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 A motion or amendment is live if it has not been debated, withdrawn or otherwise deleted from the list.
Where a motion or amendment has been withdrawn, it is indicated in this section the day after it has been withdrawn.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.
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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-11766 Neil Findlay: The State of the NHS—That the Parliament commends the NHS Scotland staff who work tirelessly under increasing pressure to deliver high quality care to patients; is concerned by recent statistics that show that accident and emergency waiting time targets are being missed, the number of patients delayed over four weeks increased by 106% between October 2013 and October 2014, the number of bed days increased by 22% to 154,588 between July to September 2013 and July to September 2014 and that the BMA suggests that consultant vacancies are almost double the official figure; notes the concerns of staff regarding the ongoing scandal of 15-minute social care visits, falling standards and a race to the bottom in quality, wages and conditions, and calls on the Scottish Government to conduct a full-scale review of the NHS, as supported by the Royal College of Nursing, to address the broad range of pressures being identified in all areas of the NHS by staff and patients and to build a health service that meets the demands and needs of the 21st century.
*S4M-11765♦ Alex Rowley: Achieve Best Value for the Public Pound—That the Parliament notes that the estimated cost of processing a motion ranges from £4.67 to £5.69 and, since January 2014, over 2,770 motions have been lodged at a cost of almost £15,000; understands that the overwhelming majority of these motions are congratulating individuals and groups on achievements and funding successes; notes calls to consider an alternative approach, such as those put forward by Christine Grahame MSP in a motion lodged on 12 May 2014, as part of a review of the procedure and practice for lodging motions; believes that this would save money and reduce the printed daily Business Bulletin significantly and put less pressure on MSPs’ email inboxes, and considers that, at a time when families in the Cowdenbeath parliamentary constituency and, indeed, across Scotland are having to tighten their belts, there is a duty on MSPs and the Scottish Government to achieve best value for the public pound.
*S4M-11764 Cameron Buchanan: Congratulations to The Broomhouse Centre—That the Parliament congratulates The Broomhouse Centre in Edinburgh on winning the public vote on STV East for the People’s Millions 2014; understands that, as a result, it will receive a £48,396 grant for its training and healthy eating programmes; understands that its Café Training project will provide a number of young people with accreditation in cooking and catering skills to help them gain employment and that its meal voucher scheme will help it to achieve its aim of being a welcoming place for everyone in the community to enjoy a warm meal; commends the achievements of the staff in founding and developing the centre, and recognises what it considers the incredible efforts of all those involved in the project and its efforts to secure funding.
Supported by: Jamie McGrigor*, Nanette Milne*, Liz Smith*, Margaret McCulloch*, Gordon MacDonald*
*S4M-11763 Mary Fee: Private Sector Rent Reform—That the Parliament notes that, over the last 10 years, the number of households in the private rented sector has doubled to 368,000; notes with concern that the number of households in poverty in the private rented sector has doubled in the last decade to 120,000; further acknowledges that, in parts of Scotland, rents have risen by nearly 40% in four years and that the average Scottish rent now stands at £537 a month; welcomes Shelter Scotland’s Make Renting Right campaign; supports its calls for reform of the private rented sector, and, in particular, believes that private rented sector tenancies should be reformed to provide tenants with greater security of tenure, including longer standard tenancies and predictable rents for tenants and landlords, including supporting in principle the introduction of a cap on rent rises and the limitation of rent reviews to one per annum.
Supported by: James Kelly*
*S4M-11762 Bill Kidd: 30th Anniversary of World’s Worst Industrial Accident in Bhopal—That the Parliament recognises that 3 December 2014 marks the 30th anniversary of the catastrophic poisonous gas leak from a pesticide factory in the city of Bhopal, which led to what is widely considered to be the world’s worst-ever industrial accident; pays tribute to the 25,000 people killed, their grieving families and the 120,000 survivors who have been made ill by the accident, most of whom are understood not to have access to adequate healthcare; believes that the company that was responsible for the incident, Union Carbide, which is now known as Dow Chemical, has not accepted responsibility; understands that, although the factory is closed, toxins continue to enter the only drinking water available to many Bhopalis and this has led to a second disaster in making people ill and in children being born dead or disabled; further understands that, since 1984, there has been steep growth in industries producing hazardous chemicals, both in India and throughout the world, which has led to consequent damage to workers’ health and safety, and notes that a Scottish delegation, with representatives from the unions, Community, CWU, UCU, NUJ, Unison and Unite, the Edinburgh TUC, the STUC, the Bhopal Medical Appeal, European Work Hazards Network, Scottish Friends of Bhopal and the Scottish Hazards Campaign, is travelling to Bhopal to offer solidarity on the 30th anniversary and to learn from the commitment, strength and endurance of the Bhopali people in order to support Scotland’s own struggles for safer and cleaner workplaces and environments.
Supported by: Joan McAlpine*, Hanzala Malik*, Richard Simpson*, Christina McKelvie*, Rob Gibson*, Patricia Ferguson*
*S4M-11761 Jim Eadie: Sainsbury’s 30th Anniversary of Trading in Scotland—That the Parliament congratulates Sainsbury’s on its 30th anniversary of trading in Scotland, which will be marked with a parliamentary reception on 2 December 2014; recognises that Sainsbury’s first store opened in 1984 at Cameron Toll in Edinburgh and that there are now 85 stores across Scotland, employing more than 8,000 people; congratulates the 14 employees at Cameron Toll who have received long service awards for 30 years working for Sainsbury’s; welcomes the importance of Sainsbury’s Bank, now a wholly-owned subsidiary and based in Scotland; notes the contribution that Sainsbury’s makes in inspiring children to be active; understands that Sainsbury’s has raised more than £3.9 million worth of sporting equipment in Scotland since 2005 as part of its Active Kids programme; welcomes Sainsbury’s commitment to developing the skills of its employees, and notes that 3,019 people have received training at Sainsbury’s Murrayfield Food College in Edinburgh since it opened in January 2011, providing them with accredited City and Guild training.
Supported by: Nanette Milne*, Liz Smith*, Gordon MacDonald*
*S4M-11760 Clare Adamson: Dalziel High School in Motherwell Receives First Class Award—That the Parliament congratulates Dalziel High School in Motherwell on winning the First Class Award at the Scottish First Aid Awards 2014 on 28 November; notes that the awards were created to champion first aid in Scotland and recognise those individuals, businesses and schools that are leading the way in its provision; considers that, by identifying and celebrating first aid role models, the awards aim to raise awareness that first aid can be the difference between a life lost and a life saved, and further congratulates Dalziel High School on all of its hard work in achieving this award.
Supported by: Hanzala Malik*, Joan McAlpine*, Kevin Stewart*, Margaret Mitchell*, Christina McKelvie*, Mike MacKenzie*, Richard Lyle*, Rob Gibson*
*S4M-11759 John Pentland: Centenary of St Mary’s Parish Church, Motherwell—That the Parliament congratulates St Mary’s Parish Church in Motherwell on its centenary year; notes that a special service of thanksgiving and celebration was held on 30 November 2014 and that year of centenary events will culminate with a service of rededication on 14 December, at which the guest preacher will be the Rev John Chalmers, the Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, and sends its best wishes to the congregation as the church begins its second century.
Supported by: Hanzala Malik*, Margaret Mitchell*, Jackie Baillie*, Kevin Stewart*, Richard Lyle*, Clare Adamson*, Paul Martin*, Roderick Campbell*, Patricia Ferguson*
*S4M-11758 Margaret Mitchell: The Oven at Overton Farm—That the Parliament welcomes the Overton Farm Shop café, The Oven, which opened in June 2014; recognises what it believes is the boost to the local economy arising from it employing 20 staff; understands that it sells local and homemade produce, including meat from livestock bred and raised in the Clyde Valley and butchered on site, and wishes everyone at the café increasing success in what it believes is an outstanding example of a community business promoting seasonal produce.
Supported by: Mary Scanlon*, Cameron Buchanan*, Jackie Baillie*, Kevin Stewart*, John Pentland*, Mike MacKenzie*, Richard Lyle*, John Lamont*, Nanette Milne*, Liz Smith*, Jamie McGrigor*, Graeme Dey*
*S4M-11757 Mike MacKenzie: Wind Towers Scotland Scoops Best Supplier at Green Energy Awards 2014—That the Parliament congratulates the Highlands and Islands company, Wind Towers Scotland, on winning the Best Supplier Award at the 2014 Green Energy Awards held in Edinburgh’s EICC; notes that the event brings together industry leaders to honour, acknowledge and celebrate the contributions of individuals and organisations in the renewable energy industry in Scotland; further notes that the Wind Towers manufacturing facility site at Machrihanish fabricates component pieces for turbines and also provides services for the repair and modification of turbine tower sections; understands that the company was described as “a crucial part of the supply chain” by the judges; understands that the Scottish Renewables chief executive, who hosted the awards, described this year’s winners as genuine pioneers and innovators that are making a real difference to the environment and the economy, and considers that Wind Towers’ work and the jobs it provides in Argyll is invaluable to the region and to the renewables industry in Scotland and beyond.
Supported by: Chic Brodie*, Joan McAlpine*, Bill Kidd*, Kevin Stewart*, Richard Lyle*, Adam Ingram*, Rob Gibson*, Clare Adamson*, Roderick Campbell*
*S4M-11756 Fergus Ewing: Tourism, A Legacy from 2014—That the Parliament celebrates the success achieved for tourism in Scotland during 2014 and urges the Scottish Government to renew its efforts for the years ahead.
Supported by: John Swinney*
*S4M-11756.1 Murdo Fraser: Tourism, A Legacy from 2014—As an amendment to motion S4M-11756 in the name of Fergus Ewing (Tourism, A Legacy from 2014), insert at end "; notes the previously expressed view of the Scottish Government that air passenger duty (APD) is holding back tourism in Scotland; welcomes the Smith Commission recommendation to devolve APD, and calls on the Scottish Government to set out in detail its plans for reduction or eradication of APD".
*S4M-11755 James Kelly: Congratulations to Cathkin High School—That the Parliament commends the efforts of pupils and staff at Cathkin High School in Cambuslang on raising £1,000 for Macmillan Cancer Support; understands that, to raise the vital funds, the school held a dress-down day, in which the pupils donated one pound to wear their own clothes, and that the students held a successful coffee morning for teachers, and believes that all of the team at the school are a credit to the community and should be proud of their work in supporting a worthwhile charity.
Supported by: Margaret Mitchell*, Hanzala Malik*, Jackie Baillie*, Richard Lyle*, Patricia Ferguson*, Paul Martin*, Kevin Stewart*, Drew Smith*
*S4M-11754 Gordon MacDonald: Knit and Natter’s Seven-foot Christmas Tree—That the Parliament congratulates the 15 ladies who attend the Wester Hailes Library Knitting Group, Knit and Natter, on producing what it considers a magnificent seven-foot knitted Christmas tree, including decorations; notes that the group began work on the project in the summer and, to give the tree more texture, knitted over 300 green squares in different shades and styles before adorning it with knitted and crafted Christmas crackers, candy canes and baubles, and understands that the tree will be on display in the library until 6 January 2015.
Supported by: Clare Adamson*, Nanette Milne*, Liz Smith*
*S4M-11753 Christian Allard: Money for Torry Mural—That the Parliament congratulates the Old Torry Centre Association on receiving £8,838 from Awards for All Scotland; understands that the money will be put toward supplies to enable local primary and secondary children to create a mural to celebrate the reopening of the Torry Outdoor Sporting Centre, which was closed for a number of years; applauds what it believes is the instilling of a love of community and community engagement in the children and youth of Torry, and anticipates a bright future for the sporting centre.
Supported by: Clare Adamson*
*S4M-11752 Cara Hilton: White Ribbon Fife’s Anniversary—That the Parliament notes the agreement between Fife Partnership and White Ribbon Scotland to become White Ribbon Fife in November 2014, which resulted in what it considers the successful promotion of White Ribbon Fife across communities in Dunfermline and Fife; welcomes what it sees as the tremendously positive response that it received, with many Fifers signing the pledge "never to commit, condone or remain silent about violence against women"; recognises that, while domestic violence victims are primarily women, this is not solely the case and that it impacts on men too; considers that this recognises the need to ensure that men become part of the solution; supports the move by White Ribbon Fife to ask men to wear a white ribbon and take the pledge; understands that the campaign is active in 55 countries worldwide, highlighting what it considers a fundamental human rights issue; notes that White Ribbon Fife’s anniversary event will be held in Glenrothes on 3 December 2014 and that attendees will hear Jackie’s Story, a powerful presentation about domestic abuse based on one woman’s experience but exploring the universal experience of domestic abuse and how it can affect individuals and families; appeals to anyone wishing to show support for an issue that still affects an estimated one in five women during their lifetime to join the campaign during the 16 Days of Action against violence against women; wishes the White Ribbon Fife event every success, and thanks all those who continue to keep this issue out in the open and not behind closed doors.
Supported by: Alex Rowley*, Hanzala Malik*, Jayne Baxter*, Jackie Baillie*, Elaine Murray*, Kevin Stewart*, Drew Smith*, Richard Lyle*, Patricia Ferguson*, Sarah Boyack*, Paul Martin*, Richard Simpson*
*S4M-11751 Angus MacDonald: Grangemouth Stadium Inspiring Future Generations with Glasgow 2014 Equipment Legacy—That the Parliament welcomes the partnership between sportscotland and Falkirk Community Trust, which have teamed up to provide a lasting legacy from the 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games that can inspire future generations of stars by securing the running tracks at Hampden Park and Lesser Hampden for use at Grangemouth Stadium; believes that the opening of the track at Grangemouth Stadium is a demonstration of the continuing legacy of the Commonwealth Games that will help build a more active and healthier Scotland and is tremendous news for performance athletes and members of the local communities in and around the Grangemouth and Falkirk area; understands that Grangemouth Stadium is already extensively used as a training hub for Scottish internationalists and club runners; notes that Grangemouth Stadium was also the grateful recipient of £50,000 worth of weights equipment and a further £90,000 worth of athletics equipment from the Commonwealth Games; believes Grangemouth Stadium to be one of the busiest training centres in the country, with the UK’s first purpose-built Indoor Athletics Academy allowing year-round training for multiple sports as well as strength and conditioning training, and believes that the new track and additional equipment will attract more athletes and help inspire the next generation of Scottish champions.
Supported by: Clare Adamson*
*S4M-11750 Angus MacDonald: Congratulations to Are You Dancing?—That the Parliament congratulates the Falkirk Community Trust’s Are You Dancing? project in the Falkirk East parliamentary constituency on winning the People’s Millions contest on STV East on 24 November 2014 in a public vote; understands that the project will provide a weekly programme of creative dance workshops for 150 children aged from five to 16 who have complex and additional support needs; notes that dance artists from the specialist company, Indepen-Dance, will work in 10 schools in the Falkirk Council area leading creative dance and movement sessions engaging and inspiring the young people involved; further notes that they will also undertake continuing professional development sessions with teachers, support workers and local dance artists and produce a resource pack of materials to be left with each school, which will ensure that dance activity can continue at the end of the project, providing a lasting legacy, and believes that this commendable project will add to the momentum in the area to ensure that people can achieve fulfilled and active lives and inspire a new generation to participate in dance.
Supported by: Clare Adamson*
*S4M-11749 Drew Smith: Terrence Higgins Trust Scotland Launches Only Scotland-wide Postal HIV Testing Service—That the Parliament welcomes the introduction of a Scotland-wide postal HIV testing scheme provided by Terrence Higgins Trust Scotland; notes that it has been launched to coincide with the second annual European HIV Testing Week; understands that Fastest Direct Scotland is available free of charge to anyone with a Scottish postcode and that people wanting to test will be able to place an order at tht.org.uk/fastest and receive an HIV test kit delivered to their door; understands that the process involves a simple finger-prick blood test, which is then posted in a pre-paid envelope to the laboratory for testing; further understands that, in June 2014, there were an estimated 5,881 people living with HIV in Scotland, one in five of whom remain undiagnosed; believes that undiagnosed infection is widely recognised as a key factor driving the HIV epidemic, as someone who remains undiagnosed is much more likely to pass on the virus unwittingly than someone who has tested and is on treatment, and hopes that this project encourages anyone who has not tested before, or perhaps has not tested in some time, to take advantage of the new service and be sure of their HIV status.
Supported by: Clare Adamson*, Paul Martin*
*S4M-11748 Nigel Don: Congratulations to Jill Simpson on Licensee of the Year Award—That the Parliament congratulates Jill Simpson, who lives in Inverbervie in the Angus North and Mearns parliamentary constituency, on receiving two awards for her dedication to teaching French to children in her community; recognises that Jill received what it considers the much-acclaimed Licensee of the Year Award from La Jolie Ronde, an organisation that specialises in providing language classes and resources to primary aged children across the UK and overseas; congratulates Jill on receiving a second award for her 15 years in service, and understands how valuable learning a foreign language can be for children.
Supported by: Nanette Milne*, Joan McAlpine*, Jackie Baillie*, Kevin Stewart*, Mike MacKenzie*, Richard Lyle*, Adam Ingram*, Rob Gibson*, Clare Adamson*
*S4M-11747 Lewis Macdonald: UK Success for Aberdeen and Grampian Chamber of Commerce—That the Parliament congratulates the Aberdeen and Grampian Chamber of Commerce on being named the UK Chamber of the Year at the British Chamber of Commerce Chamber Awards 2014, which took place in London on 27 November; notes that the judges praised Aberdeen and Grampian chamber on its success in representing oil and gas firms in the north east and its efforts to grow the organisation’s membership; recognises that two other north east businesses, Stork and Elan Hair Design, were nominated at the awards in the Excellence in Innovation and Sustainability categories respectively, and congratulates all concerned on achieving recognition for excellence across the UK.
Supported by: Nanette Milne*, Jackie Baillie*, Hanzala Malik*, John Pentland*, Kevin Stewart*, Liam McArthur*, Richard Lyle*, Graeme Dey*, Chic Brodie*, Clare Adamson*, Paul Martin*
*S4M-11746 Gil Paterson: Labour-led Council Cuts Jobs as Bosses Get Massive Pay Hike—That the Parliament condemns the actions of the Labour-led administration of East Dunbartonshire Council, which it understands is planning to cut 800 frontline service jobs, including janitors, binmen, cleaners and gardeners, introducing 40% pay cuts and increasing employees’ working hours to 11 hours per day, while at the same time approving pay rises for council bosses of around £15,000 a year, backdated to 2012.
*S4M-11745 Angus MacDonald: Congratulations to Alexander Dennis Ltd on Securing £300 million Canadian Contract—That the Parliament congratulates the Falkirk-based bus manufacturer, Alexander Dennis Ltd, on securing its most recent major contract with the Canadian transport company, Metrolinx; understands that the £300 million contract will provide 250 new state-of-the-art double-decker buses over the next five years to service the Greater Ontario area, with an option for Metrolinx to then purchase another 150 buses; believes that the privately owned, Falkirk-based company employs over 900 people in the Falkirk and Larbert area and, with this new contract, will establish an additional facility in Canada employing 30 more, adding to its global work force of 2,300 people, and considers that Alexander Dennis Ltd has continued to lead the field of transport manufacturing and is a strong contributor to the local economy as well as to the Scottish manufacturing industry.
Supported by: Clare Adamson*
*S4M-11744 Sandra White: Glasgow Bike Station Putting Students in Pole Position with Uni-Cycle—That the Parliament congratulates the Glasgow Bike Station on being awarded £149,976 from the 19th round of the Climate Challenge Fund; understands that the award will be used to fund the Uni-Cycle project, which aims to work directly with Glasgow’s universities and colleges in order to offer commuter cycle training courses, bicycle maintenance lessons, guided rides and student cycle information at each campus; notes that the scheme aims to ensure that the voice of each student is heard by establishing a city-wide Student Cycle Forum, which aims to represent students and empower them to make changes to the way they, and their peers, travel, and wishes the Glasgow Bike Station every continued success.
Supported by: Drew Smith*, Roderick Campbell*, Hanzala Malik*, Patrick Harvie*, Bill Kidd*, Kevin Stewart*, Mike MacKenzie*, Richard Lyle*, Adam Ingram*, Rob Gibson*, Graeme Dey*
Motions and amendments which have attracted additional support
S4M-11743 The Three Lochs Way (lodged on 27 November 2014) Dennis Robertson*, Dave Thompson*, Mary Scanlon*, Mike MacKenzie*, Richard Lyle*, Patricia Ferguson*, Jamie McGrigor*, Paul Martin*
S4M-11742 International Day of Persons with Disabilities (lodged on 27 November 2014) Dennis Robertson*, Richard Simpson*, John Mason*, Margaret Mitchell*, John Pentland*, Kevin Stewart*, Clare Adamson*, Paul Martin*
S4M-11741 Blairgowrie’s Bradley Neil Nominated for BBC Young Sports Personality of the Year Award (lodged on 27 November 2014) John Lamont*, Bill Kidd*, Dennis Robertson*, Kevin Stewart*, Richard Simpson*, Stuart McMillan*, Margaret Mitchell*, Mike MacKenzie*, Richard Lyle*, Jackie Baillie*
S4M-11740 NG Homes Receives National Good Practice Award from TPAS Scotland (lodged on 27 November 2014) Dennis Robertson*, Clare Adamson*, Paul Martin*
S4M-11737 Ewan MacRae Memorial Award (lodged on 27 November 2014) Nigel Don*, Dennis Robertson*, Clare Adamson*
S4M-11736 Lanarkshire Rape Crisis Centre’s 10th Anniversary (lodged on 27 November 2014) Nigel Don*, Dennis Robertson*, Michael McMahon*, Margaret Mitchell*, Clare Adamson*
S4M-11735 A Successful Year for Maryhill Mobile Crèche (lodged on 27 November 2014) Dennis Robertson*, Kevin Stewart*
S4M-11734 Liberton Pupils Release Keane’s Song in Memory of Keane Wallis-Bennett (lodged on 27 November 2014) Nigel Don*, Bill Kidd*, Dennis Robertson*, Cameron Buchanan*, Clare Adamson*
S4M-11733 Congratulating Sandwick Carnegie Hall (lodged on 27 November 2014) Dennis Robertson*
S4M-11732 Corpus Christi Primary’s Dreamer Musical (lodged on 27 November 2014) Nigel Don*, Dennis Robertson*, Clare Adamson*
S4M-11729 Helensburgh Winter Festival 2014 (lodged on 27 November 2014) Dennis Robertson*
S4M-11728 Football Broadcaster, Arthur Montford (lodged on 27 November 2014) Nigel Don*, Dennis Robertson*, Stuart McMillan*, Margaret Mitchell*, Clare Adamson*, Paul Martin*
S4M-11727 The Reprivatisation of the East Coast Rail Line Franchise (lodged on 27 November 2014) Margaret McDougall*
S4M-11726 Arthur Montford (lodged on 27 November 2014) Nigel Don*, Margaret Mitchell*, Clare Adamson*
S4M-11725 Aberdeen Combined Heat and Power’s Local Energy Challenge Fund Boost (lodged on 27 November 2014) Nigel Don*, Liam McArthur*, Dennis Robertson*, Graeme Dey*, Jackie Baillie*, Clare Adamson*
S4M-11724 Silver City Surfers (lodged on 27 November 2014) Dennis Robertson*, Graeme Dey*, Clare Adamson*
S4M-11723 Smoker Numbers Down (lodged on 27 November 2014) Nigel Don*, Clare Adamson*
S4M-11722 Ability to Implement a Visitor Levy (lodged on 27 November 2014) John Mason*
S4M-11721 Congratulations to Alasdair Maclean, Scottish Union Learning’s 2014 Learner of the Year (lodged on 27 November 2014) Nigel Don*, Bill Kidd*, Dennis Robertson*
S4M-11720 The Umbrella Company Contract Scam (lodged on 27 November 2014) Margaret McDougall*
S4M-11719 Congratulations to Irvine Housing Association (lodged on 26 November 2014) Nigel Don*
S4M-11718 Universal Credit Implementation Failures (lodged on 26 November 2014) Nigel Don*, Bill Kidd*, Clare Adamson*
S4M-11717 Disability Community Wins People’s Millions Public Vote (lodged on 26 November 2014) Dennis Robertson*
S4M-11715 Congratulations to The Bridge Café in Sauchie (lodged on 26 November 2014) Nigel Don*
S4M-11713 The Friendship Network (lodged on 27 November 2014) Dennis Robertson*
S4M-11712 Memorial Match for Clutha Anniversary (lodged on 26 November 2014) Nigel Don*, Margaret McDougall*, Clare Adamson*
S4M-11711 Keppie Design Delivers on Education (lodged on 26 November 2014) Nigel Don*, Bill Kidd*, Clare Adamson*
S4M-11710 Rock Aid at Northfield Academy (lodged on 26 November 2014) Clare Adamson*
S4M-11709 Bag Charge to Aid the Scottish Environment (lodged on 26 November 2014) Fiona McLeod*, Clare Adamson*
S4M-11706 John Ogilvie High School and St Andrew’s Hospice (lodged on 26 November 2014) Clare Adamson*
S4M-11705 The SSE Hydro Celebrates a Year of Success (lodged on 26 November 2014) Clare Adamson*
S4M-11704 Public Survey by the Glasgow Violence Against Women Partnership (lodged on 26 November 2014) Margaret McDougall*
S4M-11700 Carers’ Rights Day (lodged on 26 November 2014) Fiona McLeod*, Margaret McDougall*, Clare Adamson*
S4M-11699 Ingenza wins Youth Employer of the Month Award (lodged on 26 November 2014) Clare Adamson*
S4M-11696 Congratulations to the 2014 Oil and Gas Apprentice of the Year (lodged on 25 November 2014) Clare Adamson*
S4M-11694 Clare’s Law (lodged on 25 November 2014) Margaret McDougall*, Clare Adamson*
S4M-11691 Orkney Builders, Apprentice Employer of the Year 2014 (lodged on 25 November 2014) Clare Adamson*
S4M-11687 SNAP Year One Anniversary (lodged on 25 November 2014) Clare Adamson*
S4M-11681 International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women (lodged on 25 November 2014) Margaret McDougall*, Clare Adamson*
S4M-11678 Welcome for Bòrd na Gàidhlig’s Award to Falkirk Gaelic Forum (lodged on 25 November 2014) Clare Adamson*
S4M-11677 Congratulations to the 2014 Scottish Gaelic Awards Winners and Finalists (lodged on 25 November 2014) Clare Adamson*
S4M-11674 Inaugural Shia Muslim-Christian Interfaith Meeting (lodged on 25 November 2014) Sandra White*, Clare Adamson*
S4M-11671 Recognition for the Hippodrome of Bo’ness (lodged on 24 November 2014) Clare Adamson*
S4M-11670 Atholl Palace Hotel Named among the World’s Best (lodged on 24 November 2014) Clare Adamson*
S4M-11669 Police Scotland Cycle Patrols (lodged on 24 November 2014) Bill Kidd*, Clare Adamson*
S4M-11668 Concern at Trussell Trust Analysis of Foodbank Usage (lodged on 24 November 2014) Clare Adamson*
S4M-11656 Morningside Silver Surfers (lodged on 24 November 2014) Fiona McLeod*
S4M-11629 Cunninghame Housing Association’s Highly Successful Lemon Aid Initiative (lodged on 20 November 2014) Margaret McDougall*
S4M-11628 Educational Disadvantage and Deaf Children in Scotland (lodged on 20 November 2014) Stuart McMillan*
S4M-11495 Nursing Against Health Inequalities (lodged on 11 November 2014) Claire Baker*
S4M-11001 Call for Scottish Cancer Patient Experience Survey (lodged on 25 September 2014) Claire Baker*
S4M-10985 Recognising Andy Scott’s Award-winning Achievements (lodged on 23 September 2014) Claire Baker*
S4M-10966 The R&A Votes to Accept Women Members (lodged on 22 September 2014) Claire Baker*
S4M-10961 Scottish Families Telehealth Programme (lodged on 22 September 2014) Claire Baker*
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