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 A motion or amendment is live if it has not been debated, withdrawn or otherwise deleted from the list.

Where a motion or amendment has been withdrawn, it is indicated in this section the day after it has been withdrawn.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-12135 Hugh Henry: Increasing Bus Fares Cause for Concern—That the Parliament notes with concern the announcement by McGill’s Buses that bus fares are being increased at a time when oil prices are tumbling; regrets the increase of 5.6% in the price of some day tickets, and believes that the Scottish Government should act to protect the interests of fare-paying passengers as well as concessionary travel card users.

*S4M-12134 Joe FitzPatrick on behalf of the Parliamentary Bureau: Business Motion—That the Parliament agrees to the following revisions to the programme of business for—

(a) Tuesday 27 January 2015


followed by Topical Questions (if selected)


followed by Ministerial Statement: Smith Commission

followed by Ministerial Statement: Agricultural Holdings Review Group Report


5.00 pm Decision Time

and insert

5.30 pm Decision Time

(b) Thursday 29 January 2015


2.30 pm Parliamentary Bureau Motions

and insert

2.00 pm Parliamentary Bureau Motions

followed by Scottish Government Debate: The Chilcot Inquiry

*S4M-12133 Jackson Carlaw: North Ayrshire Council Apprentices Make National Final—That the Parliament congratulates Jamie Acheson, an apprentice plasterer, and Dylan Shankland, a shadow contract performance supervisor, on being selected as finalists in the Association for Public Service Excellence (APSE) Scotland Building and Housing Apprentice Awards; understands that both were shortlisted after impressing judges with their dedication to their work; notes that, in total, 22 apprentices from across Scotland have been selected for the final, which will be held on 12 February 2015 at the Dublane Hydro, and wishes the apprentices every success in the awards and as their careers progress.

Supported by: Jamie McGrigor*, Roderick Campbell*, Cameron Buchanan*, Margaret Mitchell*, Mary Scanlon*, Anne McTaggart*

*S4M-12132 Kevin Stewart: Congratulations to North East Scotland Students—That the Parliament congratulates three teams of young people from North East Scotland College, One Stop Swap Shop, Deals on Wheels and Project SEARCH’n’Save, on their £500 grant to run innovative projects focused on improving money management in the Aberdeen community; recognises that the award comes from the Money for Life Challenge run by Lloyds Banking Group in partnership with Young Scot, the national youth information and citizenship agency for Scotland, and notes that the Money for Life Challenge is a UK-wide competition, now in its fourth year, that helps young people in further education, training and community organisations acquire new skills while helping develop the money management capability of their community.

Supported by: Rob Gibson*, Adam Ingram*, Nanette Milne*, Joan McAlpine*, Roderick Campbell*

*S4M-12131 Dennis Robertson: Awards for All Scotland Funding for Aberdeenshire West—That the Parliament congratulates Monymusk Primary School and Milne Hall Management Committee on their combined £12,000 of funding from Awards for All Scotland; understands that Awards for All Scotland provides grants to organisations for projects that will benefit local communities and people in need; notes that Monymusk Primary School’s funding is allocated to developing an outdoor playground, installing a weather station, purchasing musical instruments and building a trail for the pupils; understands that Milne Hall Management Committee’s funding will be used to repair the floor of Milne Hall, a community building used by many local organisations, and welcomes what it considers the enrichment and opportunities that these developments will bring to both communities.

Supported by: Hanzala Malik*, Stuart McMillan*, Joan McAlpine*, Adam Ingram*, Chic Brodie*, Graeme Dey*, Rob Gibson*, Mike MacKenzie*, Kevin Stewart*, Nanette Milne*, Nigel Don*, Roderick Campbell*, Bill Kidd*

*S4M-12130 Neil Findlay: Fauldhouse History Group—That the Parliament congratulates the Fauldhouse History Group on its project and display that highlighted the experiences of the people of the village during the First World War; notes that the research for the project was carried out by a group of local volunteers; understands that it listed the names of the more than 500 men who served during the war and paid tribute to the 120 who were killed while serving the country, and looks forward to the group’s future projects and what it believes will be its continued success.

Supported by: Hanzala Malik*, Patricia Ferguson*, Jackie Baillie*, David Stewart*, Anne McTaggart*, Cara Hilton*, Drew Smith*, Kevin Stewart*, Nigel Don*, Bill Kidd*

*S4M-12129 Bob Doris: Maryhill Integration Network—That the Parliament commends the Maryhill Integration Network (mIN) on its community building and bonding efforts; welcomes mIN’s educational, cultural, and social projects that aim to enrich communities across north Glasgow; understands that, among the many quality activities it organises are English for speakers of other languages (ESOL) classes, a women’s group, a creative writing group, parent and toddler music classes, outreach work in schools, music, dance and theatre production; draws attention to mIN’s Children’s New Year Party 2015, which will be held on 23 January, and wishes it every success with this and its other future endeavours.

Supported by: Hanzala Malik*, Patricia Ferguson*, Jackie Baillie*, Stuart McMillan*, Joan McAlpine*, Anne McTaggart*, Mike MacKenzie*, Drew Smith*, Adam Ingram*, Rob Gibson*, Christina McKelvie*, Kevin Stewart*, Nigel Don*, Roderick Campbell*, Bill Kidd*

*S4M-12128 Bob Doris: West of Scotland Tartan Army—That the Parliament thanks the West of Scotland Tartan Army (WESTA) for its £300 donation to North Kelvin Utd, part of the North Glasgow Football Development Group (NGFDG); recognises the efforts of the NGFDG to bring together young people from all backgrounds and ethnicity in the Maryhill area who love football; notes that this donation will enable North Kelvin Utd to pay for its under-11s football kit for the year ahead; wishes North Kelvin Utd a great season, and sincerely thanks WESTA for its contribution, helping young people in Maryhill to be physically active and play football.

Supported by: Liz Smith*, Hanzala Malik*, Joan McAlpine*, Mike MacKenzie*, Adam Ingram*, Rob Gibson*, Christian Allard*, Kevin Stewart*, Nigel Don*, Roderick Campbell*, George Adam*, Bill Kidd*

*S4M-12127 Colin Beattie: Queen Margaret University Moves up the Rankings—That the Parliament congratulates Queen Margaret University on moving up 49 places in the Times Higher Education’s Research Excellence Framework 2014 rankings compared with the 2008 Research Assessment Exercise (RAE), with the publication singling out the university as a "notable riser" in the rankings; notes particularly its success in speech and language sciences, where it is now placed second in the UK and first in Scotland for the proportion of its research being classed as internationally excellent or world leading, and considers that this success reflects the significance and value of Scotland’s post-92 university sector in delivering research excellence, particularly in sustaining policy and practice-informing research that makes an impact globally.

Supported by: Joan McAlpine*, Christian Allard*, Iain Gray*, Nigel Don*, Kenneth Gibson*, Graeme Dey*, Rob Gibson*, Adam Ingram*, Kevin Stewart*, Chic Brodie*

*S4M-12126 Graeme Dey: Retirement of Sandy Watson, Chairman of NHS Tayside—That the Parliament recognises the work of Sandy Watson, the chairman of NHS Tayside, who has recently announced his intention to retire at the end of May 2015; believes that Mr Watson has dedicated his career of 48 years to public service, working firstly as a teacher and subsequently as the Director of Education at Tayside Regional Council and then Chief Executive of both Tayside Regional Council and Angus Council before being appointed a member of NHS Tayside’s board in 2005 and then taking on his current post in 2007; is of the view that Mr Watson has made a huge contribution to NHS Tayside during his near decade serving on the board, and wishes him well for his retirement.

Supported by: Jackie Baillie*, Hugh Henry*, Joan McAlpine*, Chic Brodie*, Richard Simpson*, Mike MacKenzie*, Adam Ingram*, Rob Gibson*, Murdo Fraser*, Michael Russell*, Kevin Stewart*, Nigel Don*, Roderick Campbell*, Jamie McGrigor*

*S4M-12125 Tavish Scott: Congratulations to Frankie’s Fish & Chips, the Best in the UK—That the Parliament congratulates everyone at Frankie’s Fish & Chips, which is in Brae, Shetland, on winning both the Independent Takeaway Fish and Chip Shop of the Year and the Good Catch Award for Sustainability at the 2015 National Fish and Chips Awards in London, at which it was named the best fish and chip shop in the UK; considers this a prestigious event and notes that the shop’s manager, John Gold, owner, Valerie Johnson, and shift manager, Carlyn Kearney, were presented with the awards at a ceremony that was hosted by the BBC food and drink presenter, Nigel Barden; further notes that these awards are the latest addition to the many that it has received in recent years, including being voted the best fish and chip shop in Scotland for the past two years running and finishing second overall in the UK in 2014; believes that this is recognition of the very high standard of service at Frankie’s and the consistently high quality of its seafood produce; notes that this produce has been accredited as sustainably caught or harvested by the Marine Stewardship Council; believes that this is a tremendous achievement, which demonstrates that Shetland has some of the finest seafood in the world; congratulates all of the staff on the effort and hard work needed for Frankie’s to be recognised as the best in the country, and believes that Shetland can be proud of them.

Supported by: Hugh Henry*, Margaret Mitchell*, Jim Hume*, Jamie McGrigor*, Mary Scanlon*, Nanette Milne*, John Finnie*, Liz Smith*, Anne McTaggart*, Mike MacKenzie*

*S4M-12124 Kenneth Gibson: Glasgow University Charity Fashion Show—That the Parliament acknowledges the premiere of the Glasgow University Charity Fashion Show (GUCFS), which will take place at the university’s Hunter Halls on 21 February 2015 with tickets priced from £25 to £40; applauds the efforts of the organisers to raise £30,000 for the Beatson Pebble Appeal, which is a charity that aims to improve the lives of thousands of people living with cancer through treatment and support; thanks the sponsors, which include Morgan Stanley, Tennents, Jaguar and Red Bull, on their efforts to assist the GUCFS by committing time and funding, and wishes the students success with the show.

Supported by: Patricia Ferguson*, Joan McAlpine*, Rob Gibson*, Adam Ingram*, Mike MacKenzie*, Kevin Stewart*, Hanzala Malik*, Nigel Don*

*S4M-12123 Kevin Stewart: 800th Anniversary of the Burgesses of Guild of Aberdeen—That the Parliament congratulates the Burgesses of Guild of Aberdeen on the 800th anniversary of the charter granted to the Burgesses of Aberdeen by King Alexander II; understands that, although the earliest records refer to the burgesses in the 12th century, it is the Alexander II charter that conferred further powers on the burgesses to form a guild; further understands that, from the time of the charter, Aberdeen’s Burgesses of Guild have remained an integral part of the council in Aberdeen, upholding the town’s laws and customs and have even been called on to defend the Royal Burgh; recognises that, in the 15th century, Burgess Robert Davidson was an active member of council and well-connected socially and, though he was a known rogue and in all probability involved in the piracy of the cargo of the Thomas from Dick Whittington, he is primarily known for his actions in raising an army including burgesses to face the invading forces of Donald, Lord of the Isles, on the field of “Red Harlaw” in July 1411 and, although Aberdeen’s forces prevailed, Provost Davidson died defending his town; further notes that, when the city came under attack again in the 16th century, prior to the elections of 1525, Aberdeen’s council resolved that none of the prominent gentry of the countryside were to hold any influence over the course of the ballot and that, on the night before the election, the town was attacked by 80 armed men led by Alexander Seton of Meldrum, John Leslie of Wardis, William Leslie of Balquhain, their servants and families, all connected by blood or marriage to Provost Collison; believes that the attackers were determined but were eventually forced into retreat after having inflicted heavy casualties on the Burgess Guild brethren in the town and, as punishment, Collison’s tacks of lands and fishings were not extended and the blame for “murther, slauchter, mutilatoun, and hurting” was laid at his feet; acknowledges that, during the Jacobite campaign of 1745-46, Aberdeen was occupied by Sir John Cope’s government troops and, after they left the city, taking all the arms and munitions, a rebel council was elected and started to raise support for the Jacobites until February 1746, when the Duke of Cumberland marched into the city and ousted the rebel council; notes that Burgess Guild records in the charter room of Aberdeen Town House show Cumberland’s appointment as a burgess and, on the opposite page, those Jacobites who were made burgesses are deleted; recognises that what it considers the illustrious history of the Burgesses of Guild of Aberdeen will be honoured at a dinner marking the 800th anniversary of the Alexander II Royal Charter on 27 February 2015, and wishes the burgesses all the best for the centuries to come. R

*S4M-12122 Jackie Baillie: Helensburgh and Lomond Residents Recognised in New Year’s Honours List—That the Parliament congratulates the Helensburgh and Lomond residents, Tammie Graham and Dr David Troup, on being recognised in the New Year’s Honours List 2015; notes that Tammie Graham, a family support worker and administrator for the Ministry of Defence, was appointed an MBE for her services to Royal Marines’ personnel and their families; understands that Tammie, from Rhu, provided round-the-clock support to 45 Commando Royal Marines in Arbroath from 2007 to 2014 and helped their families deal with a number of issues, including housing and healthcare, while they were on duty in Afghanistan; further notes that Dr David Troup, a GP at Arrochar Surgery, was appointed an MBE for services to health care in Argyll and Bute; acknowledges that members of staff joined 12 patients in nominating Dr Troup for the award in recognition of his 32 years of service to his patients in Arrochar, Tarbet and Succoth; sends its best wishes to both Tammie Graham and Dr Troup, and wishes them every success for the future.

Supported by: Hanzala Malik*, Jamie McGrigor*, Patricia Ferguson*, Bill Kidd*, David Stewart*, Nanette Milne*, Liz Smith*, Anne McTaggart*

*S4M-12121 Mark McDonald: Launch of the Aaron Williams Football Tournament—That the Parliament welcomes the launch of the annual Aaron Williams Football Tournament at Pittodrie Stadium; understands that the event, which is now in its third year, is being organised in memory of Aaron Williams, who died from melanoma skin cancer in 2011; notes that all funds raised from the event are to be donated to Friends of Anchor and Cash for Kids; further understands that Police Scotland Youth Volunteers, tournament ambassador, Joey Harper, and sponsors including Evolve, Northsound Radio and AFC Community Trust were involved in the launch; further notes that the tournament will run from 6 to 25 July 2015 and will be open to all age groups; believes that support from officers in community policing teams across Aberdeen city and shire will allow the event to provide diversionary activities for young people during the summer, and hopes that the event is a success and allows everyone who is interested the opportunity to play football while raising money for charity.

Supported by: Kenneth Gibson*, Nanette Milne*, Roderick Campbell*, Bill Kidd*, Nigel Don*, Hanzala Malik*, Angus MacDonald*, Colin Beattie*, Stuart McMillan*, Mike MacKenzie*, Gordon MacDonald*, Richard Lyle*, Rob Gibson*, Graeme Dey*, George Adam*, Joan McAlpine*, Gil Paterson*, Christian Allard*, Chic Brodie*, Adam Ingram*, Dennis Robertson*

S4M-12120 Shona Robison: 2020 Vision, the Strategic Forward Direction of the NHS—That the Parliament is committed to ensuring that Scotland’s NHS remains in public hands and free at the point of need; recognises that Scotland’s caring services face challenges common across the developed world, including those derived from an ageing population, changing demands of service provision and increased costs associated with new medicines and technologies; supports the achievements that quality improvement programmes have made, such as the Scottish Patient Safety Programme and the Early Years Collaborative, and the importance of sustaining and spreading these achievements; agrees that the 2020 vision’s strategy for integrated health and social care is key to ensuring sustainable caring services long into the future; commends the contribution of NHS and social care staff in caring for Scotland and in seeking to achieve the aims of the 2020 vision; believes that the contribution of staff, stakeholders and users of the country’s caring services will be vital to the development and implementation of delivery plans for the short and long term that meet the aims of the 2020 vision, and welcomes the recent additional investments in Scotland’s NHS, including a further £100 million over three years to address delays in discharge and support people to remain at home or in a homely setting for as long as possible.

Supported by: Jamie Hepburn, Maureen Watt

*S4M-12120.1 Jenny Marra: 2020 Vision, the Strategic Forward Direction of the NHS—As an amendment to motion S4M-12120 in the name of Shona Robison (2020 Vision, the Strategic Forward Direction of the NHS), insert at end “; notes that the NHS staff survey reported that 75% of Scotland’s nurses think that there are not enough of them to do the work; welcomes Scottish Labour’s commitment to fund 1,000 extra NHS nurses from a UK-wide mansion tax, and believes that patients would benefit from a ‘frontline fund’ to allow hospitals to free up capacity during evenings and weekends for a modern health service.”

Motions and amendments which have attracted additional support

S4M-12119 John Paul Academy’s Public Speakers ­(lodged on 20 January 2015) Hanzala Malik*, Drew Smith*, Stuart McMillan*, Anne McTaggart*, Jackie Baillie*

S4M-12118 Elmvale Primary’s Sensory Garden ­(lodged on 20 January 2015) Hanzala Malik*, Margaret McCulloch*, Jackie Baillie*, Drew Smith*, David Stewart*, Nanette Milne*, Liz Smith*, Margaret Mitchell*, Anne McTaggart*, Mike MacKenzie*, Adam Ingram*, Kevin Stewart*, Bill Kidd*

S4M-12117 Aberdeen City Council Should Rethink the Marischal Square Development ­(lodged on 20 January 2015) Bill Kidd*, Kenneth Gibson*, Hanzala Malik*, Christian Allard*, Colin Beattie*, Stuart McMillan*, Mike MacKenzie*, Gordon MacDonald*, Rob Gibson*, Graeme Dey*, Joan McAlpine*, Gil Paterson*, Adam Ingram*, Dennis Robertson*

S4M-12116 Frankie’s Fish & Chips Nets Good Catch Award ­(lodged on 20 January 2015) Roderick Campbell*, Hanzala Malik*, Angus MacDonald*, Colin Beattie*, Stuart McMillan*, Rob Gibson*, John Pentland*, Joan McAlpine*, Jamie McGrigor*, Chic Brodie*, John Finnie*, Adam Ingram*, Dennis Robertson*

S4M-12115 Good Luck to the Scotland Rugby Squad ­(lodged on 20 January 2015) Margaret Mitchell*, Angus MacDonald*, Colin Beattie*, John Scott*, Dennis Robertson*

S4M-12114 Congratulations to Dundee and Angus College ­(lodged on 20 January 2015) Nigel Don*, Angus MacDonald*, Colin Beattie*, Gordon MacDonald*, Rob Gibson*, Christian Allard*, Dennis Robertson*

S4M-12112 Health in Mind Receives £1,792 from Big Lottery Fund ­(lodged on 20 January 2015) Angus MacDonald*, Dennis Robertson*

S4M-12111 NoMorePage 3 Victory ­(lodged on 20 January 2015) Anne McTaggart*, Nigel Don*, Angus MacDonald*, Neil Findlay*, Claudia Beamish*, Gil Paterson*, Jayne Baxter*

S4M-12109 St Brycedale Church Playgroup Receives Funding ­(lodged on 20 January 2015) Angus MacDonald*

S4M-12103 Racism on the Rise in Glasgow’s Schools ­(lodged on 20 January 2015) Neil Findlay*, Jackson Carlaw*

S4M-12102 10 Years of the Breastfeeding etc. (Scotland) Act ­(lodged on 20 January 2015) Kenneth Gibson*, Nigel Don*, Graeme Dey*, Claudia Beamish*, Jackson Carlaw*, Gil Paterson*

S4M-12100 Anti-Semitism ­(lodged on 19 January 2015) Jean Urquhart*, Angus MacDonald*, Gil Paterson*, John Finnie*

S4M-12099 USC Dundonald ­(lodged on 19 January 2015) Jean Urquhart*, John Finnie*

S4M-12097 Peace in Nigeria and Cameroon ­(lodged on 19 January 2015) Jean Urquhart*, Angus MacDonald*, Gil Paterson*, John Finnie*

S4M-12094 Whitehill Welfare FC Awarded £1,190 from Big Lottery Fund ­(lodged on 19 January 2015) Angus MacDonald*

S4M-12093 Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland’s Outstanding Support for Survivors ­(lodged on 19 January 2015) Nigel Don*, Jean Urquhart*, Angus MacDonald*, Gil Paterson*

S4M-12090 Record Number of Scots Relied on Foodbanks ­(lodged on 19 January 2015) Nigel Don*, Gil Paterson*, Christine Grahame*

S4M-12089 Je suis Raif Badawi ­(lodged on 16 January 2015) Nigel Don*, Gil Paterson*, John Finnie*

S4M-12088 Commemorating the Life of Mary Slessor ­(lodged on 16 January 2015) Nigel Don*, Jenny Marra*, Angus MacDonald*, Gil Paterson*

S4M-12087 Glasgow Pride 2015 ­(lodged on 16 January 2015) Gil Paterson*

S4M-12086 USC Workforce Dundonald ­(lodged on 16 January 2015) Mark McDonald*, Angus MacDonald*, Gil Paterson*, John Finnie*

S4M-12085 Raif Badawi ­(lodged on 16 January 2015) Nigel Don*, Gil Paterson*, John Finnie*

S4M-12084 Welcoming a More Energy Efficient Retail Sector ­(lodged on 16 January 2015) Nigel Don*, Jean Urquhart*, Gil Paterson*

S4M-12083 Glasgow’s Charitable Efforts in Wake of Tragedy ­(lodged on 16 January 2015) Roderick Campbell*, Nigel Don*, Gil Paterson*, Dennis Robertson*

S4M-12081 In Memory of Professor Ailsa McKay ­(lodged on 15 January 2015) Nigel Don*

S4M-12079 Euan MacDonald Centre Research on Motor Neurone Disease (lodged on 15 January 2015) Nigel Don*

S4M-12078 100 Years of Langside Library ­(lodged on 15 January 2015) Nigel Don*

S4M-12077 Orkney Port Set for Record Year ­(lodged on 15 January 2015) Nigel Don*, John Finnie*

S4M-12076 Murray Bakers of Perth Takes World Scotch Pie Title ­(lodged on 15 January 2015) Margaret Mitchell*

S4M-12074 Emergency Service Staff and those Involved in the Transport Network ­(lodged on 15 January 2015) John Finnie*

S4M-12072 75th Anniversary of Citizens Advice Edinburgh ­(lodged on 15 January 2015) Nigel Don*

S4M-12068 Scottish Youth Parliament ­(lodged on 14 January 2015) John Finnie*

S4M-12065 Inksters Innovative Tweets ­(lodged on 14 January 2015) John Finnie*

S4M-12064 Welcoming Bucksburn Academy’s Tobacco Policy ­(lodged on 14 January 2015) John Finnie*

S4M-12063 Get on Your Bike for the Children of Gaza ­(lodged on 14 January 2015) John Finnie*

S4M-12061 Congratulating the Connect Project ­(lodged on 14 January 2015) John Finnie*

S4M-12058 Congratulating SSE Hydro ­(lodged on 13 January 2015) Nigel Don*

S4M-12044 Congratulations Home Start Orkney ­(lodged on 12 January 2015) John Finnie*

S4M-12036 Metal Theft is not Victimless ­(lodged on 12 January 2015) Nigel Don*

S4M-12023 Skytrac Catering Staff Sacked ­(lodged on 09 January 2015) Ken Macintosh*

S4M-12015 Horrific Attacks in Paris ­(lodged on 08 January 2015) Nigel Don*

S4M-11931 John Muir Trust Wins Outdoor Campaigner of the Year ­(lodged on 17 December 2014) Sandra White*

S4M-11796 Educational Psychologists Numbers at Dangerously Low Levels in Scotland ­(lodged on 03 December 2014) Malcolm Chisholm*

S4M-11626 Learned Societies Group on Scottish Science Education Report (lodged on 20 November 2014) Drew Smith*

S4M-11190 Hepatitis C ­(lodged on 13 October 2014) Malcolm Chisholm*

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