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Racist Incidents in Scotland

That the Parliament welcomes what it considers the small reduction in the number of racist incidents reported to the police in Scotland for the year 2010-11; expresses concern, however, about the increase in racist incidents in 13 local authority areas, including Glasgow, over the same period; believes the statistics to be no grounds for complacency; reaffirms that racism has no place in Scotland, and considers that all members and the Scottish Government should remain vigilant in tackling racism and hatred in all their forms.

Supported by: Michael McMahon, Liam McArthur, Bill Walker, Graeme Pearson, Graeme Dey, Colin Beattie, Humza Yousaf, Anne McTaggart, Jackie Baillie, David Torrance, Bob Doris, Richard Lyle, Iain Gray, Annabelle Ewing, Helen Eadie, Hugh Henry, Joe FitzPatrick, Roderick Campbell, John Mason, Alison Johnstone, Jamie Hepburn, Neil Bibby, John Finnie, Sandra White, Mike MacKenzie, Gil Paterson, Jean Urquhart, Marco Biagi, Margaret McDougall, Clare Adamson, Margaret Burgess, Drew Smith, Paul Wheelhouse, Aileen McLeod, Kevin Stewart, Kezia Dugdale, Lewis Macdonald, James Dornan, Christina McKelvie, Mark McDonald, Mary Fee, Linda Fabiani, Dave Thompson, Stewart Maxwell

Current Status: Fallen on 19/10/2012
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