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To ask the Scottish Government for what reason ongoing emissions are not included in the carbon assessment of its Budget proposals on road building, as noted by the Scottish Parliament Information Centre (SPICe) in the briefing paper, Scottish Budget 2019-20.


Current Status: Expected Answer date 14/01/2019

To ask the Scottish Government, further to the answer to question S5W-20420 by Roseanna Cunningham on 13 December 2018, whether surveillance aircraft, unmanned aerial vehicles or drones were deployed to the incident in the Firth of Lorn on 18-19 November 2018.


Current Status: Expected Answer date 11/01/2019

To ask the Scottish Government, further to the answer to question S5W-20420 by Roseanna Cunningham on 13 December 2018, in light of its explanation of the location of Marine Scotland’s Marine Protection Vessels, what its position is on whether the fleet has sufficient capacity.


Current Status: Expected Answer date 11/01/2019

To ask the Scottish Government, further to the answer to question S5W-20226 by Mairi Gougeon on 13 December 2018, in which it stated that “Public authorities are not obliged to record and report how they take in to account the National Marine Plan in decision making”, how it ensures that public authorities comply with the policies in the National Marine Plan.


Current Status: Expected Answer date 11/01/2019

To ask the Scottish Government on how many occasions in each of the last five years Marine Scotland has utilised (a) surveillance aircraft, (b) unmanned aerial vehicles or drones and (c) a rigid-hulled inflatable boat for marine compliance purposes, broken down by (i) date and (ii) location.


Current Status: Expected Answer date 10/01/2019

To ask the Scottish Government what proportion of freight is conveyed by rail.


Current Status: Due in Chamber on 20/12/2018

To ask the Scottish Government, further to the answer to question S5W-20238 by Fergus Ewing on 7 December 2018, whether it will provide the information that was requested regarding whether it or its agencies compiled an economic impact assessment regarding the funding associated with the production of feed for the (a) aquaculture industry and (b) Marine Harvest Feed Plant at Kyleakin and, if so, whether it will publish this.


Current Status: Expected Answer date 08/01/2019

To ask the Scottish Government what discussions it has had with ScotRail regarding any plans to increase the frequency of rail services between Inverness and Elgin.


Current Status: Expected Answer date 08/01/2019

To ask the Scottish Government what assessment has been made of the length of time trains wait at passing loops on the Inverness to Aberdeen rail line, and how this can be reduced.


Current Status: Expected Answer date 08/01/2019

To ask the Scottish Government, in light of its responsibility for prioritising rail infrastructure projects, whether it has plans to reinstate double track on the rail line between Inverness and Dalcross.


Current Status: Expected Answer date 08/01/2019
 
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