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Meeting of the Parliament 22 May 2019 [Draft] : 22 May 2019 View PDF version
Brian Whittle (South Scotland) (Con)

I am grateful for the opportunity to speak in the debate, and I thank the Economy, Energy and Fair Work Committee for its report.

Meeting of the Parliament 22 May 2019 [Draft] : 22 May 2019 View PDF version
Brian Whittle

Will the minister give way?

Meeting of the Parliament 22 May 2019 [Draft] : 22 May 2019 View PDF version
Brian Whittle

I am interested in the value of those contracts compared with the total value awarded through public procurement.

Meeting of the Parliament 22 May 2019 [Draft] : 22 May 2019 View PDF version
Brian Whittle (South Scotland) (Con)

I think that the minister would agree that, in delivering patient safety, it is important that we look after the needs of our healthcare professionals and ensure ...

Meeting of the Parliament 15 May 2019 [Draft] : 15 May 2019 View PDF version
Brian Whittle (South Scotland) (Con)

I thank the Liberal Democrats for bringing this debate to the chamber.

Public Petitions Committee 09 May 2019 [Draft] : 09 May 2019 View PDF version
Brian Whittle (South Scotland) (Con)

Following on from the convener’s line of questioning, I have a point of clarification. Do you accept that there is a migration of GPs from rural to urban areas, especially to the better-off ...

Public Petitions Committee 09 May 2019 [Draft] : 09 May 2019 View PDF version
Brian Whittle

We have been gathering evidence that suggests that such a migration is taking place.

Public Petitions Committee 09 May 2019 [Draft] : 09 May 2019 View PDF version
Brian Whittle

Most of us have mailbags that are full of stories of GP surgeries that are struggling in our areas. Many GPs are moving to an urban setting. We could easily gathe...

Public Petitions Committee 09 May 2019 [Draft] : 09 May 2019 View PDF version
Brian Whittle

I will ask you to keep me right here, convener, but is it not the committee’s understanding that the assertion that TAGRA was involved goes against the evidence t...

Public Petitions Committee 09 May 2019 [Draft] : 09 May 2019 View PDF version
Brian Whittle

Why is the Scottish workload allocation formula analysis based on data from a small group of highly unrepresentative practices that stopped collecting data in 201...

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