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 A motion or amendment is live if it has not been debated, withdrawn or otherwise deleted from the list.

Where a motion or amendment has been withdrawn, it is indicated in this section the day after it has been withdrawn.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-05902 Stuart McMillan: Maid of the Loch Celebrates 60 Years—That the Parliament welcomes the news that the PS Maid of the Loch has celebrated 60 years on Loch Lomond; notes that it was launched in March 1953 and is the last paddle steamer built in Britain and the last in a long line of paddle steamers on the loch, dating back to 1818; further notes that the Lomond Steamship Company has undertaken a campaign to have the Maid of the Loch fully restored and once again plying its trade on Loch Lomond; acknowledges the appeal to get what it considers this iconic steamship back to its former glory, and wishes those involved in the campaign every success.

Supported by: Chic Brodie*, Nigel Don*, Joan McAlpine*, Bill Kidd*, Margaret McCulloch*, Mike MacKenzie*, Linda Fabiani*, Nanette Milne*, Rob Gibson*

*S4M-05901 Marco Biagi: Haymarket Lick of Paint is Real Artwork—That the Parliament congratulates Network Rail on commissioning Gary Mackay, an urban artist, to create what it considers a striking mural at Haymarket Station that depicts key moments in the community’s social, cultural, sporting and artistic history; understands that the mural is part of a Scotland-wide initiative to engage urban artists in order to address unwelcome graffiti; understands that the mural also conceals the ongoing construction work that is aimed at transforming Haymarket Station into a 21st century transport hub for the city, and believes that Gary’s work might encourage people of all ages to take an interest in their community and its history.

Supported by: Nigel Don*

*S4M-05900 Anne McTaggart: Glasgow 2014 Baton Relay—That the Parliament welcomes the announcement of the Queen’s Baton Relay Route in celebration of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games; understands that the relay is described as a "unique element of the Commonwealth Games which unites the two billion citizens of the Commonwealth in a celebration of sport, diversity and peace"; considers that the relay will engage communities across every competing nation in the commonwealth and commends the decision of organisers to include Rwanda as part of the route for the first time in the history of the Games; considers that the baton relay will promote the Commonwealth Games and the host city of Glasgow throughout Asia, Oceania, Africa, North and South America and the Caribbean before returning to Europe; anticipates that the baton relay will be brought to towns, cities and villages across Scotland in the final 40 days before the beginning of the Games, and is encouraged by the growing enthusiasm for the international sporting event in Glasgow, Scotland and all across the Commonwealth.

Supported by: Dennis Robertson*, Nigel Don*, Jayne Baxter*, Bill Kidd*, Graeme Dey*, Margaret McCulloch*, Mike MacKenzie*, Drew Smith*, Linda Fabiani*

*S4M-05899 Alison McInnes: Police Centralisation—That the Parliament notes with concern the ongoing uncertainties surrounding the Police Service of Scotland ahead of its taking over all police functions on 1 April 2013; believes that, by taking control of policing out of the hands of locally elected members and transferring it to a board appointed by the Scottish Ministers, the Scottish Government has created a democratic deficit in Scotland’s police service; further believes that the Scottish Government’s complacent attitude toward its reform programme has allowed the Scottish Police Authority to effectively redefine the scope of its own remit; considers that decisions taken by the Scottish Police Authority on staffing, human resources and budgeting could put at risk the future operational effectiveness of policing in Scotland, and calls on the Scottish Government to review as a matter of urgency whether the Police and Fire Reform (Scotland) Act 2012 should be amended to provide clarity as to the rightful functions and responsibilities of the Scottish Police Authority and to report back to the Parliament before the end of June 2013.

*S4M-05898 Tavish Scott: CAP Reform—That the Parliament notes the crucial importance of a Scottish common agricultural policy (CAP) within the UK; believes that farmers and crofters across Scotland need to understand what decisions the Scottish Government plans; notes that the Welsh Government has modelled CAP reform into payments by region and commends a similar approach for Scotland, and calls on the Scottish Government to set out its plans for implementing CAP reform and to seek the agreement of the Parliament to this before the end of March 2013 so that farmers and crofters can plan for the substantial changes ahead of implementation on 1 January 2015.

*S4M-05897 Rhoda Grant: Cowal Highland Gathering—That the Parliament notes with regret the potential loss of the Cowal Highland Gathering’s elite status awarded to it by the Royal Scottish Pipe Band Association, which could see the number of bands performing at the event drop from around 130 to just 60 after the 2013 event; understands that the Cowal Gathering has been a major fixture in the Highland Games calendar for over 100 years; recognises the benefits to the local economy and to tourism in Cowal and Argyll of hosting a major event that can draw crowds of around 20,000 people, and supports the Cowal Gathering in its continued efforts to secure a long-term future for the Highland Gathering as an internationally recognised world leader in piping competitions.

Supported by: Jamie McGrigor*, Nigel Don*, Sandra White*, Jayne Baxter*

*S4M-05896 Richard Baker: Aberdeen City Council Funding—That the Parliament considers that, in the context of repeatedly poor funding settlements for all local authorities by the Scottish Government, Aberdeen City Council is now the lowest funded local authority in terms of per capita funding and is no longer in receipt of the promised 85% funding floor from the Scottish Government but instead 79.8%; congratulates Aberdeen City Council on the unanimous agreement of its members, including 15 SNP members, to express concern at this situation and that the Scottish Government has reneged on the agreed business rates incentivisation scheme arrangements; considers that, with the proper funding, local authorities can ensure that the appropriate investment is made in local services, improving the quality of life of their residents, and calls on the Scottish Government to follow the lead of the SNP members in Aberdeen City Council and ensure that the council is given the appropriate funding as promised.

Supported by: Jayne Baxter*, Iain Gray*, Margaret McCulloch*, Anne McTaggart*

*S4M-05895 Maureen Watt: The Value of Scotland’s Water Resources—That the Parliament welcomes the publication of The Value of Scotland’s Water Resources by the James Hutton Institute Centre of Expertise for Waters, which provides evidence of the value of water resources in Scotland to inform people and organisations of the potential for the responsible use and conservation of water resources to maximise the benefit to society; notes that what it considers this valuable learning resource contains information on the importance of Scotland’s water for energy, agriculture, tourism and recreation; considers that the James Hutton Institute has a tradition as a leading scientific research centre for issues concerning land, crops, water and the environment, and looks forward to its continuing contribution to political and academic debate.

Supported by: Angus MacDonald*, Kevin Stewart*, Bill Walker*, Joan McAlpine*, Bill Kidd*, Nigel Don*, Aileen McLeod*, John Mason*, Anne McTaggart*, Mike MacKenzie*, Rob Gibson*, Linda Fabiani*, Sandra White*, Colin Keir*, Dennis Robertson*, Graeme Dey*, Chic Brodie*, Roderick Campbell*

*S4M-05894 Bob Doris: Atrial Fibrillation and Stroke Prevention—That the Parliament welcomes the Atrial Fibrillation (AF) and Stroke Prevention Special Interest Group set up in January 2012 to facilitate improvements in public awareness, diagnosis and treatment of AF and support for people diagnosed with AF in Scotland; understands that approximately 67,000 people in Scotland live with AF, that 15% of all strokes in Scotland are caused by AF and that stroke is the third-largest killer in Scotland; recognises the negative impact of both AF and AF-related stroke on individuals and their families as well as what it considers the significant costs to the NHS, social care and society, and wishes the group every success in taking its work forward.

Supported by: Nigel Don*, Bill Walker*, John Mason*, Roderick Campbell*, Joan McAlpine*, Bill Kidd*, Angus MacDonald*, Kevin Stewart*, Jean Urquhart*, Richard Lyle*, Kenneth Gibson*, Aileen McLeod*, Duncan McNeil*, Adam Ingram*, Rob Gibson*, Stuart McMillan*, Anne McTaggart*, Sandra White*, Colin Keir*, Dennis Robertson*, Graeme Dey*, Liam McArthur*

*S4M-05893 John Wilson: New Marie Curie Cancer Care Fundraising Group—That the Parliament welcomes the formation of a new Marie Curie Cancer Care fundraising group for Coatbridge and Airdrie; understands that such groups help out with the charity’s flagship fundraising events such as the Great Daffodil Appeal and the Blooming Great Tea Party; considers that by getting involved in such groups people can raise funds to provide care for terminally ill people and have a chance to socialise and have fun; understands that at the first meeting of the group, in Coatbridge on 20 March 2013, members will hear from the 43 Marie Curie nurses who work across Lanarkshire, will find out about how money that the group raises will be spent and what it means to belong to such a group, and wishes the new group every success in the future.

Supported by: Nigel Don*, Jamie McGrigor*, Joan McAlpine*, Bill Kidd*, Angus MacDonald*, Richard Lyle*, Kenneth Gibson*, Adam Ingram*, Margaret McCulloch*, Rob Gibson*, Kevin Stewart*, Stuart McMillan*, Anne McTaggart*, Mike MacKenzie*, Sandra White*, Jim Hume*, Colin Keir*, Dennis Robertson*, Graeme Dey*

*S4M-05892 Richard Lochhead: Scottish Government Food Policy—That the Parliament welcomes the significant achievements of the national food and drink policy and looks to build on this progress through increasing the number of consumers at home and abroad who enjoy and celebrate Scotland’s famous larder, especially in the run-up to the Commonwealth Games, Ryder Cup and Homecoming in 2014; notes the growing interest in food and drink reflected in the many initiatives underway throughout the country that recognise the different ways that the sector impacts on society,and believes that there remains much untapped potential to promote the high standards of sourcing and provenance in Scotland’s £12.4 billion industry that makes an enormous contribution to Scotland.

Supported by: Paul Wheelhouse*

*S4M-05892.3 Claire Baker: Scottish Government Food Policy—As an amendment to motion S4M-05892 in the name of Richard Lochhead (Scottish Government Food Policy), leave out from "welcomes" to "policy and" and insert “supports the promotion of local produce and sourcing while recognising the need for affordability, particularly as the demand on food banks rises; notes the recent food scandal, including the adulteration of products with horsemeat, which has affected products sold throughout Scotland and, in learning lessons from this, believes that a robust regulatory regime is necessary to ensure the highest standard of food labelling and food safety to restore consumer confidence and trust; expresses concern that a school in Scotland was supplied with adulterated food through a national procurement contract; calls on the Scottish Government to outline what action it will take following the school meals summit; highlights the recent members’ survey by Unison that raises concerns over staff cuts, reductions in food sampling and the future of the meat inspection service and calls on the Scottish Government to outline its response to this; recognises the progress that has been made through the national food and drink policy but believes that there is no room for complacency as it".

*S4M-05892.2 Alison Johnstone: Scottish Government Food Policy—As an amendment to motion S4M-05892 in the name of Richard Lochhead (Scottish Government Food Policy), leave out from "welcomes" to end and insert "recognises the scandal that has hit the food industry across Europe in recent weeks and welcomes the overdue attention now being paid to the nature of the modern globalised food chain; considers that the growth of an industrialised and corporately controlled food chain has contributed to a fundamentally unhealthy and unsustainable food culture; believes that Scotland’s food and drink policy must recognise this crisis and begin to break the domination of multinational companies in the food system, ensure that small and independent businesses play a greater role in Scotland’s food and drink supply chain, rebuild the knowledge and skills related to growing and cooking food that have been undermined in recent years and ensure that affordable, nutritious and locally-sourced food is available to buy across the country; recognises the important role that healthy food could play in improving Scotland’s health and reducing obesity, and congratulates the multitude of community-driven initiatives underway throughout the country promoting affordable, healthy and sustainable food."

Supported by: John Finnie*, Jean Urquhart*, Patrick Harvie*, Margo MacDonald*

*S4M-05892.1 Tavish Scott: Scottish Government Food Policy—As an amendment to motion S4M-05892 in the name of Richard Lochhead (Scottish Government Food Policy), insert at end ", and further believes that reform in public sector food procurement is needed to place a greater importance on procuring quality produce from local suppliers."

*S4M-05891# Aileen McLeod: History is Made at the Mull of Galloway—That the Parliament notes the decisive result of the ballot of the community of Kirkmaiden on a community buyout of the Mull of Galloway Lighthouse, with more than 98% in favour of plans to operate what it considers this iconic landmark on the most southerly point in Scotland as a visitor attraction; considers that the South Rhins Community Development Trust has a strong track record in helping to develop the Mull as a visitor attraction over the last 12 years; considers this a strong foundation on which the new Mull of Galloway Community Trust can build future successes that it believes will bring more economic benefit to a remote rural economy, and offers its best wishes to the community for its future as the owners of the most southerly part of the country.

Supported by: Bill Kidd*, Mike MacKenzie*, Joan McAlpine*, Alex Fergusson*, Rob Gibson*, Nigel Don*, Chic Brodie*, Gordon MacDonald*, Richard Lyle*, Kenneth Gibson*, Colin Keir*, Bill Walker*, Gil Paterson*, Jean Urquhart*, Kevin Stewart*, Roderick Campbell*, Sandra White*, Dennis Robertson*

*S4M-05890 Kevin Stewart: Congratulations to the People of Independent Norway—That the Parliament congratulates the people of Norway on achieving a 13.4% increase in the value of their Sovereign Wealth Oil Fund in 2012; recognises that this small, European nation’s oil fund is now valued at £450 billion and is 40% bigger than the value of the entire Norwegian economy; believes that Scotland’s oil wealth has been squandered by successive UK governments on illegal wars and weapons of mass destruction, and believes that the people of Scotland, like the people of Norway, can benefit from their oil wealth if they vote for an independent Scotland in the 2014 referendum.

Supported by: Stuart McMillan*, Nigel Don*, George Adam*, Willie Coffey*, Joan McAlpine*, Chic Brodie*, Gordon MacDonald*, Richard Lyle*, Kenneth Gibson*, John Mason*, Rob Gibson*, Angus MacDonald*, Colin Keir*, Bill Walker*, Mike MacKenzie*, Bill Kidd*, Linda Fabiani*, Roderick Campbell*, Gil Paterson*, Jean Urquhart*, Bob Doris*, Christina McKelvie*, Sandra White*, Dennis Robertson*, Graeme Dey*

*S4M-05889 Kevin Stewart: Congratulations to Aberdeen UOTC—That the Parliament congratulates Aberdeen Universities Officers’ Training Corps (UOTC) on winning Exercise Northern Lights; notes that Northern Lights is an annual sports and piping competition between UOTCs from Scotland and Northern Ireland and was hosted in 2013 by the City of Edinburgh UOTC at Redford Barracks, and understands that, despite being the smallest UOTC on the UK mainland, Aberdeen UOTC continues going from strength to strength due to what it considers the tremendous efforts of staff and officer cadets alike.

Supported by: Nigel Don*, Sandra White*, Dennis Robertson*

*S4M-05888♦ Christine Grahame: Boom Hamilton, First Dux of Penicuik High School—That the Parliament notes that, on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the opening of Penicuik High School, the school is commemorating the life and contribution of Sir James Arnot Hamilton, first dux of Penicuik High School in 1938, who took a wartime, fast-track degree in civil engineering at the University of Edinburgh, graduating in 1943, and went on to what is considered a long and distinguished career working on flying boats, including Sunderlands and a floating Spitfire; notes that he was appointed project director for the first Anglo-French combat aircraft, which became the RAF’s first jet to be designed in metric, later named the Jaguar, and as a specialist in wing design, and notes that he went on to be director general of the Concorde Project, becoming known among his civil service colleagues as "Boom Hamilton" because of his insistence that before Concorde went into service, the public had the right to hear what sonic booms would sound like when the plane reached its top speeds.

Supported by: Bill Kidd*, Stuart McMillan*, Mike MacKenzie*, Joan McAlpine*, Nigel Don*, Chic Brodie*, Kenneth Gibson*, Richard Lyle*, Colin Keir*, Roderick Campbell*, Gil Paterson*, Kevin Stewart*, Sandra White*, Dennis Robertson*

*S4M-05887 Christina McKelvie: Machan Trust Funding Award—That the Parliament congratulates the Machan Trust on its recent funding award from the Lloyds TSB Foundation for Scotland; understands that this funding will go toward the salary of a part-time volunteer coordinator; considers that the Machan Trust does positive work in running a variety of youth groups each week, ranging from drama to football to music; considers that the vital importance of groups such as this cannot be overestimated in supporting people in the community, and wishes them well in their continuing endeavours.

Supported by: Nigel Don*, Sandra White*, Dennis Robertson*

*S4M-05886 Christina McKelvie: COVEY, Looked After and Accommodated Project Funding—That the Parliament congratulates the Community Volunteers Enabling Youth Project on its recent funding award from the Lloyds TSB Foundation for Scotland; understands that the funding will go toward the running costs of the Looked After and Accommodated Project to work with and support between 10 and 13 young people per year; considers that community groups such as these provide valuable work in supporting people in the community, and wishes them well in their continuing endeavours.

Supported by: Nigel Don*, Sandra White*, Dennis Robertson*

*S4M-05865# Hanzala Malik: Recognising and Marking the Genocide Conducted against the Kurds of Iraq—That the Parliament welcomes the decision by the parliaments of Sweden, Norway and the UK to formally recognise the genocide conducted against the Kurds of Iraq, most notably including the chemical bombardment of Halabja in March 1988 in which 5,000 people were reportedly killed; *recognises the Kurdish immigrants who have made their home in Glasgow, and notes calls for the Scottish Parliament to join these parliaments and formally recognise the genocide and for* the Scottish Government to consider what support it can give to a growing and global campaign to mark the Kurdish genocide and bring comfort to the people of the Kurdistan region in Iraq, which it considers has many similarities to Scotland and whose people and society continue to suffer the devastating impact of the genocide, which lasted from 1963 to 1988.

Supported by: Christine Grahame, Jean Urquhart, Mike MacKenzie, Bill Walker, Liam McArthur, Colin Keir, John Finnie, Richard Lyle, Neil Findlay, Gil Paterson, Roderick Campbell, Kevin Stewart, John Mason, Annabelle Ewing, Sandra White, Anne McTaggart, Michael McMahon, Jackie Baillie, Margaret McCulloch, Patricia Ferguson, Clare Adamson*

Motions and amendments which have attracted additional support

S4M-05885 East Dunbartonshire Re-awarded Fairtrade Zone Status ­(lodged on 08 March 2013) Kevin Stewart*, Patricia Ferguson*, Angus MacDonald*, Clare Adamson*, David Torrance*, Annabelle Ewing*, Elaine Smith*, Joan McAlpine*, Adam Ingram*, Bob Doris*, Richard Lyle*, Mike MacKenzie*, Anne McTaggart*, Bill Kidd*, Stuart McMillan*, Colin Keir*, Gil Paterson*, Sandra White*, Dennis Robertson*

S4M-05884 Roxburgh and Berwickshire Citizens Advice Bureau We Hear You Project ­(lodged on 08 March 2013) Margaret Mitchell*, Nanette Milne*, Liz Smith*, Kevin Stewart*, Jim Hume*, Liam McArthur*, Bob Doris*, Richard Lyle*, Mike MacKenzie*, Christine Grahame*, Gil Paterson*, Sandra White*

S4M-05882 The Closure of Craigiehall Army HQ and the Future Defence of Scotland ­(lodged on 08 March 2013) Sandra White*, Dennis Robertson*

S4M-05880 Inspiring Smokers to Kick the Habit ­(lodged on 08 March 2013) Kenneth Gibson*, Patricia Ferguson*, Elaine Murray*, James Kelly*, David Torrance*, Jean Urquhart*, Neil Findlay*, Richard Lyle*, Anne McTaggart*, Neil Bibby*, Sandra White*

S4M-05879 International Women’s Day ­(lodged on 07 March 2013) David Torrance*, Jean Urquhart*, John Finnie*, Sarah Boyack*, Gil Paterson*, Stuart McMillan*, Sandra White*, Dennis Robertson*

S4M-05878 UN International Year of Water Cooperation 2013 ­(lodged on 07 March 2013) Clare Adamson*, David Torrance*, Jean Urquhart*, Angus MacDonald*, John Finnie*, Gil Paterson*, Dennis Robertson*

S4M-05876 World Plumbing Day ­(lodged on 07 March 2013) Drew Smith*, Clare Adamson*, David Torrance*, Jean Urquhart*, Gil Paterson*, Dennis Robertson*

S4M-05875 UK City of Culture 2017 ­(lodged on 07 March 2013) Clare Adamson*, Jean Urquhart*, Jenny Marra*

S4M-05874 World Book Day 2013 ­(lodged on 07 March 2013) Clare Adamson*, Sarah Boyack*

S4M-05873 Save the Pars ­(lodged on 07 March 2013) David Torrance*

S4M-05872 North East Groups Secure Big Lottery Funding ­(lodged on 07 March 2013) Dennis Robertson*

S4M-05871 Kurdish Contribution to Scotland, Remembering Halabja ­(lodged on 07 March 2013) Clare Adamson*, David Torrance*, Jean Urquhart*, John Finnie*, Gil Paterson*, Dennis Robertson*

S4M-05870 Drumming up Support for Inaugural Scottish Schools Pipe Band Championships ­(lodged on 07 March 2013) Clare Adamson*, David Torrance*, Jean Urquhart*, Gil Paterson*, Dennis Robertson*

S4M-05869 Irvine Housing Association Rated Top Not-for-profit Organisation Based in Scotland ­(lodged on 07 March 2013) Clare Adamson*, Dennis Robertson*

S4M-05867 Mini Moves Step Closer ­(lodged on 07 March 2013) Clare Adamson*, David Torrance*, Jean Urquhart*, Dennis Robertson*

S4M-05866 Greener Kirkcaldy Receives Awards for All Scotland Grant ­(lodged on 07 March 2013) Clare Adamson*, Dennis Robertson*

S4M-05863 Balerno Village Screen ­(lodged on 06 March 2013) Clare Adamson*, Dennis Robertson*

S4M-05862 OFT Report Reveals Need for Cap on Credit ­(lodged on 06 March 2013) Clare Adamson*, Jayne Baxter*

S4M-05861 In Support of Edinburgh Research and Innovation ­(lodged on 06 March 2013) Clare Adamson*, Dennis Robertson*

S4M-05860 Lab in a Lorry ­(lodged on 06 March 2013) Clare Adamson*, Dennis Robertson*

S4M-05859 Congratulations to Mya Lindsay ­(lodged on 06 March 2013) Clare Adamson*, Kevin Stewart*

S4M-05858 Deveron Arts’ Hospitality, the Walking Boot, the Neep and the Dictionary ­(lodged on 06 March 2013) Clare Adamson*

S4M-05857 Congratulations to St Peter’s Pupils ­(lodged on 06 March 2013) Clare Adamson*

S4M-05856 Remembering Alex Maxwell ­(lodged on 06 March 2013) Clare Adamson*

S4M-05855 Office of Fair Trading Acting against Payday Lenders ­(lodged on 06 March 2013) Clare Adamson*

S4M-05854 New Nature Reserve for Stenhousemuir ­(lodged on 06 March 2013) Clare Adamson*

S4M-05853 Sectarian Attacks against the Shia Community ­(lodged on 06 March 2013) Clare Adamson*

S4M-05845 Hugo Chávez ­(lodged on 06 March 2013) Jean Urquhart*

S4M-05844 Death of Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez ­(lodged on 06 March 2013) Jean Urquhart*, Sandra White*

S4M-05843 Lanarkshire Schools Success with 2014 Communities Programme Awards ­(lodged on 06 March 2013) Clare Adamson*, Bruce Crawford*, Sandra White*

S4M-05842 Protecting New Lanark from Inappropriate Development ­(lodged on 06 March 2013) Richard Lyle*, Mike MacKenzie*, Sandra White*

S4M-05841 North Ayrshire Sports Association for the Disabled ­(lodged on 06 March 2013) Clare Adamson*, Sandra White*

S4M-05840 The Dr Gavin Wallace Fellowship for Writers ­(lodged on 06 March 2013) Sandra White*

S4M-05837 Impact of College Regionalisation on Midlothian ­(lodged on 05 March 2013) Sandra White*

S4M-05836 Asda Academy Opportunity for Joseph Robertson Ltd ­(lodged on 05 March 2013) Sandra White*

S4M-05834 Young Mathematicians are Regional Champions ­(lodged on 05 March 2013) Sandra White*

S4M-05833 Congratulating PDSA Kirkcaldy Volunteers ­(lodged on 05 March 2013) Sandra White*

S4M-05832 New Nature Reserve Created at Kinneil ­(lodged on 05 March 2013) Clare Adamson*, Sandra White*

S4M-05831 Neigh Horsemeat in Dumfries and Galloway ­(lodged on 05 March 2013) Sandra White*

S4M-05830 Usdaw’s Time to Care ­(lodged on 05 March 2013) Neil Bibby*, Claudia Beamish*, Jean Urquhart*, Sandra White*

S4M-05829 World Poetry Day 2013 ­(lodged on 05 March 2013) Clare Adamson*, Bruce Crawford*, Sandra White*

S4M-05828 Praise for Postal Workers ­(lodged on 05 March 2013) Clare Adamson*, Sandra White*

S4M-05827 RAMH Employability Support ­(lodged on 05 March 2013) Clare Adamson*, Sandra White*

S4M-05826 Bespoke Scottish Tours ­(lodged on 05 March 2013) Sandra White*

S4M-05825 Continued Success for Reach Community Pharmacies ­(lodged on 05 March 2013) Clare Adamson*

S4M-05824 Scottish Youth Parliament ­(lodged on 05 March 2013) Clare Adamson*, Graeme Pearson*, Sandra White*

S4M-05817 Best Chippy Chips in Scotland ­(lodged on 05 March 2013) Sandra White*

S4M-05816 Novel Success ­(lodged on 05 March 2013) Clare Adamson*, Sandra White*

S4M-05815 Clydebank College Success ­(lodged on 05 March 2013) Clare Adamson*, Sandra White*

S4M-05814 Bodyworks on Tour ­(lodged on 04 March 2013) Clare Adamson*, Sandra White*

S4M-05812 Dumfries Curlers Retake World Record ­(lodged on 05 March 2013) Sandra White*

S4M-05811 Aberdeen Neonatal Scrapbook, Miracles & Memories ­(lodged on 04 March 2013) Clare Adamson*, Sandra White*

S4M-05810 Eilidh Child Wins Gold in Gothenburg ­(lodged on 04 March 2013) Sandra White*

S4M-05809 Dyslexia in Engineering ­(lodged on 04 March 2013) Clare Adamson*, Sandra White*

S4M-05808 University of Stirling Japanese Week ­(lodged on 04 March 2013) Sandra White*

S4M-05807 Children 1st Campaign ­(lodged on 04 March 2013) Sandra White*

S4M-05806 Glasgow Warriors are Glasgow with Style ­(lodged on 04 March 2013) Bob Doris*, Bruce Crawford*

S4M-05803 Food Assistance ­(lodged on 04 March 2013) Angus MacDonald*, Bruce Crawford*

S4M-05801 25th Anniversary of the Kurdish Genocide ­(lodged on 04 March 2013) Jean Urquhart*

S4M-05789 Using Prisoners’ Assets to Reduce Reoffending ­(lodged on 01 March 2013) John Scott*

S4M-05784 Scottish CND If Britain Fired Trident Report ­(lodged on 28 February 2013) Angus MacDonald*

S4M-05777 Scandal of Rising Energy Profits, Prices, Salaries and Fuel Poverty ­(lodged on 28 February 2013) Elaine Smith*

S4M-05753 If Britain Fired Trident ­(lodged on 27 February 2013) Elaine Smith*

S4M-05625 Social Tourism ­(lodged on 12 February 2013) Rhoda Grant*

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