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 A motion or amendment is live if it has not been debated, withdrawn or otherwise deleted from the list.

Where a motion or amendment has been withdrawn, it is indicated in this section the day after it has been withdrawn.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-10051 Fergus Ewing: Homecoming Scotland 2014—That the Parliament notes the contribution made by each of the themed years in the lead up to Homecoming Scotland 2014; welcomes the role that the Homecoming year is playing in extending the economic and cultural benefits and opportunities offered by the Commonwealth Games, the Ryder Cup, the MTV Europe Music Awards and the Armed Forces Day national event through its year-long, co-ordinated programme of events that are designed to celebrate the very best of Scotland’s food and drink, its assets as a country of natural beauty as well as its rich creativity and cultural and ancestral heritage; supports the Homecoming Scotland 2014 programme, which comprises a series of high-profile signature events, including Whisky Month, Bannockburn Live, the Forth Bridges Festival and the Highland Homecoming, which frame a programme of over 800 funded and partner events taking place throughout the year across every local authority area in Scotland, and acknowledges the successes already achieved through the Homecoming year in raising the profile of Scotland both nationally and internationally as a world class tourism destination.

Supported by: John Swinney*, Derek Mackay*

*S4M-10050 John Pentland: Motherwell FC—That the Parliament congratulates Motherwell Football Club on what it sees as its success in the 2013-14 season in coming second in the Scottish Premiership; believes that the 70 points that the club achieved is the best ever total in its 128-year history; understands also that Motherwell is the first non-Old Firm club for nearly 25 years to do a runners-up double in the Scottish top flight, and applauds the team on their efforts and wishes them good luck for the future.

Supported by: Hanzala Malik*, Neil Findlay*, Kenneth Gibson*, Anne McTaggart*

*S4M-10049 John Pentland: St Thomas Primary School and Nursery, Wishaw—That the Parliament welcomes the Commonwealth Day that was held at St Thomas Primary School and Nursery in Wishaw; understands that the day was arranged to commemorate the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games and included a wide programme of sporting events and visits from Clyde, the official Games mascot, and the athlete, Steve Frew; understands that an opening ceremony was organised where the pupils paraded as different Commonwealth nations, such as India, Kenya, South Africa, Malawi and the Cook Islands, and congratulate the pupils on their day and wishes the school all the best.

Supported by: David Stewart*, Jackie Baillie*, Annabelle Ewing*, Margaret McCulloch*, Anne McTaggart*

*S4M-10048 Patricia Ferguson: New Play Park for Glenavon Road Residents—That the Parliament congratulates the residents of Glenavon Road in Summerston on the completion of their project to have a play park installed in the area; recognises what it sees as the vision, determination and hard work of the Glenavon Residents Association throughout the fundraising process; notes that, as well as using traditional fundraising activities such as jumble sales, funding was obtained from the Maryhill Housing Association, Mears, ScotRail, Comic Relief, Area Committee, Stalled Spaces, Glasgow Land and Environmental Services and Foundation Scotland; considers that the success of this project shows what can be achieved when people get involved in their community and engage with their area housing associations and local authority, and believes that the play park will be appreciated and used by children in the area for many years to come.

Supported by: David Stewart*

*S4M-10047 Kevin Stewart: World Whisky Day—That the Parliament notes that World Whisky Day will take place on 17 May 2014; understands that this global celebration of whisky will see 228 events take place in 176 cities in 37 countries; considers that World Whisky Day provides an amazing opportunity to highlight and promote Scotland’s national drink, and raises a dram to the World Whisky Day founder, Blair Bowman, for all of his efforts.

Supported by: Nanette Milne*, Dennis Robertson*, Jackie Baillie*, Joan McAlpine*, Stuart McMillan*, Graeme Dey*, Annabelle Ewing*, Kenneth Gibson*, Rob Gibson*, Roderick Campbell*, Mike MacKenzie*, Richard Lyle*, John Mason*, Liam McArthur*, Margaret McCulloch*, Christina McKelvie*, Jamie McGrigor*

*S4M-10046 Richard Simpson: Spirit of Stirling Whisky Festival—That the Parliament welcomes what it sees as the success of the third Spirit of Stirling Whisky Festival, which was organised as part of Scotland’s Whisky Month and was held on 10 May 2014 at a new venue, the iconic Stirling Highland Hotel; understands that visitors were able to sample some of the best whiskies that Scotland has to offer, with over 30 distilleries and brands exhibiting on the day and 200 different whiskies available to taste; believes that, each year, tickets for the festival have been sold out and that it provides a boost for Stirling’s economy; wishes the organisers continued success, and hopes that the festival will return in 2015.

Supported by: Hanzala Malik*, Jackson Carlaw*, Nanette Milne*, Liz Smith*, Roderick Campbell*, Jackie Baillie*, Annabelle Ewing*, Kenneth Gibson*, Richard Lyle*, Mike MacKenzie*, Margaret McCulloch*, Anne McTaggart*, Kevin Stewart*, David Stewart*, Jamie McGrigor*

*S4M-10045 Richard Simpson: Stirling Albion and East Fife in League One Play-off—That the Parliament wishes Stirling Albion and East Fife football clubs the best of luck ahead of their two-leg, League One play-off final on 14 and 18 May 2014; congratulates Stirling Albion on winning 8-4 on aggregate against Annan Athletic and East Fife on winning 7-6 in a thrilling penalty shoot-out against Clyde; commends Jordan White of Stirling Albion on scoring a hat-trick against Annan, and notes that Stirling Albion are looking to return to the third tier of Scottish football following two seasons in the bottom division and that East Fife are looking to stay in the division.

Supported by: Jackie Baillie*, Annabelle Ewing*, Murdo Fraser*, David Stewart*, Liz Smith*, Roderick Campbell*, Richard Lyle*, Margaret McCulloch*, Anne McTaggart*

*S4M-10044 Jackie Baillie: Fighting for Young People in Care, Helensburgh’s Tony McDonald Wins Young Scot of the Year—That the Parliament congratulates the Helensburgh man, Tony McDonald, 25, on picking up the Young Scot of the Year 2014 award in Glasgow; understands that Mr McDonald spearheaded a support campaign for young people in care that eventually led to a change in legislation; further understands that Mr McDonald, after successfully fighting drug addiction at an early age, now delivers training sessions and, together with the team at Who Cares? Scotland, has secured a change in the law to ensure that young people can remain in care until the age of 21 instead of 16 as before; congratulates Mr McDonald on his intention to keep campaigning for the rights of young people in care, and wishes him well in his future endeavours.

Supported by: Patricia Ferguson*, Colin Beattie*, Hanzala Malik*, Joan McAlpine*, Neil Findlay*, Mike MacKenzie*, Stuart McMillan*, Anne McTaggart*, Kevin Stewart*, Kenneth Gibson*, Richard Lyle*, Margaret McCulloch*, David Stewart*

*S4M-10043 Jackie Baillie: Set 4 Sport, Andy Murray Sets up Children’s Sports Programme in West Dunbartonshire—That the Parliament welcomes the children’s sports programme, Set 4 Sport, set up by the tennis player, Andy Murray, which is being piloted in West Dunbartonshire; notes that the project is being taken forward by staff from West Dunbartonshire Council’s Community Learning and Development team and Active Schools coaches at Haldane Primary School; understands that Set 4 Sport encourages children to get more active and stimulates their physical and mental health, basic skills and an interest in sport at an early age and will also help parents and children to interact and learn together; believes that the programme could lead to enhanced employment prospects for some of the parents and stimulate their overall social interaction with each other, and wishes all those involved in the Set 4 Sport project well for the future.

Supported by: Anne McTaggart*, Annabelle Ewing*, David Stewart*, Nanette Milne*, Liz Smith*, Jackson Carlaw*, Patricia Ferguson*, Kevin Stewart*, Kenneth Gibson*, Richard Lyle*

*S4M-10042 Jackie Baillie: HUBS Nominated for Scottish Charity Awards 2014—That the Parliament congratulates the campaign, Help Us Be Spontaneous (HUBS), on being nominated for the 2014 Scottish Charity Awards, which will be held in Edinburgh on 5 June; understands that HUBS, which was developed and is led by young members of Enable Scotland, campaigns for accessible transport, aims to secure better support to help disabled people to travel by train, empowers its members with decision making and campaigning skills and shows people with learning difficulties and mobility assistance needs that they can make change happen; encourages and supports the members of the HUBS campaign in their endeavours, and wishes them the best of luck at the awards.

Supported by: Joan McAlpine*, Hanzala Malik*, Colin Beattie*, Annabelle Ewing*, Hugh Henry*, Gordon MacDonald*, Anne McTaggart*, Kevin Stewart*, Richard Lyle*, Margaret McCulloch*, David Stewart*

*S4M-10041 Jackie Baillie: End the Awkward Campaign—That the Parliament welcomes the End the Awkward campaign, launched by the UK disability charity, Scope, in order to encourage social interaction and more natural communication with disabled people; believes that there are more than 11 million disabled people in the UK and that, according to a survey, two out of three people feel uncomfortable talking to someone who is disabled; understands that only half of the disabled people in the UK have jobs because of the wrong assumption being made that they are not intelligent enough or might upset and frustrate other members of staff, despite the fact that the collective disposable income of disabled people in the UK is worth more than £80 billion a year; notes with concern that 22% of disabled women and 11% of disabled men earn less than their non-disabled counterparts; recognises that Scope has launched a TV advertising campaign aimed at encouraging non-disabled people to behave normally around disabled people; understands that the End the Awkward campaign includes tips and guides from disabled people on how to communicate with them, and supports Scope in its endeavour to encourage a more natural communication between disabled and non-disabled people.

Supported by: Annabelle Ewing*, Liam McArthur*, David Stewart*, Jackson Carlaw*, Mary Scanlon*, Kevin Stewart*, Richard Lyle*, Margaret McCulloch*, Anne McTaggart*, Jean Urquhart*, John Mason*

*S4M-10040 Jackie Baillie: West Dunbartonshire’s Booked! Festival—That the Parliament welcomes West Dunbartonshire’s annual Booked! festival, which runs from 12 to 31 May 2014; commends the organisers on the 12th anniversary of its celebration of books and writing; understands that there will be special events focusing on the Commonwealth Games and the independence referendum and that Lachie Stewart, Chris Baillie and the Paralympic Gold medallist, David Smith, will be involved along with well-known authors such as Ann Donovan and Bernard MacLaverty, and encourages people to get involved and participate in the workshops, talks and events in the area’s libraries.

Supported by: Fiona McLeod* R, Annabelle Ewing*, Colin Beattie*, Patricia Ferguson*, Hanzala Malik*, Kenneth Gibson*, Stuart McMillan*, Anne McTaggart*, Kevin Stewart*, Richard Lyle*, David Stewart*

*S4M-10039 Jackie Baillie: Severe Funding Cut for Show Racism the Red Card—That the Parliament notes with concern the significant reduction of funding for Show Racism the Red Card (SRTRC) and its anti-sectarianism strand, Show Bigotry the Red Card (SBTRC), from £120,000 in 2011-12 to £40,000 in 2014-15; understands that this cut was not agreed with the charity despite the answer to parliamentary question S4W-20199 on 7 April 2014 stating otherwise; believes that the cut was only agreed after negotiation that other funds would be made available, which has not happened; understands that, with the significant financial pressure being placed upon it, the charity is currently unable to fill a key post, which has had a severe impact on the services it provides; believes that the work of SRTRC is vital in tackling racism and sectarianism; understands that, of SRTRC and SBTRC participants who admitted to using sectarian or racist behaviour in the past, 70.5% said they would not do so again and that 90.6% of participants said that they would report incidents thanks to the charity’s input, and calls on the Scottish Government to reinstate financial support to SRTRC to 2011-12 levels to allow it to continue to deliver its essential education and campaign work against racism and sectarianism in Scottish communities.

Supported by: Patricia Ferguson*, Mary Fee*, Lewis Macdonald*, Hanzala Malik*, Neil Findlay*, Anne McTaggart*, David Stewart*

*S4M-10038 Joe FitzPatrick on behalf of the Parliamentary Bureau: First Minister’s Questions, Portfolio and General Questions and Topical Questions—That the Parliament agrees that the period for members to—

lodge a First Minister’s Question for answer on 29 May should end at 9.30 am on 27 May;

submit their names for Portfolio and General Questions on 4 and 5 June should end at 4.30 pm on 22 May; and

lodge a Topical Question for answer on 27 May should be 9.30 am on 27 May.

*S4M-10037 Joe FitzPatrick on behalf of the Parliamentary Bureau: Business Motion—That the Parliament agrees that consideration of the Food (Scotland) Bill at stage 1 be completed by 6 October 2014.

*S4M-10036 Joe FitzPatrick on behalf of the Parliamentary Bureau: Business Motion—That the Parliament agrees the following programme of business—

Tuesday 20 May 2014

2.00 pm Time for Reflection

followed by Parliamentary Bureau Motions

followed by Topical Questions (if selected)

followed by Stage 1 Debate: Revenue Scotland and Tax Powers Bill

followed by Financial Resolution: Revenue Scotland and Tax Powers Bill

followed by Stage 1 Debate: Disabled Persons’ Parking Badges (Scotland) Bill

followed by Business Motions

followed by Parliamentary Bureau Motions

5.30 pm Decision Time

followed by Members’ Business

Wednesday 21 May 2014

2.00 pm Parliamentary Bureau Motions

2.00 pm Portfolio Questions

Commonwealth Games, Sports, Equalities and Pensioners’ Rights;
Training, Youth and Women’s Employment

2.40 pm General Questions

3.00 pm First Minister’s Questions

3.30 pm Stage 1 Debate: Courts Reform (Scotland) Bill

followed by Financial Resolution: Courts Reform (Scotland) Bill

followed by Parliamentary Bureau Motions

5.30 pm Decision Time

followed by Members’ Business

Tuesday 27 May 2014

2.00 pm Time for Reflection

followed by Parliamentary Bureau Motions

followed by Topical Questions (if selected)

followed by Scottish Government Business

followed by Business Motions

followed by Parliamentary Bureau Motions

5.00 pm Decision Time

followed by Members’ Business

Wednesday 28 May 2014

2.00 pm Parliamentary Bureau Motions

2.00 pm Portfolio Questions

Finance, Employment and Sustainable Growth

followed by Scottish Government Business

followed by Business Motions

followed by Parliamentary Bureau Motions

5.00 pm Decision Time

followed by Members’ Business

Thursday 29 May 2014

11.40 am Parliamentary Bureau Motions

11.40 am General Questions

12.00 pm First Minister’s Questions

12.30 pm Members’ Business

2.30 pm Parliamentary Bureau Motions

followed by Scottish Government Business

followed by Business Motions

followed by Parliamentary Bureau Motions

5.00 pm Decision Time

*S4M-10035 Angus MacDonald: Forth Valley Royal’s Oncology Department wins Macmillan Quality Award—That the Parliament congratulates the staff of the Oncology Department at Forth Valley Royal Hospital on being awarded what it sees as the prestigious Macmillan Quality Environment Mark, which recognises and rewards good practice and high standards in the physical environment of a cancer care building; understands that it is the first time that the award has been presented anywhere in the UK and reflects the hard work and dedication of everyone involved in making the unit a special place; notes that the assessors said that the staff work extremely hard to create a welcoming atmosphere and that, alongside the unit’s volunteers, they are committed to providing high-quality care in a comfortable environment, and looks forward to the continued provision of a friendly and relaxing environment to help patients and families feel more at ease during what can be a difficult time.

Supported by: Nanette Milne*, Jackie Baillie*, Stewart Stevenson*, Chic Brodie*, Joan McAlpine*, Colin Beattie*, Christian Allard*, Margaret Mitchell*, Kenneth Gibson*, Annabelle Ewing*, Aileen McLeod*, Rob Gibson*, Adam Ingram*, Mike MacKenzie*, Christina McKelvie*, Anne McTaggart*, Kevin Stewart*, Richard Lyle*

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-10033.1 Patricia Ferguson: Time to Shine Youth Arts Strategy—As an amendment to motion S4M-10033 in the name of Fiona Hyslop (Time to Shine Youth Arts Strategy), insert at end "; considers that all young people, whether engaged with arts organisations or not, should have the opportunity to achieve their potential and to enjoy the transformational nature of the arts, and welcomes the contribution made by local arts organisations to the lives of young people and to their communities across Scotland.’’

Motions and amendments which have attracted additional support

S4M-10032 St Johnstone Up for the Cup ­(lodged on 12 May 2014) Liz Smith*, Nanette Milne*, John Lamont*, Annabelle Ewing*, Cameron Buchanan*, Colin Beattie*, Margaret Mitchell*, Richard Lyle*

S4M-10031 The Outstanding Work of Colin Prior ­(lodged on 12 May 2014) Maureen Watt*, Angus MacDonald*, Murdo Fraser*, Colin Beattie*, Nigel Don*, Kevin Stewart*, Jean Urquhart*

S4M-10030 St Andrews has the Best University in Scotland ­(lodged on 12 May 2014) Maureen Watt*, Angus MacDonald*, Murdo Fraser*, Colin Beattie*, Christian Allard*, Adam Ingram*, Liam McArthur*, Kevin Stewart*, Jean Urquhart*

S4M-10029 Passenger Numbers Continue to Rise at Glasgow Airport ­(lodged on 12 May 2014) Angus MacDonald*, Annabelle Ewing*, Colin Beattie*, Neil Findlay*

S4M-10028 Oh no not another Motion ­(lodged on 12 May 2014) Cameron Buchanan*, Murdo Fraser*

S4M-10027 Duthie Park Success ­(lodged on 12 May 2014) Annabelle Ewing*, Colin Beattie*, Hanzala Malik*, Kevin Stewart*, David Stewart*

S4M-10026 St Andrews Tops Scottish University League Table ­(lodged on 12 May 2014) Colin Beattie*, Margaret Mitchell*, Graeme Dey*, Liam McArthur*

S4M-10025 Celebrating the Scottish Spud ­(lodged on 12 May 2014) Angus MacDonald*, John Pentland*, Annabelle Ewing*, Nanette Milne*, Alison Johnstone*, Joan McAlpine*, Tavish Scott*, Jackie Baillie*, Colin Beattie*, Hanzala Malik*, Fiona McLeod*, Roderick Campbell*, Margaret Mitchell*, Richard Lyle*, Liam McArthur*, Anne McTaggart*, Jean Urquhart*, David Stewart*

S4M-10023 Establishment of the Asthma UK Centre for Applied Research (lodged on 12 May 2014) Hugh Henry*, Colin Beattie*, Annabelle Ewing*, Hanzala Malik*, Aileen McLeod*, Richard Simpson*, Cara Hilton*, Anne McTaggart*, Richard Lyle*, David Stewart*, Duncan McNeil*

S4M-10022 Operation Blue Star ­(lodged on 12 May 2014) Maureen Watt*, David Torrance*, Colin Beattie*, Christian Allard*, Adam Ingram*, Kevin Stewart*

S4M-10021 Happy Birthday, Christie Park Primary School ­(lodged on 12 May 2014) Dennis Robertson*, David Stewart*

S4M-10020 Scottish Government Increasing Nurses’ Pay ­(lodged on 12 May 2014) Maureen Watt*, Angus MacDonald*, Stewart Stevenson*, Nigel Don*, Christian Allard*, Dave Thompson*, Dennis Robertson*

S4M-10019 Professor Gavin McCrone’s Evidence to the Finance Committee (lodged on 12 May 2014) Christian Allard*, Dave Thompson*, Dennis Robertson*

S4M-10018 Relaxed Screening at His Majesty’s Theatre in Aberdeen ­(lodged on 12 May 2014) Maureen Watt*, Angus MacDonald*, Nigel Don*, Christian Allard*, Dennis Robertson*

S4M-10017 Dissolution of Age Concern Angus ­(lodged on 12 May 2014) Maureen Watt*, Angus MacDonald*, Nigel Don*, Christian Allard*, Dennis Robertson*

S4M-10016 New Carnoustie Golf Course ­(lodged on 12 May 2014) Maureen Watt*, Colin Beattie*, Nigel Don*, Dennis Robertson*

S4M-10015 Top Housing Award for West Lothian Student ­(lodged on 09 May 2014) Roderick Campbell*, Alison Johnstone*, Nigel Don*

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

S4M-10012 Mandela’s Legacy to Inspire a New Generation of Youth Sport in West Lothian ­(lodged on 09 May 2014) Alison Johnstone*

S4M-10011 20th Anniversary of Nelson Mandela’s Inauguration as the President of South Africa ­(lodged on 09 May 2014) Jim Hume*

S4M-10010 Milestone for Carnoustie Theatre ­(lodged on 09 May 2014) Angus MacDonald*, Roderick Campbell*, Nigel Don*, Jim Hume*, Christian Allard*

S4M-10009 Barry Mill Bicentenary ­(lodged on 09 May 2014) Angus MacDonald*, Roderick Campbell*, Nigel Don*, Jim Hume*, Christian Allard*

S4M-10008 Peelham’s Adopt-a-Pig Scheme is a Winner ­(lodged on 09 May 2014) Angus MacDonald*

S4M-10007 Helena Costa’s Managerial Appointment ­(lodged on 09 May 2014) Alison Johnstone*, Christian Allard*

S4M-10006 Hunterhill Care Home ­(lodged on 09 May 2014) Angus MacDonald*, Christian Allard*

S4M-10004 St Stephen’s Promoting World Fair Trade Day ­(lodged on 09 May 2014) Angus MacDonald*, Nigel Don*

S4M-10000 Kirkcaldy Woman’s Design Selected for New Installation ­(lodged on 08 May 2014) Christian Allard*

S4M-09999 Best Curry to be Found in Dalkeith ­(lodged on 08 May 2014) Angus MacDonald*, Christian Allard*

S4M-09998 Firefighter from Kirkcaldy Recognised for Acting Beyond the Call of Duty ­(lodged on 08 May 2014) Angus MacDonald*, Christian Allard*

S4M-09997 Building Success at GHA ­(lodged on 08 May 2014) Angus MacDonald*, Nigel Don*, Christian Allard*

S4M-09996 Wishaw Juniors ­(lodged on 08 May 2014) Nigel Don*

S4M-09995 Glasgow Kelvin Hits a High Note with the Reopening of the Kelvingrove Bandstand ­(lodged on 08 May 2014) Angus MacDonald*, Nigel Don*, Christian Allard*

S4M-09994 Parliament’s Changing Places Toilet Facility ­(lodged on 08 May 2014) Angus MacDonald*, Nigel Don*, Christian Allard*

S4M-09992 Fife Schools are Top of the Class as National Award Finalists (lodged on 08 May 2014) Roderick Campbell*

S4M-09991 St Ambrose Goes to the Final ­(lodged on 08 May 2014) Nigel Don*

S4M-09990 Congratulations to OIC’s Leslie Manson ­(lodged on 08 May 2014) Christian Allard*

S4M-09988 St Machar Parent Support Project Funding Award ­(lodged on 08 May 2014) Roderick Campbell*, Christian Allard*

S4M-09987 Scottish Independent Living Fund ­(lodged on 08 May 2014) Angus MacDonald*, Roderick Campbell*, Nigel Don*, Christian Allard*, Dave Thompson*

S4M-09986 Kirkcaldy Man Raises Money for Local Charities ­(lodged on 08 May 2014) Nigel Don*, Christian Allard*

S4M-09985 Glasgow Clyde College’s Economic Contribution ­(lodged on 08 May 2014) Angus MacDonald*, Nigel Don*, Christian Allard*

S4M-09984 Our Lady and St Patrick’s High School Reaches the Finals of the Scottish Education Awards ­(lodged on 08 May 2014) Nigel Don*, David Stewart*

S4M-09982 National Review of Asthma Deaths ­(lodged on 08 May 2014) Angus MacDonald*, Christian Allard*

S4M-09981 Cycle Ride for Mental Health Awareness Week ­(lodged on 08 May 2014) Angus MacDonald*, Nigel Don*

S4M-09980 International Fibromyalgia Awareness Day ­(lodged on 07 May 2014) Angus MacDonald*, Nigel Don*

S4M-09979 ME Awareness Day ­(lodged on 07 May 2014) Angus MacDonald*, Nigel Don*, Dave Thompson*, David Stewart*

S4M-09978 Dying Matters Awareness Week ­(lodged on 07 May 2014) Nigel Don*, David Stewart*

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

S4M-09970 Bute’s Fyne Futures’ Project Gains Global Recognition ­(lodged on 07 May 2014) Nigel Don*

S4M-09969 Social Growth Fund ­(lodged on 07 May 2014) Nigel Don*

S4M-09968 Samaritans’ Prison Listener Scheme 20th Anniversary ­(lodged on 07 May 2014) Annabelle Ewing*

S4M-09967 Congratulating Scouts Scotland on its Growth ­(lodged on 07 May 2014) Angus MacDonald*, Christian Allard*, Dave Thompson*

S4M-09966 Twenty Years of South African Nuclear Disarmament ­(lodged on 07 May 2014) Angus MacDonald*, Dave Thompson*

S4M-09965 Stop the Traffik ­(lodged on 07 May 2014) Dave Thompson*

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

S4M-09960 Dementia Awareness Week ­(lodged on 06 May 2014) Nigel Don*

S4M-09959 World No Tobacco Day ­(lodged on 06 May 2014) Nigel Don*

S4M-09958 National Epilepsy Week ­(lodged on 06 May 2014) Nigel Don*

S4M-09956 Action on Brain Injury Week ­(lodged on 06 May 2014) Dave Thompson*

S4M-09952 UK Government and Zero-hours Contracts ­(lodged on 06 May 2014) Christian Allard*, Dave Thompson*

S4M-09951 Nothing Wasted at Macsween ­(lodged on 06 May 2014) Christian Allard*

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

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

S4M-09946 Viral Meningitis Week ­(lodged on 06 May 2014) David Stewart*

S4M-09937 New Psychoactive Substances Banned from Music Festivals (lodged on 06 May 2014) Christian Allard*

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

S4M-09933 Stroke Awareness Month ­(lodged on 02 May 2014) Dave Thompson*

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

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

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

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

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

S4M-09918 Congratulations to DRC Generations ­(lodged on 02 May 2014) Christian Allard*

S4M-09911 Scottish Learning Disability Awareness Week 2014 ­(lodged on 01 May 2014) Stewart Stevenson*

S4M-09894 Dana Petroleum’s Western Isles Project ­(lodged on 01 May 2014) Christian Allard*

S4M-09878 Scams Awareness Month 2014 ­(lodged on 30 April 2014) Dave Thompson*

S4M-09812 Polish Scottish Connections ­(lodged on 24 April 2014) Christian Allard*

S4M-09811 Congratulations to East Wemyss Primary School ­(lodged on 24 April 2014) Christian Allard*

S4M-09808 Kirkcaldy’s Beth Scoon Wins Silver with Team GB Ladies Ice Hockey Team ­(lodged on 24 April 2014) Christian Allard*

S4M-09805 Linktown’s 80th Fife Scout Group Celebrates 50th Anniversary (lodged on 24 April 2014) Christian Allard*

S4M-09804 Ecology Centre Kinghorn Receives £9,000 Grant from the People’s Postcode Trust ­(lodged on 24 April 2014) Christian Allard*

S4M-09775 Recognising the Impact of Loneliness on Physical and Mental Health ­(lodged on 22 April 2014) Kenneth Gibson*

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