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 A motion or amendment is live if it has not been debated, withdrawn or otherwise deleted from the list.

Where a motion or amendment has been withdrawn, it is indicated in this section the day after it has been withdrawn.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-12183 Joe FitzPatrick on behalf of the Parliamentary Bureau: Suspension of Standing Orders—That the Parliament agrees that, for the purpose of consideration of the Community Charge Debt (Scotland) Bill:

(a) Rule 9.5.3A and Rule 9.5.3B of Standing Orders be suspended; and

(b) in Rule 9.10.2, the words “except on a final lodging-day, when amendments may be lodged only until 12:00” be suspended.

*S4M-12182 Nicola Sturgeon: The Chilcot Inquiry—That the Parliament calls for Sir John Chilcot’s official inquiry into the invasion of Iraq in 2003 and the subsequent war to publish its findings and all evidence ahead of the UK general election; acknowledges that the Iraq war resulted in the deaths of 179 UK service personnel and hundreds of thousands of Iraqi civilians; notes that the cost to taxpayers of the war is estimated at £9.6 billion, and believes that, six years after the inquiry was established and three years after hearings concluded, it is in the interests of transparency, accountability and democracy that the report is published as soon as possible and that any further delay in publication is completely unjustifiable.

Supported by: Keith Brown* John Swinney*

*S4M-12180 Anne McTaggart: Commonwealth Games-related Contract Boost for Glasgow’s Economy—That the Parliament welcomes the announcement that many Glasgow-based businesses won contracts associated with staging the 2014 Commonwealth Games; notes that more than £669 million in Tier 1 Games-related contracts were awarded, with companies and organisations from the city winning over £423 million worth, and that Scotland-based firms won £510 million in total; welcomes what it considers the significant economic boost not only for Glasgow but for all of the Scottish economy that these contracts have brought; believes that they will bring a lasting benefit to Glasgow’s people, businesses and organisations, and commends everyone who was involved in organising what it believes was a fantastic sporting and cultural festival that showed Glasgow at its very best.

Supported by: David Torrance*, Bill Kidd*, Graeme Dey*, John Mason*

*S4M-12179 Paul Martin: Lesson in Law at Lochend Community High School—That the Parliament notes that Lochend Community High School has taken part in the Law Society of Scotland’s pilot programme, Street Law; understands that Street Law is a new form of public legal education, which sees trained law students teach weekly classes in schools as part of the curriculum; considers that Street Law is a highly participatory, interactive way of teaching law to school pupils in a way that makes the subject relevant to them, and believes that this is a hugely effective way of helping to ensure that young people better understand the law, how to access the law, and their place in the legal system.

Supported by: Hugh Henry*, David Torrance*, Anne McTaggart*, Hanzala Malik*, David Stewart*, Patricia Ferguson*, Margaret McCulloch*

*S4M-12178 Christina McKelvie: Families Like Us—That the Parliament congratulates Families Like Us, which is based in Larkhall in South Lanarkshire, on receiving a £9,996 grant from the Communities and Family Fund, which is supported by the Scottish Government and the Big Lottery Fund and aims to improve early learning, health and wellbeing for children under eight; understands that Families Like Us provides support for lone parent families and unemployed parents; further understands that the grant will be used to open a “family like us café” where parents will attend workshops on how to find employment, build their confidence and learn to eat healthily; notes that Lesley Robertson, founder of Families Like Us, said that the charity was delighted to have been awarded, and hopes that this grant will help it to achieve its goals.

Supported by: Bill Kidd*, David Torrance*, Dennis Robertson*, Joan McAlpine*, Cara Hilton*, Margaret McCulloch*, Chic Brodie*

*S4M-12177 Graeme Dey: Eassie Primary School Parent Council—That the Parliament congratulates Eassie Primary School Parent Council on being awarded £2,049 from the Communities and Family Fund to set up a library in the school that will be available not just for pupils but for the community as well and believes that this is an excellent example of a school seeking to play a part in its community.

Supported by: Stuart McMillan*, David Torrance*, Nanette Milne*, Dennis Robertson*, Chic Brodie*, Joan McAlpine*, Adam Ingram*, Kevin Stewart*, Bill Kidd*, Nigel Don*, Margaret McCulloch*

*S4M-12176 John Swinney: Community Charge Debt (Scotland) Bill—That the Parliament agrees to the general principles of the Community Charge Debt (Scotland) Bill.

Supported by: Marco Biagi*, Alex Neil*

*S4M-12174 Bill Kidd: Knightswood Secondary School Dances away with Excellent Report—That the Parliament congratulates Knightswood Secondary School on what it considers an outstanding report from Education Scotland and the Care Inspectorate, which recognised the quality of learning and achievements at the school; notes that the secondary school, Dance School of Scotland and residential accommodation at Dalrymple Hall were assessed in the inspection; understands that the investigation concluded that young people learn and achieve well at Knightswood Secondary School, with the quality of young people’s learning in the Dance School of Scotland being categorised as outstanding; recognises that students were praised in the report for their efforts in building a sense of community throughout the school; further notes that the school was recognised for innovative practice, which Glasgow City Council wants to share more widely, and wishes all students and staff at the Knightswood Secondary School continued success for the future.

Supported by: Stuart McMillan*, Richard Lyle*, Dennis Robertson*, Chic Brodie*, Joan McAlpine*, David Torrance*, John Pentland* R, Rob Gibson*, Adam Ingram*, Kevin Stewart*, Nigel Don*

*S4M-12173 Paul Martin: Congratulations to Balornock East Residents Association—That the Parliament congratulates Balornock East Residents Association on receiving £9,433 from the Communities and Families Fund; understands that the group will use the grant to support families with pre-school children by appointing a Families and Children Project Worker; further understands that the project worker will develop a programme of weekly activities and signpost families to support services and provide advocacy in crisis situations, and believes that this appointment will help to improve the health and wellbeing of young children in the community by providing their families with additional support.

Supported by: Drew Smith*, Patricia Ferguson*, Margaret McCulloch*, Bill Kidd*, James Kelly*, Anne McTaggart*, Hanzala Malik*, Cara Hilton*, Dennis Robertson*, Colin Beattie*, Richard Lyle*, Kevin Stewart*, David Torrance*

*S4M-12172 Paul Martin: Congratulations to Culture and Sport Glasgow—That the Parliament congratulates Culture and Sport Glasgow on receiving £9,420 from the Communities and Families Fund; understands that the group will use the grant to run a number of forest school and natural play sessions in the grounds of Cranhill Community Centre and at Cranhill Park, benefitting over 100 children and their parents; further understands that the group will also host a community nature day and run outdoor play training sessions for centre staff and parents, and welcomes efforts to keep children active while helping them to develop an appreciation for nature.

Supported by: Drew Smith*, Patricia Ferguson*, Margaret McCulloch*, Bill Kidd*, James Kelly*, Anne McTaggart*, Hanzala Malik*, Dennis Robertson*, Colin Beattie*, Richard Lyle*, Kevin Stewart*

*S4M-12171 John Swinney: Community Charge Debt (Scotland) Bill: Financial Resolution—That the Parliament, for the purposes of any Act of the Scottish Parliament resulting from the Community Charge Debt (Scotland) Bill, agrees to any expenditure of a kind referred to in Rule 9.12.3(b) of the Parliament’s Standing Orders arising in consequence of the Act.

*S4M-12170 David Torrance: Toll Centre Supported by Communities and Family Fund—That the Parliament welcomes the success of the Toll Centre in Burntisland in receiving £8,582 from the Big Lottery’s Communities and Family Fund; notes that the Toll Centre is a community centre owned by the people living in Burntisland, which aims to support children and young people; understands that the grant will serve to create additional services, including art classes, zoolab sessions, discos and family fun days as well as by installing a children’s toilet, which will be accessible from the playground; recognises the continued effort and commitment by the Burntisland community to maintain and constantly improve the facilities at the Toll Centre, which, it considers, forms a vital part of community life in the area, and wishes everyone involved the best of luck in all future endeavours.

Supported by: Liz Smith*, Joan McAlpine*, Graeme Dey*, Bill Kidd*, Colin Beattie*, Dennis Robertson*, Rob Gibson*, Adam Ingram*, Richard Lyle*, Kevin Stewart*, Mike MacKenzie*

*S4M-12169 David Torrance: Sustainable Communities Initiatives Receives Funding—That the Parliament congratulates the Sustainable Communities Initiatives (SCI) in Kinghorn on receiving £9,860 from the Big Lottery’s Communities and Family Fund; notes that SCI is a grassroots organisation promoting social and environmental sustainability in communities; recognises that, over the last 10 years, the charity has initiated a vast number of projects, ranging from teaching community members on sustainable building methods to offering workshops on how to live an environmentally-friendly lifestyle; understands that these focus groups and seminars foster the development of new and useful skills, enable participants to explore the surrounding area and strengthen community cohesion; further understands that the grant will be invested in workshops for less advantaged families that will involve storytelling, nature connection games, healthy snacks and arts and crafts sessions using natural materials; welcomes what it considers the dedicated and invaluable work accomplished by SCI in making a vital contribution to creating a sustainable future for following generations, and wishes SCI and its staff great success for their upcoming projects.

Supported by: Joan McAlpine*, Graeme Dey*, Stuart McMillan*, Bill Kidd*, Liz Smith*, Chic Brodie*, Roderick Campbell*, Colin Beattie*, Dennis Robertson*, Rob Gibson*, Adam Ingram*, Richard Lyle*, Kevin Stewart*, Mike MacKenzie*

*S4M-12168 Joe FitzPatrick on behalf of the Parliamentary Bureau: Local Government Finance (Scotland) Order 2015 [draft]—That the Parliament agrees that the Local Government Finance (Scotland) Order 2015 [draft] be considered by the Parliament.

*S4M-12167 Alison Johnstone: Suspend Licensing for Fracking in Scotland—That the Parliament notes the proposals to devolve onshore oil and gas licensing; understands that the 14th licensing round for onshore oil and gas extraction covered large areas of central Scotland; welcomes the recent comments from SNP and Scottish Labour politicians indicating what it sees as their clear opposition to the issuing of licences for fracking and other unconventional gas developments prior to the power to do so being devolved; believes that there is overwhelming opposition in the Parliament to these licences and that if they were issued by the UK Government it would render the additional power worthless and demonstrate contempt for the Smith Commission process, and urges the UK Government to suspend the process until the power to issue these licences is devolved.

Supported by: Joan McAlpine*, Malcolm Chisholm*, John Mason*, John Finnie*, Jean Urquhart*, Patrick Harvie*, Anne McTaggart*, John Wilson*

*S4M-12166 Joe FitzPatrick on behalf of the Parliamentary Bureau: Business Motion—That the Parliament agrees that consideration of the Welfare Funds (Scotland) Bill at stage 2 be completed by 30 January 2015.

*S4M-12165 Joe FitzPatrick on behalf of the Parliamentary Bureau: Business Motion—That the Parliament agrees the following programme of business—

Tuesday 3 February 2015

2.00 pm Time for Reflection

followed by Parliamentary Bureau Motions

followed by Topical Questions (if selected)

followed by Stage 1 Debate: Community Empowerment (Scotland) Bill

followed by Financial Resolution: Community Empowerment (Scotland) Bill

followed by Business Motions

followed by Parliamentary Bureau Motions

5.00 pm Decision Time

followed by Members’ Business

Wednesday 4 February 2015

2.00 pm Parliamentary Bureau Motions

2.00 pm Portfolio Questions

Social Justice, Communities and Pensioners’ Rights;
Fair Work, Skills and Training

followed by Stage 3 Proceedings: Budget (Scotland) (No. 4) Bill

followed by Business Motions

followed by Parliamentary Bureau Motions

5.00 pm Decision Time

followed by Members’ Business

Thursday 5 February 2015

11.40 am Parliamentary Bureau Motions

11.40 am General Questions

12.00 pm First Minister’s Questions

followed by Members’ Business

2.30 pm Parliamentary Bureau Motions

followed by Scottish Government Debate: Local Government Finance (Scotland) Order 2015-16 [draft]

followed by Scottish Government Debate: Working in Partnership to End the Practice of Female Genital Mutilation

followed by Business Motions

followed by Parliamentary Bureau Motions

5.00 pm Decision Time

Tuesday 17 February 2015

2.00 pm Time for Reflection

followed by Parliamentary Bureau Motions

followed by Topical Questions (if selected)

followed by Scottish Government Business

followed by Business Motions

followed by Parliamentary Bureau Motions

5.00 pm Decision Time

followed by Members’ Business

Wednesday 18 February 2015

2.00 pm Parliamentary Bureau Motions

2.00 pm Portfolio Questions

Finance, Constitution and Economy

followed by Scottish Government Business

followed by Business Motions

followed by Parliamentary Bureau Motions

5.00 pm Decision Time

followed by Members’ Business

Thursday 19 February 2015

11.40 am Parliamentary Bureau Motions

11.40 am General Questions

12.00 pm First Minister’s Questions

followed by Members’ Business

2.30 pm Parliamentary Bureau Motions

followed by Stage 3 Proceedings: Community Charge Debt (Scotland) Bill

followed by Business Motions

followed by Parliamentary Bureau Motions

5.00 pm Decision Time

*S4M-12164 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) Wednesday 28 January 2015

after

followed by Portfolio Questions

Education and Lifelong Learning

insert

followed by Ministerial Statement: Unconventional Oil and Gas

delete

5.00 pm Decision Time

and insert

5.30 pm Decision Time

(b) Thursday 29 January 2015

after

followed by Stage 1 Debate: Community Charge Debt (Scotland) Bill

insert

followed by Financial Resolution: Community Charge Debt (Scotland) Bill

*S4M-12163♦ Mike MacKenzie: Average Speed Cameras on the A9—That the Parliament welcomes the recently published performance data regarding the average speed cameras on the A9, which suggests that, since the cameras were introduced, the number of drivers speeding has reduced from around one in three to one in 20 and that examples of excessive speeding are down by 97%; understands that there is no evidence of drivers taking diversions or using so-called rat runs to avoid the cameras; believes that their introduction has resulted in an increase in journey time reliability to and from Inverness, and considers that both the cameras and the HGV speed limit pilot on the A9, which have been put in place ahead of the dualling of the road, have been a success and have led to more responsible and safer motoring.

Supported by: David Torrance*, Joan McAlpine*, Dave Thompson*, Bill Kidd*, Kenny MacAskill*, Adam Ingram*, John Finnie*, Graeme Dey*, Kenneth Gibson*, John Mason*, Stewart Stevenson*, Roderick Campbell*, Chic Brodie*, Colin Beattie*, Dennis Robertson*, Nigel Don*, Rob Gibson*, Richard Lyle*, Kevin Stewart*, Christina McKelvie*

*S4M-12161 Joan McAlpine: Bridging the Gap, Young Adult Carers in Scotland—That the Parliament acknowledges the launch on 29 January 2015 of Bridging the Gap: Young Adult Carers in Scotland, a report by Carers Trust Scotland; notes the finding that young adult carers remain hidden and consequently are not always recognised by health and social care professionals as undertaking a caring role; notes that young adult carers do not always have a choice about their situation but raising awareness of their experiences and the challenges that they face can ensure that they have a fair chance to reach their full potential; understands that a quarter of young adult carers in school have experienced bullying because of their caring role and that young adult carers are four times more likely to drop out of college or university than students who were not, and believes that every effort should be made to ensure that the specific needs of young adult carers are recognised and that they receive all the support that they require.

Supported by: Bill Kidd*, Cara Hilton*, Rob Gibson*, Adam Ingram*, Drew Smith*, Graeme Dey*, Jim Hume*, Chic Brodie*, Kenneth Gibson*, John Mason*, Anne McTaggart*, Colin Beattie*, Dennis Robertson*, Nigel Don*, Neil Findlay*, David Torrance*, Mike MacKenzie*, Christina McKelvie*, Kevin Stewart*, Alison McInnes*

S4M-12160 Kezia Dugdale: Women Offenders—That the Parliament welcomes the decision of the Scottish Government to abandon its previously published plans for a large-scale women’s prison; congratulates the coalition of views that helped to bring about this decision; believes that the report produced by the Commission on Women Offenders led by Dame Elish Angiolini provides a clear roadmap for a different approach to women offending; believes that adequate and sustained funding is needed for community-based alternatives to imprisonment, and calls for full cross-party and wider stakeholder support and engagement in the debate and delivery of the commission’s recommendations.

Supported by: Hugh Henry*

*S4M-12160.3 Margaret Mitchell: Women Offenders—As an amendment to motion S4M-12160 in the name of Kezia Dugdale (Women Offenders), leave out from "welcomes" to end and insert "notes the decision of the Scottish Government to reverse its previously published plans for a female prison in Inverclyde; seeks clarity about the proposals for the new prison together with an explanation as to why this decision was taken so late in the day; further seeks information relating to the financial ramifications of the decision, and believes that the report produced by the Commission on Women Offenders led by Dame Elish Angiolini has constructive proposals for dealing with women offenders."

*S4M-12160.2 Michael Matheson: Women Offenders—As an amendment to motion S4M-12160 in the name of Kezia Dugdale (Women Offenders), leave out from “to abandon” to end and insert “not to proceed with the plans for HMP Inverclyde as a prison for women; agrees that Scotland needs to take a more radical, ambitious and sophisticated approach in the way in which it deals with female offenders; welcomes the Scottish Government’s commitment to enter into dialogue with all interested parties to develop a modern and progressive response to women who offend in Scotland, and agrees with the view of the Commission on Women Offenders that it is imperative that mainstream service providers, such as health, education and housing work, recognise their responsibilities and work collaboratively with each other and with criminal justice partners to facilitate the provision of all necessary services to women offenders.”

Supported by: Paul Wheelhouse*

*S4M-12160.1 Alison McInnes: Women Offenders—As an amendment to motion S4M-12160 in the name of Kezia Dugdale (Women Offenders), after "women offending" insert "; considers that further judicial training, greater judicial diversity and the establishment of a Scottish sentencing council would help ensure that sentencing is focused on rehabilitation and addresses the specific needs of women offenders".

*S4M-12157# Graeme Dey: Earth Hour 2015—That the Parliament supports WWF’s Earth Hour 2015; celebrates the many individuals, families, communities, organisations and landmarks across Scotland, including the Scottish Parliament, that will be participating by switching their lights off for an hour at 8.30pm on 28 March; congratulates all of the local authorities participating in Earth Hour 2015, particularly Angus Council, which has been awarded one of WWF Scotland’s Super Local Authority badges for its level of participation; considers that Earth Hour has become a moment for people around the world to think about the importance of action to address climate change and protect the planet; notes that Scotland will be one of more than 160 countries, nations and territories around the world that will take part in Earth Hour 2015; understands that this year is an important year for action on climate change, with the 21st session of the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change taking place in Paris in December; welcomes the continued cross-party support for the aims of the Climate Change (Scotland) Act 2009 and would welcome other nations sharing Scotland’s ambitions on tackling climate change, and wishes everyone participating in Earth Hour 2015 every success.

Supported by: Chic Brodie*, Cara Hilton*, Joan McAlpine*, Bill Kidd*, Nanette Milne*, John Mason*, John Finnie*, Bruce Crawford*, Jim Hume*, Jackie Baillie*, Roderick Campbell*, Angus MacDonald*, Colin Beattie*, Dennis Robertson*, Nigel Don*, Liam McArthur*, Neil Findlay*, Rob Gibson*, Adam Ingram*, Kevin Stewart*, David Torrance*, Mike MacKenzie*, Patrick Harvie*, Alison McInnes*

Motions and amendments which have attracted additional support

S4M-12159 Young Apprentices Blazing the Signmaking Trail in East Kilbride and Lanarkshire ­(lodged on 26 January 2015) Stuart McMillan*, Roderick Campbell*, David Torrance*, Bill Kidd*, Joan McAlpine*, Graeme Dey*, Adam Ingram*, Colin Beattie*, Dennis Robertson*, Nigel Don*, Rob Gibson*, Richard Lyle*, Mike MacKenzie*, Christina McKelvie*

S4M-12156 Hamilton Gymnastics Club ­(lodged on 26 January 2015) Rob Gibson*, Adam Ingram*, Richard Lyle*, Mike MacKenzie*, Kevin Stewart*, Colin Beattie*, David Torrance*

S4M-12155 World Leprosy Day ­(lodged on 26 January 2015) Nanette Milne*, Jackie Baillie*, Jamie McGrigor*, Neil Findlay*, Rob Gibson*, Mike MacKenzie*, Kevin Stewart*, Anne McTaggart*, Dennis Robertson*, Hanzala Malik*, Jackson Carlaw*, David Torrance*

S4M-12154.1 Partnership Action for Continuing Employment (PACE) – Supporting Individuals out of Redundancy into Employment ­(lodged on 26 January 2015) Siobhan McMahon*

S4M-12153 St Peter’s Primary School, Hamilton ­(lodged on 26 January 2015) Rob Gibson*, Mike MacKenzie*, Colin Beattie*

S4M-12152 Cervical Cancer Awareness Week ­(lodged on 26 January 2015) John Mason*, Nanette Milne*, John Pentland*, Jamie McGrigor*, Graeme Dey*, Adam Ingram*, Richard Lyle*, Mike MacKenzie*, Kevin Stewart*, Richard Simpson*, Hanzala Malik*, Kenneth Gibson*, Jackson Carlaw*, Lewis Macdonald*, Colin Beattie*, Nigel Don*, David Torrance*, Jackie Baillie*

S4M-12151 Arbroath Ladies’ Lifeboat Guild ­(lodged on 23 January 2015) Colin Beattie*, Alison McInnes*

S4M-12150 Delivery Charges ­(lodged on 23 January 2015) Colin Beattie*, David Torrance*

S4M-12148 Crackdown against Creationism ­(lodged on 23 January 2015) John Finnie*, Alison McInnes*

S4M-12146 The Need for Changing Places Toilets at Glasgow’s Hydro and SECC ­(lodged on 23 January 2015) Dennis Robertson*, Siobhan McMahon*

S4M-12145 Penicuik Jambos Pick up Awards ­(lodged on 23 January 2015) John Finnie*

S4M-12144 British Red Cross Report on Social Mobility Needs ­(lodged on 23 January 2015) Margaret McCulloch*, Hugh Henry*, Hanzala Malik*, Siobhan McMahon*, Patricia Ferguson*, John Pentland*, Anne McTaggart*

S4M-12140 Motor Neurone Disease Scotland ­(lodged on 22 January 2015) Siobhan McMahon*

S4M-12139 Penrose Inquiry Final Report ­(lodged on 22 January 2015) Jackson Carlaw*, Alison McInnes*

S4M-12136 Marie Curie’s 2015 Great Daffodil Appeal ­(lodged on 22 January 2015) Jackson Carlaw*, Siobhan McMahon*

S4M-12135 Increasing Bus Fares Cause for Concern ­(lodged on 21 January 2015) Lewis Macdonald*, Siobhan McMahon*

S4M-12111 NoMorePage 3 Victory ­(lodged on 20 January 2015) Siobhan McMahon*

S4M-12103 Racism on the Rise in Glasgow’s Schools ­(lodged on 20 January 2015) Lewis Macdonald*, Siobhan McMahon*

S4M-12100 Anti-Semitism ­(lodged on 19 January 2015) Siobhan McMahon*

S4M-12097 Peace in Nigeria and Cameroon ­(lodged on 19 January 2015) Jamie McGrigor*

S4M-12093 Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland’s Outstanding Support for Survivors ­(lodged on 19 January 2015) Siobhan McMahon*

S4M-12084 Welcoming a More Energy Efficient Retail Sector ­(lodged on 16 January 2015) Richard Baker*, Margaret McCulloch*

S4M-11995 Holocaust Memorial Day 2015 ­(lodged on 07 January 2015) George Adam*

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

S4M-11720 The Umbrella Company Contract Scam ­(lodged on 27 November 2014) Margaret McCulloch*, Sarah Boyack*

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