Section F: Motions and Amendments

Motions and amendments are normally printed the day after they are lodged. If an amendment is lodged to a motion then the original motion will appear alongside the amendment, along with any support lodged that day, in this section.

Each Monday, this section also contains all motions and amendments lodged the previous week that are still live and any motions and amendments that have been lodged for debate in the coming week. A motion or amendment is live if it has not been debated, withdrawn or otherwise deleted from the list.

Where a motion or amendment has been withdrawn, it is indicated in this section the day after it has been withdrawn. Support for motions and amendments received after they are lodged is shown at the end of this section the day after such support is received.

Motions and amendments can be published with various symbols

  • Asterisks before the motion or amendment number indicate a motion or amendment published for the first time
  • Asterisks also identify alterations to the text of a motion or amendment made since it was first published
  • A hash symbol identifies motions eligible for debate at Members’ Business
  • A diamond symbol identifies motions lodged for Members’ Business that have not yet attracted the required cross-party support
  • An "R", identifies motions or amendments in which the Member who lodged it has a registrable interest.

The Parliamentary Bureau periodically deletes motions or amendments not scheduled for debate and which are over six weeks old.

Any questions in relation to this section should be directed to the Chamber Desk

New and altered motions and amendments

*S4M-02773 Graeme Dey: Glamis Castle and Arbroath Abbey Have States’ Appeal—That the Parliament welcomes the news that Glamis Castle, birthplace of the Queen Mother, family home of the Earls of Strathmore since 1372 and the setting for Shakespeare’s play, Macbeth, has been awarded a Silver Award of Excellence from CIE Tours International at the recent VisitScotland Expo at the Royal Highland Centre in Edinburgh; congratulates the famous royal household on being voted the number one Scottish tourist attraction by 96% of CIE Tours customers; applauds Glamis Castle for also featuring alongside Cumbernauld, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Arbroath Abbey, the Angus venue of the signing of the Declaration of Arbroath, which provided the template for the American Declaration of Independence in 1776, in the upcoming Scotland-based episodes of Scots-born Craig Ferguson’s The Late Late Show, which will air on US television station, CBS, from 14 May 2012 and which are expected to attract almost two million viewers per episode; expresses the hope that, with exposure of this magnitude in the United States, more American visitors will take the opportunity to travel to Arbroath and Glamis to take in as many of the local sights as possible, enjoy local hospitality, eat and drink locally and keep coming back to see more of the country that exported so many people and provided what it considers so much inspiration to create the modern-day United States of America.

Supported by: Richard Lyle*, Angus MacDonald*, Rob Gibson*, Jamie McGrigor*, Nigel Don*, Dennis Robertson*, Kenneth Gibson*, Adam Ingram*, Colin Beattie*, Mark McDonald*, Chic Brodie*

*S4M-02772 Kenneth Gibson: FairFuelUK Campaign—That the Parliament supports the FairFuelUK Campaign, which aims to reverse the Chancellor of the Exchequer’s decision to increase fuel duty by 3.06p per litre plus VAT in August 2012; understands that the campaign is supported by the RAC, the Road Haulage Association, the Freight Transport Association and the Fuelcard Company; notes that these groups have worked with the campaign to highlight the economic implications of the levels of fuel duty in the UK, which, it understands, is among the highest in Europe and places businesses at a competitive disadvantage by impacting on the cost of goods, services and inflation; considers that high fuel prices have an adverse economic effect, have been a contributory factor to the UK recently re-entering recession and limit economic recovery and growth; notes the research by the Centre of Economics and Business Research, which suggests that a 2.5p per litre reduction in fuel duty would generate 175,000 jobs and boost GDP by 0.32% over a year; notes that the campaign has gained support from over 250,000 members of the public and over 150 parliamentarians, and urges members to support this cause and help prevent what it sees as an unjustifiable fuel tax increase.

*S4M-02771 Fiona McLeod: Acquired Brain Injury Week and the ABI Café—That the Parliament congratulates the ABI café, a monthly support group for people affected by acquired brain injury; commends the mutual support of Ceartas Advocacy and Headway Glasgow in running the group; notes the planned Acquired Brain Injury Seminar on 17 May 2012, to be held in Kirkintilloch and which aims to raise local awareness of acquired brain injury for people directly affected, carers, the public, people working in health, social work and voluntary sector organisations; recognises that this will coincide with Acquired Brain Injury Week, and considers this an excellent way to highlight the issues surrounding caring for someone with a brain injury.

Supported by: Dennis Robertson*, Jamie McGrigor*, Richard Lyle*, Joan McAlpine*, Willie Coffey*, Chic Brodie*, Nigel Don*, Rob Gibson*, Colin Beattie*, Kenneth Gibson*, Adam Ingram*, Stuart McMillan*

*S4M-02770 Stuart McMillan: Congratulating the 2nd Port Glasgow Boys’ Brigade Band—That the Parliament congratulates the 2nd Port Glasgow Boys’ Brigade Band on winning the Open Championship Class trophy at the Boys’ Brigade Scottish Bands’ Contest held at the Caird Hall in Dundee; understands that this is the top category; notes that, in each of the previous three years, it had finished third in the championship; further notes that it faced competition from the Fraserburgh and Tulliallan bands, the winners in 2010 and 2011, and congratulates the "2nd Port" for its performances over the years and its efforts to promote Boys’ Brigade bands across West Scotland.

Supported by: Richard Lyle*, Rob Gibson*, Margaret Burgess*, Gil Paterson*, Bill Kidd*, Hanzala Malik*, Kenneth Gibson*, Jim Eadie*, Nigel Don*, Dennis Robertson*, Adam Ingram*, Joan McAlpine*

*S4M-02769 Claire Baker: Scottish Baker of the Year Competition—That the Parliament congratulates Fife bakers, Barnetts of Anstruther, Stuarts of Buckhaven and Fisher and Donaldson from Cupar, on reaching the final of the first Scottish Baker of the Year competition, launched this year by Scottish Bakers; recognises the quality of Barnetts of Anstruther’s cheese and leek bread and fruit scones, Stuarts of Buckhaven’s Scotch pies and Fisher and Donaldson’s scones, produce that has secured them a place in the final; sends best wishes to all the contestants from across Scotland for the finals on 12 May 2012, and welcomes the establishment of the Scottish Baker of the Year competition to highlight and recognise Scotland’s high quality bakery produce.

Supported by: Colin Beattie*, Jamie McGrigor*, Hanzala Malik*, Bill Walker*, Bill Kidd*, John Park*, Anne McTaggart*, Jim Eadie*, Richard Lyle*, Dennis Robertson*, Jackie Baillie*

*S4M-02768 Claudia Beamish: Staff Cuts at the School of Textiles and Design—That the Parliament notes with concern the announcement by Heriot-Watt University that it will cut 25% of the workforce in its School of Textiles and Design; understands that the 1998 merger of the Scottish College of Textiles and Heriot-Watt University enabled the school to grow and to build up higher education provision in the Scottish Borders; considers that this cut will reduce jobs in Galashiels in a sector that is crucial for the local economy; appreciates the economic challenges facing universities; however, calls on the university to reconsider these cuts, given the increase in budgets for higher education and the importance of the school to the local economy, and commends the University and College Union campaign against these cuts.

*S4M-02767 Margaret Mitchell: Lloyds TSB Scotland Senior Boys Shield—That the Parliament congratulates St Mungo’s High School in Falkirk and Calderglen High School in East Kilbride on reaching the Lloyds TSB Scotland Senior Boys Shield final; notes that the final will take place on 8 May 2012 at St Mirren Park in Paisley; considers that the Scottish Schools’ Football Association provides a wide variety of different competitions for all ages, encouraging school pupils, both boys and girls, to participate in football; believes that the Lloyds TSB Scotland Senior Boys Shield is a tremendous opportunity for these young people in Central Scotland to demonstrate their skills and enthusiasm for football; hopes that it will inspire other young people to participate in sport, and wishes both teams the best of luck.

Supported by: Jamie McGrigor*, Dennis Robertson*, John Lamont*, Colin Beattie*, Jean Urquhart*, Bill Kidd*, Richard Lyle*, Angus MacDonald*

*S4M-02766 Anne McTaggart: Show Racism the Red Card’s Campaign Film Premiere—That the Parliament welcomes Show Racism the Red Card Scotland’s premiere of its latest campaign films, Homophobia: Let’s tackle it and Talking About Homophobia, which took place at Hampden Stadium on 1 May 2012; recognises that the campaign is designed to combat homophobia and discrimination based on sexual orientation in society by using well-known footballers and other sports professionals as role models speaking out against such discrimination; understands that the films are accompanied by educational packs designed to support and inform educators through a variety of activities; acknowledges that the campaign aims to allow young people to explore these issues further, dealing with frequently asked questions, supporting materials, discussion points, learning outcomes and links to other resources and websites; congratulates Show Racism the Red Card on its latest campaign against discrimination; commends the sportspeople, actors and members of the public who contributed to the films on what it considers to be an extremely important issue, and looks forward to the day when all forms of discrimination have been eradicated not just from sport but from all parts of society.

Supported by: Jackie Baillie*, John Park*, John Finnie*, Patricia Ferguson*, Kenneth Gibson*, Bob Doris*, Hanzala Malik*, Colin Beattie*, Claire Baker*, Tavish Scott*, Jean Urquhart*, Bill Kidd*, Roderick Campbell*, Alison Johnstone*

*S4M-02765 Richard Lyle: Healthy Valleys Wins IMPACT Award—That the Parliament acknowledges that South Lanarkshire Healthy Valleys Initiative has won what it considers to be the prestigious GlaxoSmithKline IMPACT Award; understands that this is for the initiative’s contribution to improving health, which was considered to be outstanding; notes that it defeated 351 groups nationwide to win the £25,000 worth of funding, and recognises the hard work and dedication of the Healthy Valleys’ team of staff, volunteers and company directors and its vision to reduce health inequalities in the Clydesdale area.

Supported by: Rob Gibson*, Bill Walker*, Gil Paterson*, Hanzala Malik*, Adam Ingram*, Willie Coffey*, Dennis Robertson*, Jim Eadie*, Joan McAlpine*

*S4M-02764 Sarah Boyack: Congratulations to Pedal on Parliament—That the Parliament congratulates the organisers of the Pedal on Parliament demonstration that took place on 28 April 2012; understands that over 3,000 cyclists from across Scotland took part in the event and that this number exceeded the organisers’ expectations; notes that they cycled from the Meadows in Edinburgh to the Parliament in support of the Pedal on Parliament manifesto; notes that the campaign aims to improve the provision of facilities for cyclists, encourages safe cycling and lobbies for a greater integration of the needs of cyclists into wider transport, infrastructure and planning policies; welcomes the Scottish Government’s commitment to ensure that 10% of all journeys are made by bike by 2020, but considers that, as it is estimated that only 1% of journeys are made by bike at present, a step-change is required, and believes that sustained investment is needed nationally and locally to meet the 2020 target.

Supported by: Drew Smith*, Jackie Baillie*, James Kelly*, Anne McTaggart*, Tavish Scott*, Kezia Dugdale*, Claire Baker*, Elaine Murray*, Hanzala Malik*, Helen Eadie*, Malcolm Chisholm*

*S4M-02763 Anne McTaggart: Credit Unions of Glasgow Strategy Group Continued Success—That the Parliament congratulates Credit Unions of Glasgow Strategy Group on its nomination for the Partnership Award at the 6th Annual Scottish Charity Awards, due to be held on 14 June 2012 at the Old Fruitmarket, Glasgow; considers that there is prestige attached to this nomination; understands that this latest award nomination follows the group’s Gold Award for Strong and Sustainable Communities at the 2012 COSLA Excellence Awards; understands the role that the group has played in membership of credit unions in Glasgow, which has grown within a decade from 2% to 22% of the population; commends the partnership of credit unions strategy group on accomplishing what it considers a significant progression in the credit union movement in Glasgow; considers that there is an extensive network of credit unions in the city, which ensures that members are provided with access to a wide range of financial services; considers that ethical financial institutions such as credit unions have grown in significance following the global financial crisis; recognises the involvement of credit unions with vulnerable groups in society in the wake of the UK Government’s Welfare Reform Bill, and wishes everyone involved with the Credit Unions of Glasgow Strategy Group luck with its award nomination and continued success in the future.

Supported by: Hanzala Malik*, James Kelly*, Bill Kidd*, Patricia Ferguson*, Iain Gray*, Richard Lyle*, Jackie Baillie*, Elaine Murray*, Helen Eadie*, Margaret Burgess*

*S4M-02762 John Park: Dunfermline Vets on a Mission to Malawi—That the Parliament welcomes work being done by staff at the Inglis Veterinary Hospital in Dunfermline to improve animal welfare in Malawi; understands that, on 5 May 2012, they will travel to Malawi’s capital, Lilongwe, to spend 10 days helping to equip and train staff at a veterinary practice; recognises that Malawi is one of the world’s poorest countries; understands that, although it has a population of around 14 million people, there are only nine recognised vets and 434 veterinary assistants to provide basic animal health care; supports the group from Fife, which comprises the co-owner of the Inglis Veterinary Hospital, Adam Tjolle, along with two veterinary nurses and an engineer; understands that the group hopes that this visit will establish a long-term twinning relationship between the two practices; notes the Fife team’s appeal for donations of DIY tools, in particular electrical equipment, cables and sockets, to help their Malawian colleagues, and celebrates this initiative, which it considers will play an important part in improving the welfare of animals in Malawi now and in the future.

Supported by: Sandra White*, Annabelle Ewing*, Liam McArthur*, Bill Kidd*, Patricia Ferguson*, Richard Lyle*, Jackie Baillie*, Colin Beattie*, Joan McAlpine*, Hanzala Malik*, Dennis Robertson*, Iain Gray*, Anne McTaggart*, Elaine Murray*, Christine Grahame*, Roderick Campbell*, Alex Fergusson*, Murdo Fraser*, Elaine Smith*, Helen Eadie*, Kenneth Gibson*, Jean Urquhart*

*S4M-02761 James Kelly: Sideline Bad Behaviour—That the Parliament welcomes the publication by Children 1st of the report of the study by Safeguarding in Sport on the impact on children and young people of spectator behaviour in sport; notes that the study identified that poor behaviour by adult spectators, including verbal and physical abuse, can leave children and young people feeling intimidated and scared and can have a detrimental effect and, in some cases, lasting, negative impact on young people’s participation in sport; welcomes the establishment of the special campaign line by Safeguarding in Sport and Parentline Scotland to handle calls from anyone concerned about bad behaviour on the sidelines of children’s sporting activities and events; believes that it is everyone’s responsibility to protect children and that that responsibility extends to everyone involved in providing sporting opportunities for children and young people, including spectators, and urges all groups and organisations involved in providing sporting opportunities for children and young people to examine the problem in their own sport and back the Sideline Bad Behaviour campaign by taking firm action where poor spectator behaviour exists.

*S4M-02760 Kenneth Gibson: The Beautiful Barony Centre Opens—That the Parliament congratulates the West Kilbride Community Initiative on the official opening of the Barony Centre in the village on 1 May 2012; considers this to be a magnificent cultural, artistic and social facility; notes what it understands has been the hard work, professionalism, commitment, tenacity, energy and enthusiasm of craft development manager, Maggie Broadley, and her team of volunteers and professionals who have invested their time and imagination for years to make this project happen; acknowledges the support and partnership working of the Big Lottery, the Scottish Government, Ayrshire Leader Fund, North Ayrshire Council, the Robertson Trust and others, and believes that, as well as attracting numerous visitors and providing an invaluable exhibition space, the Barony Centre will bring employment and prove vital to the sustainable regeneration of the village.

Supported by: Dennis Robertson*, Adam Ingram*, Jackie Baillie*, Bill Kidd*, Sandra White*, Richard Lyle*, Colin Beattie*, Joan McAlpine*, Rob Gibson*, Bill Walker*, Roderick Campbell*, John Lamont*, Margaret Burgess*, Jean Urquhart*

*S4M-02759 Linda Fabiani: NHS Lanarkshire Awarded Carbon Trust Standard Certification—That the Parliament congratulates NHS Lanarkshire on being the first NHS board in Scotland to be awarded Carbon Trust Standard certification for reducing carbon emissions; notes that NHS Lanarkshire was awarded the certification for reducing its carbon footprint by 2.4% in 2010-11 through a series of projects including upgrading installations and PC power management software; commends the efforts of the staff to achieve this award, and believes that, with what it sees as such innovation and determination, Scotland is capable of reaching climate change targets and leading the world in carbon reduction.

Supported by: Gordon MacDonald*, Colin Beattie*, Rob Gibson*, Sandra White*, Adam Ingram*, Hanzala Malik*, Jean Urquhart*, Bill Kidd*, Dennis Robertson*

Motions and amendments which have attracted additional support

S4M-02737 Congratulations to Castle Precision Engineering Systems (lodged on 30 April 2012) Gordon MacDonald*, Margaret Burgess*, Stuart McMillan*, Rob Gibson*, George Adam*, Hanzala Malik*, Kevin Stewart*, Joan McAlpine*, Bob Doris*, Kenneth Gibson*, Dennis Robertson*, Nigel Don*, Annabelle Ewing*, Paul Wheelhouse*, Mike MacKenzie*, Bill Kidd*, Mark McDonald*, Sandra White*, Humza Yousaf*, Colin Beattie*, Jamie Hepburn*, Willie Coffey*, Adam Ingram*

S4M-02735 Congratulations to Winners of Lloyds TSB Foundation for Scotland Funding (lodged on 30 April 2012) Humza Yousaf*, Adam Ingram*, Richard Lyle*, Dennis Robertson*, Nigel Don*, Angus MacDonald*, Mike MacKenzie*, Joan McAlpine*, Jim Eadie*, Kevin Stewart*, Annabelle Ewing*, Sandra White*, Colin Beattie*, Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-02733.1 Clydesdale Bank Job Losses (lodged on 30 April 2012) Adam Ingram*, Richard Lyle*, Angus MacDonald*, Rob Gibson*, Mike MacKenzie*, Margaret Burgess*, Bob Doris*, Kevin Stewart*, Maureen Watt*, John Mason*, Graeme Dey*, Christine Grahame*, Bill Walker*, Paul Wheelhouse*, Bill Kidd*, Jean Urquhart*, Colin Keir*, Colin Beattie*, Roderick Campbell*

S4M-02733 Clydesdale Bank Job Losses (lodged on 30 April 2012) Iain Gray*, Patricia Ferguson*, Hugh Henry*, Neil Findlay*, Helen Eadie*

S4M-02732 Scottish Charity Awards 2012 Nominations (lodged on 30 April 2012) Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-02731 From Hollywood to North Berwick (lodged on 30 April 2012) Nigel Don*, Kevin Stewart*, Maureen Watt*, Dennis Robertson*, Jean Urquhart*, Colin Keir*, Jamie Hepburn*, Colin Beattie*, Gil Paterson*

S4M-02730 World Asthma Day (lodged on 30 April 2012) Dennis Robertson*, Hugh Henry*, Paul Wheelhouse*, Kevin Stewart*, John Finnie*, Colin Keir*, Colin Beattie*, Mary Scanlon*, Jamie Hepburn*, Bob Doris*, Gil Paterson*

S4M-02729 Stonewall Scotland Gay and Bisexual Men’s Health Survey (lodged on 30 April 2012) John Park*, Claudia Beamish*, Iain Gray*, Jackie Baillie*, Stuart McMillan*, Alison McInnes*, John Finnie*, Fiona McLeod*, Jean Urquhart*, Anne McTaggart*, Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-02728 Murdochs not Fit and Proper People to Run BSkyB (lodged on 27 April 2012) Tavish Scott*, Ken Macintosh*, Patricia Ferguson*, Neil Bibby*, Patrick Harvie*, John Park*, Elaine Murray*

S4M-02727 Get on Your Bike to Raise Awareness for Dementia (lodged on 27 April 2012) Siobhan McMahon*, Margaret Burgess*, Kevin Stewart*, Fiona McLeod*, Jean Urquhart*, Colin Beattie*, Jamie Hepburn*, Sandra White*, Gil Paterson*

S4M-02726 FOCUS Scotland Promotes Volunteers’ Week (lodged on 27 April 2012) Dennis Robertson*, Duncan McNeil*, Fiona McLeod*, Jean Urquhart*, Colin Beattie*, Jamie Hepburn*, Sandra White*, Gil Paterson*

S4M-02725 Congratulations to Paisley’s James Goodfellow OBE, Inventor of PIN Technology (lodged on 27 April 2012) Dennis Robertson*, Colin Beattie*, Annabel Goldie*, Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-02724 International ME Awareness Month (lodged on 27 April 2012) Siobhan McMahon*, Dennis Robertson*, Kevin Stewart*, John Finnie*, Dave Thompson*, Colin Beattie*, Jean Urquhart*, Jamie Hepburn*, Sandra White*, Gil Paterson*

S4M-02723 Carnoustie’s Musical History-makers (lodged on 27 April 2012) Joan McAlpine*, Paul Wheelhouse*, Kevin Stewart*, Jean Urquhart*, Jamie Hepburn*, Gil Paterson*

S4M-02722 West End Festival (lodged on 27 April 2012) Dennis Robertson*, Mike MacKenzie*, Fiona McLeod*, Kevin Stewart*, Jean Urquhart*, Colin Keir*, Anne McTaggart*, Colin Beattie*, Jamie Hepburn*, Bob Doris*, Gil Paterson*

S4M-02721 St Peter’s RC School (lodged on 27 April 2012) Joan McAlpine*, Dennis Robertson*, Paul Wheelhouse*, Colin Beattie*, Jean Urquhart*, Jamie Hepburn*, Gil Paterson*

S4M-02720 East End Development with the 2014 Commonwealth Games (lodged on 26 April 2012) Paul Wheelhouse*, Stuart McMillan*, Jean Urquhart*, Jamie Hepburn*, Sandra White*, Gil Paterson*

S4M-02719 DAVI (lodged on 26 April 2012) Jamie Hepburn*, Alison Johnstone*

S4M-02718 Alcohol Consumption and Cancer (lodged on 26 April 2012) Dave Thompson*, Jamie Hepburn*, Sandra White*, Gil Paterson*

S4M-02717 Cycling through the Borders (lodged on 26 April 2012) Jean Urquhart*, Jamie Hepburn*, Sandra White*

S4M-02716 Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Week 2012 (lodged on 26 April 2012) Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-02715 Online Bullying, Don’t Play The Game (lodged on 26 April 2012) Siobhan McMahon*, Jean Urquhart*, Jamie Hepburn*, Sandra White*

S4M-02714 Headteacher in Arrochar Shortlisted for National Award (lodged on 26 April 2012) Jean Urquhart*, Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-02713 The Return of the STV Appeal (lodged on 26 April 2012) Joan McAlpine*, Dennis Robertson*, Paul Wheelhouse*, Dave Thompson*, Colin Beattie*, Jean Urquhart*, Jamie Hepburn*, Gil Paterson*

S4M-02712 Aberdeen Universities’ Royal Naval Unit (lodged on 26 April 2012) Paul Wheelhouse*, Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-02711 Top Award for University of Dundee (lodged on 26 April 2012) Paul Wheelhouse*, Jean Urquhart*, Colin Keir*, Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-02710 Increased BT Investment in Scotland’s Broadband Infrastructure (lodged on 26 April 2012) Paul Wheelhouse*, Jean Urquhart*

S4M-02708 Kirkcaldy Football Team Wins International Tournament in Blackpool (lodged on 26 April 2012) Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-02707 Congratulations to Pupils of St Margaret’s High School on their Fundraising for Malawi (lodged on 26 April 2012) Jean Urquhart*, Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-02704 SMC Rejection of Prostate Cancer Drug, Abiraterone (lodged on 25 April 2012) Siobhan McMahon*, Ruth Davidson*, Duncan McNeil*, Jackson Carlaw*, Annabel Goldie*

S4M-02703 Humankind Index (lodged on 25 April 2012) Dave Thompson*, Jean Urquhart*, Sandra White*

S4M-02702 Take-up of Housing Benefit and Council Tax Benefit (lodged on 25 April 2012) Gordon MacDonald*, Dave Thompson*, Jean Urquhart*

S4M-02698 Bearsden Primary Reach Euroquiz 2012 Final (lodged on 25 April 2012) Paul Wheelhouse*, Sandra White*

S4M-02697 Congratulations to Glasgow’s Helping Heroes (lodged on 25 April 2012) Paul Wheelhouse*, Colin Keir*, Sandra White*

S4M-02696 Skin Cancer Rates Highlight the Dangers of Sunbeds (lodged on 25 April 2012) Paul Wheelhouse*, Annabel Goldie*

S4M-02695 National Allergy Week, 23 to 29 April 2012 (lodged on 24 April 2012) Dave Thompson*, Annabel Goldie*

S4M-02690 Glasgow International Festival of Visual Art (lodged on 24 April 2012) Siobhan McMahon*

S4M-02689 75th Anniversary of the RNZAF’s Creation by Fife’s Cochrane the Architect (lodged on 24 April 2012) Paul Wheelhouse*, Colin Keir*

S4M-02688 Scottish Companies Leading the Way in Queen’s Awards for Enterprise (lodged on 24 April 2012) Paul Wheelhouse*

S4M-02686 Spinal Injuries Scotland Webcast (lodged on 24 April 2012) Paul Wheelhouse*, Annabel Goldie*

S4M-02685 Dr Alexander Thomson, Rutherglen Old Parish Church (lodged on 24 April 2012) Richard Lyle*, Patricia Ferguson*, Jamie McGrigor*, Mike MacKenzie*, Annabelle Ewing*, Jackie Baillie*, Kenneth Gibson*, Sarah Boyack*, Anne McTaggart*, Bob Doris*, Jim Eadie*, Bill Kidd*, Colin Beattie*, Roderick Campbell*

S4M-02683 Helensburgh Tennis Player Selected for GB World Cup Team (lodged on 23 April 2012) Colin Beattie*, Gil Paterson*

S4M-02681 Better than Going to the Gym, Upper Tweed Railway Paths (lodged on 23 April 2012) Paul Wheelhouse*, Colin Keir*

S4M-02679 Welcoming Creative Skillset (lodged on 24 April 2012) Paul Wheelhouse*

S4M-02677 The Third Psoriasis and Psoriatic Arthritis Conference (lodged on 23 April 2012) Dave Thompson*

S4M-02669 Scottish Scouting’s Continued Success (lodged on 20 April 2012) Paul Wheelhouse*, Dave Thompson*, Sandra White*

S4M-02667 Plain Packaging of Tobacco Review of Evidence (lodged on 20 April 2012) Margaret Burgess*

S4M-02666 Cystic Fibrosis Week (lodged on 20 April 2012) Paul Wheelhouse*, Annabel Goldie*

S4M-02665 Depression Awareness Week (lodged on 20 April 2012) Paul Wheelhouse*, Dave Thompson*

S4M-02663 Congratulations to Grace Smith, Scottish Agricultural College (lodged on 19 April 2012) Sandra White*

S4M-02662 Art Fund Prize 2012 (lodged on 19 April 2012) Paul Wheelhouse*, Sandra White*

S4M-02661 Crime Falls in Strathclyde (lodged on 19 April 2012) Paul Wheelhouse*

S4M-02658 Partnership Protects Wards Estate (lodged on 19 April 2012) Paul Wheelhouse*, Sandra White*

S4M-02657 Pedal on Parliament Action on Cycling (lodged on 19 April 2012) Dave Thompson*

S4M-02655 Dumbarton Supporters Raise Quids For Kids (lodged on 19 April 2012) Sandra White*

S4M-02653 Social Media for Social Good (lodged on 19 April 2012) Sandra White*

S4M-02651 Parkinson’s Awareness Week (lodged on 19 April 2012) Paul Wheelhouse*, Sandra White*

S4M-02650 Mel McLean is a Woman of Influence (lodged on 18 April 2012) Sandra White*

S4M-02649 Breathing New Life (lodged on 18 April 2012) Sandra White*

S4M-02648 Time-limiting of Contribution-based Employment and Support Allowance (lodged on 18 April 2012) Paul Wheelhouse*, Colin Keir*

S4M-02647 Ensure Scotland’s Schools Sound Good (lodged on 18 April 2012) Annabel Goldie*

S4M-02646 Celebrating Scotland’s Heritage (lodged on 18 April 2012) Paul Wheelhouse*, Sandra White*

S4M-02645 Hugh Murray, St Mirren Legend, Leaves after 15 Years’ Service (lodged on 18 April 2012) Paul Wheelhouse*

S4M-02642 Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccine (lodged on 18 April 2012) Paul Wheelhouse*, Colin Keir*, Dave Thompson*, Sandra White*

S4M-02619 Citizens Advice Scotland Graduate Employment Survey (lodged on 16 April 2012) Richard Simpson*

S4M-02590 International Workers’ Memorial Day, Mourn the Dead and Fight for the Living (lodged on 10 April 2012) Angus MacDonald*

S4M-02587 Fairness for Scotland (lodged on 10 April 2012) Sandra White*

S4M-02583 LAMH Recycle Ltd (lodged on 10 April 2012) Sandra White*

S4M-02573 Beyond the Frame (lodged on 04 April 2012) Dave Thompson*, Sandra White*, John Finnie*, Rob Gibson*, Gordon MacDonald*

S4M-02555 University of the West of Scotland Students’ Association (lodged on 03 April 2012) Paul Wheelhouse*

S4M-02552 UK Supreme Court Ruling on Asbestos Exposure (lodged on 30 March 2012) Paul Wheelhouse*

S4M-02539 Dogs Trust (lodged on 29 March 2012) Paul Wheelhouse*

S4M-02538 Western Europe’s Oldest Instrument Discovered on Skye (lodged on 28 March 2012) Paul Wheelhouse*

S4M-02534 National MS Week (lodged on 28 March 2012) Siobhan McMahon*, Alison Johnstone*

S4M-02531 Welcoming Asda Cumbernauld Community Life Project (lodged on 28 March 2012) Paul Wheelhouse*

S4M-02517 Scottish Hazards and FACK Visit to Parliament (lodged on 27 March 2012) Paul Wheelhouse*

S4M-02505 Congratulations to Aberdeen Universities Officers’ Training Corps (lodged on 27 March 2012) Paul Wheelhouse*

S4M-02498 Renewables Industry in Good Shape (lodged on 27 March 2012) Paul Wheelhouse*

S4M-02450 Minimum Wage Freeze (lodged on 22 March 2012) Paul Wheelhouse*

S4M-02441 Reopening of Edinburgh’s Commonwealth Pool (lodged on 22 March 2012) Paul Wheelhouse*

S4M-02436 Fairtrade Fortnight Success (lodged on 21 March 2012) Paul Wheelhouse*

S4M-02413 UK Government Road Privatisation and Tolling (lodged on 21 March 2012) Paul Wheelhouse*

S4M-02328 Twenty Years of PAMIS (lodged on 13 March 2012) Margaret Mitchell*

S4M-02194 Community Radio Coming from a Station Near You (lodged on 01 March 2012) Paul Wheelhouse*

S4M-02153 UK Government Creating Uncertainty for Scottish Shipbuilding (lodged on 28 February 2012) Paul Wheelhouse*

S4M-02119 Welcoming A82 Infrastructure Improvements (lodged on 24 February 2012) Paul Wheelhouse*

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