Section F: Motions and Amendments

Motions and amendments are usually printed the day after lodging. When an amendment is lodged, then the original motion will be republished alongside it.

Each Monday, this section also contains motions and amendments that have been lodged the previous week and are still live and those 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 A motion or amendment is live if it has not been debated, withdrawn or otherwise deleted.

Support for motions or amendments that have already been published is shown at the end of this section.

Motions and amendments can be published with various symbols:


before the number indicates publication for the first time


around a section of text indicate changes to previously published material


a motion lodged for members’ business that has received the required level of cross-party support

a motion lodged for members’ business that has not yet received the required level of cross-party support


a member has declared a registered 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-14328 Paul Wheelhouse: Inquiries into Fatal Accidents and Sudden Deaths etc. (Scotland) Bill—That the Parliament agrees to the general principles of the Inquiries into Fatal Accidents and Sudden Deaths etc. (Scotland) Bill.

Supported by: Michael Matheson*

*S4M-14327 Richard Lochhead: Agriculture, Current Challenges Facing the Sector and the Opportunities—That the Parliament notes the hard work and dedication of the men and women working in Scottish agriculture but recognises the current challenges facing the sector; notes the Scottish Government’s commitment to deliver 2015 CAP Pillar 1 payments as soon as it is able to do so, following the payment window opening on 1 December 2015; calls on the UK Government to allocate Scotland a fair share of Europe’s new €500 million market support package; further calls on the UK Government to revisit its decision not to allocate Scotland the full £190 million convergence uplift provided to the UK as a result of Scotland’s low payments, and for an urgent resolution to the negotiations with the UK to repatriate the industry’s red meat levies to Scotland; acknowledges the record growth in Scottish food and drink and calls on all parts of the supply chain to benefit, and welcomes the Scottish Government’s call for UK and Scottish ministers, along with farming leaders, to jointly approach UK retailers and food service companies to secure a fair deal for farming.

Supported by: Aileen McLeod*

*S4M-14326 Kevin Stewart: Congratulations to Aberdeen Football Club Community Trust—That the Parliament congratulates Aberdeen Football Club Community Trust (AFCCT) on being named national winner in the 2015 Scottish FA Grassroots Awards in the Best Professional Club in the Community category; notes that, in partnership with Aberdeen City Council, AFCCT supports primary school football in Aberdeen, provides coaching sessions in areas such as Tillydrone and runs sessions and festivals for children with learning disabilities; commends the trust’s chief executive, Ally Prockter, and everyone involved in the trust for their efforts, and wishes them all the best in their future endeavours.

Supported by: Bill Kidd*, Christian Allard*, Liz Smith*, Nanette Milne*, Roderick Campbell*, James Dornan*

*S4M-14325# Rhoda Grant: Skye-based Palliative Care Partnership—That the Parliament recognises the work of the palliative care partnership in Skye between Boots, Macmillan Palliative Care (MPC) and NHS Highland; understands that this is a unique rural-based service that enables people from Skye and Lochalsh to access the specialist services of MPC’s rural pharmacists through Boots’ store in Portree; believes that recent research by the University of Strathclyde highlights the progress that is being made by the partnership in providing tailored medical advice and support; welcomes what it sees as the collaborative work between Boots and Macmillan across Scotland through the use of cancer information pharmacists; understands that many consider that the Skye partnership can serve as a model of best practice for patient care throughout the country, particularly in other rural areas, and notes the hope that it will continue to be maintained in the future so that it can be of benefit to its service users.

Supported by: Hanzala Malik*, Michael McMahon*, Jim Hume*, Patricia Ferguson*, Jamie McGrigor*, Nanette Milne*, Margaret McDougall*, Jackie Baillie*

*S4M-14324 Mary Fee: National Lottery Sports Award for Erskine—That the Parliament congratulates everyone at Erskine, the charity for ex-service men and women, on its project, Erskine Community Celebrates the Commonwealth Games, winning the sports category at the National Lottery Awards; understands that this initiative provided veterans with a sense of connection to the Commonwealth Games by allowing them to take part in many activities and sports, such as cycling, bowls and athletics, and congratulates all of the staff and carers on what it sees as their work in helping to make events such as this open and enjoyable to ex-service personnel.

Supported by: Kenneth Gibson*, Bill Kidd*, Kevin Stewart*, Anne McTaggart*, Hanzala Malik*, Richard Lyle*, Roderick Campbell*, Jackie Baillie*, Margaret McDougall*, Patricia Ferguson*

*S4M-14323 John Lamont: Good Luck to the Scotland Rugby World Cup Squad—That the Parliament congratulates all those selected to represent Scotland in the 2015 Rugby World Cup; considers that strong performances in recent matches, particularly the win over Italy, show Scotland to be a confident team heading into the World Cup; believes that the Scottish Borders is well represented in the opening line-up by the captain, Greig Laidlaw from Jedburgh, Hawick’s Stuart Hogg, who was born in Melrose and played in Hawick, and Ross Ford from Kelso; looks forward to a successful tournament, and wishes the whole team luck in its opening Rugby World Cup 2015 match against Japan on 23 September and in subsequent matches.

Supported by: Kenneth Gibson*, Bill Kidd*, Tavish Scott*, Kevin Stewart*, Richard Simpson*, Anne McTaggart*, Stuart McMillan*, Mike MacKenzie*, Richard Lyle*, Roderick Campbell*, Jackie Baillie*, Liz Smith*, Nanette Milne*, Jamie McGrigor*, Cameron Buchanan*, Jim Hume*, Claire Baker*, Christine Grahame*, Mary Scanlon*, Patricia Ferguson*

*S4M-14322 Joe FitzPatrick on behalf of the Parliamentary Bureau: Establishment of a Committee—That the Parliament shall establish a committee of the Parliament as follows:

Name of Committee: Interests of Members of the Scottish Parliament (Amendment) Bill Committee.

Remit: To consider matters relating to the Interests of Members of the Scottish Parliament (Amendment) Bill.

Duration: Until the Bill is passed, falls or is withdrawn.

Number of members: 6.

Convenership: The Convener will be a member of the Scottish National Party and the Deputy Convener will be a member of the Scottish Labour Party.

Membership: Bill Kidd, James Dornan, Graeme Dey, Mary Fee, Mary Scanlon and Tavish Scott.

*S4M-14321 Alison McInnes: Social Bite in Aberdeen—That the Parliament congratulates the chain of sandwich shops, Social Bite, and its founder, Josh Littlejohn, on its opening a branch in Aberdeen; understands that, as a social business, it donates all of its profit to good causes, employs formerly homeless people and runs an initiative that allows customers to pre-pay for food and drink that homeless people can then claim in store; believes that profits are donated to Shelter Scotland, the Vision Eye Care Hospital in Bangladesh, the MicroLoan Foundation, which supports women in Malawi and Zambia, and the STV Appeal; understands that it already has successful branches in Edinburgh and Glasgow, and wishes the team at Social Bite success for the future.

Supported by: Bill Kidd*, Kevin Stewart*, Anne McTaggart*, Jackie Baillie*, Liz Smith*, Nanette Milne*, Jim Hume*, Jean Urquhart*, Tavish Scott*

*S4M-14320 Stuart McMillan: Congratulations to the 32nd Greenock & District Scout Group—That the Parliament congratulates the 32nd Greenock & District scout group on reaching 100 years of unbroken service through two world wars; commends the group of over 200 for assisting with the Inverclyde branch of Alzheimer’s Scotland’s annual Inverclyde Memory Walk on 19 September 2015; recognises the group’s new partnership with the national organisation as a means of taking action in the Million Hands Initiative, which mobilises half a million Scouts UK-wide to support four big social issues chosen by young people and build long-term relationships in communities; understands that many of the local scouts have family members affected by dementia and seek to rally their peers into improving the lives of all who are affected, and supports the 32nd Greenock & District scout group’s empowering endeavours to bring the community together.

Supported by: Bill Kidd*, Kenneth Gibson*, Kevin Stewart*, Anne McTaggart*, Mike MacKenzie*, Richard Lyle*, Roderick Campbell*, Nanette Milne*, Jackie Baillie*, Jean Urquhart*, Joan McAlpine*

*S4M-14319 Roderick Campbell: Marking World Alzheimer’s Day 2015—That the Parliament marks World Alzheimer’s Day 2015 on 21 September; notes that this is an annual event that brings together organisations across the world to raise awareness about Alzheimer’s and dementia; praises organisations, including Alzheimer Scotland, Marie Curie Scotland and NHS Scotland, for the work that they are doing to support those with dementia and their carers as well as raise awareness of Alzheimer’s and dementia in Scotland; supports further work to tackle the stigma that can be associated with dementia, and highlights the importance of recognising the early signs of dementia.

Supported by: Mary Fee*, Bill Kidd*, Neil Findlay*, Jean Urquhart*, Kevin Stewart*, Margaret McDougall*, Anne McTaggart*, Stuart McMillan*, Margaret Mitchell*, Mike MacKenzie*, Richard Lyle*, Graeme Dey*, Liam McArthur*, Mark McDonald*, Liz Smith*, Nanette Milne*, Jackie Baillie*, John Pentland*, Joan McAlpine*, Christine Grahame*, Kenneth Gibson*, Jim Hume*, Patricia Ferguson*, Adam Ingram*

*S4M-14318 Elaine Smith: Papal Visit to Cuba—That the Parliament welcomes the papal visit to Cuba on 19 to 22 September 2015; understands that Pope Francis met Cuba’s former President, Fidel Castro, after celebrating Mass in Havana; understands that tens of thousands of people met in Revolution Square in the capital to hear the Mass, including Cuba’s current President, Raul Castro, and the President of Argentina, Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner; acknowledges that this is Pope Francis’ first visit to Cuba and that his Mass included a homily based around brotherhood and serving people in unity; further understands that the papal visit will continue to the USA, where Pope Francis will provide a service in Washington DC; considers that the Pope has been distinguished by his hard work in cementing relations between Cuba and the USA, and congratulates both the Catholic Church and the Cuban government on what it considers a hugely successful visit to the island.

Supported by: Neil Findlay*, Richard Lyle*, Kevin Stewart*, Richard Simpson*, Anne McTaggart*, Cara Hilton*, Patricia Ferguson*, Jackie Baillie*

*S4M-14317 Stewart Maxwell: Pension Credit for Members of Enclosed Religious Orders—That the Parliament understands that only two groups of pensioners, prisoners and members of fully-enclosed religious orders, are denied pension credit; believes that it is unacceptable to classify people in religious orders in the same way as prisoners; recognises that the number of people in such orders, and therefore the cost to the Treasury of extending pension credit to them, is small; understands that not having access to pension credit causes real hardship to groups of pensioners, and calls on the UK Government to extend it to people in these types of religious orders.

Supported by: Patricia Ferguson*, Mike MacKenzie*, Bill Kidd*, Kevin Stewart*, Richard Simpson*, Jean Urquhart*, Stuart McMillan*, Kenneth Gibson*, Adam Ingram*, Joan McAlpine*

*S4M-14316 John Mason: Importance of Social Enterprise in Scotland—That the Parliament notes the report Social Enterprise in Scotland: Census 2015, which finds Scotland to be a world-leading nation with regard to social enterprises; understands that Scotland already has over 5,000 social enterprises, with over 200 being formed each year; agrees with Jonathan Coburn, the Director of Social Value Lab, which carried out the study, that "The research shows that it is possible to operate in a way that is both good for business and good for Scottish society"; recognises what it considers the significant estimated £1.6 billion gross value added contribution of social enterprises to the Scottish economy; considers that social enterprises serve an important role in deprived communities across Scotland, whether operating in rural or urban areas; appreciates what it considers the large role that housing associations and housing cooperatives play in society, with both accounting for 40% of all social enterprise income; congratulates the Scottish Government on what it sees as its outstanding work in supporting new and existing social enterprises across Scotland, and is sure that this work will be continued into the future.

Supported by: Kevin Stewart*, Richard Simpson*, Anne McTaggart*, Richard Lyle*, Jean Urquhart*, Stuart McMillan*, Kenneth Gibson*, James Dornan*, Adam Ingram*, Bill Kidd*, Mark McDonald*, Joan McAlpine*

*S4M-14315 Kevin Stewart: Transition Extreme at 10—That the Parliament congratulates Transition Extreme in Aberdeen on what it considers a very successful 10th anniversary event, the Adrenaline Dinner and Dance; recognises the charity’s efforts in attracting young people to participate in extreme sports in a safe environment, such as skateboarding, BMX-ing and climbing; commends its 10 years of effort in aiming to assist its service users with making positive life transitions, and wishes it all the very best for the next 10 years and beyond.

Supported by: Mike MacKenzie*, Richard Lyle*, Nanette Milne*, Anne McTaggart*, Bill Kidd*, Mark McDonald*, Adam Ingram*, Kenneth Gibson*, Joan McAlpine*, Stuart McMillan*, Jackie Baillie*

*S4M-14314 Fiona McLeod: Celebrating the Voluntary Work of Frances Jones—That the Parliament celebrates the voluntary work of Frances Jones; notes that, for over 45 years, Frances has been a volunteer and organiser with the Glasgow Coeliac Group; believes that she has helped organise many events, including the annual Christmas party, gluten-free Italian meal nights, coeliac awareness meetings and various trips for people of all ages, and understands that, in 2014, Frances was given the honour of being a Commonwealth Games baton bearer in recognition of her dedication to voluntary activities.

Supported by: Anne McTaggart*, Stuart McMillan*, Mike MacKenzie*, Richard Lyle*, Mark McDonald*, James Dornan*, Kevin Stewart*, Bill Kidd*, Graeme Dey*, Joan McAlpine*, Adam Ingram*, Jean Urquhart*, Jackie Baillie*

*S4M-14313 Joe FitzPatrick: Scottish Parliament (Disqualification) Order 2015 [draft]—That the Parliament agrees that the Scottish Parliament (Disqualification) Order 2015 [draft] be approved.

Supported by: Fergus Ewing*, John Swinney*

*S4M-14312 John Finnie: Lovat Shinty Club, 2015 Camanachd Cup Victors—That the Parliament congratulates Lovat Shinty Club on its success in the 2015 Camanachd Cup with a 2-1 win over Kyles Athletic; notes that this is Lovat’s first Camanachd Cup triumph since 1953, when Lovat won the same fixture 4-1 after a 2-2 draw; hopes that the success of the 2015 Camanachd Cup will encourage more people to take up shinty, and wishes both Lovat and Kyles Athletic every success in the future.

Supported by: Jamie McGrigor*, Kevin Stewart*, Anne McTaggart*, Angus MacDonald*, Kenneth Gibson*, Mary Scanlon*, Bill Kidd*, Tavish Scott*, Adam Ingram*, Patricia Ferguson*

*S4M-14311 Angela Constance: Building on Scotland’s Educational Success—That the Parliament welcomes Scotland’s educational success since 2007; further welcomes that more children are entitled to the highest ever level of early learning and childcare, that the number of Primary 1 pupils in classes of 26 or more has fallen by 97%, that more young people get the qualifications that they need, that a record percentage leave for positive destinations and that more of the population is educated beyond school than in any other European country; notes, however, that the Scottish Government needs to do more to raise standards for all children, securing its twin aims of equity and excellence; acknowledges the investment in these aims through a range of initiatives focusing on closing the attainment gap, including the Scottish Attainment Challenge and the Attainment Scotland Fund; commends the Making Maths Count programme as a route to driving up attainment in maths and numeracy; recognises that it is important to gather the right evidence about children’s progress to show that all that local authorities, schools, teachers, parents and children and young people themselves are doing to raise standards is working, and looks forward to the next steps in developing a national improvement framework to achieve this.

Supported by: Alasdair Allan*, Aileen Campbell*

*S4M-14311.3 Liam McArthur: Building on Scotland’s Educational Success—As an amendment to motion S4M-14311 in the name of Angela Constance (Building on Scotland’s Educational Success), leave out from “Scotland’s educational success” to end and insert “the expansion of free nursery care for two-year-olds but is concerned that provision in Scotland still lags behind that available in England; believes that this support can help contribute toward addressing the difference in reading attainment between children from low-income and high-income households by the age of five, which is on average 13 months; understands that the average class size in the early years of primary school continued to increase to 23.3 in 2014, despite the SNP’s 2007 manifesto commitment to cut class sizes to 18 or less for Primary 1 to 3 pupils; understands that teacher numbers have fallen by approximately 4,000 since 2007 and regrets the rigid approach that the Scottish Government has taken to the enforcement of the teacher number guarantee; notes opposition to the reintroduction of standardised national testing and the views of the Educational Institute of Scotland (EIS) that “it will be almost impossible to put in place safeguards which would stop national assessments leading to the league table, target-setting agenda which Curriculum for Excellence was supposed to have ended”; welcomes the Scottish Government’s decision to dedicate more resources to tackling the attainment gap; however, considers that, while the Scottish Attainment Fund will make a difference in selected areas, it ignores the needs of children facing poverty and disadvantage elsewhere in Scotland, including Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Dumfries and Galloway and the Highlands and Islands, and urges the Scottish Government to introduce a pupil premium that targets funding at individual school-aged children in need, wherever they may live, as a means of helping close the attainment gap and improving equality of opportunity."

*S4M-14311.2 Iain Gray: Building on Scotland’s Educational Success—As an amendment to motion S4M-14311 in the name of Angela Constance (Building on Scotland’s Educational Success), insert at end “; recognises that there are over 4,000 fewer teachers in Scottish schools than there were when the SNP administration came to power in 2007, class sizes are rising, over 6,000 pupils left primary school in 2014 with a poor standard of reading, the most deprived fifth of pupils in Scotland are half as likely to achieve one or more Highers and go on to higher education as the least deprived fifth and there are 140,000 fewer college students than in 2007; believes that Scotland must do much more to raise educational standards and close the attainment gap; supports an end to funding cuts for further education, and commits to an investment in additional literacy specialists in schools funded from a 50p top rate of Scottish income tax when power over income tax rates and bands becomes devolved.”

*S4M-14311.1 Mary Scanlon: Building on Scotland’s Educational Success—As an amendment to motion S4M-14311 in the name of Angela Constance (Building on Scotland’s Educational Success), leave out from first "welcomes" to end and insert "believes that the journey toward educational success in Scotland has been hampered by Scottish Government policies that have failed to put the appropriate focus on the most pressing issues, specifically the worrying decline in attainment and keys skills as measured by the most recent Scottish survey of literacy and numeracy; is concerned that this decline has a greater detrimental effect on the most deprived children, thereby contributing to the unacceptable attainment gap between pupils from poorer and wealthier backgrounds; notes the challenges that have been faced by teachers and pupils during the implementation of the curriculum for excellence as it relates to achieving better qualitative learning outcomes, and condemns the fact that the severe cuts to the college sector, including the loss of 140,000 places and a 12% real-terms budget cut since 2011-12, have had a disproportionate impact on students with caring responsibilities, disabled students and those who are furthest from education and training opportunities."

*S4M-14310 Graeme Dey: Ollie Holt Wins a WellChild Award—That the Parliament congratulates five-year-old Ollie Holt, who is from Carnoustie, on being named a winner in the annual WellChild Awards; notes that the awards will be presented at a ceremony in London on 5 October 2015 and that Ollie was nominated by his mother, Emma; understands that the awards celebrate the courage of children with serious illnesses or complex conditions and honour the dedication of the professionals who go the extra mile to help them and their families; notes that Ollie was selected from hundreds of nominations to win the Inspirational Child award; understands that he has a constant smile, despite having a rare condition that causes cavernomas; notes that these irregular blood vessels have meant that he has experienced seizures since the age of two and has undergone brain surgery; understands that, despite extreme fatigue and pain, Ollie has amazed family, friends and medical professionals with his cheerfulness and has taken part in a fundraising and awareness-raising walk across the Tay Bridge for the Cavernoma Alliance UK; congratulates all of the award winners, and welcomes what it sees as this recognition of the courage of children such as Ollie and the medical professionals who look after them.

Supported by: Mike MacKenzie*, Kevin Stewart*, Anne McTaggart*, Richard Lyle*, Jean Urquhart*, Bill Kidd*, Mark McDonald*, Adam Ingram*, Jackie Baillie*, Joan McAlpine*, Liz Smith*, Nanette Milne*

Motions and amendments which have attracted additional support

S4M-14309 Congratulations to Fife Arabic Society ­(lodged on 18 September 2015) Joan McAlpine*, Bill Kidd*, Rob Gibson*, Richard Lyle*, Mike MacKenzie*, Adam Ingram*, Mark McDonald*, Kevin Stewart*, Claire Baker*

S4M-14308 Congratulating Lidl on its Living Wage Policy ­(lodged on 18 September 2015) James Kelly*, Bill Kidd*, John Mason*, Dave Thompson*, Kevin Stewart*, Christine Grahame*, Margaret McDougall*

S4M-14306 The UK Trade Union Bill, an Attack on Workers’ Rights ­(lodged on 17 September 2015) Elaine Smith*, Jenny Marra*

S4M-14305 Congratulations to the 2015 Beautiful Fife Award Winners ­(lodged on 17 September 2015) Kevin Stewart*, Claire Baker*

S4M-14304 Congratulations to Sheenah Nelson on Receiving Health Volunteer of the Year Award ­(lodged on 17 September 2015) Margaret McDougall*, Kevin Stewart*

S4M-14303 Quarriers and the William Quarrier Scottish Epilepsy Centre ­(lodged on 17 September 2015) Kevin Stewart*, Christine Grahame*

S4M-14302 Captain Iain Dunderdale, Outstanding Achievement Award ­(lodged on 17 September 2015) Jamie McGrigor*, Bill Kidd*, Dave Thompson*

S4M-14295 £28 Million City Deal Project for West Dunbartonshire ­(lodged on 17 September 2015) Margaret McDougall*

S4M-14292 Camphill Foundation’s 75th Anniversary ­(lodged on 17 September 2015) Bill Kidd*

S4M-14290 UK Government Should Pay Heed to Jake Molloy ­(lodged on 16 September 2015) John Mason*, Bill Kidd*

S4M-14289 The Inaugural Deeside Local Food Festival ­(lodged on 16 September 2015) Jean Urquhart*

S4M-14286 The Press and Journal’s Apprentice 100 Campaign ­(lodged on 16 September 2015) Dave Thompson*

S4M-14285 Congratulations to Loch Ness Brewery ­(lodged on 16 September 2015) Christine Grahame*

S4M-14284 Congratulations to Bloody Scotland Writing Festival ­(lodged on 16 September 2015) Christine Grahame*

S4M-14283 Congratulations to Scottish Borders Council’s Floral Gateway Award Winners and Runners-up ­(lodged on 16 September 2015) Christine Grahame*

S4M-14282 Recognising the Work of the Corstorphine Dementia Project ­(lodged on 16 September 2015) Christine Grahame*

S4M-14281 Scotland Named the Best Cruising Ground of the Year ­(lodged on 16 September 2015) Christine Grahame*

S4M-14280 Going Higher for Student Carers in Scotland ­(lodged on 16 September 2015) Richard Simpson*

S4M-14275 EU Funds Aquamarine Wave Oyster ­(lodged on 16 September 2015) Jean Urquhart*, Christine Grahame*

S4M-14273 Protect the Blood Pressure Clinic at the Vale of Leven Hospital (lodged on 16 September 2015) Elaine Smith*, Lewis Macdonald*

S4M-14270 Dyce Pupils Collection for Refugees ­(lodged on 15 September 2015) Jean Urquhart*

S4M-14269 University of Stirling Jumps 117 Places in QS World University Rankings ­(lodged on 15 September 2015) Claire Baker*

S4M-14268 Congratulations to the Royal British Legion Scotland Methilhill Women’s Section ­(lodged on 15 September 2015) Claire Baker*

S4M-14265 Fjord Processing Investment ­(lodged on 15 September 2015) Jean Urquhart*

S4M-14262 Scotland’s Colleges Help Drive the National Economy ­(lodged on 15 September 2015) Dennis Robertson*

S4M-14260 UK Government Admits Submarine Caused Collision ­(lodged on 15 September 2015) Jean Urquhart*, Dave Thompson*, Dennis Robertson*

S4M-14259 University of St Andrews Rises up the Rankings ­(lodged on 15 September 2015) Claire Baker*

S4M-14258 Congratulations to Kinghorn in Bloom ­(lodged on 15 September 2015) Claire Baker*

S4M-14256 Gas Safety Week 2015 ­(lodged on 15 September 2015) Dennis Robertson*

S4M-14251 Deaths at the Grand Mosque in Mecca ­(lodged on 14 September 2015) Dave Thompson*

S4M-14250 Rocking Orkney ­(lodged on 14 September 2015) Jean Urquhart*

S4M-14249 The Passing of Charles Macleod ­(lodged on 14 September 2015) Dave Thompson*

S4M-14244 Solidarity with the Prospect and PCS Workers at NERC Sites in Scotland ­(lodged on 14 September 2015) Margaret McDougall*

S4M-14242 Welcoming the Response in North East Fife to the Refugee Crisis (lodged on 14 September 2015) Claire Baker*

S4M-14236 WSREC Receives £10,000 Grant from Skills Development Scotland (lodged on 11 September 2015) Margaret McDougall*

S4M-14233 Macrobert Arts Centre Launches Annual Christmas Pantomime Appeal ­(lodged on 11 September 2015) Claire Baker*

S4M-14232 Improvements to Calais Muir Woodland ­(lodged on 11 September 2015) Claire Baker*

S4M-14228 Aberdeen Winners in the Keep Scotland Beautiful Awards ­(lodged on 11 September 2015) Margaret McDougall*

S4M-14226 Aberdeen Solidarity with Refugees ­(lodged on 11 September 2015) Claire Baker*, Margaret McDougall*

S4M-14224 Joe Lafferty from Kirkcaldy Wins Child of Achievement Award (lodged on 10 September 2015) Claire Baker*

S4M-14223 Congratulations to the Happy Sunshine Club in Kirkcaldy ­(lodged on 10 September 2015) Claire Baker*

S4M-14221 Congratulations to the Men and Boys Eating and Exercise Disorders Service ­(lodged on 10 September 2015) Dave Thompson*

S4M-14217 ChooseLife Ninth Annual Suicide Prevention Five-a-side Tournament ­(lodged on 10 September 2015) Dave Thompson*

S4M-14216 Rabbit Braes Named Best Community Initiative at Kingdom FM Local Hero Awards ­(lodged on 10 September 2015) Claire Baker*

S4M-14212 Mike Keane from Kirkcaldy Named National Coach and Performance Director of Boxing Scotland ­(lodged on 10 September 2015) Claire Baker*

S4M-14201 250th Anniversary of the Birth of Thomas Muir ­(lodged on 10 September 2015) Dave Thompson*

S4M-14197 Success for the Fair Tips Campaign ­(lodged on 09 September 2015) Margaret McDougall*

S4M-14195 Wishaw to Calais ­(lodged on 09 September 2015) Margaret McDougall*

S4M-14164 GP Practices at the Deep End, Healthy Life Expectancy ­(lodged on 07 September 2015) Margaret McDougall*

S4M-14148 ScotRail’s Modernisation of Trains ­(lodged on 04 September 2015) Dave Thompson*

S4M-14131 Raising Awareness of Childhood Cancer ­(lodged on 03 September 2015) Claire Baker*

S4M-14129 Work Begins on the Cupar Community Sports Hub ­(lodged on 02 September 2015) Claire Baker*

S4M-14127 Glasgow Hosts the World Hepatitis Summit 2015 ­(lodged on 02 September 2015) Claire Baker*

S4M-14126 Edinburgh Traditional Building Festival 2015 ­(lodged on 02 September 2015) Claire Baker*

S4M-14125 Scottish Children’s Book Awards 2016 ­(lodged on 02 September 2015) Claire Baker*

S4M-14122 St Andrew’s Hospice Takes the Lead ­(lodged on 02 September 2015) Claire Baker*

S4M-14121 Congratulations to Louise Martin CBE, CGF’S First Female President ­(lodged on 02 September 2015) Claire Baker*

S4M-14119 Fife Sports Festival Provides Activities for All ­(lodged on 02 September 2015) Claire Baker*

S4M-14116 Helmsdale Volunteers Rejuvenate Sutherland Station ­(lodged on 02 September 2015) Claire Baker*

S4M-14057 Smoking Rates Fall in Scotland ­(lodged on 26 August 2015) Alison Johnstone*

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