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 A motion or amendment is live if it has not been debated, withdrawn or otherwise deleted from the list.

Where a motion or amendment has been withdrawn, it is indicated in this section the day after it has been withdrawn.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-12028 Stewart Stevenson: Funding for Media Project at HMP and YOI Grampian in Peterhead—That the Parliament congratulates Station House Media Unit (SHMU) on its award of £896,326 from the Big Lottery Fund’s Investing in Communities programme; understands that the funding will be used for a media project at HMP and YOI Grampian in Peterhead; notes that, over the next five years, the project will develop a creative media unit in the prison, giving prisoners and young offenders the chance to participate in a radio station, a magazine production suite, a music production programme and train in filmmaking; notes that the primary aim of the project is to reduce offending rates when prisoners and young offenders are released back into the community; understands that the project has been developed as a result of extensive research and full consultation with a range of agencies, together with input from serving prisoners, and hopes that the project is a success for all those involved.

*S4M-12027 Lewis Macdonald: Demolition of Craiginches Prison in Aberdeen—That the Parliament notes that demolition work on Aberdeen’s Craiginches prison is to begin at the end of January 2015; recognises that Craiginches had served Aberdeen and the north east for 124 years before its closure in January 2014; regrets that this closure means that Scotland’s third-largest city no longer has a local prison; understands that part of the cleared land will be developed for social housing while the remainder will be used by Aberdeen City Council to dual Wellington Road and help alleviate traffic congestion, and believes that government at every level must work together to promote regeneration in Torry and other disadvantaged areas in Aberdeen and North East Scotland.

*S4M-12026 Christine Grahame: An Electrifying Performance—That the Parliament commends Kenneth Gibson, Neil Findlay, John Mason, Richard Lyle, Stuart McMillan, Margaret McDougall, Cara Hilton, Elaine Murray, Sarah Boyack, Willie Coffey, Alison Johnstone, Nanette Milne, Dennis Robertson and Christine Grahame for submitting themselves to the electronic shock collar test.

Supported by: Joan McAlpine*

*S4M-12025 Elaine Murray: Barnardo’s Scotland partners with the Big Burns Supper—That the Parliament notes that the Big Burns Supper, which it understands is Europe’s biggest winter fringe festival, will take place in Dumfries and Galloway from 23 to 31 January 2015; understands that Barnardo’s Scotland has become the event’s first-ever charity partner; welcomes one of the main roles of the festival to give children and young people the chance to get involved with arts and entertainment; notes that young people will aim to join together to make a huge Barnardo’s Scotland lantern that will be displayed at the front of the Burns Night street carnival; notes that Barnardo’s Scotland provides services aimed at improving the lives of children and young people across Dumfries and Galloway; believes that partnerships such as this play an important role in supporting such vital work, and congratulates the organisers of the Big Burns Supper on what it sees as their hard work and dedication in making the event a continuing success.

Supported by: Jackie Baillie*, Kenneth Gibson*, Bill Kidd*, John Mason*, Patricia Ferguson*, Richard Lyle*, Anne McTaggart*, Cara Hilton*, Joan McAlpine*, Alex Fergusson*

*S4M-12024 Lewis Macdonald: Duthie Park Welcomes Record Visitor Numbers—That the Parliament congratulates everyone at Duthie Park on it welcoming a record 1.2 million visitors in 2014 following a £5.2 million restoration project that was funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund and Aberdeen City Council; notes what it sees as the outstanding contribution made by the Friends of Duthie Park in developing community gardens and an events green and the hard work put in by volunteers and Aberdeen City Council staff to maintain and improve the historic park; considers that the collaboration between Aberdeen City Council and the Friends of Duthie Park has played a crucial role in the success of the restoration, and is encouraged by the future plans for further improvements to the park.

Supported by: Jackie Baillie*, Patricia Ferguson*, Nanette Milne*, Richard Lyle*, Anne McTaggart*, Cara Hilton*

*S4M-12023 Neil Findlay: Skytrac Catering Staff Sacked—That the Parliament deplores the decision by the rail catering company, Skytrac, to issue redundancy notices to eight onboard hosts who are based at Edinburgh Waverley station and who serve on First TransPennine Express’s Edinburgh and Glasgow passenger services to Manchester Airport; notes that this follows a dispute over access to hot water to replenish on-board tea and coffee facilities; understands that Skytrac has not paid rent to First ScotRail for use of the catering depot at Waverley over the last seven years and notes that the franchise for ScotRail passenger services was recently awarded to Abellio; recalls what it sees as Skytrac’s poor industrial relations record in Scotland, including the closure of its Glasgow depot in 2012 and the subsequent re-deployment of staff to Manchester; believes that Skytrac has now made a proposal similar to that in 2012 by wanting to replace the redundant Edinburgh workers with Manchester-based colleagues at a cost in hotel fees that will be equivalent to the annual wages of three Edinburgh-based staff; rejects both Skytrac’s proposal and its contention that, as there is no alternative source of hot water at Waverley station, these redundancies are unavoidable, and supports the RMT union in its view that that this seemingly trivial contract dispute highlights the threat to rail workers’ livelihoods from a fragmented privatised passenger rail network.

Supported by: Patricia Ferguson*, Hanzala Malik*, Drew Smith*, Jackie Baillie*, Malcolm Chisholm*, Cara Hilton*

S4M-12022 Dennis Robertson: Mapping Mar Orienteering Club’s Success—That the Parliament congratulates Mar Orienteering Club on its award of £18,000 from sportscotland’s Sports Facilities Fund; notes that funding is allocated to projects that provide increased sports participation by communities at a local level; understands that the grant will go toward the mapping of areas at Balmoral Estate, Muir of Dinnet, Tillyfourie, Aboyne and surrounding area; welcomes what it considers the significant increase in events that this project will enable members of the community of all ages to take part in, and wishes the Mar Orienteering Club every success with this project.

Supported by: Bill Kidd, Joan McAlpine, Nanette Milne, Liz Smith, David Torrance, Roderick Campbell, Colin Beattie, Rob Gibson, Adam Ingram, Mike MacKenzie, Kevin Stewart, Chic Brodie, Hanzala Malik, Christian Allard*

S4M-12021 David Torrance: Mary Tulloch Honoured with an MBE—That the Parliament congratulates Mary Tulloch from Kinghorn on being honoured by the Queen with an MBE for her outstanding services to the community; understands that Mary has been an active supporter of the Kinghorn Lifeboat Station since it was founded 50 years ago and, together with her husband, she has not only volunteered for 30 years but still serves as the station’s treasurer; notes that Mary is also the treasurer of Kinghorn Parish Church and Kinghorn Community Centre, for which she played a crucial role in fundraising for its establishment, and regularly offers her services to Kirkcaldy Foodbank at Dysart church, where she assists in distributing food to people in need; welcomes that Mary’s engagement to support her fellow community members, which it sees as truly noteworthy, has been recognised, and wishes her great success in her future endeavours.

Supported by: Liz Smith, Anne McTaggart, Joan McAlpine, Hanzala Malik, Nigel Don, Chic Brodie, Bill Kidd, Jackie Baillie, Roderick Campbell, Colin Beattie, Graeme Dey, Rob Gibson, Adam Ingram, Mike MacKenzie, Dennis Robertson*, Richard Lyle*

S4M-12020 John Mason: Freedom of Speech—That the Parliament notes with great sadness the deaths at the French satirical magazine, Charlie Hebdo; considers that, while hatred of any group in society should be opposed, freedom of speech must be supported and protected; strongly believes that in a healthy society it should be possible for politicians and religions to be ridiculed and satirised however uncomfortable that might be for those who are the subject matter, and considers all deities and prophets well able to handle criticism and ridicule without human intervention.

Supported by: Joan McAlpine, Christine Grahame, Stuart McMillan, Kenneth Gibson, Adam Ingram, David Torrance, Bill Kidd, Roderick Campbell, Mike MacKenzie, Margaret McCulloch, Jean Urquhart*, Murdo Fraser*, Kenny MacAskill*, Neil Findlay*, Richard Lyle*, Dave Thompson*, Sandra White*

S4M-12019 Bill Kidd: MoD Secretly Lifts Ban on Nuclear Submarines in Scotland’s Lochs—That the Parliament notes with concern reports that the Ministry of Defence (MoD) has lifted a safety ban on both the nuclear-armed and powered submarines that use lochs in West Scotland; understands that the ban was imposed by the Defence Nuclear Safety Regulator in May 2013 after safety exercises identified a number of flaws with the emergency plans that had been designed to protect the public in the event of accidents; condemns what it understands was the MoD’s decision to lift the ban being made in secret without any evidence being provided to show that safety concerns have been resolved, and reaffirms the calls for the removal of all nuclear weapons from Scotland’s waters and across the world.

Supported by: Joan McAlpine, Stuart McMillan, Kenneth Gibson, Nigel Don, Chic Brodie, David Torrance, Colin Beattie, Graeme Dey, Rob Gibson, Adam Ingram, Mike MacKenzie, John Mason, Christina McKelvie, Kevin Stewart, Jean Urquhart*, Dennis Robertson*, George Adam*, Dave Thompson*

S4M-12018 Fiona McLeod: Secure Accommodation (Scotland) Amendment Regulations 2015 [draft]—That the Education and Culture Committee recommends that the Secure Accommodation (Scotland) Amendment Regulations 2015 [draft] be approved.

Supported by: Angela Constance, Alasdair Allan

S4M-12017 Fiona McLeod: Children’s Hearings (Scotland) Act 2011 (Rules of Procedure in Children’s Hearings) Amendment Rules 2015 [draft]—That the Education and Culture Committee recommends that the Children’s Hearings (Scotland) Act 2011 (Rules of Procedure in Children’s Hearings) Amendment Rules 2015 [draft] be approved.

Supported by: Angela Constance, Alasdair Allan

S4M-12016 Hanzala Malik: Fund Scotland through Young Start—That the Parliament acknowledges the £1.1 million awarded to Scottish projects by the Big Lottery Fund Scotland through Young Start; understands that the aim of the 24 projects is to aid eight to 23-year-olds across Scotland in reaching their full potential; understands that Glasgow will benefit through Hope Amplified, which has received £49,978 for the Kush Music Initiative, which will provide young Glaswegians with professional training in African music and drama, teaching them to play musical instruments, music production and arrangement, working toward the young participants receiving an HNC in African percussion; believes that the project will use music to inspire young people, improve their lifestyles, rebuild their confidence, achieve new skills and qualifications and will ultimately improve their employment prospects; wishes the project success; and hopes to see similar future projects to help the next generation in Glasgow.

Supported by: Jackie Baillie, Patricia Ferguson, Hugh Henry, Bill Kidd, David Torrance, Paul Martin, Dennis Robertson, Anne McTaggart, Kenneth Gibson, Kevin Stewart, Chic Brodie

S4M-12015 Hanzala Malik: Horrific Attacks in Paris—That the Parliament condemns the horrific actions of those who opened fire on staff at a satirical magazine in France on 7 January 2014 and the killing of a police officer the following day; understands that 12 people were killed at the offices of the Charlie Hebdo magazine in Paris; notes that seven arrests have been made so far while another two named suspects are being sought; hopes that these cruel individuals are captured as soon as possible; further notes that a minute’s silence was observed at midday on 8 January 2014 across France for the people killed and that police forces across the UK have held a minute’s silence in solidarity with the two police officers who were killed and the other victims, and sends its thoughts and prayers to the families of the victims.

Supported by: Graeme Pearson, Malcolm Chisholm, Jackie Baillie, John Pentland, Patricia Ferguson, Hugh Henry, Iain Gray, Bill Kidd, Jamie McGrigor, Nanette Milne, Liz Smith, Neil Bibby, Kenny MacAskill, Liam McArthur, Johann Lamont, John Mason, Alison McInnes, David Torrance, Christine Grahame, Ruth Davidson, Claire Baker, Neil Findlay, Kenneth Gibson, Anne McTaggart, Drew Smith, Kevin Stewart, Jayne Baxter, Richard Simpson, Dennis Robertson*, Sandra White*

S4M-12010 Anne McTaggart: ICSEI Conference Comes to Scotland in 2016—That the Parliament welcomes the news that the conference of the International Congress for School Effectiveness and Improvement (ICSEI) will be held in Glasgow from 6 to 9 January 2016; understands that the 28th such conference, which attracts speakers, academics and delegates from across the globe, recently took place in Cincinnati, at which it was announced that the distinguished event would be hosted in 2016 by the University of Glasgow, the General Teaching Council for Scotland, Education Scotland and Glasgow City Council; believes that the conference will demonstrate a commitment to the pursuit of knowledge and opportunities for effective learning that will provide an opportunity to showcase the best of Scottish education, and further believes that it will be important and a memorable success.

Supported by: Hanzala Malik, Jackie Baillie, Patricia Ferguson, Hugh Henry, Mary Scanlon, Bill Kidd, Mike MacKenzie, Kenneth Gibson, Colin Beattie, Kevin Stewart, David Torrance

S4M-12008 John Finnie: Redundancy of Skytrac Staff in Edinburgh—That the Parliament condemns the move by Skytrac Rail Solutions, which is based in Edinburgh Waverley Station, to make eight members of its staff redundant and hand out redundancy notices to them while at work; notes that Skytrac Rail Solutions provides catering services for the First Group-run TransPennine Express; understands that the catering service will now be provided by Manchester-based staff who will be accommodated during layovers at hotels in Edinburgh at a cost of up to £500 per night; further notes the calculation by the RMT union that this accommodation arrangement would cost the equivalent of three Edinburgh-based staff per year; believes that, at a time when fares are rising across rail services, such illogical cuts to staff are unacceptable, and calls on Skytrac Rail Solutions to reverse this decision immediately.

Supported by: John Mason, Hugh Henry, Gordon MacDonald, Richard Simpson, Colin Beattie, Kevin Stewart, Neil Findlay*

S4M-12007 John Swinney: Scottish Landfill Tax (Prescribed Landfill Site Activities) Order 2014—That the Finance Committee recommends that the Scottish Landfill Tax (Prescribed Landfill Site Activities) Order 2014 be approved.

Supported by: Fergus Ewing

S4M-12006 Christian Allard: Je suis Charlie—That the Parliament is deeply saddened by the horrific shootings that have taken place at the offices of the Charlie Hebdo magazine in Paris; expresses its sympathy for the families, friends and colleagues of those who have been injured or who lost their lives; believes that the people of Scotland are standing shoulder to shoulder with the people of France following the massacre of the sharpest satirical cartoonists of the French press, and notes that this attack on the freedom of the press has generated an instant response across the world, the message of solidarity, “Je suis Charlie”.

Supported by: Patricia Ferguson, Cameron Buchanan, Murdo Fraser, Jamie McGrigor, John Lamont, Jackie Baillie, Chic Brodie, Liam McArthur, Nanette Milne, Liz Smith, Stuart McMillan, Joan McAlpine, Jackson Carlaw, James Dornan, Dave Thompson, Christina McKelvie, Jim Hume, Angus MacDonald, Adam Ingram, Graeme Dey, John Mason, Elaine Murray, Stewart Stevenson, Jean Urquhart, Kenneth Gibson, Mary Scanlon, Margaret McDougall, Dennis Robertson, John Finnie, David Stewart, Anne McTaggart, Michael Russell, Alex Fergusson, Claudia Beamish, Alison McInnes, David Torrance, Hugh Henry, Roderick Campbell, Drew Smith, Willie Coffey, Claire Baker, Iain Gray, Linda Fabiani, John Pentland, Stewart Maxwell, Alex Rowley, Neil Bibby, Bill Kidd, Johann Lamont, Nigel Don, Rob Gibson, Gordon MacDonald, Mike MacKenzie, Tavish Scott, Richard Simpson, Kevin Stewart, Colin Beattie, Margaret Mitchell, Jayne Baxter, Ken Macintosh*, Hanzala Malik*, Mary Fee*, Mark McDonald*, Neil Findlay*

S4M-12005 Linda Fabiani: East Kilbride’s Calderglen High School, Working for its Community—That the Parliament recognises the achievement of the teacher, Moray Meechan, and pupils from Calderglen High School in East Kilbride on their ongoing fundraising work; notes that the most recent examples were a local Christmas toy appeal and fundraising in aid of the East Kilbride Community Food Bank, for which they organised and held sponsored events, including a basketball game, a sponsored silence and a "silly walks" challenge; recognises what it sees as the hard work and dedication of staff and pupils in support of the community, and wishes Ms Meechan and all of the pupils involved with this well with future fundraising events.

Supported by: Angus MacDonald, Hanzala Malik, Joan McAlpine, Stuart McMillan, Nigel Don, Anne McTaggart, Chic Brodie, Bill Kidd, David Torrance, Roderick Campbell, Colin Beattie, Dennis Robertson, Rob Gibson, Adam Ingram, Mike MacKenzie, Margaret McCulloch, Kevin Stewart, Margaret Mitchell

S4M-12004 Chic Brodie: Voluntary Action Scotland, Supporting a Stronger Third Sector—That the Parliament welcomes the publication of the Voluntary Action Scotland (VAS) report, Supporting a Stronger Third Sector; understands that this report highlights the impact that third sector interfaces (TSIs) make in communities across the country and their vital role in supporting the third sector; notes the contribution of VAS in supporting, advocating for and coordinating the 32 TSIs; considers that TSIs play a crucial role in building partnerships and collaborations locally between the third and public sectors and others, of particular importance when trying to deal with the difficult impacts of fiscal austerity and welfare reform; is encouraged by what it sees as the progress being made by TSIs in supporting the third sector and the potential that they demonstrate, particularly in supporting the third sector contribution to public service reform, and believes that continued support for VAS, TSIs and the third sector is crucial to supporting the social fabric of Scotland.

Supported by: Angus MacDonald, Stuart McMillan, Stewart Maxwell, Joan McAlpine, David Torrance, Bill Kidd, Kenneth Gibson, Colin Beattie, Rob Gibson, Adam Ingram, Mike MacKenzie, Kevin Stewart, John Mason, Hanzala Malik, Dennis Robertson*

S4M-12003♦ Linda Fabiani: Supporting PCS’s Campaign against UK Government Meddling—That the Parliament supports the Public and Commercial Services Union’s (PCS) campaign to protect its finances by encouraging every member to pay their subscription fees via direct debit; regrets that this action has been instigated by what it considers to be a politically motivated attack by some UK Government departments to end check-off, the system used by most PCS members across the UK to pay their fees; welcomes the ongoing hard work of civil servants right across Scotland, including HMRC staff based in East Kilbride, and notes the view that governments should consider trade unions as potential partners in cooperation to deliver fair pay and conditions as well as valuable and efficient services.

Supported by: Kenneth Gibson, Sandra White, Roderick Campbell, Angus MacDonald, Graeme Dey, Joan McAlpine, Chic Brodie, Dave Thompson, Kevin Stewart, Stuart McMillan, Christina McKelvie, Adam Ingram, Richard Lyle, Christine Grahame, Rob Gibson, David Torrance, Bill Kidd, Nigel Don, Colin Beattie, Neil Findlay

S4M-12003.1 Neil Findlay: Supporting PCS’s Campaign against UK Government Meddling—As an amendment to motion S4M-12003 in the name of Linda Fabiani (Supporting PCS’s Campaign against UK Government Meddling), insert at end "; further notes the industrial action by PCS members at the National Museum of Scotland that took place on 28 December 2014, the anniversary of this year-long dispute, and notes calls for management at the museum and the Cabinet Secretary for Culture, Europe and External Affairs to get back to meaningful negotiations to end this dispute, which, it considers, is caused by proposed cuts of up to £3,000 per year to weekend allowances for some of the lowest paid staff".

S4M-12002 Tavish Scott: Congratulations to the Lerwick Brewery on its UK-wide Distribution Deal—That the Parliament congratulates everyone at the Lerwick Brewery on it signing a deal with the major distributor and wholesaler, Ooberstock; understands that, despite being one of the UK’s most remote breweries, it has built up an excellent reputation in providing high and consistent-quality ales; believes that this deal will allow the brewery to benefit from a UK-wide distribution of its products and could almost double its potential market; notes that it comes at an important time when the brewery is growing amid expansion plans that could see it exporting to North America and the Far East; recognises what it sees as the tremendous effort put in by all involved over the few years since the company was established; commends this news as a major step forward for the Shetland-based business, and wishes the brewery and its staff the best of luck.

Supported by: Hanzala Malik, Jim Hume, Roderick Campbell, Jackie Baillie, John Pentland, Patricia Ferguson, Hugh Henry, Mary Scanlon, Bill Kidd, Jamie McGrigor, Nanette Milne, Liz Smith, David Torrance, Jean Urquhart, Rob Gibson, Mike MacKenzie, Anne McTaggart, Kenneth Gibson, Colin Beattie, Kevin Stewart, Margaret Mitchell, Dennis Robertson*

S4M-12001 Mark McDonald: Investors in Young People Accreditation for Axis Well Technology—That the Parliament welcomes the news that Axis Well Technology Ltd in Bridge of Don has been accredited as an Investor in Young People (IIYP); understands that IIYP was launched in the summer of 2014 and is supported by the Scottish Government; notes that the IIYP offers an accreditation scheme encouraging employers to work with, and invest in, young workers; further understands that IIYP assists organisations in implementing a nationally recognised framework helping them to engage and develop a talent pipeline for the future; further notes that the framework provides advice, recommendations and best practice regarding the recruitment, employment and training of young workers, and hopes that Axis Well Technology continues to give its full commitment to the recruitment and development of young people in its organisation.

Supported by: Bill Kidd, Nanette Milne, Chic Brodie, Jean Urquhart, Dennis Robertson, Kenneth Gibson, Colin Beattie, Nigel Don, Joan McAlpine, Sandra White, Angus MacDonald, Christian Allard, Kevin Stewart, Margaret McCulloch, Mike MacKenzie, Adam Ingram, Rob Gibson, David Torrance, Stuart McMillan

S4M-12000♦ David Torrance: Levenmouth Community Energy Project—That the Parliament welcomes a new scheme launched by the Levenmouth Community Energy Project, which aims to use green hydrogen to tackle issues relating to Scotland’s energy problems, including transport, energy storage and low-carbon heating; recognises that the project was among the 17 successful applicants to the Local Energy Challenge Fund for which it received £30,000 of Scottish Government funding; understands that the grant will be invested in establishing a fleet of minibuses and a fuel cell-powered educational trailer, which will be accompanied by facilities to produce and refuel new hydrogen, as well as creating a zero-carbon electricity grid at Fife Energy Park; believes that additional aspects of this initiative will include the provision of educational and skills activities to many in the community, including schoolchildren, teaching them of the benefits of using green hydrogen; considers that the Levenmouth Community Project sets a good example for others across Scotland by encouraging renewable solutions to be found while taking account of the needs of local communities and educating young people on the issue, and wishes all those involved great success in the implementation of the project.

Supported by: Bill Kidd, Jean Urquhart, Kenneth Gibson, Joan McAlpine, Gil Paterson, Graeme Dey, Roderick Campbell, Rob Gibson, Kevin Stewart, Dennis Robertson, Colin Beattie, Nigel Don, Sandra White, Angus MacDonald, Mike MacKenzie, Adam Ingram

S4M-11999 Michael Matheson: Modern Slavery Bill – UK Legislation—That the Parliament agrees that the relevant provisions of the Modern Slavery Bill, introduced in the House of Commons on 10 June 2014, relating to enforcement powers in relation to ships and the Anti-Slavery Commissioner, so far as these matters fall within the legislative competence of the Scottish Parliament or alter the functions of the Scottish Ministers, should be considered by the UK Parliament.

Supported by: Paul Wheelhouse

S4M-11998 David Torrance: Congratulations to Kirkland High School—That the Parliament congratulates Kirkland High School and Community Campus on winning the Fife Schools’ Regional Gymnastic Heats; understands that around 300 students participated at the event, which was held at the Michael Woods Leisure Centre in Glenrothes; recognises that Amber Strachan, Jordan Hogg, Alex Rhinds and Ashley Cameron from Kirkland High School won the title for the third consecutive time and are now allowed to proceed to the Scottish Schools Gymnastics Championships; welcomes what it sees as considerable effort by schools in Fife to provide their students with the opportunity to learn gymnastics, allowing them to learn new skills and be physically active, and wishes the gymnasts from Kirkland High School great success at the national championships.

Supported by: Roderick Campbell, Stuart McMillan, Dennis Robertson, Colin Beattie, Joan McAlpine, Adam Ingram, Bill Kidd, Gil Paterson, Rob Gibson, Kevin Stewart, Sandra White, Angus MacDonald, Mike MacKenzie

S4M-11997 David Torrance: Walter Anderson, Burntisland Community Award Winner 2015—That the Parliament congratulates Walter Anderson on receiving the Burntisland Community Award 2015; believes that Walter won the award because of his longstanding service to the community; understands that Walter was a pipe major in Burntisland Pipe Band, played a crucial role in founding the town’s Rotary club and has been an elder of Erskine United Free Church for 40 years; considers that these various commitments reflect Walter’s dedication to actively engage with his local community, introducing new and innovative ideas, while also inspiring many young people to learn the pipes; welcomes Burntisland Community Council’s efforts to appreciate those who serve the community and recognise their dedicated work and considers that this sets a commendable example to others, and wishes Walter the best of luck in all his future endeavours.

Supported by: Joan McAlpine, Christian Allard, Hanzala Malik, John Pentland, Claire Baker, Roderick Campbell, Dennis Robertson, Colin Beattie, Graeme Dey, Adam Ingram, Mike MacKenzie, Bill Kidd, Rob Gibson, Kevin Stewart, Nigel Don, Sandra White, Angus MacDonald

S4M-11995# Stewart Maxwell: Holocaust Memorial Day 2015—That the Parliament notes that 27 January 2015 marks Holocaust Memorial Day, the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau and an opportunity for schools, colleges, faith groups and communities across Scotland to remember the six million men, women and children murdered by the Nazi regime in occupied Europe; acknowledges that this year marks perhaps the last significant anniversary that will be marked with the Holocaust in living memory; further notes that the theme of Holocaust Memorial Day 2015 is Keep the Memory Alive; values the Holocaust Educational Trust’s Lessons from Auschwitz Project, which gives two post-16 students from every school and college in Scotland the opportunity to visit Auschwitz-Birkenau; applauds Lucy Paterson and Kieran Smyth, two students from St Andrew’s RC Secondary in Glasgow, who took part in the project and will deliver the Parliament’s Time for Reflection message on 27 January; celebrates the Holocaust survivors who have enriched Scotland as a nation, and recommits to ensuring that racism, sectarianism and bigotry are never allowed to go unchallenged in Scotland.

Supported by: Kenneth Gibson, David Stewart, Chic Brodie, Bill Kidd, Stuart McMillan, Dennis Robertson, Joan McAlpine, Liam McArthur, Hugh Henry, Patricia Ferguson, Hanzala Malik, John Pentland, Christian Allard, Colin Beattie, Anne McTaggart, David Torrance, Jackson Carlaw, Margaret Mitchell, Jamie McGrigor, Graeme Dey, Adam Ingram, Mike MacKenzie, Christina McKelvie, Linda Fabiani, Ken Macintosh, Rob Gibson, Drew Smith, Kevin Stewart, Nigel Don, Sandra White, Angus MacDonald, John Mason, Bruce Crawford, Alison McInnes, Jayne Baxter, Dave Thompson*

S4M-11994# Alison Johnstone: Campaign for Freedom of Information in Scotland—That the Parliament congratulates the Campaign for Freedom of Information in Scotland on reaching 30 years of campaigning for transparency and accountability of public service provision in Scotland; notes the importance that the campaign attaches to a robust and progressive Freedom of Information Act; welcomes what it considers its continuing willingness to work with the Scottish Information Commissioner, the Scottish Government, the Parliament and public service providers to ensure a strong access to information for people across Scotland; celebrates the 10th anniversary of the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002, and looks forward to working with the campaign and others in advancing freedom of information rights so that all public services are equally accountable and transparent.

Supported by: John Finnie, Patrick Harvie, Hanzala Malik, Ken Macintosh, Jean Urquhart, Richard Simpson, Dennis Robertson, Elaine Murray, David Torrance, Anne McTaggart, Mike MacKenzie, Linda Fabiani, Nigel Don, Sandra White, Alison McInnes, John Mason*

S4M-11992 Sandra White: Partick Thistle Top the Table Helping Homeless—That the Parliament acknowledges what it considers the generosity of Partick Thistle FC, which donated a thousand pies to homeless people in Glasgow on New Year’s Day; understands that the pies were donated following the club’s match against Celtic FC being postponed due to a waterlogged pitch; recognises that the Glasgow city centre-based Marie Trust collected the pies and took them to its centre for homeless people, and hopes that the generosity of Partick Thistle FC will continue and be replicated by other clubs in similar circumstances.

Supported by: Patricia Ferguson, Roderick Campbell, Joan McAlpine, Stuart McMillan, David Torrance, Jackie Baillie, Kevin Stewart, Mike MacKenzie, Rob Gibson, Neil Findlay, Colin Beattie, Dennis Robertson, Nigel Don, Anne McTaggart, Christian Allard, Bill Kidd, Adam Ingram, Richard Lyle

S4M-11991 Bob Doris: Combating Food Need in Milton—That the Parliament congratulates AXM Club on its fundraiser on 23 December 2014, which raised £500 for the Unite Canal Community Branch (UCCB) Foodbank in Milton in north Glasgow; notes that the donation was delivered on Christmas Eve along with boxes of food; understands that the money will be used to secure UCCB’s pick-up and drop-off service in the difficult winter months ahead, as well as enabling it to continue to serve fresh hot meals on a weekly basis in the HUT facility, and thanks AXM Club staff and their manager, Scott McMillan, as well as all volunteers at the foodbank, for their work in developing and supporting what it considers this invaluable service and social hub for the Milton area.

Supported by: Bill Kidd, Joan McAlpine, Roderick Campbell, Colin Beattie, David Torrance, Graeme Dey, Adam Ingram, Richard Lyle, Mike MacKenzie, Rob Gibson, Kevin Stewart, Nigel Don, Sandra White, Angus MacDonald, Dennis Robertson

S4M-11990 David Stewart: Moray Firth Radio, Your Music, Your Life—That the Parliament congratulates everyone at the Inverness-based Moray Firth Radio (MFR), which serves the Highlands, Moray, Orkney and parts of north west Aberdeenshire, on its recent rebranding; understands that, as it moves into its 33rd year of broadcasting, the station plans to enhance programming and listener numbers and will adopt a new logo, replacing that used since 2001; further understands that there will be a major shake-up to its sister station, MFR 2, which will see new shows, updated presenter slots and introduce new talent; notes that a third station, MFR 3, will be launched in January 2015 and will play current chart hits, which, it believes will further increase people’s listening choice, and notes what it sees as the improvements to the MFR website, which now allows online access to each of the stations and local news and provides information about how to access services using mobile, tablet and desktop technology as well as by social media.

Supported by: Stuart McMillan, Nanette Milne, Liz Smith, Mary Scanlon, David Torrance, Mike MacKenzie, Richard Lyle, Jackie Baillie, Chic Brodie, Colin Beattie, Jean Urquhart, Jamie McGrigor, Kenneth Gibson, Bill Kidd, Dave Thompson R, Anne McTaggart, Dennis Robertson, Kevin Stewart, Sandra White

S4M-11989 Richard Simpson: Disabled Access Day—That the Parliament recognises that 17 January 2015 is Disabled Access Day; further notes that the campaign encourages disabled people and their friends and families to get out and about and explore somewhere new together; regards access for disabled people as crucial to improving their equality; believes that the award-winning Euan’s Guide is making a significant contribution to providing information on ease of access for disabled people, and hopes that all parliamentarians will encourage local disabled groups to write in their views to Euan’s Guide on access to sites at euansguide.com/news/disabled-access-day-campaign.

Supported by: David Torrance, Drew Smith, Iain Gray, Jayne Baxter, Patricia Ferguson, Liam McArthur, Jackie Baillie, Joan McAlpine, Hugh Henry, Nanette Milne, Richard Lyle, John Pentland, Alex Fergusson, Mary Fee, Jackson Carlaw, Mike MacKenzie, Rob Gibson, Anne McTaggart, Colin Beattie, Alison McInnes, Nigel Don, Kenneth Gibson, Ken Macintosh, Elaine Murray, Neil Findlay, Stuart McMillan, Adam Ingram, Linda Fabiani, Sandra White, Angus MacDonald

S4M-11988 Dennis Robertson: Disabled Access Day—That the Parliament recognises 17 January 2015 as the inaugural Disabled Access Day in Scotland; acknowledges that Disabled Access Day provides resources and information to disabled people as well as their families and friends to venture out and visit venues and locations new to them; encourages charities, companies and venues in Scotland to become more aware of accessibility issues and ensure that their facilities and services are fully accessible for disabled people, and notes that Euan’s Guide is sponsoring the event, which has received international support from charities and organisations working for a more accessible world.

Supported by: Joan McAlpine, Kenneth Gibson, Liam McArthur, Jim Hume, Jackie Baillie, Nigel Don, Roderick Campbell, Jean Urquhart, Colin Beattie, John Mason, Bill Kidd, Hugh Henry, Nanette Milne, Alison McInnes, Kevin Stewart, David Torrance, Christina McKelvie, Mike MacKenzie, Richard Lyle, Adam Ingram, Rob Gibson, Christian Allard, Elaine Murray, Anne McTaggart, Linda Fabiani, Sandra White, Angus MacDonald, Bruce Crawford

S4M-11987 Nigel Don: Protecting Vulnerable Adults from Scammers—That the Parliament congratulates Angus Council on recognising that its vulnerable citizens face attacks from scammers and for developing the Angus Financial Harm Sub-Committee, a partnership involving Angus Council social work and trading standards services, Police Scotland, voluntary sector partners and businesses, including financial institutions, to assist in protecting adults from financial harm; understands that, in recent years, there have been six known instances in which Angus residents have lost savings of more than £40,000; further understands that, although this initiative has been successful in shielding vulnerable people in Angus from fraudulent schemes, such as prize draws and land investment scams, there is still a great need to keep up this work to protect people from experiencing financial harm, and further recognises that scams affect the mental health of victims as well as having financial implications.

Supported by: Nanette Milne, Stuart McMillan, Graeme Dey, Kenneth Gibson, Jean Urquhart, Joan McAlpine, Jackie Baillie, Colin Beattie, Jim Hume, Bill Kidd, Dennis Robertson, Dave Thompson, Kevin Stewart, Christina McKelvie, David Torrance, Mike MacKenzie, Richard Lyle, Adam Ingram, Rob Gibson, Hanzala Malik, Christian Allard, Anne McTaggart, Sandra White, Angus MacDonald

S4M-11986 Michael Matheson: Serious Crime Bill – UK Legislation—That the Parliament agrees that the relevant provisions of the Serious Crime Bill, introduced in the House of Lords on 5 June 2014, relating to amendments to the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002, amendments to the Computer Misuse Act 1990, amendments to the Serious Crime Act 2007 in respect of serious crime prevention orders, the repeal of provisions within the Serious Organised Crime and Police Act 2005 in respect of financial reporting orders and the amendments to the Prohibition of Female Genital Mutilation (Scotland) Act 2005 to include habitual UK residents, so far as these matters fall within the legislative competence of the Scottish Parliament or alter the executive competence of the Scottish Ministers, should be considered by the UK Parliament.

Supported by: Paul Wheelhouse

S4M-11979 John Lamont: Eyemouth-born Gary Anderson is the 2015 PDC World Darts Champion—That the Parliament congratulates "the Flying Scotsman", Gary Anderson, on what it considers his well-deserved victory at the Professional Darts Corporation’s (PDC) world championship at Alexandra Palace in London; considers his victory against the 16-time world champion Phil Taylor in a thrilling final to be a fantastic achievement; understands that, in claiming the Sid Waddell Trophy, he hit the maximum score, 180, an impressive 19 times; notes that he is the first Scot to win a world darts title since Les "McDanger" Wallace claimed the British Darts Organisation’s version in 1997, and hopes that this victory is one of many more to come for the Eyemouth-born Gary.

Supported by: Mary Scanlon, Gordon MacDonald, Jamie McGrigor, Nanette Milne, Cameron Buchanan, Liz Smith, Kenneth Gibson, Jim Hume, David Torrance, Nigel Don, Jackson Carlaw, Richard Lyle, Alex Johnstone, Adam Ingram, Murdo Fraser, Neil Findlay, Graeme Dey, Alex Fergusson, Margaret Mitchell, Colin Beattie, Kevin Stewart, Dennis Robertson, Anne McTaggart

S4M-11978 Nigel Don: £3,550 Gift to Angus District Nursing Service—That the Parliament welcomes the recent gift of over £3,500 to the Angus District Nursing Service from the charity, Lippen Care; considers that this will greatly benefit those who rely on this service in Montrose, which is in the Angus North and Mearns parliamentary constituency, as it will fund the purchase of four syringe pumps that enable medicines to be given under the skin; believes that these are often used to provide relief from symptoms in cancer care or palliative care; understands that these syringe pumps are a simpler and more comfortable way to administer medication for people who would otherwise need frequent injections or for those whose symptoms are difficult to control with tablets alone, and hopes that the pumps will improve the quality of life of patients.

Supported by: Bill Kidd, Nanette Milne, David Torrance, Roderick Campbell, Anne McTaggart, Joan McAlpine, Mike MacKenzie, Richard Lyle, Alex Johnstone, Adam Ingram, Rob Gibson, Graeme Dey, Colin Beattie, Dennis Robertson, Kevin Stewart, Christian Allard, Sandra White, Angus MacDonald

S4M-11977 Stuart McMillan: The Flying Scotsman is the 2015 World Darts Champion—That the Parliament congratulates "the Flying Scotsman", Gary Anderson, on winning the Professional Darts Corporation’s (PDC) World Darts Championship for the first time at the Alexandra Palace in London, by defeating Phil Taylor, considered the greatest player ever, 7-6; understands that, after what many believe was the most exciting final ever, Gary received the Sid Waddell Trophy and £250,000 in prize money, and wishes him the best for the upcoming Premier League campaign and in all his PDC events.

Supported by: Nigel Don, Joan McAlpine, Bill Kidd, John Lamont, Kenneth Gibson, David Torrance, John Mason, Tavish Scott, Mike MacKenzie, Richard Lyle, Rob Gibson, Murdo Fraser, Colin Beattie, Dennis Robertson, Kevin Stewart, Stewart Maxwell, Adam Ingram, Linda Fabiani

S4M-11974 Neil Findlay: City Link Workers Treated with Contempt—That the Parliament is disgusted and appalled at the treatment of City Link workers, including some based in Lothian, who, it understands, were told on Christmas Day 2014 that their company had gone into administration, with the jobs to be lost on Hogmanay; is deeply concerned that this announcement was made despite it now being established that administrators were called in in November 2014 and the workforce was not informed; condemns what it considers the callous actions of City Link’s owner, Better Capital, and its founder, John Moulton, who, instead of doing all he could to save the company, appears to have cut and run, leaving misery in his wake while Scottish taxpayers will have to help pick up the bill; calls on the Scottish Government to do all that it can to work with the UK Government to ensure that no stone is left unturned to secure the future of City Link workers and to support an inquiry into the timing of the announcement and the circumstances leading up to that announcement and to examine the allegations of asset stripping and profiteering by Better Capital, and pledges to fully support the RMT union’s campaign for justice for City Link workers.

Supported by: Duncan McNeil, Patricia Ferguson, James Kelly, Claudia Beamish, Jackie Baillie, Hugh Henry

S4M-11973 Mary Scanlon: Fort William FC, Four-in-a-row—That the Parliament congratulates the players, the manager, Calum MacLean, his coaching team and everyone connected with Fort William FC after it won four successive Highland League games for the first time in its history; understands that the team had won three games in succession, equalling its previous record but was then forced to wait five weeks for the elusive fourth win after waterlogged and frozen pitches meant that games were postponed; notes that the club was established in 1974 and joined the Highland Football League in 1985; welcomes the praise that it considers the club has received for this achievement from other clubs in the Highland League and from football supporters around the country; notes that the 2-1 win that Fort William achieved over Clachnacuddin to secure its fourth successive victory also saw the club win the Simon Shields trophy for the first time; notes that this trophy is played for in memory of Simon Shields who was a talented young footballer who played for both teams until his death from lung cancer at just 23 in 2011, and wishes Fort William FC continued success this season as it builds on its record-breaking run of victories.

Supported by: Jamie McGrigor, Stuart McMillan, Bill Kidd, Cameron Buchanan, Adam Ingram, John Lamont, David Torrance, John Finnie, Mike MacKenzie, Richard Lyle, Margaret Mitchell, Colin Beattie

S4M-11929# Hanzala Malik: Taliban’s Attack in a School in Peshawar—That the Parliament condemns the actions of the Taliban’s attack in a school in Peshawar, where it opened fire on children and staff members; understands that seven Taliban attackers wearing bomb vests entered the public school and opened fire on children as young as five; understands that at least 132 children and nine staff members are already dead and that a further 125 children were wounded before all seven attackers were killed; believes this to be the deadliest attack by the Taliban; recognises the deep sadness of the Pakistani community in Glasgow and the rest of Scotland; supports the Pakistan government and its agencies in bringing these attackers’ network to justice, and offers its deepest condolences, thoughts and prayers to the families of the children and teachers.

S4M-11392# Angus MacDonald: The Need for a Direct Ferry Service Between Scotland and Scandinavia—That the Parliament notes that, following the cessation of the DFDS Harwich to Esbjerg service in September 2014, there is no direct ferry service between the UK and Scandinavia; understands that the historic Newcastle–Stavanger–Bergen service ceased operation in 2008, which meant that there was no direct service between the UK and Norway; believes that a direct service between Scottish and Scandinavian ports would help to increase exports from the Falkirk East constituency and other parts of Scotland to northern Europe while simultaneously attracting tourists with high disposable incomes, and notes the calls for the Scottish Government, the Scotland Office, Scottish Development International and interested regional transport partnerships to work with port and ferry operators to investigate the feasibility of such a project.

S4M-11325# John Mason: Equal Pay—That the Parliament notes the recent report from the Resolution Foundation, which suggests that a record five million people in the UK are stuck in low-paid jobs, including in Glasgow Shettleston; believes that the statutory UK national minimum wage of £6.50 per hour is too low to counterbalance the ever increasing cost of living; understands that the living wage of £7.65 is only a voluntary scheme and is not statutory, therefore does not ensure equal pay protection to all workers in the public, private or voluntary sectors, and notes the belief that the only way to ensure that genuine pay equality is achieved would be to make the living wage a statutory scheme for all employers.

Motions and amendments which have attracted additional support

S4M-11972 Glasgow City Council and Unite the Union Local Government Pledge ­(lodged on 24 December 2014) Kezia Dugdale, Jackie Baillie, Patricia Ferguson, Neil Findlay, Cara Hilton, Jayne Baxter, Margaret McCulloch, Anne McTaggart, Richard Simpson

S4M-11971 The Puppy Smuggling Scandal ­(lodged on 23 December 2014) Jackie Baillie, Adam Ingram, Linda Fabiani, Sandra White, Dave Thompson*

S4M-11970 Another Glasgow Tragedy ­(lodged on 23 December 2014) Ken Macintosh, Bob Doris, Siobhan McMahon

S4M-11969 Bank of Scotland Foundation Awards ­(lodged on 22 December 2014) Gil Paterson

S4M-11967 Awards for Whitecraig Community Centre ­(lodged on 22 December 2014) Gil Paterson, Sandra White

S4M-11964 Congratulations to Hazlehead Diamonds Trampoline Club ­(lodged on 19 December 2014) Gil Paterson, Sandra White

S4M-11963 Naomi Mitchison, IET’s Young Woman Engineer of the Year ­(lodged on 19 December 2014) Linda Fabiani, Gil Paterson, Sandra White

S4M-11962 NHS Lanarkshire Homeopathy Service ­(lodged on 19 December 2014) Claudia Beamish

S4M-11961 New Medical Facility in Glasgow Set to Open in 2015 ­(lodged on 19 December 2014) Dave Thompson, Gil Paterson

S4M-11958 14th Midlothian (Bonnyrigg) Scout Group Awarded £2,623 ­(lodged on 19 December 2014) Sandra White

S4M-11957 Artmap Argyll Appoints Creative Consultant ­(lodged on 18 December 2014) Gil Paterson

S4M-11956 World Class, Impactful Scottish University Research Recognised by UK-wide Assessment ­(lodged on 18 December 2014) Nigel Don, Gil Paterson, Sandra White

S4M-11955 Congratulating Margaret Clarke ­(lodged on 18 December 2014) Linda Fabiani, Sandra White

S4M-11954 Dunoon Burgh Hall Trust Reaches Fundraising Target ­(lodged on 18 December 2014) Gil Paterson

S4M-11953 Sofa-surfing and Homelessness Services ­(lodged on 18 December 2014) Dave Thompson, Nigel Don, Elaine Murray, Gil Paterson, Sandra White

S4M-11952 Community Groups Receive Funding from Bank of Scotland Community Fund Scheme ­(lodged on 18 December 2014) Sandra White

S4M-11951 Congratulations to Andrea McDonald School of Highland Dance (lodged on 18 December 2014) Gil Paterson, Sandra White

S4M-11950 French Film Festival ­(lodged on 18 December 2014) Gil Paterson

S4M-11949 The Bank of Scotland Foundation Invests in Glasgow Kelvin Groups ­(lodged on 18 December 2014) Gil Paterson

S4M-11948 Scottish Council on Deafness Given Awards for All Funding ­(lodged on 18 December 2014) Dave Thompson

S4M-11944 Royal Mail Posties Continue to Deliver for Scotland ­(lodged on 18 December 2014) Elaine Murray, Gil Paterson, Linda Fabiani, Graeme Pearson

S4M-11943 Positive Action in Housing’s Annual Winter Destitution Surgery (lodged on 18 December 2014) Elaine Murray, Linda Fabiani, Gil Paterson, Sandra White

S4M-11942 Scotland’s Universities Leading the Way in Research ­(lodged on 18 December 2014) Gil Paterson

S4M-11941 Celebrating the Life of Lily Kennedy MBE ­(lodged on 18 December 2014) Gil Paterson

S4M-11940 Research Excellence Framework 2014 ­(lodged on 18 December 2014) Gil Paterson, Graeme Pearson

S4M-11939 Congratulations to Scotland’s Island Councils ­(lodged on 18 December 2014) Gil Paterson

S4M-11937 New Chair of the Scottish Crofting Federation ­(lodged on 18 December 2014) Gil Paterson

S4M-11936 European Parliament’s Recognition of Palestine ­(lodged on 18 December 2014) Gil Paterson

S4M-11935 Scotland in the Red ­(lodged on 18 December 2014) Nigel Don, Gil Paterson

S4M-11934 Raibeart MacCaluim ­(lodged on 18 December 2014) Gil Paterson

S4M-11929 Taliban’s Attack in a School in Peshawar ­(lodged on 17 December 2014) Graeme Pearson, Elaine Murray, Johann Lamont, Ken Macintosh*

S4M-11927 Congratulations to Isles FM ­(lodged on 17 December 2014) Hanzala Malik

S4M-11924 Merchant Navy Medal Awarded to Captain Norman Martin ­(lodged on 16 December 2014) Sandra White

S4M-11922 New Skatepark for Aberdeen’s Transition Extreme ­(lodged on 16 December 2014) Sandra White

S4M-11921 Elizabeth Gordon, Anstruther Citizen of the Year ­(lodged on 16 December 2014) Sandra White

S4M-11920 Awards for All Grants in North East Fife ­(lodged on 16 December 2014) Sandra White

S4M-11919 Commending a Successful Evening for Shetland Music ­(lodged on 16 December 2014) Sandra White

S4M-11918 Scotland’s First Same-sex Marriages Take Place ­(lodged on 16 December 2014) Sandra White

S4M-11917 Shop Local this Christmas ­(lodged on 16 December 2014) Sandra White

S4M-11911 Loch Lomond and the Trossachs Community Partnership Award (lodged on 16 December 2014) Sandra White

S4M-11907 Funding to Protect the Scottish Wildcat ­(lodged on 16 December 2014) Sandra White

S4M-11905 Congratulations to the Methilhill Community Children’s Initiative (lodged on 16 December 2014) Sandra White

S4M-11904 Awards for All Funding for Falkirk East Groups ­(lodged on 16 December 2014) Sandra White

S4M-11903 Firpark Secondary School ­(lodged on 15 December 2014) Sandra White

S4M-11902 Third Anniversary of Dyce, Bucksburn and Kingswells Pubwatch (lodged on 15 December 2014) Sandra White

S4M-11900 Best of Burray is Best of Trad ­(lodged on 15 December 2014) Sandra White

S4M-11899 Scotland’s Population Continues to Rise ­(lodged on 15 December 2014) Sandra White

S4M-11898 MG Alba Trad Awards a Record Winner in 2014 ­(lodged on 15 December 2014) Sandra White

S4M-11897 St John’s Primary School and Children’s Rights ­(lodged on 15 December 2014) Sandra White

S4M-11896 Crombie Play Park Big Lottery Funding ­(lodged on 15 December 2014) Sandra White

S4M-11895 Ashwood Scotland Foundation ­(lodged on 15 December 2014) Sandra White

S4M-11894 Congratulations to St George’s and St Peter’s Community Association ­(lodged on 15 December 2014) Sandra White

S4M-11893 Congratulations to East End Family Holiday Co-operative ­(lodged on 15 December 2014) Sandra White

S4M-11892 Congratulations to the Scottish SPCA ­(lodged on 15 December 2014) Sandra White

S4M-11891 Belladrum Tartan Heart Boost for the Scottish Economy ­(lodged on 15 December 2014) Sandra White

S4M-11890 Congratulations to SCARF Calendar Winners ­(lodged on 15 December 2014) Sandra White

S4M-11889 Congratulations to Riverbank School ­(lodged on 15 December 2014) Sandra White

S4M-11888 Stop Student Poverty ­(lodged on 15 December 2014) Patrick Harvie

S4M-11887 Supporting RMT’s No Sewage on the Tracks Campaign ­(lodged on 15 December 2014) Nigel Don, Sandra White

S4M-11886 Horizon Recovery Café Awarded £1,000 from the Big Lottery Fund (lodged on 12 December 2014) Sandra White

S4M-11883 Overtown Community Nursery’s Parents and Toddlers Group (lodged on 12 December 2014) Sandra White

S4M-11882 Congratulations to Bo’net on Big Lottery Fund Grant ­(lodged on 12 December 2014) Sandra White

S4M-11881 Auchtertool’s Charity Santa Run ­(lodged on 11 December 2014) Sandra White

S4M-11880 Maggie’s Fife Raises £3,032 ­(lodged on 11 December 2014) Sandra White

S4M-11874 Congratulations to Kinghorn Coastal Rowing Club and Burntisland Primary School ­(lodged on 11 December 2014) Sandra White

S4M-11873 Congratulating North East Fife Big Lottery Fund Winners ­(lodged on 11 December 2014) Sandra White

S4M-11857 Bathgate Partnership Centre ­(lodged on 10 December 2014) Sandra White

S4M-11841 The Dangers of Counterfeit Online Electrical Goods ­(lodged on 09 December 2014) Bob Doris, John Mason*

S4M-11734 Liberton Pupils Release Keane’s Song in Memory of Keane Wallis-Bennett ­(lodged on 27 November 2014) Sarah Boyack

S4M-11391 Dementia Training Partnership Between ASDA and the Open University ­(lodged on 03 November 2014) Dennis Robertson

S4M-11361 Tackling Projected Population Decline in Argyll and Bute ­(lodged on 30 October 2014) Michael Russell

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