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 A motion or amendment is live if it has not been debated, withdrawn or otherwise deleted from the list.

Where a motion or amendment has been withdrawn, it is indicated in this section the day after it has been withdrawn.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-10034 Joe FitzPatrick on behalf of the Parliamentary Bureau: Business Motion—That the Parliament agrees—

(a) to the following revision to the programme of business for Tuesday 13 May 2014—

delete

5.00 pm Decision Time

and insert

6.15 pm Decision Time

(b) that Rule 2.2.5(a) of Standing Orders be suspended for the purpose of allowing the Parliament to meet beyond 5.30 pm on Tuesday 13 May 2014.

*S4M-10033 Fiona Hyslop: Time to Shine Youth Arts Strategy—That the Parliament welcomes the publication of Time to Shine, the arts strategy to support Scotland’s children and young people to flourish through culture and creativity; recognises the excellent work carried out across youth arts to support young people engaged with culture and creativity; congratulates Scotland’s youth arts organisations and companies, in particular the National Youth Choir of Scotland, the National Youth Orchestras of Scotland, Y-Dance, the Scottish Youth Theatre, the National Youth Pipe Band of Scotland and the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland; also recognises the many young people involved in the work of Scotland’s national performing companies, the National Theatre of Scotland, Scottish Ballet, the Scottish Chamber Orchestra, the Royal Scottish National Orchestra and Scottish Opera, and notes the continued importance of collaboration, working with local government and other parties to ensure that participation, creativity, talent development and cultural expression are developed now and in the future.

Supported by: Humza Yousaf*

*S4M-10032 Murdo Fraser: St Johnstone Up for the Cup—That the Parliament wishes St Johnstone the best of luck ahead of its Scottish Cup final showdown with Dundee United; understands that, in its 130-year history, this is the first time that the Perth club has ever reached the Scottish Cup final; recognises that St Johnstone has previously played in eight Scottish Cup semi-finals without making it to the final; notes that this will also be the first ever all-Tayside Scottish Cup Final; believes that Saints fans have already snapped up 10,500 tickets for the final; commends Tommy Wright and his players for what it considers a superb season, and hopes that the Scottish Football Writers’ Association Young Player of the Year, Stevie May, can fire them to the title on 17 May 2014.

*S4M-10031 Margaret Mitchell: The Outstanding Work of Colin Prior—That the Parliament recognises what it considers the outstanding work of the Scottish photographer, Colin Prior; notes that what it sees as the stunning landscape photographs that he has produced have resulted in a documentary being broadcast on BBC 2 Scotland, which charts his work both in Scotland and from his recent trip to the Karakoram mountain range between Pakistan, India and China; understands that it was the Scottish Highlands that first inspired Colin to take photographs focusing on the interaction between light and the land; welcomes the international success of the Bothwell-based photographer, and wishes him success in his future photographic endeavours.

Supported by: Jackie Baillie*, Tavish Scott*, Sandra White*, Nanette Milne*, Liz Smith*, Jamie McGrigor*, Christina McKelvie*, Mike MacKenzie*, Cameron Buchanan*, Richard Lyle*, Roderick Campbell*, Annabelle Ewing*, Mary Scanlon*, Fiona McLeod*, Anne McTaggart*

*S4M-10030 Roderick Campbell: St Andrews has the Best University in Scotland—That the Parliament recognises that the University of St Andrews has been ranked as the best university in Scotland and fourth best in the UK in The Complete University Guide 2015 and notes that St Andrews was recognised in particular for its high degree completion rate, high levels of student satisfaction, international research strengths and the quality of degrees achieved by its students.

Supported by: Joan McAlpine*, Stuart McMillan*, Liz Smith*, Jamie McGrigor*, Sandra White*, Christina McKelvie*, Mike MacKenzie*, Richard Lyle*, Rob Gibson*, Bill Kidd*, Annabelle Ewing*

*S4M-10029 Anne McTaggart: Passenger Numbers Continue to Rise at Glasgow Airport—That the Parliament notes that passenger numbers at Glasgow Airport rose by 4.9% in April 2014, that over 576,300 people travelled through the airport, with domestic and international traffic up 2.4% and 7.9% respectively compared with the same period last year; believes that the airport is continuing to benefit hugely from international events hosted by Scotland, including BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend, The Ryder Cup and the Commonwealth Games; considers that the second phase of the airport’s extensive £17 million investment programme, which will transform large areas of the terminal ahead of the Commonwealth Games, will reinforce its position as Scotland’s largest charter hub and encourage growth in the tourism sector; understands that 7,300 jobs across Scotland are supported by the airport, and commends management and staff on their successful efforts to retain the business of 30 international airlines that fly from Glasgow to over 100 destinations worldwide.

Supported by: Hanzala Malik*, Alex Rowley*, David Stewart*, Jackie Baillie*, Sandra White*, Mike MacKenzie*, Bill Kidd*

*S4M-10028# Christine Grahame: Oh no not another Motion—That the Parliament notes that, of around 10,000 motions lodged during the current parliamentary session, the word “congratulates” appears 4,584 times, “award” 1,500 times and “lottery” 688 times; further notes that, in the Parliament’s Business Bulletin on 12 May 2014, new motions and those with additional support take up over 40 pages; notes views that, with 15 years since the Parliament was established, it is time to review the procedure and practice of lodging motions; believes that it is appropriate for there to be two categories of motion, those that seek a members’ business debate, which should not require, as in this case, an artificial reference to Midlothian South, Tweeddale and Lauderdale, and motions of national relevance, and considers that congratulatory messages should follow a separate process such as a message board on the Parliament’s website or contained in an interactive display in a public area, which could include a short video or images of the individuals, groups or issues mentioned in the message, thereby saving at least 40 pages of print and cluttered in-boxes.

Supported by: Alex Fergusson*

*S4M-10027 Lewis Macdonald: Duthie Park Success—That the Parliament congratulates Duthie Park in Aberdeen on being named Top Major Park out of 5,000 in the UK by the Playspotter website; notes that this is only one in a series of awards that Duthie Park has secured in recent years, including the Jim Murdie Trophy for Permanent Landscaping from Beautiful Scotland and the Gold Award for Outstanding Contribution to Play from the Nancy Ovens Trust; welcomes the appreciation for the hard work carried out by the Friends of Duthie Park volunteers and Aberdeen City Council in improving and maintaining the park, and looks forward to a successful summer of record visitor numbers.

Supported by: Jackie Baillie*, Nanette Milne*, Liz Smith*, Anne McTaggart*, Mike MacKenzie*, Richard Lyle*

*S4M-10026 Murdo Fraser: St Andrews Tops Scottish University League Table—That the Parliament congratulates the University of St Andrews, which has been named the fourth best university in the UK; understands that this represents a continuation from its 2013 placing of fourth; notes that St Andrews is Scotland’s oldest higher education institution and celebrated its 600th anniversary in 2013; understands that The Complete University Guide rates the strengths and weaknesses of UK universities on nine key indicators, student satisfaction, research assessment, entry standards, student to staff ratio, spending on academic services, spending on student facilities, good honours degrees achieved, graduate prospects and completion; considers that strong research facilities and high levels of student satisfaction were crucial in helping St Andrews become Scotland’s top university, and hopes that its success can continue.

Supported by: Jamie McGrigor*, Liz Smith*, Nanette Milne*, Alex Johnstone*, Anne McTaggart*, Mike MacKenzie*, Richard Lyle*, Cameron Buchanan*, Roderick Campbell*, John Lamont*, Mary Scanlon*

*S4M-10025♦ Claire Baker: Celebrating the Scottish Spud—That the Parliament acknowledges the success of Scottish potatoes at home and abroad, recognising what it understands is their sector value of around £100 million; believes that around 80% of British seed potatoes are grown in Scotland, including in Mid Scotland and Fife, and welcomes that Scotland is classified as a high grade region for seed potato production and that only pre-basic or basic potatoes can be marketed and planted in Scotland; understands that 30% of seed potatoes grown in Scotland are exported to EU and non-EU countries, resulting in Scotland being Europe’s second biggest seed exporter; further understands, however, that the consumption of fresh potatoes in Scotland has declined by 13% since February 2012 compared to a 9% and 10% fall in England and Wales; believes that the work undertaken by organisations such as the Potato Council to develop and promote the potato industry is vital for the sector in Scotland; celebrates the Grow Your Own Potatoes project, which is in its 10th year, noting that nearly 800 schools across Scotland are getting ready to harvest their latest crops; highlights what it sees as the important research being conducted by the council, which currently involves around 30 projects, and considers that potatoes are a sustainable, affordable and healthy product that are part of a balanced diet.

Supported by: Alex Rowley*

*S4M-10024 Joe FitzPatrick: Procurement Reform (Scotland) Bill—That the Parliament agrees that, during stage 3 of the Procurement Reform (Scotland) Bill, debate on groups of amendments shall, subject to Rule 9.8.4A, be brought to a conclusion by the time limit indicated, that time limit being calculated from when the stage begins and excluding any periods when other business is under consideration or when a meeting of the Parliament is suspended (other than a suspension following the first division in the stage being called) or otherwise not in progress:

Groups 1 and 2: 50 minutes
Groups 3 to 5: 1 hour 25 minutes
Groups 6 to 9: 2 hours 15 minutes
Groups 10 to 12: 2 hours 55 minutes.

*S4M-10023 Ken Macintosh: Establishment of the Asthma UK Centre for Applied Research—That the Parliament celebrates the establishment of the Asthma UK Centre for Applied Research as the UK’s first coordinated, integrated approach to applied asthma research; shares its goal of finding better treatments for asthma and getting them to patients quicker than ever before; understands that the centre brings together the UK’s top asthma researchers alongside people with asthma and the healthcare professionals who treat them, putting people with asthma, and their needs, at the heart of all its research, and understands that the centre is coordinated through the University of Edinburgh and Queen Mary University of London and backed by 13 of the UK’s leading academic and NHS organisations and that it will fast-track new treatments, be cost-effective through reducing duplication and be plugged directly into NHS primary care, ensuring that all of its discoveries and findings become a part of mainstream asthma treatment as quickly as possible.

Supported by: Alex Rowley*

*S4M-10022# Sandra White: Operation Blue Star—That the Parliament notes with sadness the 30th anniversary of Operation Blue Star in 1984, which, it considers, led to the massacre of countless Sikhs from across India’s Punjab; notes recently released documents that acknowledge British foreknowledge of and involvement in the planning of the operation; echoes the UK Government’s statement that “These events led to a tragic loss of life and we understand the very legitimate concerns that these papers will raise”, and notes calls from the Sikh community at Glasgow’s Gurdwara and across the UK for transparency and closure for those affected by the operation through a public inquiry.

Supported by: Roderick Campbell*, Jean Urquhart*, Hanzala Malik*, Anne McTaggart*, Christina McKelvie*, Mike MacKenzie*, Richard Lyle*, Rob Gibson*, Bill Kidd*

*S4M-10021 Jackie Baillie: Happy Birthday, Christie Park Primary School—That the Parliament congratulates Christie Park Primary School in Alexandria on celebrating its 50th anniversary; notes that the occasion was marked at an open evening on 1 May 2014 attended by former staff and pupils; further notes that an exhibition was set up at the school with photographs and documents dating back to when the school first opened in 1964, and sends its best wishes to everyone at the school for the future.

Supported by: Roderick Campbell*, Colin Beattie*, Bill Kidd*, Mike MacKenzie*, Anne McTaggart*, Kevin Stewart*, Annabelle Ewing*, Kenneth Gibson*, Neil Findlay*, Sandra White*, Richard Lyle*, Stuart McMillan*

*S4M-10020 Aileen McLeod: Scottish Government Increasing Nurses’ Pay—That the Parliament notes that International Nurses’ Day is celebrated on 12 May 2014; recognises that the Scottish Government has acted to improve pay for Scotland’s nurses who, from 1 April 2014, will receive a 1% pay rise while no such increase will be applied in England; understands that a nurse in Scotland will typically earn £23,363 in April 2015, compared to £22,903 in England, a difference of £460, while the lowest paid NHS staff in Scotland could earn £1,064 more than their counterparts in England, in part due to the application of the living wage in Scotland; congratulates the Scottish Government on honouring its commitments to pay the living wage, and acknowledges what it considers the debt of gratitude that is owed to nurses in NHS Scotland for their dedication and professionalism, which is very often above and beyond the call of duty.

Supported by: Stuart McMillan*, Colin Beattie*, Joan McAlpine*, Bill Kidd*, Mike MacKenzie*, John Mason*, Kevin Stewart*, George Adam*, Graeme Dey*, Kenneth Gibson*, Annabelle Ewing*, Adam Ingram*, Sandra White*, Christina McKelvie*, Richard Lyle*, Rob Gibson*, Roderick Campbell*, Chic Brodie*, Fiona McLeod*

*S4M-10019 John Mason: Professor Gavin McCrone’s Evidence to the Finance Committee—That the Parliament notes and commends the evidence from Professor Gavin McCrone to the Finance Committee on 7 May 2014, in which he said, “I would also like to see the UK Government look more critically at the whole business of takeovers. There are occasions on which a takeover is necessary and, indeed, helpful—for example, when a company is in difficulty and will collapse if it is not taken over. However, there are many cases in which a company is taken over just for aggrandisement of the management or because the shareholders will get a short-term gain, and so on. The Cadbury case is a well-known example in the UK, and the Scottish & Newcastle case in Scotland seems to me to be a similar example. I would like to see a bit more grit in the system, so that takeovers are not easily done unless it can be shown very clearly that the takeover will be to the advantage of the company and the country in which it operates. The present hullabaloo about Pfizer and AstraZeneca is an example of the same thing.”

Supported by: Angus MacDonald*, Colin Beattie*, Roderick Campbell*, Joan McAlpine*, Mike MacKenzie*, Christina McKelvie*, Stuart McMillan*, Kevin Stewart*, Jean Urquhart*, Rob Gibson*, Sandra White*, Richard Lyle*

*S4M-10018 Mark McDonald: Relaxed Screening at His Majesty’s Theatre in Aberdeen—That the Parliament welcomes the relaxed screening of Horrible Histories at His Majesty’s Theatre in Aberdeen; understands that the less formal atmosphere and changes to sound levels and lighting effects will allow people with autism and sensory disorders and their families to enjoy the performance; commends all relaxed performances in theatres for providing an inclusive environment, and hopes that the tradition of relaxed performances will continue to remove barriers and enable people usually excluded to enjoy access to this form of entertainment.

Supported by: Nanette Milne*, Joan McAlpine*, John Mason*, Patricia Ferguson*, Chic Brodie*, Stuart McMillan*, Roderick Campbell*, Colin Beattie*, Mike MacKenzie*, Bill Kidd*, Anne McTaggart*, Kevin Stewart*, Jean Urquhart*, Graeme Dey*, Rob Gibson*, Annabelle Ewing*, Neil Findlay*, Adam Ingram*, Sandra White*, Richard Lyle*

*S4M-10017 Graeme Dey: Dissolution of Age Concern Angus—That the Parliament commends the work of Age Concern Angus, which, for almost half a century, represented older people in the county; believes that although the organisation was wound up in May 2014, its aims are being carried on through the work of various other groups, including the area’s day care centres and its citizens’ advice service; understands that the chair, Dr Betty Cohen, and her late husband, Dr Cyril Cohen, were instrumental in the efforts of the organisation throughout its existence; notes that, at the final meeting, Betty highlighted that the group’s first newsletter was issued by her husband in 1970, with the last one delivered shortly before his passing in autumn 2013, and recognises that, for some years, it was represented on Angus Council’s older people’s planning group and conducted surveys of over-75s in Kirriemuir, Forfar and Montrose, which provided valuable information on older people’s health and circumstances.

Supported by: Joan McAlpine*, Nanette Milne*, Stuart McMillan*, Colin Beattie*, Bill Kidd*, Mike MacKenzie*, Anne McTaggart*, Alex Rowley*, Kevin Stewart*, Annabelle Ewing*, Adam Ingram*, Sandra White*, Richard Lyle*, Rob Gibson*, Roderick Campbell*, Fiona McLeod*

*S4M-10016 Graeme Dey: New Carnoustie Golf Course—That the Parliament welcomes the opening of a new six-hole golf course on Carnoustie links, which aims to encourage more young people to take up the sport; understands that the course, which has been built around the site of the former first hole of the Buddon Links, was unveiled on 9 May 2014 and has been named the Craw’s Nestie Links; notes that the Carnoustie Golf Links Management Committee and the school sport coordinator, Emma Thomas, organised a competition in conjunction with schools in the Carnoustie catchment area, which involved pupils designing their own version of the course and naming it; understands that entries from Monikie, Newbigging, Woodlands, Burnside and Carlogie primary schools went on display in the Pro Centre and that there was a public vote to select the winner, and congratulates the P7 pupils from Carlogie Primary School on their choice of name being selected and its class 7B winning the course design prize. R

Supported by: Nanette Milne*, Aileen McLeod*, Christian Allard*, Joan McAlpine*, Bill Kidd*, Mike MacKenzie*, Kevin Stewart*, Liz Smith*, Stuart McMillan*, Annabelle Ewing*, Adam Ingram*, Sandra White*, Richard Lyle*, Rob Gibson*, Chic Brodie*

Motions and amendments which have attracted additional support

S4M-10015 Top Housing Award for West Lothian Student ­(lodged on 09 May 2014) Hanzala Malik*, James Kelly*, Jackie Baillie*, Sarah Boyack*, Colin Beattie*, David Stewart*, Margaret McCulloch*, Anne McTaggart*, Alex Rowley*, Patricia Ferguson*, Richard Lyle*

S4M-10014 Positive Future as Blackburn Partnership Centre Plans Progress (lodged on 09 May 2014) Hanzala Malik*, Jackie Baillie*, Sarah Boyack*, Colin Beattie*, David Stewart*, Margaret McCulloch*, Anne McTaggart*, Patricia Ferguson*, Richard Lyle*, Sandra White*

S4M-10013 Livingston’s Ryan Foskett’s Award for Supporting a Friend with Haemophilia ­(lodged on 09 May 2014) Sandra White*

S4M-10012 Mandela’s Legacy to Inspire a New Generation of Youth Sport in West Lothian ­(lodged on 09 May 2014) Hanzala Malik*, Jackie Baillie*, Sarah Boyack*, David Stewart*, Margaret McCulloch*, Anne McTaggart*, Patricia Ferguson*, Claudia Beamish*, Sandra White*, Richard Lyle*

S4M-10011 20th Anniversary of Nelson Mandela’s Inauguration as the President of South Africa ­(lodged on 09 May 2014) Lewis Macdonald*, Jackie Baillie*, Sarah Boyack*, David Stewart*, John Finnie*, Mike MacKenzie*, Margaret McCulloch*, Fiona McLeod*, Stuart McMillan*, Anne McTaggart*, John Pentland*, Alex Rowley*, Bill Kidd*, Patricia Ferguson*, Neil Findlay*, Richard Lyle*, Sandra White*, Annabelle Ewing*

S4M-10010 Milestone for Carnoustie Theatre ­(lodged on 09 May 2014) Colin Beattie*, Mike MacKenzie*, Margaret McCulloch*, Kevin Stewart*, Annabelle Ewing*, Adam Ingram*, Richard Lyle*, Sandra White*

S4M-10009 Barry Mill Bicentenary ­(lodged on 09 May 2014) Colin Beattie*, Mike MacKenzie*, Margaret McCulloch*, Fiona McLeod*, Kevin Stewart*, Annabelle Ewing*, Adam Ingram*, Richard Lyle*, Sandra White*

S4M-10008 Peelham’s Adopt-a-Pig Scheme is a Winner ­(lodged on 09 May 2014) John Lamont*, Jamie McGrigor*, Colin Beattie*, Mike MacKenzie*, Margaret McCulloch*, Richard Lyle*, Sandra White*, Annabelle Ewing*

S4M-10007 Helena Costa’s Managerial Appointment ­(lodged on 09 May 2014) Colin Beattie*, John Finnie*, Mike MacKenzie*, Margaret McCulloch*, Adam Ingram*, Richard Lyle*, Sandra White*, Annabelle Ewing*

S4M-10006 Hunterhill Care Home ­(lodged on 09 May 2014) Colin Beattie*, Mike MacKenzie*, Adam Ingram*

S4M-10004 St Stephen’s Promoting World Fair Trade Day ­(lodged on 09 May 2014) James Kelly*, Jackie Baillie*, Sarah Boyack*, Colin Beattie*, Mike MacKenzie*, Margaret McCulloch*, Alex Rowley*, Sandra White*

S4M-10003 Aberdeen’s Engagement Strategy with Japan ­(lodged on 09 May 2014) Margaret Mitchell*, Sarah Boyack*, Colin Beattie*, Margaret McCulloch*, Sandra White*

S4M-10002 Woodlands Nursery School, Hamilton ­(lodged on 09 May 2014) Colin Beattie*, Margaret McCulloch*, Sandra White*

S4M-10001 Inchlair Nursery School, Stenhousemuir ­(lodged on 09 May 2014) Colin Beattie*, Sandra White*

S4M-10000 Kirkcaldy Woman’s Design Selected for New Installation ­(lodged on 08 May 2014) Kevin Stewart*, Sandra White*, Gil Paterson*, Maureen Watt*

S4M-09999 Best Curry to be Found in Dalkeith ­(lodged on 08 May 2014) Kevin Stewart*, Gil Paterson*, Maureen Watt*

S4M-09998 Firefighter from Kirkcaldy Recognised for Acting Beyond the Call of Duty ­(lodged on 08 May 2014) Sarah Boyack*, Alex Rowley*, Sandra White*, Gil Paterson*, Maureen Watt*

S4M-09997 Building Success at GHA ­(lodged on 08 May 2014) Colin Beattie*, Mike MacKenzie*, Adam Ingram*, Maureen Watt*

S4M-09996 Wishaw Juniors ­(lodged on 08 May 2014) Sandra White*

S4M-09995 Glasgow Kelvin Hits a High Note with the Reopening of the Kelvingrove Bandstand ­(lodged on 08 May 2014) Sarah Boyack*, Gil Paterson*, Maureen Watt*

S4M-09994 Parliament’s Changing Places Toilet Facility ­(lodged on 08 May 2014) Sandra White*, Gil Paterson*

S4M-09993 Glasgow City Council Allocates £47 Million to School Upgrades (lodged on 08 May 2014) Sarah Boyack*, Alex Rowley*

S4M-09992 Fife Schools are Top of the Class as National Award Finalists (lodged on 08 May 2014) Sarah Boyack*, Alex Rowley*, Sandra White*

S4M-09991 St Ambrose Goes to the Final ­(lodged on 08 May 2014) Sarah Boyack*, Sandra White*, Gil Paterson*

S4M-09990 Congratulations to OIC’s Leslie Manson ­(lodged on 08 May 2014) John Finnie*, Kevin Stewart*, Sandra White*, Gil Paterson*, Maureen Watt*

S4M-09989 SCCRC Review into Megrahi Conviction ­(lodged on 08 May 2014) Patrick Harvie*, Kevin Stewart*, Jean Urquhart*, Christine Grahame*, Sandra White*

S4M-09988 St Machar Parent Support Project Funding Award ­(lodged on 08 May 2014) Sandra White*, Gil Paterson*, Maureen Watt*

S4M-09987.1 Scottish Independent Living Fund ­(lodged on 08 May 2014) Sarah Boyack*, Margaret McCulloch*

S4M-09987 Scottish Independent Living Fund ­(lodged on 08 May 2014) John Mason*, John Finnie*, Sandra White*, Gil Paterson*, Maureen Watt*

S4M-09986 Kirkcaldy Man Raises Money for Local Charities ­(lodged on 08 May 2014) Angus MacDonald*, Colin Beattie*, Mike MacKenzie*, Margaret McCulloch*, Adam Ingram*, Sandra White*, Maureen Watt*

S4M-09985 Glasgow Clyde College’s Economic Contribution ­(lodged on 08 May 2014) Colin Beattie*, Sandra White*, Gil Paterson*, Maureen Watt*

S4M-09984 Our Lady and St Patrick’s High School Reaches the Finals of the Scottish Education Awards ­(lodged on 08 May 2014) Sandra White*, Gil Paterson*

S4M-09982 National Review of Asthma Deaths ­(lodged on 08 May 2014) Maureen Watt*, Sandra White*, Gil Paterson*

S4M-09981 Cycle Ride for Mental Health Awareness Week ­(lodged on 08 May 2014) Maureen Watt*, Sarah Boyack*, Sandra White*, Gil Paterson*

S4M-09980 International Fibromyalgia Awareness Day ­(lodged on 07 May 2014) Maureen Watt*, Sarah Boyack*, John Finnie*, Sandra White*, Gil Paterson*

S4M-09979 ME Awareness Day ­(lodged on 07 May 2014) Maureen Watt*, John Finnie*, Sandra White*, Gil Paterson*, Michael McMahon*

S4M-09978 Dying Matters Awareness Week ­(lodged on 07 May 2014) Maureen Watt*, Aileen McLeod*, Sandra White*, Gil Paterson*

S4M-09976 Give the Tinkers’ Heart of Argyll back to the Travelling People (lodged on 07 May 2014) Sandra White*

S4M-09975 Marsali Taylor’s New Novel, The Trowie Mound Murders ­(lodged on 07 May 2014) Maureen Watt*, John Finnie*, Sandra White*

S4M-09974 Education is the Fundamental Human Right ­(lodged on 07 May 2014) Maureen Watt*, Willie Coffey*, Aileen McLeod*, John Finnie*, Sandra White*, Gil Paterson*

S4M-09973 Glasgow Restaurateurs to Represent Pakistan’s Lawn Bowls Team (lodged on 07 May 2014) Sandra White*

S4M-09972 Europe Day ­(lodged on 07 May 2014) Maureen Watt*, John Finnie*, Sandra White*, Gil Paterson*

S4M-09971 Top Marks for Glasgow’s Teachers ­(lodged on 07 May 2014) Maureen Watt*, Sandra White*, Gil Paterson*

S4M-09970 Bute’s Fyne Futures’ Project Gains Global Recognition ­(lodged on 07 May 2014) Maureen Watt*, John Finnie*, Sandra White*, Gil Paterson*

S4M-09969 Social Growth Fund ­(lodged on 07 May 2014) Maureen Watt*, John Finnie*, Sandra White*, Gil Paterson*

S4M-09968 Samaritans’ Prison Listener Scheme 20th Anniversary ­(lodged on 07 May 2014) Maureen Watt*, Sandra White*, Gil Paterson*

S4M-09967 Congratulating Scouts Scotland on its Growth ­(lodged on 07 May 2014) Maureen Watt*, Sandra White*, Gil Paterson*

S4M-09966 Twenty Years of South African Nuclear Disarmament ­(lodged on 07 May 2014) Maureen Watt*, John Finnie*, Sandra White*, Gil Paterson*

S4M-09965 Stop the Traffik ­(lodged on 07 May 2014) Maureen Watt*, Sandra White*, Gil Paterson*

S4M-09962 Congratulating the Shetland Community Bike Project ­(lodged on 06 May 2014) Sandra White*

S4M-09961 Scottish Musicians to Showcase at The Great Escape Festival in Brighton ­(lodged on 06 May 2014) Maureen Watt*, Sandra White*, Gil Paterson*

S4M-09960 Dementia Awareness Week ­(lodged on 06 May 2014) Maureen Watt*, John Finnie*, Sandra White*, Gil Paterson*

S4M-09959 World No Tobacco Day ­(lodged on 06 May 2014) Maureen Watt*, Gil Paterson*

S4M-09958 National Epilepsy Week ­(lodged on 06 May 2014) Maureen Watt*, John Finnie*, Sandra White*, Gil Paterson*

S4M-09956 Action on Brain Injury Week ­(lodged on 06 May 2014) Sandra White*

S4M-09955 Mental Health Awareness Week ­(lodged on 06 May 2014) Sandra White*

S4M-09954 Deafness Awareness Week ­(lodged on 06 May 2014) Sandra White*

S4M-09953 Congratulations to Woodlands School and Grampian Disability Sport ­(lodged on 06 May 2014) Jackie Baillie*, Sandra White*

S4M-09952 UK Government and Zero-hours Contracts ­(lodged on 06 May 2014) Sandra White*

S4M-09951 Nothing Wasted at Macsween ­(lodged on 06 May 2014) Sandra White*

S4M-09950 Encouraging Report on Scotland’s Oil, Gas and Supply Industry (lodged on 06 May 2014) Sandra White*

S4M-09949 Douglas Academy, Debating Champions ­(lodged on 06 May 2014) Sandra White*

S4M-09948 Oil and Gas UK’s Reports on Industry Supply Chain ­(lodged on 06 May 2014) Sandra White*

S4M-09947 Centenary of Perth Royal Infirmary ­(lodged on 06 May 2014) Sandra White*

S4M-09946 Viral Meningitis Week ­(lodged on 06 May 2014) Sandra White*

S4M-09939 Elena Baltacha, 14 August 1983 to 4 May 2014 ­(lodged on 06 May 2014) Sandra White*

S4M-09938 Stoneywood Scout’s Jamboree Fundraising ­(lodged on 06 May 2014) Sandra White*

S4M-09937 New Psychoactive Substances Banned from Music Festivals (lodged on 06 May 2014) Alison McInnes*, Sandra White*

S4M-09935 Alloa Fire Station 50th Anniversary ­(lodged on 02 May 2014) Maureen Watt*

S4M-09934 Young Farmers from the West of Scotland Grow Asparagus ­(lodged on 02 May 2014) Maureen Watt*

S4M-09932 Congratulations to Glasgow Gurdwara on its First Anniversary (lodged on 02 May 2014) Maureen Watt*

S4M-09930 Congratulations to The Dance House ­(lodged on 02 May 2014) Maureen Watt*

S4M-09929 Partick Thistle Charitable Trust Scores £50,000 Grant ­(lodged on 02 May 2014) Maureen Watt*

S4M-09920 Congratulations to Paralympic Swimming Hopeful, Shannon Crosbie ­(lodged on 02 May 2014) Maureen Watt*

S4M-09919 Congratulations to 3D Drumchapel ­(lodged on 02 May 2014) Maureen Watt*

S4M-09866 Tartan Army Sunshine Appeal 50th Consecutive Donation ­(lodged on 29 April 2014) Willie Coffey*

S4M-09815.1 Renfrewshire Council’s Tackling Poverty Commission ­(lodged on 06 May 2014) Sandra White*

S4M-09416 Amnesty International’s The Rights Referendum ­(lodged on 20 March 2014) Jamie Hepburn* R

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