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 A motion or amendment is live if it has not been debated, withdrawn or otherwise deleted from the list.

Where a motion or amendment has been withdrawn, it is indicated in this section the day after it has been withdrawn.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-08228 Jackie Baillie: House of Commons to Vote on Repealing the Bedroom Tax—That the Parliament welcomes the Labour Party bringing forward a vote in the House of Commons on repealing the so-called bedroom tax, which it considers a detested policy; notes that this will take place on 12 November 2013; believes that this will be a very significant step forward, especially for the numerous vulnerable households across the UK that have fallen into arrears or been threatened with eviction as a result of its introduction; calls on every MP, regardless of party, to support this repeal, and congratulates Ed Miliband on what it sees as his determination to banish the bedroom tax to the dustbin of history.

Supported by: Mark Griffin*, Iain Gray*

*S4M-08226 Joe FitzPatrick on behalf of the Parliamentary Bureau: Substitution on Committees—That the Parliament agrees that Stewart Stevenson be appointed to replace Christian Allard as the Scottish National Party substitute on the Local Government and Regeneration Committee.

*S4M-08225 Joe FitzPatrick on behalf of the Parliamentary Bureau: Committee Membership—That the Parliament agrees that—

Christian Allard be appointed to replace Colin Keir as a member of the Justice Committee;

Christian Allard be appointed to replace Mark McDonald as a member of the Economy, Energy and Tourism Committee;

Stewart Stevenson be appointed to replace Dave Thompson as a member of the Standards, Procedures and Public Appointments Committee;

Colin Keir be appointed to replace Mark McDonald as a member of the Health and Sport Committee;

Stuart McMillan be appointed to replace Christian Allard as a member of the Delegated Powers and Law Reform Committee; and

Mark McDonald be appointed to replace Stewart Stevenson as a member of the Local Government and Regeneration Committee.

*S4M-08224 Roderick Campbell: North East Fife Toilets Wipe the Floor with the Competition—That the Parliament congratulates Elie Harbour, Elie Ruby Bay and Kingsbarns public toilets on their recognition at the National Loo of the Year Awards 2013; understands that Kingsbarns was judged to have reached the Gold standard and is in the running to become overall Scottish winner, and that both Elie facilities were judged to have reached Silver standard, and considers that the hard work and dedication of the Fife Coast and Countryside Trust has ensured that the visitors to the Fife Coastal Path benefit from these award-winning facilities.

Supported by: David Torrance*, Colin Beattie*, Liz Smith*, Chic Brodie*, Richard Lyle*, Annabelle Ewing*, Rob Gibson*, Adam Ingram*

*S4M-08222 Richard Simpson: Welcoming the Appointment of Dr Avinash Kanodia—That the Parliament welcomes the appointment of Dr Avinash Kanodia, a consultant radiologist with NHS Tayside, who will officially become the Scottish Adult Neuro-Oncology Network clinical lead on 4 November 2013 and thanks the current lead clinician, Professor Roy Rampling, for his leadership in continuing the development of what it considers this important Scottish managed clinical network in brain and central nervous system tumours.

*S4M-08220 Richard Simpson: Genetic Testing for Prostate Cancer—That the Parliament recognises the Movember campaign, which highlights the significant mortality rate from prostate cancer and the difficulty in predicting which early cancers require radical intervention as opposed to watchful waiting; acknowledges what it considers the inadequacy of Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA) as a predictive or screening tool; welcomes the research by a UK/US team, led by Dan Berney, on CCP Score, which it considers is a novel genetic test for prostate cancer; notes that the team has developed an expression signature composed of 31 cell cycle progressions and 15 housekeeper genes; understands that an expression score (Prolaris score) was derived as the mean of all cell cycle progression genes and that the signature was tested at disease diagnosis in two conservatively managed cohorts (N=337 and 349) after radical prostatectomy in two cohorts from the United States (N=366 and 413) and after external beam radiation therapy (N=141); notes that all studies were retrospective; understands that the CCP signature was a highly significant predictor of outcome in all five studies; also understands that, in conservatively managed patients, the Prolaris score was the dominant variable for predicting death from prostate cancer; believes that, in all five studies, the HR per unit change in the Prolaris score was remarkably similar, ranging from 1.89 to 2.92, indicating that the effect size for the Prolaris score is robust in terms of clinical setting and patient composition, and hopes that what it considers this innovative tool will now be examined further in prospective studies. R

Supported by: Tavish Scott*, Hanzala Malik*, Margaret McCulloch*, Jackie Baillie*, David Stewart*, David Torrance*, Colin Beattie*, Jean Urquhart*, Jim Hume*, Jackson Carlaw*, Nanette Milne*, Mike MacKenzie*, Kenneth Gibson*, Richard Lyle*, Anne McTaggart*

*S4M-08219 Richard Simpson: International Day of Medical Physics—That the Parliament welcomes the first-ever International Day of Medical Physics on 7 November 2013; recognises what it sees as the valuable role played by those professionals engaged in this field in the NHS in Scotland, and considers that, with the growing use of radiotherapy and investigations involving emissions, their role is expanding and that this international recognition is overdue.

*S4M-08218 Colin Beattie: Sam Campbell’s 42 Years of Public Service in Midlothian Council—That the Parliament congratulates Sam Campbell on what it considers his long and distinguished career, with 34 years of service spent representing Dalkeith and Newton on Midlothian Council and eight years as Provost of Midlothian; considers that, during his career, he was a dedicated elected member of Midlothian Council and played a key role in the creation of COSLA in 1975; considers that, in his time as housing chairman in the early 1980s, Sam was at the forefront of the modernisation of post-war housing and that he always took the time to listen to concerned constituents and to advocate for their issues; understands that he also endeavoured to ensure that the Midlothian economy stayed competitive by implementing initiatives such as the Midlothian Tourism Action Plan in 2004 and making presentations to parliamentary committees informing and advocating what Midlothian people needed most out of a bus service; notes that he was awarded what is considered the prestigious Freedom of Midlothian in 2007; congratulates him on his years as chairman of Danderhall Community Council and as a member of Eskbank Community Council; believes that Sam Campbell is a hard-working example of a public servant; congratulates him on what it sees as his well-earned retirement, and wishes him all the best in his future endeavours.

Supported by: Joan McAlpine*, Richard Lyle*, Adam Ingram*, Iain Gray*, Jackie Baillie*, Stuart McMillan*

*S4M-08217 John Pentland: Jack Alexander, The Alexander Brothers—That the Parliament regrets the passing of Jack Alexander of the Alexander Brothers at the age of 77; considers that the musical brothers, former painters and decorators from Cambusnethan, Wishaw, enjoyed a very successful 54-year career and notes that they only retired last year when ill-health forced them to cancel performances; further notes that they were both appointed MBE in 2005 for their dedication to the entertainment profession and were considered to be among Scotland’s best-loved entertainers; commends the brothers’ commitment to their musical career, with Jack classically trained on the piano and Tom on the accordion; notes that their early years included performances in working men’s clubs in Lanarkshire, with their popularity later growing to include 30 albums and several tours of Canada, the United States, Australia and New Zealand, and understands that their 1964 hit single, Nobody’s Child, sold more copies in Scotland that year than did recordings by The Beatles.

Supported by: Willie Coffey*, Hanzala Malik*, Bill Kidd*, Nanette Milne*, Liz Smith*, Jayne Baxter*, Roderick Campbell*, Fiona McLeod*, Jim Hume*, David Torrance*, Margaret McCulloch*, Annabelle Ewing*, Jackie Baillie*, Anne McTaggart*, Richard Simpson*, Colin Beattie*, Jean Urquhart*, Jackson Carlaw*, Mike MacKenzie*, Iain Gray*, Kenneth Gibson*

*S4M-08216 Siobhan McMahon: Congratulations to Chatelherault Primary School and Nursery Class—That the Parliament congratulates Chatelherault Primary School and Nursery Class in Hamilton on the outcome of its recent Education Scotland inspection; believes that the report is recognition of the educational excellence and social development provided at the school; understands that, in particular, it praised the ability of staff to identify and assess children with additional support needs; notes that the inspectors witnessed the progress of children with autism and the help provided by the autisitic spectrum disorder base at the school; understands that the students reported that they are happy at the school and feel safe and secure; considers that this is in no small part due to the care and support provided by staff; recognises what it sees as the school’s efforts to promote healthy lifestyles by encouraging students to exercise and eat well, and wishes the staff and pupils every success.

Supported by: Richard Lyle*, Hanzala Malik*, Bill Kidd*, Jayne Baxter*, David Torrance*, Margaret McCulloch*, Jackie Baillie*, Colin Beattie*, Mike MacKenzie*

*S4M-08215 Siobhan McMahon: Congratulations to the Members of the Scottish Disability Golf Partnership—That the Parliament congratulates the members of the Scottish Disability Golf Partnership (SDGP) who took part in the Order of Merit Championship 2013; understands that the final was played on 12 October 2013 at St Andrews and was won by Trevor Crombie; notes that the competition brought together over 50 of the best disabled golfers from Scotland, England and further afield to play on a range of courses across Britain; acknowledges the commitment of the athletes involved and considers that taking part in what it considers this prestigious tournament is an impressive achievement; recognises the benefits for disabled people of participation in sports and congratulates the SDGP’s work in this area by offering lessons and practice time; congratulates 8-year-old Ben Osborne and 11-year-old Josh Osborne on winning a special award of Dedicated Coaches for 2013; further praises Gavin Fisher for sponsoring the final, and wishes all involved every success in the future.

Supported by: John Wilson*, Richard Lyle*, Hanzala Malik*, Bill Kidd*, Annabelle Ewing*, Liz Smith*, Jayne Baxter*, Nanette Milne*, Jim Hume*, David Torrance*, Aileen McLeod*, Jackie Baillie*, Tavish Scott*, Richard Simpson*, Alison Johnstone*, Colin Beattie*, Mike MacKenzie*, Sarah Boyack*

*S4M-08214♦ Richard Baker: Unite’s Back Home Safe Campaign—That the Parliament welcomes the launch by Unite the Union of the campaign, Back Home Safe, which calls for immediate improvements to the safety of offshore flight; understands that, following the tragic fatal North Sea helicopter crash in August 2013, the union carried out an extensive consultation with its members in Aberdeen and across Scotland, and with others in the offshore workforce, the outcome of which suggested that over half of the workers are not confident in offshore helicopter flight safety; believes that workers on North Sea installations are taking an active role in supporting the campaign, which calls for improvements to be made in a number of areas, including increased investment to create a larger offshore fleet, changes to the internal seat configuration of the helicopters and the compulsory fitting of internal emergency lighting, and notes both the calls for the industry and Scottish Government to engage fully with the union to help ensure that these measures are implemented and for an independent commission to be set up to examine the issue of helicopter safety.

Supported by: Richard Simpson*

*S4M-08213 James Kelly: Congratulations to Jordan Mount from Rutherglen—That the Parliament congratulates 13-year-old Jordan Mount who, supported by his family, raised £2,327 for the Society for Mucopolysaccharide and Related Diseases; recognises that Jordan has undergone numerous operations for the enzyme disorder, Hurler’s syndrome, and considers that his battle and efforts to raise money to fight his condition are an inspiration to many people; understands that, in 2008, Jordan was awarded the Best Brave Child Award for his courage at a London ceremony for Well Child; pays tribute to Jordan for what it considers his fantastic dedication in raising money for a charity that depends on voluntary donations to aid its research work, and wishes Jordan and his family all the best for the future.

Supported by: David Stewart*, Anne McTaggart*, Jayne Baxter*, Patricia Ferguson*, John Pentland*, Claudia Beamish*, David Torrance*, Roderick Campbell*, Nanette Milne*, Hanzala Malik*, Annabelle Ewing*, Colin Beattie*, Jim Hume*, Mark McDonald*, Mike MacKenzie*, Bill Kidd*, Jackie Baillie*, Richard Simpson*, Alison Johnstone*

*S4M-08212 Aileen McLeod: Lung Cancer Awareness Month—That the Parliament notes that November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month; welcomes the launch of the Scottish Government’s new awareness campaign, extra time, which is supported by Sir Alex Ferguson and aims to increase the early detection of the condition; understands that this is part of the Scottish Government’s £30 million Detect Cancer Early Programme, which is initially focusing on breast, bowel and lung cancer and has a target to increase early detection by 25% by the end of 2015; believes that lung cancer is the most common cancer in Scotland and that early diagnosis will help with long-term survival rates, and encourages anyone who has been experiencing an unexplained cough or other similar symptoms for more than three weeks to get themselves checked by visiting their GP.

Supported by: Mark McDonald*, Richard Simpson*, Nanette Milne*, Joan McAlpine*

*S4M-08211 Richard Simpson: Congratulations to Balfron High School—That the Parliament congratulates everyone at Balfron High School on it being selected by the Commonwealth Games Organising Committee to nominate a pupil representative to take part in the Queen’s Baton Relay ahead of the 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games; believes that this achievement is a result of the work of both the school and its pupils in recent years in promoting sport and team playing; considers that Balfron High will choose a deserved candidate to take part in what it sees as this historic event, and wishes the school the best of luck.

Supported by: Hanzala Malik*, Anne McTaggart*, Liz Smith*, David Torrance*, Annabelle Ewing*, Roderick Campbell*, Colin Beattie*, Mike MacKenzie*, Mark McDonald*, Chic Brodie*, Fiona McLeod*, Bill Kidd*, David Stewart*, Jackie Baillie*

*S4M-08210 Aileen McLeod: Congratulations to Dumfries and Galloway’s Scottish Health Awards Finalists—That the Parliament congratulates Donna Coulter from Galloway Community Hospital in Stranraer and Young’s Seafood Ltd in Annan on being nominated for Scottish Health Awards; notes that Donna Coulter has been nominated in the Support Worker category and Young’s Seafood, in the Health in the Workplace category; wishes both success at the awards being held in Edinburgh on 7 November 2013; congratulates everyone nominated for awards, and greatly appreciates all the hard work by everyone in the NHS.

Supported by: Stuart McMillan*, Joan McAlpine*, Annabelle Ewing*, David Torrance*, Kevin Stewart*, Stewart Stevenson*, Jim Hume*, Colin Beattie*, Mike MacKenzie*, Rob Gibson*, Adam Ingram*, Mark McDonald*, Chic Brodie*, Bill Kidd*, Fiona McLeod*, Jackie Baillie*

*S4M-08209 James Dornan: Glasgow Housing Association, Leading with Vision, Inspiration and Integrity—That the Parliament congratulates Glasgow Housing Association (GHA) on its recent award for Leading with Vision, Inspiration and Integrity from the European Foundation for Quality Management (EFQM), which was presented at the EFQM’s finals in Vienna for its Think Yes initiative; notes that this follows on from GHA’s success earlier in 2013 when the initiative was given an EFQM Good Practice award; understands that 30,000 organisations across Europe, including BMW, use this framework; considers this to be a great achievement and a reflection on its staff at all levels, and hopes that GHA’s award-winning form continues.

Supported by: David Torrance*, Roderick Campbell*, Annabelle Ewing*, Joan McAlpine*, Colin Beattie*, Stewart Stevenson*, Hanzala Malik*, Rob Gibson*, Adam Ingram*, Mark McDonald*, Chic Brodie*, Bill Kidd*, Mike MacKenzie*, Jackie Baillie*, Jean Urquhart*, Kenneth Gibson*

*S4M-08208 Aileen McLeod: Five-star Rating for Logan Gardens—That the Parliament notes that Logan Botanic Gardens in the South Rhins of Galloway has been awarded a five-star rating by VisitScotland; recognises that it is only the third such gardens to receive this status; considers that the award is recognition of the hard work and dedication of the staff and the curator, Richard Baines; understands that the unique microclimate in which the gardens are situated allows the cultivation of plant species not otherwise seen in Scotland, and warmly congratulates the curator and the staff on their success.

Supported by: Joan McAlpine*, Kenneth Gibson*, Annabelle Ewing*, Roderick Campbell*, Stuart McMillan*, Chic Brodie*, Adam Ingram*, David Torrance*, Kevin Stewart*, Alex Fergusson*, Jim Hume*, Colin Beattie*, Mike MacKenzie*, Rob Gibson*, Mark McDonald*, John Wilson*, Bill Kidd*, Fiona McLeod*

*S4M-08207 Sandra White: Glasgow College ESOL Awards—That the Parliament welcomes the Student of the Year awards, which are organised by City of Glasgow College’s School of Languages and its English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) school; congratulates the 2013 award winners, Ahmed Shire Ali, Therese Muleka, Muhamad Bahizi, Agnieszka Pazik-Dynska, Arita Gutmane, Sabria Mohsen, Sania Manzoor, Sultan Gok, Zeenathul Arshad, Manjulika Singh, Dariusz Dziengo and Christine Ruzindana; notes that the ESOL school is one of 10 schools in the college, which delivers vocational and higher education to over 32,500 students from 135 different countries; understands that the students come from a variety of backgrounds, including asylum seekers, refugees and other international students, such as people from eastern Europe; wishes all of the winners every success. and commends what it sees as the hard work and dedication of Margaret Atiken, the head of school, and Mary B McManus, the head of department, along with the rest of the excellent teaching staff.

Supported by: Mark McDonald*

*S4M-08206 Aileen McLeod: Congratulations to Newton Stewart Golf Club—That the Parliament congratulates Newton Stewart Golf Club and the local businessman, Iain Brown, on what it considers the success of the Am-Am event in October 2013; notes that the event managed to raise £20,000 to support the club, which was formed in 1896; believes the club to be important to the local area and wishes it continued success; supports the Scottish Government’s campaign to get more people involved in sport at all levels; believes that local golf clubs are an ideal way to encourage sport, and furthermore believes that 2014 is going to be a golden year for Scottish sport and for golf in particular with the Ryder Cup coming to Gleneagles in September.

Supported by: Jim Hume*, Stuart McMillan*, Joan McAlpine*, Annabelle Ewing*, Roderick Campbell*, Chic Brodie*, Adam Ingram*, Kevin Stewart*, David Torrance*, Colin Beattie*, Mike MacKenzie*, Rob Gibson*, Mark McDonald*

*S4M-08205 Drew Smith: Glasgow Healthcare Workers Nominated for 2013 Scottish Health Awards—That the Parliament congratulates Jennifer Rodgers, lead nurse at Yorkhill Hospital, Alan Cairns from Templeton Business Centre in Glasgow, Gillian Mackinnon and Linsey McLaren from Drumchapel Health Centre, Mildred Zimunya from the African Health Project, Julian Heng from the Glasgow Drug Crisis Centre, MacMillan @ Glasgow Libraries and West Dunbartonshire Community Health and Care Partnership on being nominated for the 2013 Scottish Health Awards; understands that these awards serve to recognise the extraordinary work of the people on the frontline of Scottish healthcare; notes that the awards ceremony will take place on 7 November and will be hosted by Fred MacAulay; wishes these healthcare professionals well for the ceremony, and pays tribute to all hardworking staff in NHS Scotland.

Supported by: Jackie Baillie*, Annabelle Ewing*, David Stewart*, Hanzala Malik*, James Kelly*, Patricia Ferguson*, Neil Findlay*, Anne McTaggart*, Roderick Campbell*, Kevin Stewart*, David Torrance*, Colin Beattie*, Mike MacKenzie*, Mark McDonald*, Aileen McLeod*, Fiona McLeod*

*S4M-08204 Christian Allard: Congratulations to Donside Farmer, Charlie Adam—That the Parliament congratulates the Donside farmer, Charlie Adam, on being awarded the Royal Northern Agricultural Society and Press and Journal Award for outstanding public service to the north east’s agricultural sector; understands that Charlie is in his third year as chairman of NFU Scotland’s North East regional board and provides national representation for farmers in the area; considers that, by carrying out his NFU Scotland duties during the day and working on his farm through the night, he is dedicated to his role; believes that NFU Scotland is as relevant today as it was when in was founded in 1913 at speaking up on behalf of farmers, and wishes Charlie continued success in his role.

Supported by: Joan McAlpine*, Liam McArthur*, Nanette Milne*, Liz Smith*, Kenneth Gibson*, Annabelle Ewing*, Stuart McMillan*, Roderick Campbell*, Graeme Dey*, Adam Ingram*, David Torrance*, Kevin Stewart*, Stewart Stevenson*, Colin Beattie*, Alison McInnes*, Mike MacKenzie*, Mark McDonald*, Chic Brodie*, Bill Kidd*

*S4M-08203 Annabel Goldie: The Magnum, Irvine—That the Parliament believes that the Magnum Leisure Centre in Irvine is a popular venue for people wanting to partake in fitness and leisure activities such as theatre, swimming, indoor bowling, badminton, table tennis, football, basketball, squash and using the gym, sauna and steam cabin facilities; notes North Ayrshire Council’s plan to build a new development in the heart of Irvine that, it understands, will offer fewer activities and less space than the Magnum centre; further notes the reported concerns and anger of residents who feel that the council has failed to listen to their views and that this is undermining local democracy; considers that the council should acknowledge what it also sees as considerable public concern regarding the proposed development’s impact on traffic congestion and further pressures on parking in the centre of the town; notes what it sees as the local desire to maintain the Magnum centre, and encourages the council to listen to and engage with the population.

*S4M-08202# Elaine Murray: All Aboard the Food Train—That the Parliament welcomes the award of a £59,474 Investing in Communities: Supporting 21st Century Life grant to Food Train Limited in Dumfries and Galloway; congratulates Food Train on its progress from its beginnings in Dumfries in 1995 as a service to assist older people with their weekly grocery shopping to a multi-award-winning charity supporting older people in six local authority areas in Scotland, with the intention of expanding further; notes that Food Train now also offers home support and befriending services, and understands that this award will support the continuation of Food Train Friends in Annandale and Eskdale and its expansion into other parts of Dumfries and Galloway, supporting at least 160 vulnerable people aged 65 and older to reduce social isolation and support their independence.

Supported by: Kenneth Gibson*, Patricia Ferguson*, Iain Gray*, Jayne Baxter*, Joan McAlpine*, Annabelle Ewing*, Sarah Boyack*, Neil Findlay*, Anne McTaggart*, Roderick Campbell*, Kevin Stewart*, David Torrance*, Alex Fergusson*, Jim Hume*, Colin Beattie*, Mike MacKenzie*, Aileen McLeod*, Mark McDonald*, Fiona McLeod*, Jackie Baillie*, Richard Simpson*

*S4M-08201 Roderick Campbell: Immigrants in the UK, Net Contributors to the Economy and Society—That the Parliament welcomes the publication of research by University College London (UCL) that concludes that immigrants to the UK since 1999 have been net contributors to the economy and are 45% less likely to claim benefits than other UK citizens; understands that the research found that immigrants from European Economic Area (EEA) countries were particularly significant contributors to the UK economy, paying 34% more in tax than they received in benefits in the decade up to 2011, while those from outside the EEA paid roughly 2% more in tax than they received in benefits; believes that this research completely discredits what it considers the prejudiced remarks of the right wing media and certain politicians in recent years, including the Prime Minister, who has referred to immigrants as a “constant drain” on public services and used what it sees as this misinformed view to justify plans for “a much tougher approach to immigration”; considers that the UCL research reinforces statistics published by in an OECD report in June 2013 that found that immigrants make a net contribution of 1.02% of GDP, or £16.3 billion, to the UK due to their relatively young demographic profile and higher level of economic activity than the UK population at large, and welcomes what it considers the valuable contribution that immigrants demonstrably make economically, socially and culturally in Scotland and the UK at the present time.

Supported by: Mark McDonald*, Jean Urquhart*, Stewart Stevenson*, David Torrance*, John Mason*, Bob Doris*, Rob Gibson*, Adam Ingram*, Stuart McMillan*

*S4M-08200 Christian Allard: Ian Mossie Davidson, Pig Farmer of the Year 2013—That the Parliament congratulates Ian “Mossie” Davidson on being named Pig Farmer of the Year 2013 at the Farmers Weekly Awards; notes that Mr Davidson has a 182-hectare mixed farm with 300 sows near Oldmeldrum in Aberdeenshire; understands that working with his committed team who are passionate about doing their best for the herd, Mossie has created a world-class product and flourishing business; recognises Mr Davidson’s efforts in developing a sustainable and largely self-sufficient piggery; further understands that Mossie was the only winner from the north east among five Scottish finalists; commends Mr Davidson for his contribution to enhancing Scotland’s reputation for quality food and drink, and wishes him and his workforce continued success.

Supported by: Kenneth Gibson*, Colin Beattie*, Annabelle Ewing*, Graeme Dey*, Angus MacDonald*, Stewart Stevenson*, Jamie McGrigor*, Nanette Milne*, Chic Brodie*, Joan McAlpine*, Rob Gibson*, Richard Lyle*, Mike MacKenzie*, Kevin Stewart*, Roderick Campbell*, David Torrance*, Mark McDonald*, Jean Urquhart*

*S4M-08153 Helen Eadie: Building on Scotland’s Strong Relationship with Bulgaria—That the Parliament is very pleased that Scotland is among the leading countries to forge friendships and alliances with Bulgaria, particularly as it now becomes a full member of the European Union; considers that significant progress has been made in developing links and relationships with Bulgaria and hopes that a commitment will be made by all current parliamentarians to ensure that this work continues; asks that those parliamentarians who are committed to progress in this area work closely with Margaret McDougall and Margaret McCulloch, who, it considers, have both been strong advocates of this work, to help galvanise more political support across Scotland in the coming year, being mindful of the work already undertaken together with the airline and wine and spirit industries, and endorses the work of the Friends of Bulgaria group in the Parliament, and considers that, among the Bulgarian leadership in Scotland, there is a remarkable person living and working in Scotland in Professor Nikolai Zhelev, who was *expelled from university* by the former communist government in Bulgaria and has since worked tirelessly to support democracy and what it stands for across the European Union.

Supported by: Hanzala Malik, Margaret McDougall, Jayne Baxter, Richard Lyle, Anne McTaggart, Elaine Murray, Siobhan McMahon, Michael McMahon, Bill Kidd, Drew Smith, Rhoda Grant, Gil Paterson, James Kelly, Mike MacKenzie, Christina McKelvie, Mary Fee, Hugh Henry, Claire Baker, Iain Gray, Margaret McCulloch, Sarah Boyack, David Torrance, Paul Martin, Mark Griffin, Jean Urquhart, John Pentland, Mark McDonald*, Jenny Marra*, Colin Beattie*, Lewis Macdonald*, Richard Simpson*

*S4M-08144♦ James Dornan: St Andrew’s First Aid Count Me In Campaign—That the Parliament congratulates St Andrew’s First Aid on its Count Me In Campaign; notes that it is seeking 34,000 signatories to its pledge, which it understands is the equivalent of the number of household accidents reported on a yearly basis that are taken to hospital where basic first aid would have sufficed; understands that the campaign seeks to educate the almost three-quarters of people in Scotland, *including in Glasgow Cathcart,* who do not have basic first aid skills, and considers that these skills are crucial in saving lives and removing unnecessary strain on emergency services.

Supported by: Angus MacDonald, Clare Adamson, Mark McDonald*, Siobhan McMahon*

Motions and amendments which have attracted additional support

S4M-08199 Tackling Parkinson’s ­(lodged on 05 November 2013) Mark McDonald*, Bill Kidd*, Jackson Carlaw*, Anne McTaggart*, Colin Beattie*, Angus MacDonald*, Margaret Mitchell*, Jamie McGrigor*, Mary Fee*, Liam McArthur*, Margaret McCulloch*, Rob Gibson*, Jackie Baillie*, Christina McKelvie*, Stuart McMillan*, Kevin Stewart*, Aileen McLeod*, Neil Findlay*, Adam Ingram*, David Torrance*, Jamie Hepburn*, Mary Scanlon*, Fiona McLeod*, Richard Simpson*, Alison Johnstone*

S4M-08198 Stirling Area Projects Nominated for Big Lottery Fund People’s Millions Awards ­(lodged on 05 November 2013) Mark McDonald*, Bill Kidd*, Colin Beattie*, Stuart McMillan*, Adam Ingram*, David Torrance*, Jamie Hepburn*, Richard Simpson*

S4M-08197 Continued Detention of Arctic Sunrise Crew ­(lodged on 05 November 2013) Patrick Harvie*, Mark McDonald*, Bill Kidd*, Colin Beattie*, Alison Johnstone*, Jackie Baillie*, Adam Ingram*, Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-08196 2013 PILOT Share Fair ­(lodged on 05 November 2013) David Stewart*, Mark McDonald*, Anne McTaggart*, Colin Beattie*, Neil Findlay*, Jenny Marra*, David Torrance*, Jamie Hepburn*, Richard Simpson*

S4M-08195 East Renfrewshire CHCP Helping to Tackle Smoking ­(lodged on 05 November 2013) Mark McDonald*, Joan McAlpine*, John Wilson*, Annabelle Ewing*, Roderick Campbell*, Stuart McMillan*, Anne McTaggart*, Adam Ingram*, David Torrance*, Jamie Hepburn*, Colin Beattie*, Rob Gibson*, Chic Brodie*, Bill Kidd*, Fiona McLeod*, Jackie Baillie*

S4M-08194 Congratulations to Able2Sail and its Youth Forum ­(lodged on 05 November 2013) Aileen McLeod*, Mark McDonald*, Bill Kidd*, Colin Beattie*, Jamie McGrigor*, Jackie Baillie*, Stewart Maxwell*, Adam Ingram*, Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-08193 Launch of Wildlife Crime App ­(lodged on 05 November 2013) Aileen McLeod*, Mark McDonald*, Colin Beattie*, Christina McKelvie*, Stewart Maxwell*, Adam Ingram*, Jamie Hepburn*, Fiona McLeod*

S4M-08191 Red Cross, 150 Years of Solidarity ­(lodged on 05 November 2013) Mark McDonald*, Colin Beattie*, Anne McTaggart*, Neil Findlay*, Jamie Hepburn*, Aileen McLeod*, Fiona McLeod*, Richard Simpson*

S4M-08190 Scottish Power Price Hikes ­(lodged on 05 November 2013) Anne McTaggart*, Richard Simpson*

S4M-08184 40th Anniversary of Edinburgh Women’s Aid ­(lodged on 05 November 2013) Mark McDonald*, Bill Kidd*, Colin Beattie*, Kezia Dugdale*, Stewart Maxwell*, Neil Findlay*, Jamie Hepburn*, Aileen McLeod*, Fiona McLeod*, Richard Simpson*

S4M-08183 Vital Falkirk and Grangemouth Infrastructure Project Gets Underway ­(lodged on 05 November 2013) Mark McDonald*, Colin Beattie*, Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-08182 Cancer Research Receives Cash Boost ­(lodged on 05 November 2013) Mark McDonald*, Colin Beattie*, Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-08181 Carbon Monoxide Awareness Week ­(lodged on 05 November 2013) Mark McDonald*, Colin Beattie*, Alison McInnes*, Stewart Maxwell*, Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-08180 Radar Detection ­(lodged on 05 November 2013) Bill Kidd*, Mark McDonald*, Colin Beattie*, Angus MacDonald*, John Mason*, Rob Gibson*, Richard Lyle*, Mike MacKenzie*, Stuart McMillan*, Adam Ingram*, David Torrance*, Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-08179 Falkirk District is a Creative Place ­(lodged on 05 November 2013) Mark McDonald*, Colin Beattie*, Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-08178 Energy North Award Winners ­(lodged on 05 November 2013) Mark McDonald*, Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-08177 Orkney is a Creative Place ­(lodged on 05 November 2013) Mark McDonald*, Colin Beattie*, Anne McTaggart*, Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-08176 End of an Era at Clydebank College ­(lodged on 05 November 2013) Mark McDonald*, Colin Beattie*, Stewart Maxwell*, Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-08175 The Sunshine Appeal in Norway ­(lodged on 05 November 2013) Mark McDonald*, Colin Beattie*, Stewart Maxwell*, Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-08174 North East Fife Businesses Collect Awards ­(lodged on 04 November 2013) Mark McDonald*, Colin Beattie*, Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-08171 Congratulations to the Hamilton Branch of the Royal British Legion and Hamilton Academical FC ­(lodged on 04 November 2013) Mark McDonald*, Colin Beattie*, Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-08170 20th Anniversary of the Formal Establishment of the EU ­(lodged on 04 November 2013) Richard Simpson*

S4M-08169 Thirsting for Justice ­(lodged on 04 November 2013) Mark McDonald*, Jamie Hepburn*, Richard Simpson*

S4M-08168 St Andrews Food and Drink Festival 2013 ­(lodged on 04 November 2013) Mark McDonald*, Colin Beattie*, Stewart Maxwell*, Jamie Hepburn*, Richard Simpson*

S4M-08167 EAE Wins a Nature of Scotland Award in Sustainable Development (lodged on 04 November 2013) Mark McDonald*, Jamie Hepburn*, Alison Johnstone*

S4M-08166 Dunnottar Castle Recognised in Global Poll ­(lodged on 04 November 2013) Mark McDonald*, Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-08165 Dunnottar Castle Wins Global Recognition ­(lodged on 04 November 2013) Mark McDonald*, Colin Beattie*, Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-08164 Commemorating the Victims of Kristallnacht ­(lodged on 04 November 2013) Mark McDonald*, Jackson Carlaw*, Colin Beattie*, Jamie Hepburn*, Alison Johnstone*

S4M-08163 HMRC Falls Short on Tobacco Smuggling ­(lodged on 04 November 2013) Mark McDonald*, Colin Beattie*, Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-08162 Volunteer Centre Midlothian Shortlisted for Public Vote ­(lodged on 04 November 2013) Mark McDonald*, Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-08161 Diwali in Ayrshire ­(lodged on 04 November 2013) Joan McAlpine*, Annabelle Ewing*, Bill Kidd*, Mark McDonald*, Maureen Watt*, Anne McTaggart*, Colin Beattie*, Hanzala Malik*, Stuart McMillan*, Willie Coffey*, Rob Gibson*, Richard Lyle*, Mike MacKenzie*, David Torrance*, Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-08160 Marking the End of the RNIB Community Engagement Project in Glasgow ­(lodged on 04 November 2013) Mark McDonald*, Jamie Hepburn*, Colin Beattie*

S4M-08159 Diabetes Scotland Secures Support for Glasgow’s Ethic Minority Communities ­(lodged on 04 November 2013) Mark McDonald*, Colin Beattie*, Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-08158 Thurso Cinema Highly Commended in National Awards ­(lodged on 04 November 2013) Mark McDonald*, Colin Beattie*, Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-08157 University of St Andrews Recognised by Buttle UK ­(lodged on 04 November 2013) Mark McDonald*, Jamie Hepburn*, Colin Beattie*

S4M-08156 Samaritans’ 60th Anniversary Year ­(lodged on 04 November 2013) Mark McDonald*, Alison McInnes*, Stewart Maxwell*, Jamie Hepburn*, Colin Beattie*, Alison Johnstone*

S4M-08154 St Molios Park Celebratory Event ­(lodged on 04 November 2013) Mark McDonald*, Jamie Hepburn*, Colin Beattie*

S4M-08152 Welcome to North East Scotland College ­(lodged on 04 November 2013) Mark McDonald*, Bill Kidd*, Anne McTaggart*, Nanette Milne*, George Adam*, Kenneth Gibson*, Colin Beattie*, Annabelle Ewing*, Graeme Dey*, Hanzala Malik*, Christian Allard*, Chic Brodie*, Joan McAlpine*, Rob Gibson*, Richard Lyle*, Mike MacKenzie*, Stuart McMillan*, Adam Ingram*, Roderick Campbell*, David Torrance*, Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-08151 Congratulations to the WEA ­(lodged on 04 November 2013) Mark McDonald*, Colin Beattie*, Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-08150 Food and Drink Awards ­(lodged on 04 November 2013) Mark McDonald*, Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-08149 Unite ­(lodged on 04 November 2013) Mark McDonald*, Colin Beattie*

S4M-08148 Citizens Advice Service’s Check it, Don’t Regret it Campaign ­(lodged on 04 November 2013) Mark McDonald*, Aileen McLeod*, Stewart Maxwell*, Jamie Hepburn*, Colin Beattie*, Richard Simpson*, Alison Johnstone*

S4M-08147 Launch of Scottish Women in Sport ­(lodged on 01 November 2013) Mark McDonald*, Stewart Maxwell*, Jamie Hepburn*, Colin Beattie*

S4M-08146 Respect for Shopworkers Week ­(lodged on 01 November 2013) Siobhan McMahon*, Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-08145 Tribunals (Scotland) Bill ­(lodged on 01 November 2013) Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-08142 Dundee and Angus College Opens ­(lodged on 01 November 2013) Mark McDonald*, Jamie Hepburn*, Colin Beattie*

S4M-08141 2013 Scottish Health Awards ­(lodged on 01 November 2013) Aileen McLeod*, Mark McDonald*, Bill Kidd*, Colin Beattie*, Adam Ingram*, David Torrance*, Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-08140 Asterix and the Picts ­(lodged on 01 November 2013) Mark McDonald*, Stewart Maxwell*, Jamie Hepburn*, Colin Beattie*

S4M-08139 Down’s Syndrome Scotland to Host 2018 World Congress ­(lodged on 01 November 2013) Mark McDonald*, Siobhan McMahon*, Jamie Hepburn*, Colin Beattie*

S4M-08138 Scotland’s Towns Week ­(lodged on 01 November 2013) Mark McDonald*, Siobhan McMahon*, Jamie Hepburn*, Colin Beattie*

S4M-08137 Strathaven Echoes ­(lodged on 01 November 2013) Mark McDonald*, Jamie Hepburn*, Colin Beattie*, Alison Johnstone*

S4M-08136 Glasgow Disability Alliance’s Ability Fest Exhibition ­(lodged on 31 October 2013) Mark McDonald*, Stewart Maxwell*, Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-08135 Hidden in Plain Sight ­(lodged on 31 October 2013) Mark McDonald*, Jamie Hepburn*, Colin Beattie*, Alison Johnstone*

S4M-08134 World Forum on Natural Capital ­(lodged on 31 October 2013) Mark McDonald*

S4M-08133 New Production at Claymore Dairy ­(lodged on 31 October 2013) Mark McDonald*, Jamie Hepburn*, Colin Beattie*

S4M-08132 RSPB Nature of Scotland Awards, Youth and Education Award (lodged on 31 October 2013) Mark McDonald*, Colin Beattie*

S4M-08131 RSPB Nature of Scotland Awards, Best Politician ­(lodged on 31 October 2013) Mark McDonald*, Anne McTaggart*, Jamie Hepburn*, Colin Beattie*, Alison Johnstone*

S4M-08130 Write for Rights Campaign ­(lodged on 31 October 2013) Mark McDonald*, Alison McInnes*, Anne McTaggart*, Jamie Hepburn* R, Colin Beattie*

S4M-08129 Congratulating Emma McLachlan on her Successes in Archery (lodged on 31 October 2013) Mark McDonald*, Jamie Hepburn*, Colin Beattie*

S4M-08128 Scottish Book Week 2013 ­(lodged on 31 October 2013) Mark McDonald*, Alison McInnes*, Jamie Hepburn*, Colin Beattie*

S4M-08127 Angus Community Allotment Receives Award ­(lodged on 31 October 2013) Mark McDonald*, Jamie Hepburn*, Colin Beattie*

S4M-08126 End of an Era for the Larkhall and District Volunteers Group ­(lodged on 31 October 2013) Siobhan McMahon*, Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-08125 Befriending Week 2013 ­(lodged on 31 October 2013) John Wilson*, Mark McDonald*, Siobhan McMahon*, Jamie Hepburn*, Colin Beattie*

S4M-08124 UN Votes against US Trade Embargo against Cuba for 22nd Time (lodged on 31 October 2013) Jamie Hepburn*, Alison Johnstone*

S4M-08123 Rise in Petrol Prices also Affects Urban Drivers ­(lodged on 31 October 2013) Mark McDonald*, Colin Beattie*, Maureen Watt*

S4M-08122 Lasswade High School’s First Day ­(lodged on 31 October 2013) Mark McDonald*, Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-08121 50th Anniversary of the Open University ­(lodged on 31 October 2013) Mark McDonald*, Siobhan McMahon*, Jamie Hepburn*, Colin Beattie*

S4M-08120.1 Petitioning Ed Miliband ­(lodged on 31 October 2013) Anne McTaggart*, Siobhan McMahon*

S4M-08120 Petitioning Ed Miliband ­(lodged on 30 October 2013) Mark McDonald*, Colin Beattie*

S4M-08119 No Increased Terrorist Risk to an Independent Scotland ­(lodged on 30 October 2013) Mark McDonald*, Colin Beattie*

S4M-08116 WSREC Secures £32,750 to Support Roma Youth Project ­(lodged on 30 October 2013) Mark McDonald*, Alison Johnstone*

S4M-08115 £3 Million for the Coigach-Assynt Living Landscape ­(lodged on 30 October 2013) Mark McDonald*

S4M-08114 Congratulations to Mandarin Hair Salon, Riverside, Stirling ­(lodged on 30 October 2013) Mark McDonald*

S4M-08113 Congratulations to Glasgow City Council’s Launchpad Programme (lodged on 30 October 2013) Mark McDonald*

S4M-08112 Let’s Raise a Smile for Scottish Happiness Day ­(lodged on 30 October 2013) Mark McDonald*

S4M-08111 Voluntary Adoption Service of the Year ­(lodged on 30 October 2013) Mark McDonald*

S4M-08110 World Prematurity Day 2013 and World-class Neonatal Care in Scotland ­(lodged on 31 October 2013) Mark McDonald*, Siobhan McMahon*, Alison McInnes*, Colin Beattie*, Aileen McLeod*

S4M-08109 Civil Servants Welcomed to Join up ­(lodged on 30 October 2013) Mark McDonald*

S4M-08108 I Am Bikes Climate Challenge Fund Success ­(lodged on 30 October 2013) Mark McDonald*, Colin Beattie*

S4M-08107 Action on Hearing Loss Launches Bishopbriggs Hear to Help Drop-in ­(lodged on 30 October 2013) Mark McDonald*

S4M-08106 National Infertility Awareness Week 2013 ­(lodged on 30 October 2013) Mark McDonald*, Siobhan McMahon*, Aileen McLeod*

S4M-08105 Dundee’s UK City of Culture 2017 Bid ­(lodged on 30 October 2013) Mark McDonald*

S4M-08104 Newton Stewart Twinned with Marcoussis ­(lodged on 30 October 2013) Mark McDonald*

S4M-08103 International Day of Action Against Depleted Uranium Weapons (lodged on 30 October 2013) Mark McDonald*

S4M-08102 Congratulating the Rock Community Church in Dumbarton ­(lodged on 30 October 2013) Mark McDonald*

S4M-08100 Dyslexia Awareness Week 2013 ­(lodged on 30 October 2013) Mark McDonald*, Siobhan McMahon*

S4M-08098 Catherine Wheels and Cats ­(lodged on 29 October 2013) Mark McDonald*

S4M-08097 Abbotsford, You’re a Star ­(lodged on 29 October 2013) Mark McDonald*

S4M-08096 Scotland, One of the Best Places to Visit ­(lodged on 29 October 2013) Mark McDonald*

S4M-08095 SURF’s Up in Orkney and Elsewhere ­(lodged on 29 October 2013) Mark McDonald*

S4M-08092 Harry Hay ­(lodged on 29 October 2013) Mark McDonald*

S4M-08088 Congratulations to Drumchapel Citizens Advice Bureau ­(lodged on 28 October 2013) Mark McDonald*

S4M-08087 Scottish Natural Heritage Public Receptions ­(lodged on 28 October 2013) Mark McDonald*

S4M-08086 Official Opening of Eastwood High School ­(lodged on 28 October 2013) Mark McDonald*

S4M-08085 Record Total Raised at Kirriemuir’s Relay for Life ­(lodged on 28 October 2013) Mark McDonald*

S4M-08084 Darkest Day for Angus Lifeboat Crew ­(lodged on 28 October 2013) Mark McDonald*

S4M-08083 Motherwell College ­(lodged on 28 October 2013) Siobhan McMahon*

S4M-08081 Good Luck to Scotland in Rugby League World Cup 2013 ­(lodged on 28 October 2013) Mark McDonald*

S4M-08080 Scottish Telehealth and Telecare Week ­(lodged on 28 October 2013) Mark McDonald*

S4M-08077 Social Enterprise Winners ­(lodged on 25 October 2013) Mark McDonald*, Alison McInnes*

S4M-08076 Movember 2013 ­(lodged on 30 October 2013) Mark McDonald*, Alison McInnes*

S4M-08075 Remembering the Women of World War One and World War Two (lodged on 25 October 2013) John Wilson*, Mark McDonald*

S4M-08072 Billington’s of Lenzie Declared Glasgow’s Best Deli ­(lodged on 24 October 2013) Mark McDonald*

S4M-08071 Auchinairn After School Care Ltd Wins Awards for All Grant ­(lodged on 24 October 2013) Mark McDonald*

S4M-08070 Community First Wins Awards for All Grant ­(lodged on 24 October 2013) Mark McDonald*

S4M-08069 INEOS Closure Devastating Blow for Grangemouth and Scotland (lodged on 23 October 2013) Mark McDonald*

S4M-08068 Congratulations to Matthew Davies of Dalkeith for Millennium Awards Trust Funding ­(lodged on 23 October 2013) Mark McDonald*

S4M-08067 Vote for Drumchapel Table Tennis Club ­(lodged on 23 October 2013) Mark McDonald*

S4M-08066 Congratulating Aberdeen YMCA ­(lodged on 23 October 2013) Mark McDonald*

S4M-08064 Passenger Numbers Increase at Glasgow Airport ­(lodged on 23 October 2013) Mark McDonald*

S4M-08063 West Lothian Council and Ecosse Regneration Helping Bring Local History to Life ­(lodged on 23 October 2013) Mark McDonald*

S4M-08062 Frog Pond Rises ­(lodged on 23 October 2013) Mark McDonald*

S4M-08058 Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month 2013 ­(lodged on 22 October 2013) Mark McDonald*

S4M-08057 Isabel Lind Awarded Teaching Lifetime Achievement Award ­(lodged on 22 October 2013) Mark McDonald*

S4M-08056 North Ayrshire Forum on Disability, Access Ability Plus Project (lodged on 22 October 2013) Mark McDonald*

S4M-08053 Condemnation of the Home Secretary ­(lodged on 22 October 2013) Mark McDonald*

S4M-08052 HS2 Impact on Aberdeen’s Economy ­(lodged on 22 October 2013) Mark McDonald*

S4M-08050 20 Years of Planning Aid Scotland ­(lodged on 21 October 2013) Alison McInnes*, Mark McDonald*, Aileen McLeod*

S4M-08049 Show Racism the Red Card’s Fortnight of Action ­(lodged on 21 October 2013) Mark McDonald*, Aileen McLeod*

S4M-08048 Congratulations to Glasgow City FC ­(lodged on 21 October 2013) Mark McDonald*

S4M-08047 Travelling Museum of British Invention Rolls into Falkirk ­(lodged on 21 October 2013) Mark McDonald*

S4M-08045 Congratulations to Musselburgh Museum on its Heritage Lottery Fund Award ­(lodged on 18 October 2013) Mark McDonald*

S4M-08041 Broomhouse Health Strategy Group Wins European Award ­(lodged on 23 October 2013) Mark McDonald*

S4M-08038 National Ethical Investment Week ­(lodged on 17 October 2013) Mark McDonald*

S4M-08037 Congratulates Ross-shire Women’s Aid ­(lodged on 17 October 2013) Mark McDonald*

S4M-08036 Financial Conduct Authority’s Plans to Regulate the Payday Loan Industry ­(lodged on 17 October 2013) Mark McDonald*

S4M-08035.1 Dementia Study Day ­(lodged on 24 October 2013) Mark McDonald*, Aileen McLeod*

S4M-08035 Dementia Study Day ­(lodged on 16 October 2013) Mark McDonald*

S4M-08033 Anti-Slavery Day 2013 ­(lodged on 16 October 2013) Mark McDonald*

S4M-08032.1 Welfare State Fails People Most in Need by Driving Dependency on Food Banks ­(lodged on 17 October 2013) Mark McDonald*

S4M-08031 Paisley Welcomes the Royal National Mod ­(lodged on 16 October 2013) Mark McDonald*

S4M-08030 Sweden Offers Permanent Residency to Syrian Refugees ­(lodged on 15 October 2013) Mark McDonald*

S4M-08029 Congratulations to the Fallin Community Enterprises’ Recyke-a-bike ­(lodged on 15 October 2013) Mark McDonald*

S4M-08028 Ratification of UN Arms Trade Treaty ­(lodged on 15 October 2013) Mark McDonald*

S4M-08026 Launch of the First National Bookkeeping Week ­(lodged on 15 October 2013) Mark McDonald*

S4M-08025 Liz Ruine Receives the Helen McGregor Award 2013 ­(lodged on 14 October 2013) Mark McDonald*

S4M-08024 Four Stars for the Denny Tank Museum ­(lodged on 14 October 2013) Mark McDonald*

S4M-08023 Breaking Ground Project, Eglinton Park, Irvine ­(lodged on 14 October 2013) Mark McDonald*

S4M-08007 Irvine and Troon Cancer Care Charity ­(lodged on 10 October 2013) Aileen McLeod*

S4M-07893 Glasgow Airport Puts £50,000 up for Grabs ­(lodged on 01 October 2013) Hugh Henry*

S4M-07802 ENABLE Scotland’s Help Us Be Spontaneous (HUBS) Campaign (lodged on 24 September 2013) Annabel Goldie*

S4M-07500 No More Page 3 ­(lodged on 23 August 2013) Liz Smith*, Nanette Milne*, Mary Scanlon*, Alison Johnstone*

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