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Economy, Energy and Fair Work Committee 06 November 2018 [Draft] : 06 November 2018


Colin Beattie

Does anyone else have a view on that?



Economy, Energy and Fair Work Committee 06 November 2018 [Draft] : 06 November 2018


Colin Beattie

I appreciate all that you have said, but I am looking for a judgment that is based on your knowledge and experience of both systems. Which is the fairest all round?



Economy, Energy and Fair Work Committee 06 November 2018 [Draft] : 06 November 2018


Colin Beattie

To go back to our earlier discussion, I am not hearing much good about the SFS from an administrative point of view. Which tool would you judge as the fairest to both sides in the process: t...



Economy, Energy and Fair Work Committee 06 November 2018 [Draft] : 06 November 2018


Colin Beattie

How many orders would be for contributions of £50 or more rather than lower amounts?



Economy, Energy and Fair Work Committee 06 November 2018 [Draft] : 06 November 2018


Colin Beattie

Where is the trigger point, for want of a better word? At what point does it become financially viable to collect a payment?



Economy, Energy and Fair Work Committee 06 November 2018 [Draft] : 06 November 2018


Colin Beattie

That is a huge difference.



Economy, Energy and Fair Work Committee 06 November 2018 [Draft] : 06 November 2018


Colin Beattie

It is always difficult to quantify such matters, but can you put any sort of percentage or cost on that extra work? You can even give me a time cost.



Economy, Energy and Fair Work Committee 06 November 2018 [Draft] : 06 November 2018


Colin Beattie

It is not just about the breach of the trigger figures—the administrative difference between the SFS and the CFS means that, right from the beginning, the latter is more onerous. ...



Economy, Energy and Fair Work Committee 06 November 2018 [Draft] : 06 November 2018


Colin Beattie

From what you are saying, it sounds like there is potentially quite a lot of work in each case. Can you quantify the notional cost of that work?



Economy, Energy and Fair Work Committee 06 November 2018 [Draft] : 06 November 2018


Colin Beattie

I want to look at trigger-figure breaches and the administrative impact on advisers. Various witnesses have commented on that, and I would be interested in hearing an explanation of how such...

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SP Bill 26: Prescription (Scotland) Bill (Stage 2) - Amendment 1
Meeting Date: 08/11/2018
Result - For: 27, Against: 78 Abstain: 0
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SP Bill 26: Prescription (Scotland) Bill (Stage 2) - Amendment 2
Meeting Date: 08/11/2018
Result - For: 29, Against: 81 Abstain: 0
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SP Bill 26: Prescription (Scotland) Bill (Stage 2) - Amendment 3
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Result - For: 29, Against: 81 Abstain: 0
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SP Bill 26: Prescription (Scotland) Bill (Stage 2) - Amendment 4
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S5M-14638: Safeguarding Scotland’s International Research Collaborations and Reputation for Scientific Excellence from the Threat of Brexit (Richard Lochhead)
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