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 A motion or amendment is live if it has not been debated, withdrawn or otherwise deleted from the list.

Where a motion or amendment has been withdrawn, it is indicated in this section the day after it has been withdrawn.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-11334 Joe FitzPatrick on behalf of the Parliamentary Bureau: Bureau Motion—That the Parliament amends the name, remit and duration of the Referendum (Scotland) Bill Committee established on 23 October 2012

from

Name of Committee: Referendum (Scotland) Bill Committee.

Remit: To consider matters relating to The Scotland Act 1998 (Modification of Schedule 5) Order 2013, the Referendum (Scotland) Bill, its implementation and any associated legislation.

Duration: Until 31 December 2014.

to

Name of Committee: Devolution (Further Powers) Committee.

Remit: To consider matters relating to The Scotland Act 1998 (Modification of Schedule 5) Order 2013, the Scottish Independence Referendum Act 2013, its implementation and any associated legislation. Furthermore, (i) until the end of November 2014 or when the final report of the Scotland Devolution Commission has been published, to facilitate engagement of stakeholders with the Scotland Devolution Commission and to engage in an agreed programme of work with the commission as it develops its proposals; and (ii) thereafter, to consider the work of the Scotland Devolution Commission, the proposals it makes for further devolution to the Scottish Parliament, other such proposals for further devolution and any legislation to implement such proposals that may be introduced in the UK Parliament or Scottish Parliament after the commission has published its final report.

Duration: For the remainder of the current session of the Parliament.

*S4M-11332 Fergus Ewing: Supported Business—That the Parliament recognises the economic and social value of supported businesses in Scotland; welcomes the recent success of many of these businesses in enhancing their commercial viability through business support and action to increase public and private sector procurement; commends the work of the new third sector supported business, Haven Protective Technology Solutions (Haven PTS Ltd), which has been developed in response to the enforced closure of the five Stage Two Remploy factories, and agrees the importance of continuing to support these businesses.

Supported by: John Swinney*, Derek Mackay*

*S4M-11330 Bob Doris: Gathered Together—That the Parliament welcomes the recently launched project, Gathered Together, which encourages parents from ethnic minorities to be more actively involved in their children’s school; notes that the project is a joint venture between BEMIS Scotland and the Scottish Parent Teacher Council and is funded by the Big Lottery’s Third Sector Early Intervention Fund; believes that parental participation in their children’s schooling has significant benefits not only for pupils but also for communities; further understands that parents from ethnic minorities can face particular barriers in getting involved, and welcomes what it sees as the success that the project has already achieved in harnessing and enhancing the diverse skills of parent councils, community groups, ethnic minority parents and educators.

Supported by: David Torrance*, Joan McAlpine*, Dennis Robertson*

*S4M-11329♦ Clare Adamson: Home Safety Kits—That the Parliament notes the evidence relating to home safety equipment fitting schemes and considers that there is a need for local schemes to be administered; notes that young children are most likely to be involved in accidents in their own homes in Central Scotland and across the country but that often the correct safety equipment, with supporting education, can prevent unnecessary suffering from burns and scalds, falls and poisonings; acknowledges the forthcoming evaluation report on Scotland’s Home Safety Equipment Scheme, and notes the ongoing contributions by ROSPA to accident prevention and safety awareness in the home.

*S4M-11328 Kevin Stewart: Happy 125th Anniversary to Mrs Murray’s—That the Parliament congratulates Mrs Murray’s Cat and Dog Home on its 125th anniversary; notes that the home was founded by Mrs Susan Murray as a place of refuge and shelter for lost and stray dogs and cats in Aberdeen City and Shire; notes that the home has now expanded to taking in pets from owners who can no longer care for them and seeks to find loving new homes for a variety of small animals; understands that the home relies solely on donations to run its operation, which saw 1,500 animals pass through its gates in 2013 alone, and recognises the work and commitment of all the staff and volunteers who have seen with thousands of animals cared for and rehomed over the last 125 years.

Supported by: Alex Johnstone*, Joan McAlpine*, David Torrance*, Dennis Robertson*, Margaret Mitchell*, Chic Brodie*, Nanette Milne*, Bill Kidd*, Stuart McMillan*, Mike MacKenzie*, Richard Lyle*, Annabelle Ewing*

*S4M-11327 Mary Scanlon: Robert Smith, 2014 Young Highland Chef—That the Parliament congratulates Robert Smith, a sous chef at the Ulbster Arms Hotel in Halkirk, on winning the Young Highland Chef award 2014; notes that a panel of expert judges including Albert Roux and Andrew Fairlie selected Robert as the winner of the final, which included six other candidates; commends David MacDonald from the Lovat Hotel in Fort Augustus, who came second, and Arkadiusz Swider from the Kingsmill Hotel in Inverness, who came third, on their placings; welcomes the comments by Albert Roux, who noted that the standard of cooking in the competition has risen each year and said “there are no losers; the very fact these young chefs have been selected for the final is an accolade”, and wishes them all every success in the future.

Supported by: Jamie McGrigor*, John Lamont*, Nanette Milne*, Liz Smith*, Jackie Baillie*, David Stewart*, Jackson Carlaw*, David Torrance*, Margaret Mitchell*, Bill Kidd*, Kevin Stewart*, Stuart McMillan*, Mike MacKenzie*, Richard Lyle*, Rob Gibson*, Annabelle Ewing*

*S4M-11326 Mary Scanlon: Alan Michael, Community Champion, Great Scot Awards 2014—That the Parliament congratulates Alan Michael from Inverness on being named Community Champion at the 2014 Great Scot Awards; understands that, for the last 34 years, Alan has made it his life’s mission to ensure that people in or around Inverness do not feel isolated or alone; considers that he has helped hundreds of older people by setting up friendship clubs in Invernessshire along with many other initiatives, including opening Men’s Sheds and being a hospital radio sports commentator, and commends Alan on this well-deserved honour, which he accepted with his usual wit and humble nature.

Supported by: Jamie McGrigor*, Alex Johnstone*, John Lamont*, Nanette Milne*, Liz Smith*, Jackie Baillie*, David Stewart*, Jackson Carlaw*, Dennis Robertson*, David Torrance*, Margaret Mitchell*, Bill Kidd*, Mike MacKenzie*, Richard Lyle*, Annabelle Ewing*, Roderick Campbell*

*S4M-11325♦ John Mason: Equal Pay—That the Parliament notes the recent report from the Resolution Foundation, which suggests that a record five million people in the UK are stuck in low-paid jobs, including in Glasgow Shettleston; believes that the statutory UK national minimum wage of £6.50 per hour is too low to counterbalance the ever increasing cost of living; understands that the living wage of £7.65 is only a voluntary scheme and is not statutory, therefore does not ensure equal pay protection to all workers in the public, private or voluntary sectors, and notes the belief that the only way to ensure that genuine pay equality is achieved would be to make the living wage a statutory scheme for all employers.

Supported by: David Torrance*

*S4M-11324 Marco Biagi: Shelter’s Make Renting Right Campaign—That the Parliament welcomes the launch of Shelter Scotland’s Make Renting Right campaign; notes that this coincides with the Scottish Government’s consultation on proposals to reform tenancies in the private rented sector; understands that over 300,000 people in Scotland are now in the private rented sector and that this figure has almost doubled in the last decade from 160,000; believes that tenancy reform is required to provide stability and security for both tenants and landlords; congratulates Shelter Scotland on its tireless campaigning for fairer housing throughout Scotland, and supports this Scotland-wide campaign to raise awareness of reforming what it considers the current outdated tenancy regime in the private rented sector.

Supported by: Bill Kidd*, David Torrance*, Joan McAlpine*, Alex Rowley*, Alison Johnstone*, Dennis Robertson*, Chic Brodie*, Jean Urquhart*, John Finnie*, Jackie Baillie*, Patrick Harvie*, Mike MacKenzie*, Gordon MacDonald*, Richard Lyle*, Adam Ingram*, Rob Gibson*, Jayne Baxter*

*S4M-11323 Joe FitzPatrick on behalf of the Parliamentary Bureau: Approval of SSI—That the Parliament agrees that the Debt Arrangement Scheme (Scotland) Amendment Regulations 2014 [draft] be approved.

*S4M-11322 Joe FitzPatrick on behalf of the Parliamentary Bureau: Approval of SSI—That the Parliament agrees that the Common Financial Tool etc. (Scotland) Regulations 2014 [draft] be approved.

*S4M-11321 Maureen Watt: Congratulations to Aberdeen South and North Kincardine’s Big Lottery Award Winners—That the Parliament congratulates the five groups in the Aberdeen South and North Kincardine constituency that have received a combined £40,888 from Awards for All Scotland; understands that Aberdeenshire South Hockey Club has been awarded £5,850 to fund transportation and venue hire costs in order to run taster sessions for schoolchildren; recognises that Cookney Public Hall has been given £10,000 to fund its general refurbishment; welcomes the news that the Culter and District Community Association has been awarded £9,400 to help fund the redecoration of the interior of the area’s village hall; notes that Hazelhead Primary School has been awarded £6,638 to develop and install a wild area, greenhouse and assault course, and understands that Peterculter Golf Club has been awarded £9,000 toward the building of a junior practice area in the golf course.

Supported by: Chic Brodie*, Dennis Robertson*, David Torrance*, Nanette Milne*, Joan McAlpine*, Stuart McMillan*, Roderick Campbell*

*S4M-11320 Joe FitzPatrick on behalf of the Parliamentary Bureau: Approval of SSI—That the Parliament agrees that the Bankruptcy (Money Advice and Deduction from Income etc.) (Scotland) Regulations 2014 [draft] be approved.

*S4M-11319 Joe FitzPatrick on behalf of the Parliamentary Bureau: Approval of SSI—That the Parliament agrees that the Bankruptcy and Debt Advice (Scotland) Act 2014 (Consequential Provisions) Order 2014 [draft] be approved.

*S4M-11318 Joe FitzPatrick on behalf of the Parliamentary Bureau: Business Motion—That the Parliament agrees the following programme of business—

Tuesday 4 November 2014

2.00 pm Time for Reflection

followed by Parliamentary Bureau Motions

followed by Topical Questions (if selected)

followed by Stage 3 Proceedings: Historic Environment Scotland Bill

followed by Ministerial Statement: Scottish Greenhouse Gas Emissions Annual Target Report 2012

followed by Scottish Government Debate: Town Centre Action Plan, One Year On

followed by Legislative Consent Motion: Deregulation Bill – UK Legislation

followed by Legislative Consent Motion: Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Bill – UK Legislation

followed by Business Motions

followed by Parliamentary Bureau Motions

5.15 pm Decision Time

followed by Members’ Business

Wednesday 5 November 2014

2.00 pm Parliamentary Bureau Motions

2.00 pm Portfolio Questions

Finance, Employment and Sustainable Growth

followed by Scottish Labour Party Business

followed by Business Motions

followed by Parliamentary Bureau Motions

5.00 pm Decision Time

followed by Members’ Business

Thursday 6 November 2014

11.40 am Parliamentary Bureau Motions

11.40 am General Questions

12.00 pm First Minister’s Questions

followed by Members’ Business

2.30 pm Parliamentary Bureau Motions

followed by Ministerial Statement: Winter Resilience

followed by Standards, Procedures and Public Appointments Committee Debate: Inquiry into Lobbying

followed by Business Motions

followed by Parliamentary Bureau Motions

5.00 pm Decision Time

Tuesday 11 November 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 12 November 2014

2.00 pm Parliamentary Bureau Motions

2.00 pm Portfolio Questions

Rural Affairs, Food and the Environment;
Justice and the Law Officers

followed by Scottish Government Business

followed by Business Motions

followed by Parliamentary Bureau Motions

5.00 pm Decision Time

followed by Members’ Business

Thursday 13 November 2014

11.40 am Parliamentary Bureau Motions

11.40 am General Questions

12.00 pm First Minister’s Questions

followed by Members’ Business

2.30 pm Parliamentary Bureau Motions

followed by Scottish Parliamentary Corporate Body Questions

followed by Scottish Government Business

followed by Business Motions

followed by Parliamentary Bureau Motions

5.00 pm Decision Time

*S4M-11317 Cara Hilton: Fife Honours Victims of Valleyfield Mining Disaster—That the Parliament remembers the 35 men who tragically lost their lives 75 years ago in the 1939 Valleyfield mining disaster, which it considers West Fife’s darkest day; welcomes the memorial that was held on 28 October 2014, which was well attended by the victims’ families and friends, local and national elected representatives, trade union officials and members of the community who congregated to remember and commemorate this devastating event; congratulates the Valleyfield Mining Disaster Project Group on organising this successful memorial event; believes that the memory of the 35 miners who lost their lives that day should live on through occasions such as these to ensure that this historic day is not left in the past but is with people for all time; recognises what it considers the strong community spirit that still exists 75 years on in this mining community that was so badly affected by one of the worst disasters in Scottish mining history, where an injury to one is an injury to all, and shares the belief that this memorial service offered the families and communities of those affected by this tragedy some comfort in knowing that their memory will live on for many generations to come.

Supported by: James Kelly*, Murdo Fraser*, Jackie Baillie*, Patricia Ferguson*, John Mason*, David Torrance*, Joan McAlpine*, Dennis Robertson*, Iain Gray*, David Stewart*, Hanzala Malik*, Annabelle Ewing*, Roderick Campbell*, Angus MacDonald*, Bill Kidd*, Jim Hume*, John Pentland*, Alex Rowley*, Graeme Dey*, Colin Beattie*, Kevin Stewart*, Richard Lyle*, Adam Ingram*, Mark Griffin*, Kenneth Gibson*, Jayne Baxter*, Anne McTaggart*

*S4M-11316 John Lamont: Friends of the Union Chain Bridge—That the Parliament supports the Friends of the Union Chain Bridge in its efforts to secure full restoration of the Union Chain Bridge, which links Fishwick in Berwickshire to Horncliffe in Northumberland; understands that, although the bridge is the oldest example of an iron chain suspension bridge still in use in Europe, years of underinvestment have left it at risk of falling into disrepair; calls on the organisations with responsibility for its maintenance, including Scottish Borders Council and Historic Scotland, to work with Friends of the Union Chain Bridge to secure funding for future repair work; believes that a full restoration of the bridge by the 200th anniversary of its opening, in 2020, would be a fitting tribute to a significant borders’ landmark; notes what it sees as the overwhelming desire of Borderers to remain part of the UK, and believes that the bridge, which is engraved with the words, Vis Unita Fortior [United Strength is Stronger], is a fitting symbol of unity.

Supported by: Jamie McGrigor*, Murdo Fraser*, Mary Scanlon*, Nanette Milne*, Liz Smith*, Jackson Carlaw*, Cameron Buchanan*, David Torrance*, Anne McTaggart*, Margaret Mitchell*

*S4M-11314 Kenny MacAskill: Criminal Justice and Courts Bill - UK Legislation—That the Parliament agrees that the relevant provision of the Criminal Justice and Courts Bill, introduced to the House of Commons on 5 February 2014, relating to the amendment of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974, so far as this matter alters the executive competence of the Scottish Ministers, and relating to the activities of officers of the National Crime Agency when those officers are operating in Scotland, should be considered by the UK Parliament.

Supported by: Roseanna Cunningham*

*S4M-11313 Margaret Mitchell: Glencairn Crystal Goes from Strength to Strength—That the Parliament congratulates Glencairn Crystal on its success in 2013-14; understands that Glencairn Crystal is a family-run business based in East Kilbride that is recognised as a leading manufacturer of bespoke crystal and glass, including decanters and containers to the drinks industry around the world and its famous tulip-shaped whisky glasses; notes that, in 2013-14, turnover increased by 8% to £6 million and that sales for the first four months of this financial year are already up by 30% on 2013, which is in part due to the development of international markets; believes that the results are well deserved, and wishes the Davidson family continued success in the future.

Supported by: Nanette Milne*, Liz Smith*, Dennis Robertson*, Jackie Baillie*, David Torrance*, Rob Gibson*, John Lamont*, Stuart McMillan*, Richard Lyle*, Mike MacKenzie*, Kevin Stewart*, Murdo Fraser*, Bill Kidd*, Jamie McGrigor*, Mary Scanlon*, Cameron Buchanan*, Colin Beattie*

S4M-11304 Liz Smith: Addressing the Attainment Gap in Scottish Schools—That the Parliament believes that the greatest challenge facing Scottish education is the existence of the significant pupil attainment gap between different schools and different communities; considers that this leads directly to an unacceptably high number of youngsters from deprived backgrounds who do not participate in further or higher education, employment or training; believes that, as well as economic policies to address unemployment and poverty, educational policy should focus on removing the barriers that prevent too many young people in Scotland from obtaining better academic results and the ability of Scotland’s schools to compare more strongly when measured against all aspects of international standards, and believes that policies to achieve this outcome should specifically focus on delivering maximum parental choice, greater diversity in schools, strong leadership in a school system that provides full autonomy for headteachers and a renewed emphasis on improving basic skills in literacy and numeracy and greater support for those pupils with additional support needs.

*S4M-11304.3 Michael Russell: Addressing the Attainment Gap in Scottish Schools—As an amendment to motion S4M-11304 in the name of Liz Smith (Addressing the Attainment Gap in Scottish Schools), leave out from first “believes” to end and insert "notes that Scotland’s schools compare strongly when measured against international standards; believes that the greatest challenge facing Scottish education is the impact of poverty and inequality on pupils’ ability to learn; further believes that the policies of the UK Government are increasing poverty and inequality; recognises that this leads directly to an unacceptably high number of young people from deprived backgrounds who do not participate in further or higher education, employment or training; further recognises that, in addition to economic policies designed to address unemployment and poverty, educational policy should focus on mitigating the barriers to educational achievement created by this inequality, and agrees that the curriculum for excellence is delivering improved outcomes using evidence-based approaches to raise attainment including a focus on strong leadership, high quality learning and teaching, literacy, numeracy and parental engagement.”

Supported by: Aileen Campbell*, Alasdair Allan*

*S4M-11304.2 Neil Bibby: Addressing the Attainment Gap in Scottish Schools—As an amendment to motion S4M-11304 in the name of Liz Smith (Addressing the Attainment Gap in Scottish Schools), leave out from "delivering maximum" to "headteachers" and insert "reducing the gap before children start school through increased and improved pre-school provisions, removing barriers to young people’s opportunities and learning at school, closing the attainment gap for all children with a particular focus on looked-after children".

*S4M-11304.1 Liam McArthur: Addressing the Attainment Gap in Scottish Schools—As an amendment to motion S4M-11304 in the name of Liz Smith (Addressing the Attainment Gap in Scottish Schools), insert at end "; notes evidence and expert opinion that suggests that investment in the first three years of a child’s life is critical for their future life chances; further notes that every £1 invested before a child is three can save £11 later in their life; believes that investment in early years education and quality childcare can help to close the attainment gap as well as being a sound investment for economic and social wellbeing; welcomes the expansion of free childcare to 15% of two-year-olds in Scotland, and believes that there should be a further expansion in free early years childcare to match the provision on offer in England".

Motions and amendments which have attracted additional support

S4M-11310 Species Champions Hits 70 ­(lodged on 27 October 2014) David Torrance*, Elaine Murray*, Kevin Stewart*, Mary Scanlon*, Colin Beattie*, Roderick Campbell*

S4M-11308 Imam Hussain Blood Donation Campaign 2014 ­(lodged on 27 October 2014) David Torrance*, Richard Lyle*, Kevin Stewart*, Jackson Carlaw*, Bill Kidd*, Colin Beattie*, Sarah Boyack*, Nanette Milne*, Roderick Campbell*, Cameron Buchanan*

S4M-11307 Petition for a New 3G Pitch at Graeme High School ­(lodged on 27 October 2014) Angus MacDonald*, David Torrance*, Jackie Baillie*

S4M-11306 Congratulating Frankie’s Fish & Chips ­(lodged on 27 October 2014) David Torrance*, Richard Lyle*, Kevin Stewart*, Mary Scanlon*, Bill Kidd*, Colin Beattie*, Neil Findlay*

S4M-11305 The Kelpies and The Helix Win the Saltire Society 2014 Civil Engineering Award ­(lodged on 27 October 2014) Jackie Baillie*, David Torrance*, Kevin Stewart*, Colin Beattie*

S4M-11303 Congratulations to the Hear Our Voice Campaigners ­(lodged on 27 October 2014) Jackson Carlaw*, David Torrance*, Elaine Smith*, Anne McTaggart*, Ken Macintosh*, Colin Beattie*, Roderick Campbell*

S4M-11301.1 Scotland Devolution Commission, The Smith Commission ­(lodged on 27 October 2014) Drew Smith*

S4M-11301 Scotland Devolution Commission, The Smith Commission ­(lodged on 27 October 2014) Michael Russell*

S4M-11300 Mark Serwotka Re-elected ­(lodged on 27 October 2014) Anne McTaggart*, Elaine Murray*

S4M-11299 Asbestos Cases are Special ­(lodged on 27 October 2014) Anne McTaggart*, John Pentland*

S4M-11298 World Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus Day ­(lodged on 27 October 2014) Kevin Stewart*, Mary Scanlon*, Colin Beattie*

S4M-11297 Dementia Project in West Dunbartonshire Wins Top Education Award ­(lodged on 27 October 2014) Anne McTaggart*, Colin Beattie*, John Pentland*

S4M-11296 World Polio Day 2014 ­(lodged on 24 October 2014) Jim Hume*, Colin Beattie*, Roderick Campbell*, Siobhan McMahon*

S4M-11293 Tackling Homophobia in Aberdeen ­(lodged on 24 October 2014) Colin Beattie*

S4M-11291 Eat Safe Award for Wild Thyme ­(lodged on 24 October 2014) Colin Beattie*, Roderick Campbell*

S4M-11285 Braidhurst High School ­(lodged on 23 October 2014) Dennis Robertson*, Siobhan McMahon*

S4M-11283 Welcoming the £5 Million Raised by Scottish Power for Cancer Research UK ­(lodged on 23 October 2014) Dennis Robertson*

S4M-11282 Petition for Celtic to Pay the Living Wage ­(lodged on 23 October 2014) Siobhan McMahon*

S4M-11280 Fife Wins Awards for All Project Funds ­(lodged on 23 October 2014) Dennis Robertson*

S4M-11275.1 Support for Living Wage Week ­(lodged on 27 October 2014) David Torrance*, Chic Brodie*, Annabelle Ewing*, Richard Lyle*, Mike MacKenzie*, Kevin Stewart*, Bill Kidd*, Dennis Robertson*, Colin Beattie*, Adam Ingram*

S4M-11275 Support for Living Wage Week ­(lodged on 22 October 2014) Iain Gray*, Alison McInnes*, Elaine Smith*, Colin Beattie*, Siobhan McMahon*

S4M-11272 35th Anniversary of Mercy Corps ­(lodged on 22 October 2014) Dennis Robertson*

S4M-11271 The Bellgrove Hotel ­(lodged on 22 October 2014) Dennis Robertson*

S4M-11270 Scotland’s First World War Centenary Wood at Dreghorn Woods (lodged on 22 October 2014) Colin Beattie*

S4M-11261 Revenge Pornography ­(lodged on 21 October 2014) Elaine Smith*

S4M-11260 Welfare Reforms Impact Angus Group ­(lodged on 21 October 2014) Colin Beattie*

S4M-11255 15th Motherwell Boy’s Brigade Awarded £7,282 ­(lodged on 20 October 2014) Dennis Robertson*, John Pentland*

S4M-11254 Uddingston Hockey Club Awarded £2,000 ­(lodged on 20 October 2014) Dennis Robertson*

S4M-11249 Angus Charity Receives Welcome Boost ­(lodged on 20 October 2014) Colin Beattie*

S4M-11243 Quality Meat Scotland Picks up yet Another Marketing Award (lodged on 20 October 2014) Dennis Robertson*

S4M-11233 Big Lottery Awards in the North East ­(lodged on 17 October 2014) Colin Beattie*

S4M-11232 Safety Concerns at Former Distillery Site ­(lodged on 17 October 2014) Colin Beattie*

S4M-11230 Angus Brewery Toasts Success ­(lodged on 16 October 2014) Colin Beattie*

S4M-11228 Welcoming the Formation of the Bring Your Own Bag Stoma Support Group ­(lodged on 16 October 2014) Colin Beattie*

S4M-11221 Lord Freud Should Go ­(lodged on 17 October 2014) Colin Beattie*

S4M-11210 Launch of Angus Business Week ­(lodged on 15 October 2014) Colin Beattie*

S4M-11206 2014 Gaelic Ambassador of the Year Goes to Kirsteen MacDonald (lodged on 15 October 2014) Willie Coffey*

S4M-11205 Congratulations to Falkirk East’s Lottery Award Winners ­(lodged on 14 October 2014) Maureen Watt*

S4M-11204 Glasgow Airport’s Twentieth Month of Consecutive Growth ­(lodged on 14 October 2014) Maureen Watt*

S4M-11197 World Food Day ­(lodged on 13 October 2014) Maureen Watt*

S4M-11196 Global Handwashing Day ­(lodged on 13 October 2014) Maureen Watt*

S4M-11195 End to India-Pakistan Border Firing ­(lodged on 13 October 2014) Maureen Watt*

S4M-11194 Same-sex Marriage in Scotland ­(lodged on 13 October 2014) Maureen Watt*, James Dornan*

S4M-11190 Hepatitis C ­(lodged on 13 October 2014) Maureen Watt*

S4M-11189 Congratulations to Aberdeen Central’s Lottery Award Winners (lodged on 13 October 2014) Maureen Watt*

S4M-11188 Malala wins Nobel Peace Prize ­(lodged on 13 October 2014) Maureen Watt*

S4M-11186 UK Anti-Slavery Day and EU Anti-Trafficking Day 2014 ­(lodged on 13 October 2014) Maureen Watt*

S4M-11185 Nobel Prize Peace Prize for Malala Yousafzai and Kailash Satyarthi (lodged on 13 October 2014) Maureen Watt*

S4M-11176 World Day Against the Death Penalty ­(lodged on 09 October 2014) Maureen Watt*

S4M-11159 Baby Loss Awareness Week ­(lodged on 09 October 2014) Maureen Watt*

S4M-11158 World Diabetes Day 2014 ­(lodged on 09 October 2014) Dennis Robertson*

S4M-11156 Congratulations to St Andrews RC High School ­(lodged on 09 October 2014) Dennis Robertson*

S4M-11155 Scottish Stammering Network ­(lodged on 09 October 2014) Siobhan McMahon*, Alison McInnes*, Jenny Marra*

S4M-11152 Highland Wholefoods Workers Co-operative 25th Anniversary (lodged on 09 October 2014) Dennis Robertson*

S4M-11147 ScotSoft 2014 ­(lodged on 08 October 2014) Maureen Watt*

S4M-11140 Garrowhill Garden Estate Named the Best Community Garden in Scotland ­(lodged on 08 October 2014) Dennis Robertson*

S4M-11135 Coatbridge High Staff Raise Money for the STV Appeal ­(lodged on 07 October 2014) Dennis Robertson*

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