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 A motion or amendment is live if it has not been debated, withdrawn or otherwise deleted from the list.

Where a motion or amendment has been withdrawn, it is indicated in this section the day after it has been withdrawn.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-10232 John Finnie: Congratulations to Appin Community Co-op, 30 Years of Serving the Community—That the Parliament congratulates the Appin Community Co-op on celebrating 30 years of serving the community; understands that the co-op was established in 1984 following a share issue that was match-funded by Highlands and Islands Development Board; notes that this was at a time when the future of the shop at Port Appin was in doubt and there was considerable seasonal unemployment in the area; believes that the co-op has made a considerable contribution to the community through projects such as the establishment of the Appin Charitable Trust, which has contributed to a number of initiatives, including the building of a play park, the all-weather pitch at Appin Primary School and supporting the area’s housing association development, and commends the work of the co-op and the trust as excellent examples of how a community can work to ensure its development and sustainability.

Supported by: Alison Johnstone*, Cara Hilton*, David Stewart*, Bill Kidd*

*S4M-10231 John Finnie: 25th Anniversary of Tiananmen Square—That the Parliament commemorates the 25th anniversary of the end of the ‘89 Democracy Movement in China, commonly known as the Tiananmen Square protests; understands that the student-led protests, which lasted from 15 April 1989 to 4 June 1989, calling for political reform, including democracy and press freedom, were brutally suppressed by the Chinese military on 4 June 1989; understands that, while the official death estimates range from 200 to 300, the number killed is generally thought to be at least 1,000, though no deaths occurred in Tiananmen Square itself, rather in the streets of Beijing; understands that a recent poll found that the iconic Tank Man photograph, which dates from 5 June 1989, was known by only one in 10 students in China, reflecting the successful repression of the event by the Chinese authorities; further understands that, while suppression of the anniversary will take place on the mainland, memorials are planned for Hong Kong and Taiwan, and calls on the Chinese authorities to officially recognise the Tiananmen Square protests, cease the public suppression of the anniversary and follow through on the calls made by the protesters who died 25 years ago.

Supported by: Cara Hilton*, Bill Kidd*

*S4M-10230 Joe FitzPatrick on behalf of the Parliamentary Bureau: Substitution on Committees—That the Parliament agrees that—

Bob Doris be appointed to replace David Torrance as the Scottish National Party substitute on the Equal Opportunities Committee;

Stewart Maxwell be appointed to replace Bob Doris as the Scottish National Party substitute on the Economy, Energy and Tourism Committee; and

David Torrance be appointed to replace Aileen McLeod as the Scottish National Party substitute on the European and External Relations Committee.

*S4M-10229 Christian Allard: Congratulations to the Cock and Bull—That the Parliament congratulates the Cock and Bull at Balmedie in Aberdeenshire on winning the Catering in Scotland Excellence Award 2014 for Pub Excellence; considers that the Cock and Bull’s commitment to seasonal ingredients and high standards have been duly recognised with this honour; acknowledges that the popular Aberdeenshire country pub is a multi-award winning establishment, and wishes it every success in the future.

Supported by: Margaret McCulloch*, Joan McAlpine*, Nanette Milne*, David Torrance*, Annabelle Ewing*, Rob Gibson*, Adam Ingram*, Richard Lyle*, Mike MacKenzie*, Bill Kidd*

*S4M-10227 Mark McDonald: Northfield Academy Receives Celebrate Award—That the Parliament welcomes the news that Northfield Academy has received £1,750 from the Big Lottery Fund’s 2014 Celebrate programme; notes that the funds will be spent on holding a mini-Commonwealth Games on the day that the Queen’s Baton Relay passes through Aberdeen; understands that the games will involve Northfield Academy and six feeder schools and will be led by school staff, pupil sports leaders and ambassadors; further notes that the games will be preceded by Northfield Academy’s own baton being taken around the local community, and wishes all those involved the best of luck for the games.

Supported by: Joan McAlpine*, Nanette Milne*, Bill Kidd*, Rob Gibson*, Adam Ingram*, Mike MacKenzie*, David Torrance*, Kevin Stewart*, Annabelle Ewing*, Richard Lyle*

*S4M-10226# Cameron Buchanan: Strategic Planning in the Lothians—That the Parliament notes that the initial consultation period for the Main Issues Report for SESplan 2 has now closed and welcomes the opportunity for engagement with a wide cross-section of groups and individuals, including community councils and other representative bodies in the Lothians, and considers that there may be lessons and issues arising from the implementation of the existing SESplan and associated local development plans, which may be worth considering as part of this process.

Supported by: Jamie McGrigor*, John Lamont*, Nanette Milne*, Liz Smith*, Margaret Mitchell*, Anne McTaggart*

*S4M-10225 Jackie Baillie: Arrochar Youth Group Raises £12,000 for Project in Kenya—That the Parliament congratulates the Arrochar Youth Group on its successful fundraising drive, which will enable it to participate in cultural exchange workshops with primary and secondary schools in the Maragoli region of Kenya; notes that the group, which is supported by two nurses from Arrochar Health Centre, raised £12,000 by hosting fundraising evenings at the Three Villages Community Hall, enlisting local businesses to help them with collection cans, and abseiling from the Titan Crane in Clydebank; understands that the group will be working with the youth organisation, Kenya Voluntary Development Association, to support it in making bricks and constructing a health centre in a village in the Vihiga county; understands that Xchange Scotland, which is a youth-led charity founded by former Scottish volunteers, helped facilitate the project and has provided training in partnership with NHS Highland on various issues, including HIV/AIDS awareness, inter-cultural communication and conflict resolution; commends the members of the Arrochar Youth Group for committing themselves to what it considers countless hours of volunteering and fundraising to help some of the most vulnerable people in the world, and sends its best wishes to its members for their time in Kenya.

Supported by: Anne McTaggart*, Sarah Boyack*, Jackson Carlaw*, Hanzala Malik*, Margaret McCulloch*, Kevin Stewart*, Mike MacKenzie*, Adam Ingram*, Jamie McGrigor*, Stuart McMillan*, Hugh Henry*, Richard Lyle*, Dennis Robertson*

*S4M-10224 Willie Rennie: Welfare Expert Report and the Scottish Government’s Response—That the Parliament notes the publication of the Expert Working Group on Welfare’s second report; considers that the report and the Scottish Government’s response, published one minute after the expert report was published, directly contradict several key promises that have been made by SNP campaigners; notes in particular that the report does not recommend increasing the annual social security budget by £2.5 billion, despite complaints from the Deputy First Minister as recently as March 2014 that such a sum was needed to restore the spending position to that of four years ago; believes that the Deputy First Minister and other SNP members who have implied that the £2.5 billion would be restored should spend the summer writing letters of apology to those people who might have thought that they were going to get access to a share of £2.5 billion; notes further that the report does not endorse the SNP promise to increase child benefit for families earning more than £60,000 despite SNP members voting this policy through by a majority in the Parliament on 31 January 2013; considers that the Scottish Government has not endorsed a move to increase the minimum wage to the level of the living wage; is concerned that, because of SNP income tax policy, people on the living wage in Scotland will pay £400 more income tax than if the UK proposals of the Liberal Democrats were adopted; recalls that the Scottish Government was unable to include increases in the carer’s allowance in the costings page in the white paper and suspects that this policy will be in the queue behind the cut to corporation tax for big business, which, it considers, has been the Scottish Government’s first priority for some time; considers that the Scottish Government needs to revise its costings for independence in order to demonstrate how the new promises that it is making, alongside the set-up costs for the new advisory structures, will fit within the financial envelope it has set itself, and believes that, in the absence of revised costings, people in Scotland will be entitled to assume that they will be paying more income tax, that big business will pay less tax and that the welfare budget inherited from the UK will be rolled forward without any significant reverses.

Supported by: Jim Hume*, Liam McArthur*

*S4M-10223 Mark McDonald: Danestone Pupils Giving Nature a Home—That the Parliament congratulates the Danestone school pupils, James Watt and Sophie Anderson, on winning first place in the Scottish section of the competition, Giving Nature a Home, which is organised by JDP and aims to encourage pupils to improve garden habitats for insects, birds and other important wildlife; notes that the school won a £500 prize to spend on a sustainable project; understands that the pupils’ entry, which involved designing a bird box, will now be entered into a UK-wide competition in June 2014 with the possibility of them winning an additional £1,000 for the school, and wishes James and Sophie the best of luck in this.

Supported by: Joan McAlpine*, Nanette Milne*, John Wilson*, James Dornan*, Jackie Baillie*, Christian Allard*, Chic Brodie*, David Torrance*, Bill Kidd*, Dennis Robertson*, Kevin Stewart*, Rob Gibson*, Graeme Dey*, Adam Ingram*, Mike MacKenzie*, Richard Lyle*

*S4M-10222 John Mason: Framework for a Better Scotland and a Better Welfare System—That the Parliament welcomes the proposals from the Scottish Government’s Expert Working Group on Welfare; considers that these contain a raft of suggestions, including the abolition of the so-called bedroom tax, increasing benefits and tax credits in line with inflation, the introduction of a new social security allowance, replacing the work programme with new initiatives to help people find and stay in employment and the scrapping of work capability assessments and sanctions regime; commends the group’s suggestion to increase the statutory minimum wage to the level of the living wage, and considers that all of these proposals provide the framework for a fairer, more compassionate and equal Scotland.

Supported by: Joan McAlpine*, David Torrance*, Bill Kidd*, Christian Allard*, Kevin Stewart*, Rob Gibson*, Adam Ingram*, Christina McKelvie*, Graeme Dey*, Aileen McLeod*, Richard Lyle*, Dennis Robertson*

*S4M-10221 Cara Hilton: Dunfermline Secures National Lottery Awards of over £17,000—That the Parliament congratulates the schools and clubs across Dunfermline on receiving awards totalling £17,369 from the National Lottery’s 2014 Communities and Celebrate programmes; supports the aims to encourage more people to take part or volunteer in sport or physical activity as well as encourage greater community cohesion in the run up to the 2014 Commonwealth Games; understands that McLean Primary School, Cairneyhill Primary and Community School, Dunfermline Table Tennis Academy, Pittencrieff Primary School, Dunfermline City Hockey Club and Dunfermline District Scout Council were awarded significant sums of money from the Communities and Celebrate programmes; supports the work of both programmes in building a legacy of wellbeing before and beyond the Commonwealth Games and enabling communities to celebrate the diversity of the Commonwealth by creating a legacy of community and Commonwealth connections; considers this a fantastic achievement; hopes that all the schools and clubs enjoy the benefits that this funding will bring, and looks forward to seeing a more active and fit Dunfermline.

Supported by: Anne McTaggart*, Liz Smith*, Rhoda Grant*, David Stewart*, Hanzala Malik*, Annabelle Ewing*, Alex Rowley*, David Torrance*, Roderick Campbell*, Kevin Stewart*, Mike MacKenzie*, Richard Lyle*, Dennis Robertson*

*S4M-10220 James Dornan: Welcoming the Completion of the Athletics Track at Hampden—That the Parliament welcomes the official completion of the athletics track at Hampden; understands that this is part of the continuing transformation of Hampden into an international track and field facility, which has been delivered on time and on budget; further understands that innovative methods have been used to raise the playing field by 1.9 metres and welcomes that these techniques are expected to be used in other stadia worldwide to make best use of resources; notes that Hampden is to host 48 events across seven days as well as the closing ceremony on 3 August 2014; welcomes that the running tracks from Hampden and Lesser Hampden are set to be relocated after the Games, which will provide what is considered a valuable legacy from the Games, and notes that the 50-day mark till the opening of the Games has been passed and that the first use of the track will take place on 20-21 June when Hampden hosts the 2014 Scottish Schools Athletics Champions.

Supported by: Bill Kidd*, Joan McAlpine*, Liz Smith*, Nanette Milne*, Aileen McLeod*, Anne McTaggart*

*S4M-10219 Maureen Watt: Congratulations on the Word Wizard Competition 2014—That the Parliament congratulates Scotland’s National Centre for Languages and the Confucius Institute for Scotland’s Schools on the Word Wizard Competition 2014, which was held in the Parliament on 30 May 2014; recognises the S1-S3 pupils, including those from Bucksburn Academy and Hazlehead Academy in Aberdeen, who impressed the judges with their French, German, Spanish, Mandarin and Gaelic skills; notes that, in partnership with the University of St Andrews, and with the support of the Goethe-Institut, the contest encourages pupils nationally to improve their vocabulary, and highlights what it sees as the importance of language and learning.

Supported by: Nanette Milne*, Christian Allard*, Joan McAlpine*, Roderick Campbell*, Bill Kidd*, Adam Ingram*, Richard Lyle*, Mike MacKenzie*, Kevin Stewart*, Jamie McGrigor*, Chic Brodie*, George Adam*, David Torrance*

*S4M-10218 Lewis Macdonald: Nelson Mandela, Freedom of the City of Aberdeen—That the Parliament notes that 2014 marks the 30th anniversary of Nelson Mandela being awarded the Freedom of the City of Aberdeen; congratulates the city council on holding a thanksgiving service for the life of Nelson Mandela on 25 May in the Kirk of St Nicholas Uniting which, befitting the man himself, was open to all, and looks forward to Nandi Mandela addressing delegates at the Parliament in August, as part of the Edinburgh International Cultural Summit, in a public session on the capacity of the arts and culture to foster mutual understanding between nations.

Supported by: Jim Hume*, Mary Scanlon*, Joan McAlpine*, Nanette Milne*, Hanzala Malik*, Anne McTaggart*, Patricia Ferguson*, Mary Fee*, Richard Baker*, John Pentland*, Maureen Watt*, Adam Ingram*, Richard Lyle*, Mike MacKenzie*, Kevin Stewart*, Jenny Marra*, Jackie Baillie*, Alison McInnes*, Iain Gray*, Duncan McNeil*, David Torrance*

*S4M-10217 Patrick Harvie: Scottish Government Confusion over the Carbon Impact of Air Passenger Duty—That the Parliament notes the commitment made by Alex Salmond at First Minister’s Questions on 13 September 2012 to produce an estimate of the carbon impact of the Scottish Government’s policy of first cutting, and then abolishing, air passenger duty (APD); further notes the statement made by the Minister for Environment and Climate Change at Topical Questions on 1 April 2014, in which he said "I am prepared to send [the member] the figure that I have seen, which is an internal assessment based on the UK’s figures of the estimated impact of APD" and he suggested that the government’s policy would see an increase in emissions by “0.05 megatonnes”; further notes the statements made by the Minister for Transport and Veterans on 3 June 2014 that "It is worth thinking about the effects of APD in increasing carbon emissions. Many people now fly to Dubai via Dublin because flying directly from Scotland costs more as a result of APD. Some people are adding an environmentally damaging short-haul flight, which means that APD is working against our climate change targets" and "we will conduct a study of our policy once we have introduced the 50% cut in APD. If we get the opportunity to reduce APD, then of course we will have to study the effects of that"; considers that these two ministers have given flatly contradictory accounts of both the expected carbon impact of the government’s policy on APD and as to whether it has conducted an assessment and arrived at a figure, and calls on the government to suspend its policy until these contradictions have been resolved and a clear evidence-based assessment of the impact has taken place.

Supported by: Alison Johnstone*

*S4M-10216 John Finnie: NY2SY—That the Parliament supports the Gaelic broadcaster, Niall Iain Macdonald, in his attempt to row from New York to Stornoway, a journey of 3,400 miles, which is expected to take more than three months; believes that this will be the first time that anyone has attempted to row this particular route; understands that Niall Iain hopes to raise £100,000 for the Scottish Association for Mental Health (SAMH) and that anyone wishing to sponsor him can do so at www.justgiving.com/NY2SY, and wishes Niall Iain the very best in his attempt and a safe journey.

Supported by: Anne McTaggart*, Stuart McMillan*, Jean Urquhart*, David Torrance*, Angus MacDonald*, Graeme Dey*, Jim Hume*, Mike MacKenzie*, Adam Ingram*, Kevin Stewart*, Roderick Campbell*, Kenneth Gibson*, Jamie McGrigor*, Jackie Baillie*

S4M-10214 Angela Constance: Improving Entrepreneurship among Women and Young People in Scotland—That the Parliament recognises the positive impact of entrepreneurial activity by women and young people on the Scottish economy; affirms its commitment to working with public, private and third sector partners to make Scotland a world-leading entrepreneurial nation by ensuring that all of Scotland’s people are better able to participate in entrepreneurial activity, and welcomes the work undertaken as part of Scotland CAN DO and Women in Enterprise, a framework and action plan to deliver public, private and third sector partnerships to bolster entrepreneurial activity among women and young people.

Supported by: Shona Robison, John Swinney

*S4M-10214.3 Murdo Fraser: Improving Entrepreneurship among Women and Young People in Scotland—As an amendment to motion S4M-10214 in the name of Angela Constance (Improving Entrepreneurship among Women and Young People in Scotland), insert at end "; notes the recommendations of the Commission for Developing Scotland’s Young Workforce, chaired by Sir Ian Wood, which are designed to move toward better qualified, work-ready and motivated young people with skills relevant to modern employment opportunities, both as employees and entrepreneurs; welcomes the proposals to improve vocational education, and calls on the Scottish Government to bring forward plans to implement these recommendations as soon as possible".

*S4M-10214.2 Willie Rennie: Improving Entrepreneurship among Women and Young People in Scotland—As an amendment to motion S4M-10214 in the name of Angela Constance (Improving Entrepreneurship among Women and Young People in Scotland), insert at end "; welcomes the introduction by the UK Government of a new system of flexible parental leave from 2015, which will let working parents share up to a year’s leave after the birth of their child; believes that this will enable both parents to keep a strong link with their workplace as well as help employers to attract and retain women in their organisations; recognises that gender inequality is particularly prevalent in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) areas; notes that many more women train in STEM subjects than move into the STEM workforce, with 73% of female graduates being lost from STEM, compared with 48% of males; believes that the loss of highly-trained women from the workforce is not only a loss of opportunity to the individuals, but also represents a major, quantifiable loss to the economy and society; welcomes the comments made in the 2012 report of the Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE), Tapping all our Talents - Women in STEM: a strategy for Scotland, which concluded that the doubling of women’s high-level skill contribution to the economy would be worth as much as £170 million per annum to Scotland’s national income and that Scotland’s employers in the science and technology sectors are unable to find sufficient qualified, skilled and experienced workers; further welcomes the practical advice in the RSE report regarding what can be done to increase the proportion of women in STEM; acknowledges that change will not just take political will but also needs the support of others, including individuals, schools, career services, academic institutions, business and industry and women’s institutions, and believes that elected members at every level should push to ensure that women and girls are given every opportunity and encouragement to reach their potential".

*S4M-10214.1 Jenny Marra: Improving Entrepreneurship among Women and Young People in Scotland—As an amendment to motion S4M-10214 in the name of Angela Constance (Improving Entrepreneurship among Women and Young People in Scotland), insert at end "; believes that, in order to improve entrepreneurship among women and young people in Scotland, it is essential to have a world-class further education sector to provide the training and skills that are essential to meet the long-term needs of the economy, and considers that the loss of 140,000 college places since 2007-08 is undermining the achievement of this objective”.

Motions and amendments which have attracted additional support

S4M-10215 Knightswood Primary School Celebrate Programme Award ­(lodged on 03 June 2014) Maureen Watt*, Angus MacDonald*, Joan McAlpine*, Stuart McMillan*, Richard Lyle*, Anne McTaggart*, Rob Gibson*, George Adam*, Christina McKelvie*, Mike MacKenzie*, Annabelle Ewing*, Chic Brodie*, John Pentland*, Dennis Robertson*, Gil Paterson*, Adam Ingram*, Christian Allard*, Kevin Stewart*, David Torrance*

S4M-10213 Nelson Mandela International Day ­(lodged on 03 June 2014) Richard Lyle*, Linda Fabiani*, Maureen Watt*, Angus MacDonald*, Lewis Macdonald*, Anne McTaggart*, Neil Findlay*, Stuart McMillan*, Christina McKelvie*, Jackie Baillie*, Hanzala Malik*, John Pentland*, Adam Ingram*, Alison McInnes*, Iain Gray*

S4M-10211 2014 Communities Award for St John’s Primary School ­(lodged on 03 June 2014) Colin Beattie*, Richard Lyle*, Maureen Watt*, Angus MacDonald*, Dennis Robertson*, Adam Ingram*, Christian Allard*

S4M-10210 Award for Our Lady and St Anne’s Primary School ­(lodged on 03 June 2014) Colin Beattie*, Richard Lyle*, Maureen Watt*, Angus MacDonald*, Dennis Robertson*, Willie Coffey*, Adam Ingram*, Christian Allard*

S4M-10209 2014 Communities Programme Award for the Machan Trust ­(lodged on 03 June 2014) Colin Beattie*, Richard Lyle*, Maureen Watt*, Angus MacDonald*, Rob Gibson*, Dennis Robertson*, Adam Ingram*, Christian Allard*

S4M-10208 Youth 2000 Project gets Funding for Healthy Living Group ­(lodged on 03 June 2014) Richard Lyle*, Maureen Watt*, Angus MacDonald*, Kevin Stewart*, Dennis Robertson*, Adam Ingram*, Christian Allard*

S4M-10207 Rosewell Development Trust Hosts Fun Run with New Grant ­(lodged on 03 June 2014) Richard Lyle*, Maureen Watt*, Angus MacDonald*, Dennis Robertson*, Christian Allard*

S4M-10206 University of St Andrews is Once Again Top of the Class ­(lodged on 03 June 2014) Colin Beattie*, Richard Lyle*, Maureen Watt*, Angus MacDonald*, Dennis Robertson*, Gil Paterson*

S4M-10205 Elementz Adult Community Dance Company ­(lodged on 03 June 2014) Colin Beattie*, Richard Lyle*, Maureen Watt*, Angus MacDonald*, Anne McTaggart*, Dennis Robertson*, Adam Ingram*

S4M-10204 Launch of Refugee Week Scotland 2014, Welcome ­(lodged on 03 June 2014) Richard Lyle*, Linda Fabiani*, Maureen Watt*, Angus MacDonald*, Jackie Baillie*, Dennis Robertson*, Gil Paterson*, Christian Allard*

S4M-10203 Congratulating the Rabbit Braes Development Group ­(lodged on 03 June 2014) Dennis Robertson*, Richard Lyle*, Maureen Watt*, Angus MacDonald*

S4M-10202 Congratulating Save the Wemyss Ancient Caves Society ­(lodged on 03 June 2014) Richard Lyle*, Maureen Watt*, Angus MacDonald*, Gil Paterson*

S4M-10201 Let’s Talk About Dementia ­(lodged on 03 June 2014) Richard Lyle*, Linda Fabiani*, Maureen Watt*, Jackie Baillie*, Dennis Robertson*, Gil Paterson*, Christian Allard*, Alex Rowley*

S4M-10200 New Business Corporations in Scotland at an all-time High ­(lodged on 03 June 2014) Richard Lyle*, Maureen Watt*, Gil Paterson*

S4M-10198 The CITB, Supporting Scotland’s Apprentices for 50 Years ­(lodged on 03 June 2014) Richard Lyle*, Linda Fabiani*, Maureen Watt*, Angus MacDonald*, Gil Paterson*

S4M-10197 Bucksburn Academy Wins Rencontres Théâtrales Competition (lodged on 02 June 2014) Angus MacDonald*, Gil Paterson*, Jim Eadie*

S4M-10196 Diabetes Week ­(lodged on 02 June 2014) Linda Fabiani*, Angus MacDonald*, Anne McTaggart*, Jackson Carlaw*, Nanette Milne*, Liz Smith*, Mary Fee*, Alex Rowley*, Jayne Baxter*, Aileen McLeod*, Mary Scanlon*, Hanzala Malik*, Liam McArthur*, Cara Hilton*, Adam Ingram*, Kevin Stewart*, John Pentland*, John Wilson*, Richard Lyle*, Dave Thompson*, Jamie McGrigor*, David Torrance*, Jackie Baillie*, John Mason*

S4M-10195 Shetland Relay for Life Success ­(lodged on 02 June 2014) Maureen Watt*, Jim Eadie*

S4M-10191 Dementia Awareness Week in West Dunbartonshire ­(lodged on 02 June 2014) Maureen Watt*, Aileen McLeod*, Gil Paterson*

S4M-10190 Congratulations to We Step Together ­(lodged on 02 June 2014) Angus MacDonald*, Gil Paterson*, Kevin Stewart*

S4M-10189 Banged Yer Heid? ­(lodged on 02 June 2014) Gil Paterson*, Kevin Stewart*, Jim Eadie*

S4M-10188 Congratulations to Awards for All Winners ­(lodged on 02 June 2014) Angus MacDonald*, Jim Eadie*

S4M-10187 Common Weal Outlines Future Scotland ­(lodged on 02 June 2014) Annabelle Ewing*, Linda Fabiani*, Angus MacDonald*, Gil Paterson*, Kevin Stewart*, Jim Eadie*

S4M-10186 Hurlford, at the Double ­(lodged on 02 June 2014) Maureen Watt*, Jim Eadie*

S4M-10184 Carers in Scotland ­(lodged on 02 June 2014) Linda Fabiani*, Maureen Watt*, Angus MacDonald*, Gil Paterson*

S4M-10183 The Dunragit Collection ­(lodged on 30 May 2014) Maureen Watt*, Angus MacDonald*, Gil Paterson*

S4M-10182 Supporting Children and Young People with Dyslexia ­(lodged on 30 May 2014) Richard Lyle*, Linda Fabiani*, Maureen Watt*, Angus MacDonald*, Siobhan McMahon*

S4M-10181 Heart Rhythm Week ­(lodged on 30 May 2014) Maureen Watt*, Angus MacDonald*, Siobhan McMahon*

S4M-10180 National Cancer Survivors Day ­(lodged on 30 May 2014) Richard Lyle*, Linda Fabiani*, Angus MacDonald*, Siobhan McMahon*

S4M-10179 After School Club Secures Grant ­(lodged on 30 May 2014) Richard Lyle*, Maureen Watt*, Angus MacDonald*

S4M-10178 South Lanarkshire College Skills Demonstration for Modern Apprenticeship Week ­(lodged on 30 May 2014) Annabelle Ewing*, Richard Lyle*, Linda Fabiani*, Siobhan McMahon*

S4M-10177 Aberdeen Arts Centre and Theatre VAFTA Awards ­(lodged on 30 May 2014) Angus MacDonald*, Gil Paterson*

S4M-10176 Wallacestone Primary School ­(lodged on 29 May 2014) Chic Brodie*, Siobhan McMahon*

S4M-10175 Mark Carney’s Call for Inequality Action ­(lodged on 29 May 2014) Linda Fabiani*, Angus MacDonald*, Gil Paterson*

S4M-10174 Pamela Robson, Campbell Coach of the Year ­(lodged on 29 May 2014) Gil Paterson*

S4M-10173 Congratulations to Roshni on its £246,948 Grant ­(lodged on 29 May 2014) Linda Fabiani*, Angus MacDonald*

S4M-10172 Kelvingrove Park Bandstand and Amphitheatre ­(lodged on 29 May 2014) Siobhan McMahon*

S4M-10170 BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend in Glasgow ­(lodged on 29 May 2014) Linda Fabiani*, Siobhan McMahon*

S4M-10169 Congratulations to the Pathhead Street Design Project and Pathhead Primary School ­(lodged on 29 May 2014) Angus MacDonald*, Gil Paterson*

S4M-10167 East Park Organises Community Celebration ­(lodged on 29 May 2014) Gil Paterson*

S4M-10166 People Make Glasgow Television Channel ­(lodged on 29 May 2014) Gil Paterson*

S4M-10165 Traditional Building Skills Demonstration for Scottish Apprenticeship Week ­(lodged on 29 May 2014) Annabelle Ewing*, Richard Lyle*, Maureen Watt*

S4M-10163 Congratulations to Aberdeenshire West’s Awards for All Recipients ­(lodged on 29 May 2014) Angus MacDonald*

S4M-10161 PETA’s Irresponsible Autism Campaign ­(lodged on 28 May 2014) Linda Fabiani*

S4M-10155 Go Purple for Erskine Week, 1 to 8 June ­(lodged on 28 May 2014) Maureen Watt*

S4M-10154 Glasgow School of Art ­(lodged on 28 May 2014) Linda Fabiani*, Siobhan McMahon*

S4M-10153 Congratulations on the Launch of Blind Children’s Services ­(lodged on 28 May 2014) Linda Fabiani*

S4M-10152 Carers Week 2014 ­(lodged on 28 May 2014) Linda Fabiani*, Siobhan McMahon*

S4M-10149 Let Me Play DVD Launch ­(lodged on 28 May 2014) Linda Fabiani*, Siobhan McMahon*

S4M-10148 The 32nd Orkney Folk Festival ­(lodged on 28 May 2014) Linda Fabiani*

S4M-10146.1 Glasgow School of Art ­(lodged on 28 May 2014) Siobhan McMahon*

S4M-10145 National Women in Engineering Day ­(lodged on 27 May 2014) Gil Paterson*

S4M-10144 Twins Hope to Go for Gold in Glasgow ­(lodged on 27 May 2014) Gil Paterson*, Siobhan McMahon*

S4M-10142 A Glowing Report for the Marie Curie Hospice ­(lodged on 27 May 2014) Siobhan McMahon*

S4M-10128 Improving Collaboration to Further Enhance Cancer Research in Scotland ­(lodged on 27 May 2014) Bob Doris*

S4M-10122 Your GP Cares Campaign ­(lodged on 22 May 2014) Alison Johnstone*

S4M-10121 West Dunbartonshire’s Youth Mentoring Project Shortlisted for the Care Accolades Awards ­(lodged on 22 May 2014) Aileen McLeod*

S4M-10117 Concerning Implications of Payday Loan Business Model ­(lodged on 21 May 2014) Linda Fabiani*

S4M-10113 World Blood Donor Day 2014 ­(lodged on 21 May 2014) Linda Fabiani*

S4M-10112 The Importance of Traditional Construction Skills ­(lodged on 21 May 2014) Linda Fabiani*

S4M-10111 Poster Campaign to Stop Con Artists ­(lodged on 21 May 2014) Linda Fabiani*

S4M-10105 Scottish CND Register to Campaign for Yes ­(lodged on 20 May 2014) Linda Fabiani*

S4M-10092 Volunteers’ Week ­(lodged on 20 May 2014) Linda Fabiani*

S4M-10091 UN Year of Family Farming ­(lodged on 20 May 2014) Linda Fabiani*

S4M-10073 The First Ecopod in Scotland, Congratulations to QCHA ­(lodged on 16 May 2014) Linda Fabiani*

S4M-09404 Care.Fair.Share. Campaign ­(lodged on 19 March 2014) Ken Macintosh*

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