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 A motion or amendment is live if it has not been debated, withdrawn or otherwise deleted from the list.

Where a motion or amendment has been withdrawn, it is indicated in this section the day after it has been withdrawn.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-01501 John Swinney: The UK Government’s Autumn Budget Statement and the Scottish Economy—That the Parliament notes the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement and that the Office for Budget Responsibility has demonstrated that the UK Government’s economic and fiscal plan has failed, with a cut of over two thirds in the growth forecast for 2012; agrees that the UK Government’s response falls far short of the urgent action that Scotland needs to boost growth; notes that the Chancellor has proposed only a limited increase in capital budgets and that two thirds of the new capital investment will not be available until 2013, despite the urgent need for a stimulus this year and next; supports the Scottish Government’s call to the UK Government for a targeted, expanded programme of some £2 billion for capital infrastructure investment in Scotland to help offset the 32% real-terms cut to Scotland’s capital budget inflicted by the UK Government; notes that the Scottish Government will support around £9 billion of capital spending over the next three years to deliver new schools, hospitals, houses, roads, water infrastructure, community facilities and improved availability of high speed broadband across Scotland; welcomes the Scottish Government’s infrastructure investment plan, which will provide crucial support for employment, with every additional £100 million of capital invested per year estimated to generate £160 million worth of economic activity and support 1,400 jobs in the wider economy for that year; notes that, as a result of the Scottish Government’s £2.5 billion non-profit distributing capital programme and switching of resources from revenue to capital, infrastructure investment in Scotland will now rise year on year throughout the spending review period; supports the Scottish Government’s actions to boost economic growth through initiatives such as maintaining Scotland as the most competitive environment for business in the UK; supports the Scottish Government’s efforts to boost economic security and household budgets by freezing the council tax, abolishing prescription charges and protecting concessionary travel, and welcomes the success of Scotland’s enterprise agencies in securing major new investments in recent months from international companies.

Supported by: Michael Russell

*S4M-01500 Liam McArthur on behalf of the Scottish Parliamentary Corporate Body: Reimbursement of Members’ Expenses Scheme—That the Parliament, in exercise of the powers conferred by section 83(5) of the Scotland Act 1998 determines to amend the Reimbursement of Members’ Expenses Scheme annexed as Annex 1 to the resolution of the Parliament on 12 June 2008 (and as amended by resolution of the Parliament on 24 March 2010) by inserting “West Scotland” after “South of Scotland,” in paragraph 4.2.6.

Supported by: Linda Fabiani

*S4M-01499 Stuart McMillan: World Pipe Band Championships—That the Parliament welcomes the news that the World Pipe Band Championships is to remain in Glasgow until 2015; notes that the Worlds is one of the four annual major pipe bands events and welcomes competitors from across the globe; further notes that the event generates around £10 million each year for the Glasgow and Scottish economies; congratulates organisers on securing what it considers this important event for Glasgow and Scotland, and hopes that the event will continue to go from strength to strength.

*S4M-01498 Drew Smith: Glasgow to Host World Pipe Band Championships—That the Parliament congratulates Glasgow on winning the bid to host the World Pipe Band Championships until 2015; notes that Glasgow has now been associated with the Worlds for more than 60 years and understands that the championships generate more than £10 million each year for the Glasgow and Scottish economies; further understands that 200 bands from 12 countries competed in the 2011 competition at Glasgow Green, and thanks the partners Glasgow City Council, Glasgow Life, Glasgow City Marketing Bureau and EventScotland for what it considers to have been all their hard work in securing this event.

*S4M-01497 Hanzala Malik: Restoration of Flights Between Glasgow and Lahore—That the Parliament notes the withdrawal by Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) in January 2012 of direct flights between Glasgow and its twin city, Lahore; regrets the removal of the only direct air link between Scotland and Pakistan; understands that the decision was made despite the flights proving popular with the travelling public; notes the cultural connection between many families in Scotland and Pakistan, and considers that given the huge potential for expansion of trade between the two countries, PIA should reinstate the direct air service between Glasgow and Lahore for the benefit of Glasgow and the rest of Scotland.

*S4M-01496 David Stewart: Dunoon Ferry Users Group—That the Parliament congratulates the community of Dunoon on the formation of the Dunoon Ferry Users Group; notes that the group was formed at a public meeting on 24 November 2011 at which an estimated 500 residents were in attendance to discuss the Dunoon to Gourock ferry service; considers that such a high turnout shows the strength of feeling in the local community about this issue; notes that the vast majority of speakers at the meeting supported a town centre to town centre vehicle and passenger service and considered the current service to be inadequate, and calls on the Scottish Government to instigate such a service and give the people of Dunoon and beyond the ferry service that they deserve.

*S4M-01495 Liam McArthur: Golden Twits for Orkney Library and Archive—That the Parliament congratulates Orkney Library and Archive on winning two Golden Twits at the recent International Social Media Awards, which were held at Wembley Stadium; considers these awards to be prestigious; welcomes in particular, its achievements in the Information and Public Service categories; considers it to be an excellent example of how social media can help public bodies promote their activities locally as well as engage with audiences across Scotland and beyond; considers that, when social media are used creatively in this manner, they can capture the public imagination, extend and widen access to services and allow public bodies to network and exchange ideas; believes that this achievement demonstrates how libraries are adapting to the advent of social media and using them to re-invent the image of libraries for the 21st century, and looks forward to Orkney Library and Archive continuing to tweet by example.

*S4M-01493 Kenneth Gibson: 70th Anniversary of the Day that will Live in Infamy—That the Parliament remembers the surprise military attack on Pearl Harbour by the navy of Japan on 7 December 1941 and America’s subsequent entry into the Second World War; commemorates the 70th anniversary of the Japanese assault on the Pacific naval base and the resulting lives that were lost; honours the American military service personnel and their families affected by the attack, and also pays respects to veterans of the attack for their service and bravery on that fatal Sunday morning, named by President Roosevelt as the "day that will live in infamy".

Supported by: Adam Ingram, John Lamont, Bill Walker

*S4M-01492 Kenneth Gibson: Scotch Whisky’s Record Export Value—That the Parliament recognises what it considers to be the incredible success of the Scotch whisky exporting industry, which has recently been valued at almost £3 billion; notes that whisky exports have increased by 23% from last year’s sales; further notes the Scotch Whisky Association’s calculations that overseas sales are, at this rate, earning £125 per second; applauds Scotland’s whisky distilleries on what it believes to be their fine products and understands that demand has become very high internationally, especially in the USA, France and Brazil, and commends what it believes to be the industry’s high quality of production and the positive impact that it has on the economy.

Supported by: Mary Fee, Kevin Stewart, Stewart Maxwell

*S4M-01491 Jenny Marra: Congratulations to Mr Ronnie McIntosh—That the Parliament congratulates Mr Ronnie McIntosh on winning the Disability Sport Award at the Scottish Sports Awards 2011; considers that Mr McIntosh continues to make great achievements as a successful race walker; notes among his achievements his place as the fastest double amputee of any age to complete a 5 km walk in the UK; appreciates his long-standing contribution to the Hawkhill Harriers, and believes Mr McIntosh to be an inspiration to all athletes and an outstanding citizen of the City of Dundee.

Supported by: Patricia Ferguson, David Torrance, Kenneth Gibson, Nanette Milne, Joe FitzPatrick, Jamie McGrigor, Richard Lyle, Kevin Stewart, Mary Fee

*S4M-01490 Angus MacDonald: Colin Robertson, Chief Executive of Alexander Dennis Receives Entrepreneur of the Year Award—That the Parliament congratulates Colin Robertson, chief executive of Falkirk’s bus building company, Alexander Dennis, on receiving the Entrepreneur of the Year award at the Entrepreneurial Exchange’s annual dinner in Glasgow; notes that, since Colin Robertson took charge at the Falkirk company in 2007, the company turnover has doubled to £360 million and sales have expanded into countries around the world; recognises that such an improvement in turnover could only be achieved through teamwork and congratulates the workforce on ensuring that Alexander Dennis continues to go from strength to strength in the face of strong competition from other parts of the UK, and commends the Scottish Government on introducing the Scottish Green Bus Fund, which it understands has created increased demand for environmentally friendly buses, of which Alexander Dennis is considered to be a world-leading manufacturer.

*S4M-01489 Jenny Marra: British Sign Language—That the Parliament congratulates Heriot-Watt University on becoming the first university in Scotland to offer an undergraduate degree course in British Sign Language; recognises the value of the degree course in boosting the number of British Sign Language interpreters in Scotland; considers that the degree will help secure the position of British Sign Language as one of Scotland’s modern languages; further recognises the contribution that the degree course will make to widening access to post-16 education for deaf people, and believes that the qualification will help train a future generation of teachers and social workers to work with deaf people.

Supported by: Liam McArthur, Mark Griffin, David Torrance, John Pentland, Rob Gibson, Patricia Ferguson, Jamie McGrigor, Kenneth Gibson, John Park, Mary Scanlon, Sarah Boyack, Alison Johnstone, Kevin Stewart, Richard Lyle, Mary Fee

*S4M-01488 James Kelly: Camglen Radio—That the Parliament notes the positive contribution that Camglen Radio makes to the communities of Rutherglen and Cambuslang; pays tribute to all past and serving members of staff and volunteers in helping to promote healthy living and community engagement in the local area; welcomes the radio station’s focus on providing creative volunteering opportunities and training, and wishes the station well in the future.

*S4M-01487 Rob Gibson: Environmental Research Award—That the Parliament congratulates the Environmental Research Institute (ERI) of North Highland College UHI on winning the prize for contribution to skills and training at the Scottish Green Energy Awards in Edinburgh on 1 December 2011; notes that the citation states that the ERI is training the marine renewable scientists of the future in the living laboratory of the Pentland Firth, and wishes the ERI’s highly-skilled staff, led by Professor Stuart Gibb, every success in their collaborative international research projects that include carbon sequestration in peatlands and their pioneering work to understand the turbulent waters into which renewable energy equipment is to be deployed, which it considers gained them this prestigious award.

Supported by: Kevin Stewart, Adam Ingram, Kenneth Gibson

*S4M-01486 Mary Fee: Moorpark Parent Support Group Big Lottery Funding—That the Parliament congratulates Moorpark Parents Support Group on securing £166,724 from the Big Lottery Fund to improve the health, wellbeing and confidence of families in Renfrew West; understands that the outcomes will be achieved over three years through a variety of schemes involving parent workshops, parent drop-in sessions and volunteer training among others and that the programme aims to benefit 1,000 people in the Moorpark area and the wider community, and further congratulates all beneficiaries of the Big Lottery Fund in West Scotland, such as the Paisley Partnership Regeneration Company’s project, Inchinnan Community Playpark and Garden Association, and Johnstone Seniors Forum.

*S4M-01485 Mary Fee: BBC Must Sack Jeremy Clarkson—That the Parliament condemns the comments made by BBC presenter Jeremy Clarkson about the public sector pensions strike; notes that this is not the first time that Mr Clarkson has made what it considers outrageous and offensive comments while being paid a BBC salary funded by the licence payer, and backs initial calls by UNISON for the BBC to sack Jeremy Clarkson without pension or severance pay.

*S4M-01484 Mark McDonald: Green Energy Award for Udny—That the Parliament congratulates Udny Community Wind Turbine on winning the Community Initiative award at the Scottish Green Energy Awards; notes that the wind turbine in Udny is 100% community owned and the funds raised from selling the electricity that it generates to the national grid will be dispersed among local projects across the community; considers that the project is an excellent example of community benefit derived from green energy generation, and wishes all involved with the project every success in the future.

Supported by: Adam Ingram, Bob Doris, Roderick Campbell, Kenneth Gibson, Liam McArthur, Stuart McMillan, Annabelle Ewing, Dennis Robertson, Graeme Dey, Rob Gibson, Bill Kidd, David Torrance, Chic Brodie, Sandra White, Humza Yousaf, Kevin Stewart, Richard Lyle

*S4M-01483 Mark McDonald: North East Success at Scottish Financial Services Awards—That the Parliament congratulates Aberdeen Asset Management on its victory at the Scottish Financial Services Awards 2011; notes that the award was presented on account of the company’s energy and commitment in developing its business in Asia and for innovation in meeting client demand for products based on Chinese Government bonds; further notes that another north east company, Johnston Carmichael, was commended for growing to become the largest independent accountancy firm in Scotland; considers that this demonstrates the strength of the financial services sector in the north east, and wishes both companies well in all their future endeavours.

Supported by: David Torrance, Jamie McGrigor, Kenneth Gibson, Dennis Robertson, Richard Lyle, Adam Ingram, Kevin Stewart, Nanette Milne, Jenny Marra, Bob Doris

*S4M-01482 Colin Keir: Giant Pandas Arrive in Scotland—That the Parliament welcomes the arrival of Tian Tian and Yang Guang, a pair of giant pandas from the Sichuan Province of China, at Edinburgh Zoo on 4 December 2011; notes that Edinburgh is one of only eight zoos in the western hemisphere to care for this endangered species and that the animals will be on loan to the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland (RZSS) for 10 years, in which time it is expected that they could give birth to cubs; congratulates the RZSS for leading successful negotiations with Chinese officials, securing the loan of the pandas and for establishing closer relationships between Scotland and China in conservation and associated research; supports the RZSS in its initiative to provide funding to support giant panda conservation projects in the wild; believes that the loan symbolises the great and growing friendship between Scotland and China, and encourages people across Scotland to take advantage of the opportunity to visit the giant pandas in their new home.

Supported by: Bill Kidd, Christina McKelvie, Rob Gibson, Dennis Robertson, Kenneth Gibson, Margaret Burgess, Joan McAlpine, Mary Scanlon, Gordon MacDonald, Adam Ingram, Stuart McMillan, George Adam, Angus MacDonald, Roderick Campbell, Humza Yousaf, Annabelle Ewing, Graeme Dey, David Torrance, Chic Brodie, John Mason, Jackson Carlaw, Richard Lyle, Kevin Stewart

*S4M-01481 Bob Doris: Royal Strathclyde Blindcraft Industries—That the Parliament commends the work of the Royal Strathclyde Blindcraft Industries (RSBI) factory in Springburn, which cost-effectively produces furniture and furnishings for commercial and domestic use, thereby creating supported employment opportunities for disabled people; acknowledges the high incidence of unemployment among disabled people and hence the importance of the employment opportunities offered by this and similar projects, as well as their capacity to contribute to further skills and educational development of the workforce and others; highlights Article 19 of the public procurement directive, which allows for the exemption of contracts from the public tendering process where they are reserved for companies of which the workforce is 50% disabled or otherwise impaired, and encourages companies to rely on this article where appropriate and continue to create opportunities in supported workplaces.

Supported by: Adam Ingram, Stuart McMillan, Roderick Campbell, Kenneth Gibson, Annabelle Ewing, Dennis Robertson, Christina McKelvie, Rob Gibson, Bill Kidd, David Torrance, Chic Brodie, Sandra White, Humza Yousaf, John Mason, Richard Lyle, Kevin Stewart

Motions and amendments which have attracted additional support

S4M-01480 Congratulations to Gamu Nhengu and her Family ­(lodged on 01 December 2011) Gil Paterson, Dave Thompson, Neil Findlay, Patricia Ferguson, Jackie Baillie, David Torrance, Mike MacKenzie, Bob Doris, Roderick Campbell, John Park, Kevin Stewart, Derek Mackay, John Mason, Jenny Marra, Bill Kidd, Margaret Burgess

S4M-01478 Happy 40th Anniversary to NUS Scotland ­(lodged on 01 December 2011) Claudia Beamish, Malcolm Chisholm, Mike MacKenzie, John Mason, Jim Eadie, Maureen Watt, Angus MacDonald, John Pentland, Humza Yousaf, Patricia Ferguson, Liam McArthur, Kevin Stewart, Sarah Boyack, Dave Thompson, Neil Findlay, Mary Fee, John Park, Drew Smith, Anne McTaggart, Jim Hume, Christine Grahame, Kezia Dugdale

S4M-01477 Social Justice for Disability Campaigners ­(lodged on 01 December 2011) Dennis Robertson, Gil Paterson, Dave Thompson, Mike MacKenzie, Kevin Stewart, Derek Mackay, Joan McAlpine, Gordon MacDonald, Adam Ingram, Bill Kidd, Sandra White, Maureen Watt

S4M-01476 Congratulating By Storm on VOWS Award ­(lodged on 01 December 2011) Gil Paterson, Kenneth Gibson, Mike MacKenzie, Chic Brodie, Kevin Stewart, Dennis Robertson, Adam Ingram, Joan McAlpine, Humza Yousaf, Colin Beattie, Maureen Watt, Bill Kidd, Margaret Burgess

S4M-01475 Royston Big Lottery Fund Awards ­(lodged on 01 December 2011) Gil Paterson, Mike MacKenzie, Chic Brodie, Kevin Stewart, Dennis Robertson, Colin Beattie, Adam Ingram, Joan McAlpine, Humza Yousaf, Bill Kidd

S4M-01474 Carers Rights Day ­(lodged on 01 December 2011) Bob Doris, Gil Paterson, Claudia Beamish, Mike MacKenzie, John Mason, Angus MacDonald, Jim Eadie, Graeme Dey, Margaret Burgess, Humza Yousaf, James Dornan, Kevin Stewart, Bill Kidd, Dave Thompson, Neil Findlay, Mary Fee, Roderick Campbell, Stuart McMillan, Christina McKelvie, David Torrance, Aileen McLeod, Dennis Robertson, Rob Gibson, Kenneth Gibson, Adam Ingram

S4M-01473 Falkirk Environment Trust ­(lodged on 01 December 2011) Gil Paterson, John Wilson, Mike MacKenzie, Kevin Stewart, Joan McAlpine, Bill Kidd

S4M-01472 27th Anniversary of the Bhopal Gas Disaster ­(lodged on 01 December 2011) Gil Paterson, Dave Thompson, Kenneth Gibson, Roderick Campbell, Bill Kidd, Christina McKelvie, Margaret Burgess

S4M-01471 23rd Annual World AIDS Day ­(lodged on 01 December 2011) Elaine Smith, Dave Thompson, Aileen McLeod, Claudia Beamish, Richard Simpson, Kevin Stewart, Chic Brodie, Clare Adamson, Joan McAlpine, Christina McKelvie

S4M-01470 ABCUL Scottish Conference, Sharing the Secret ­(lodged on 01 December 2011) Malcolm Chisholm, Gil Paterson, Chic Brodie, Neil Findlay, Dave Thompson, Claudia Beamish, Kenneth Gibson, Kevin Stewart, Bill Kidd, Margaret Burgess, Kezia Dugdale

S4M-01468 Waterfront Gym UK Local Authority Gym of the Year ­(lodged on 01 December 2011) Kevin Stewart, Joan McAlpine

S4M-01466 Lottery Funding for West Scotland ­(lodged on 01 December 2011) Kevin Stewart, Joan McAlpine

S4M-01465 Centenary of Whithorn Library ­(lodged on 01 December 2011) Gil Paterson, Kenneth Gibson, John Scott, Kevin Stewart, Bill Kidd

S4M-01463 Launch of PNH Scotland ­(lodged on 01 December 2011) Dave Thompson, Kevin Stewart, Maureen Watt

S4M-01460 Fear Rules in Gambia ­(lodged on 01 December 2011) Bob Doris, Elaine Smith, Dave Thompson, Roderick Campbell, Margaret Burgess

S4M-01459 Borders College Renewables Training Centre at Hawick Campus ­(lodged on 01 December 2011) John Wilson, Aileen McLeod, Roderick Campbell, Joan McAlpine, Margaret Burgess

S4M-01457 Haven Recycle ­(lodged on 01 December 2011) Gil Paterson, James Dornan, Kevin Stewart, Chic Brodie, Joan McAlpine, Adam Ingram

S4M-01456 Paired Reading Scheme is Project of the Year ­(lodged on 01 December 2011) Kevin Stewart

S4M-01455 Fiftieth Anniversary of West Papuan Declaration of Independence ­(lodged on 01 December 2011) Dave Thompson, Angus MacDonald, Roderick Campbell, Joan McAlpine, Margaret Burgess

S4M-01454 Glasgow’s International Financial District ­(lodged on 30 November 2011) Dave Thompson, John Wilson, Derek Mackay, Maureen Watt, Kevin Stewart, Chic Brodie, Joan McAlpine

S4M-01453 Pre-Championship Title for Highland Dance ­(lodged on 30 November 2011) Christina McKelvie

S4M-01452 Loch Arthur Community – BBC Food Producer of the Year ­(lodged on 30 November 2011) Claudia Beamish, Kevin Stewart

S4M-01451 Supporting Amnesty International’s Write for Rights Campaign ­(lodged on 30 November 2011) Elaine Smith, Claudia Beamish, Angus MacDonald, Kevin Stewart, Chic Brodie, Joan McAlpine, Dave Thompson, Kezia Dugdale

S4M-01448 Vote, Vote, Vote for Strathpeffer, Portobello and Leith ­(lodged on 01 December 2011) Graeme Dey, Dave Thompson, John Wilson, Maureen Watt, Roderick Campbell, Kevin Stewart, Chic Brodie, Joan McAlpine, Malcolm Chisholm

S4M-01444 Increasing Understanding of Radiotherapy ­(lodged on 29 November 2011) Malcolm Chisholm, Annabelle Ewing, Bill Kidd

S4M-01442 Congratulations to the Friends of the Birks Cinema ­(lodged on 29 November 2011) Roderick Campbell

S4M-01441 NHS Fife Launches a New Smoking Prevention Initiative ­(lodged on 29 November 2011) Bill Kidd, Dave Thompson, Christina McKelvie

S4M-01438 Recognition of Old Rayne Primary School for Green Flag Award ­(lodged on 28 November 2011) Annabelle Ewing, Bill Kidd

S4M-01437 125 Years of the Crofters Act ­(lodged on 28 November 2011) Bill Kidd

S4M-01435 Ferries Report ­(lodged on 28 November 2011) Claudia Beamish

S4M-01434 Celebrate Terra Madre Day ­(lodged on 28 November 2011) Bill Kidd, Dave Thompson

S4M-01432 East Kilbride Shines at Education Oscars ­(lodged on 28 November 2011) Aileen McLeod, Bob Doris, Margaret McCulloch, Margaret Burgess

S4M-01431 Tribute to Steve Robertson ­(lodged on 28 November 2011) Angus MacDonald

S4M-01430 BSW Investment ­(lodged on 28 November 2011) Bill Kidd, Helen Eadie

S4M-01429 10 Years of VCA Targeting Inequality and Promoting Volunteering as a Way of Life ­(lodged on 28 November 2011) Angus MacDonald, Bill Kidd, Mark McDonald

S4M-01428 Carnoustie and District Youth Brass Band Leading the Way ­(lodged on 25 November 2011) Annabelle Ewing, Maureen Watt

S4M-01425 Cumbernauld Resident to Undertake Everest Trek to Support St Andrews Hospice ­(lodged on 25 November 2011) Kevin Stewart, Joan McAlpine

S4M-01412 The Sinai Sisters ­(lodged on 23 November 2011) Maureen Watt

S4M-01405 Celtic Festival Barbados ­(lodged on 22 November 2011) Maureen Watt

S4M-01400 Raising Ethical and Professional Standards in Banking ­(lodged on 22 November 2011) Maureen Watt, Roderick Campbell

S4M-01354 Harry Benson, New York New York ­(lodged on 16 November 2011) Roderick Campbell, Sandra White, Christina McKelvie, Murdo Fraser, Rob Gibson, Kenneth Gibson, James Dornan, Adam Ingram, David Torrance, Angus MacDonald, John Mason, Jamie McGrigor, Jackson Carlaw, Kevin Stewart, Richard Lyle, Alex Fergusson

S4M-01284 Community Benefit and the Cumulative Impact of Windfarm Developments in Communities ­(lodged on 08 November 2011) John Lamont

S4M-01268 Violence Against Women ­(lodged on 08 November 2011) Elaine Smith

S4M-01241 Scotland to Norway Ferry ­(lodged on 03 November 2011) Helen Eadie

S4M-00988 Threat to Construction Industry National Agreements ­(lodged on 30 September 2011) Duncan McNeil

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