the Scottish Government’s consultation papers on police and fire services reform and agrees that, given the significant financial challenges, such reform is necessary to protect and improve local services and to strengthen and improve local accountability and engagement; agrees that reform can only happen if it gives local communities and local elected members a greater say on local priorities and services, and notes that the expectations and requirements of health and social care have similarly changed significantly since existing structures were introduced and that reform is needed to deliver integrated services that are sustainable and appropriate and that make best use of resources focussed on the needs of local populations.
Meeting Date: 10/03/2011
Result - For: 107, Against: 18 Abstain: 1
ForCarried
S3M-8114 Iain Gray: Scotland Bill - UK Legislation—That the Parliament agrees that, further to motion S3M-7550 passed on 9 December 2010 supporting the general principles of the Scotland Bill as introduced in the House of Commons on 30 November 2010, the Bill be considered by the UK Parliament; invites the UK Government and the UK Parliament to consider the amendments and proposals made in the report of the Scotland Bill Committee, and looks forward to considering any amendments made to the Bill with a view to debating them in a further legislative consent motion before the Bill is passed for Royal Assent.
Meeting Date: 10/03/2011
Result - For: 122, Against: 3 Abstain: 1
ForCarried
S3M-8120.2 Kenny MacAskill: Local Services—As an amendment to motion (S3M-8120) in the name of Robert Brown, leave out from "is concerned" to end and insert "notes that Scotland and policing have changed significantly since the existing structure of policing was introduced over 35 years ago; notes the Scottish Government’s consultation papers on police and fire services reform and agrees that, given the significant financial challenges, such reform is necessary to protect and improve local services and to strengthen and improve local accountability and engagement; agrees that reform can only happen if it gives local communities and local elected members a greater say on local priorities and services, and notes that the expectations and requirements of health and social care have similarly changed significantly since existing structures were introduced and that reform is needed to deliver integrated services that are sustainable and appropriate and that make best use of resources focussed on the needs of local populations."
Meeting Date: 10/03/2011
Result - For: 62, Against: 18 Abstain: 46
ForCarried

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Motion S3M-07901: Tricia Marwick, Central Fife, Scottish National Party, Date Lodged: 04/02/2011 Show Full Motion >>
Motion S3M-07217: Tricia Marwick, Central Fife, Scottish National Party, Date Lodged: 14/10/2010 Show Full Motion >>
Motion S3M-07083: Tricia Marwick, Central Fife, Scottish National Party, Date Lodged: 23/09/2010 Show Full Motion >>
Motion S3M-07048: Tricia Marwick, Central Fife, Scottish National Party, Date Lodged: 22/09/2010 Show Full Motion >>
Motion S3M-06592: Tricia Marwick, Central Fife, Scottish National Party, Date Lodged: 16/06/2010 Show Full Motion >>
Motion S3M-06454: Tricia Marwick, Central Fife, Scottish National Party, Date Lodged: 01/06/2010 Show Full Motion >>
Motion S3M-06422: Tricia Marwick, Central Fife, Scottish National Party, Date Lodged: 26/05/2010 Show Full Motion >>
Motion S3M-06239: Tricia Marwick, Central Fife, Scottish National Party, Date Lodged: 30/04/2010 Show Full Motion >>
Motion S3M-06214: Tricia Marwick, Central Fife, Scottish National Party, Date Lodged: 27/04/2010 Show Full Motion >>
Motion S3M-05792: Tricia Marwick, Central Fife, Scottish National Party, Date Lodged: 22/02/2010 Show Full Motion >>
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Question S3W-40351: Tricia Marwick, Central Fife, Scottish National Party, Date Lodged: 08/03/2011 Show Full Question >>
Question S3W-38767: Tricia Marwick, Central Fife, Scottish National Party, Date Lodged: 13/01/2011 Show Full Question >>
Question S3W-30858: Tricia Marwick, Central Fife, Scottish National Party, Date Lodged: 19/01/2010 Show Full Question >>
Question S3W-29831: Tricia Marwick, Central Fife, Scottish National Party, Date Lodged: 09/12/2009 Show Full Question >>
Question S3W-29673: Tricia Marwick, Central Fife, Scottish National Party, Date Lodged: 03/12/2009 Show Full Question >>
Question S3O-08320: Tricia Marwick, Central Fife, Scottish National Party, Date Lodged: 05/11/2009 Show Full Question >>
Question S3W-25828: Tricia Marwick, Central Fife, Scottish National Party, Date Lodged: 14/07/2009 Show Full Question >>
Question S3O-07532: Tricia Marwick, Central Fife, Scottish National Party, Date Lodged: 17/06/2009 Show Full Question >>
Question S3W-23486: Tricia Marwick, Central Fife, Scottish National Party, Date Lodged: 05/05/2009 Show Full Question >>
Question S3W-23487: Tricia Marwick, Central Fife, Scottish National Party, Date Lodged: 05/05/2009 Show Full Question >>

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