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 A motion or amendment is live if it has not been debated, withdrawn or otherwise deleted from the list.

Where a motion or amendment has been withdrawn, it is indicated in this section the day after it has been withdrawn.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-01540 Stewart Stevenson: Scottish Natural Heritage Code of Practice on Deer Management—That the Rural Affairs, Climate Change and Environment Committee recommends that the Scottish Natural Heritage Code of Practice on Deer Management be approved.

Supported by: Richard Lochhead*

*S4M-01539 Annabelle Ewing: Gold Star For Education in Fife—That the Parliament congratulates Fife Council’s education service on its achievement of a European Foundation of Quality Management 5-star (Gold) Level award; appreciates the journey toward excellence that it considers the service in Fife has travelled since 2007; recognises the work done across the service and in Fife schools to improve the quality of education, and believes that this has helped to secure both this 5-star award and the recognition of Fife as the most improved education authority in Scotland.

*S4M-01538 George Adam: Community Award for Paisley on the Web—That the Parliament congratulates Paisley on the web,, on winning £6,000 through the RBS Community Force Awards; recognises the hard work of all those involved with the project, which promotes Paisley, the events held there and the vibrancy and energy associated with the town, and wishes the project every success in the future, which it considers will be helped by this injection of funds.

Supported by: Willie Coffey*, Humza Yousaf*, Joan McAlpine*, Annabelle Ewing*, Bill Kidd*, Neil Bibby*, Adam Ingram*, Rob Gibson*

*S4M-01537 Colin Beattie: Parent Council Awarded for Outdoor Classroom—That the Parliament congratulates Musselburgh Grammar School Parent Council on receiving £3,550 as part of the Big Lottery Fund’s Awards for All; understands that the award will be used to develop an unused area of the school grounds to create an outdoor classroom including benches, chairs, art equipment, planters, composts and plants; appreciates the dedication of Musselburgh Grammar School’s Parent Council, and wishes it success in its future endeavours.

*S4M-01536 Shona Robison: London Olympic Games and Paralympic Games (Advertising and Trading) (Scotland) Regulations 2011 [draft]—That the Health and Sport Committee recommends that the London Olympic Games and Paralympic Games (Advertising and Trading) (Scotland) Regulations 2011 [draft] be approved.

Supported by: Nicola Sturgeon*

*S4M-01535 Colin Beattie: Women’s Aid Awarded for Art Activities—That the Parliament congratulates Women’s Aid (Midlothian) Ltd in Dalkeith on its recent award of £10,000 from the Big Lottery Fund as part of the Awards for All scheme; understands that it will run a 16-week arts activities programme for women who have experienced or are experiencing domestic abuse; understands that the money will enable the beneficiaries to work with a professional artist to explore their experiences and tell their individual stories through different art forms; appreciates what it sees as Women’s Aid (Midlothian) Ltd’s dedication to the women of Midlothian, and wishes it success in conducting its new programme.

*S4M-01534 Rob Gibson: Arctic Convoy Veterans Deserve UK Medals—That the Parliament calls for the UK Minister for Veterans, Andrew Robathan, to be sacked following what it considers the deplorable comments he made in a Westminster Hall debate about some of the bravest veterans in recent history; condemns, in the strongest possible terms, Mr Robathan’s comments on the striking of a medal for the veterans of Russian Arctic convoys from 1941 to 1945, which he compared with medals issued by authoritarian regimes such as those of Saddam Hussein, Colonel Gaddafi and the government of North Korea; reiterates its welcome of the medals that have already been issued to survivors of the Arctic convoys by the Russian Federation Government in recent years; considers that Mr Robathan’s remarks are a disgraceful slur on the bravery shown by every single participant who undertook what Winston Churchill called the most dangerous journey in the world; further reiterates that cross-party support has been exemplified in debates and motions for such a medal to be struck to honour those that remain, who risked their lives for the Allied war effort, and considers that it is not the role of a government minister, especially one who is the Minister for Veterans, to demean and trivialise the survivors’ efforts to extract the delivery of a promise made by the Conservative Party while in opposition.

*S4M-01533 Roderick Campbell: Pittenweem Pharmacy Charity Single—That the Parliament congratulates what it considers to be the innovative fundraising campaign by Pittenweem Pharmacy in creating a song, and music video, which aims to be the Christmas number one single; applauds the effort of the staff and manager of the pharmacy in this; considers its achievements of being in the top 30 comedy songs on iTunes within 24 hours of release and having thousands of views on YouTube to be impressive; understands that the money raised will be donated to two local charitable causes, East Neuk Wheelchair Appeal and RNLI Anstruther, and hopes that sales of the single will rival those of the 2011 X Factor winner and the Military Wives’ Choir this Christmas.

Supported by: Kenneth Gibson*, Mark McDonald*, Bill Kidd*, Humza Yousaf*, Dennis Robertson*, Chic Brodie*, Annabelle Ewing*, Margaret Burgess*, Rob Gibson*, Adam Ingram*, Richard Lyle*

*S4M-01532♦ Jamie McGrigor: Designation of Special Areas of Conservation—That the Parliament notes with alarm concerns expressed by local communities in the Western Isles regarding procedures and scientific data used by Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) for designating special areas of conservation (SAC) in East Mingulay and the Sound of Barra; notes that these concerns were highlighted by a recent petition to the Public Petitions Committee that was lodged on 23 November 2011; notes that the concerns were assessed by SNH, which, in the case of the East Mingulay consultation process, deemed them to be unfounded, and notes that the designation process is continuing for both sites, despite continuing local concerns and what it understands to be government-sponsored evidence of substantial economic damage and little quantifiable benefit as a result of SAC status.

Supported by: Liz Smith*, Nanette Milne*, Murdo Fraser*

*S4M-01531 Dennis Robertson: Braemar Community and St Margaret’s Episcopal Church—That the Parliament recognises what it considers the hard work, dedication and community spirit of the residents of Braemar, who, in addition to having the only locally run castle in the country, are now embarking on another project to bring St Margaret’s Episcopal Church in Braemar back to life; considers that the church is a magnificent example of the work of Aberdeen-born architect Sir J Ninian Comper and that it is widely regarded as one of the finest places of worship in Scotland; wishes the residents success in the fundraising evening of candlelit music on 23 December 2011, organised by Bishop Bob Gillies, and in their application to secure funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund.

Supported by: Margaret Burgess*, Joan McAlpine*, John Wilson*, Dennis Robertson*, Bill Kidd*, Rob Gibson*, Roderick Campbell*, James Dornan*, Maureen Watt*, Kenneth Gibson*, Mark McDonald*, Chic Brodie*, Annabelle Ewing*, Richard Lyle*

*S4M-01530 Kevin Stewart: Grampian Housing Association SMART Financial Inclusion and Early Intervention—That the Parliament welcomes the Big Lottery Fund’s award to Grampian Housing Association SMART Financial Inclusion and Early Intervention project of £407,627; notes that the association aims to improve financial inclusion and ensure that tenants’ incomes are maximised, and believes that the poorest in society face the highest charges for energy and services because they are excluded from mainstream banks.

Supported by: Adam Ingram*, Maureen Watt*, Kenneth Gibson*, Humza Yousaf*, Margaret Burgess*, Dennis Robertson*, Richard Lyle*, Bill Kidd*, James Dornan*, Mark McDonald*, Mike MacKenzie*

*S4M-01529 Joe FitzPatrick: Fire Brigades Union Equipment from Dundee Arrives in Nablus—That the Parliament congratulates the Fire Brigades Union (FBU) on successfully delivering an out-of-service fire engine, 150 sets of fire kit, 20 sets of breathing apparatus, 80 fire helmets and leather fire boots as well as 100 pairs of fire gauntlets, all of which were generously donated to Dundee’s twin city, Nablus; notes the vital role played by Jim Malone, Gavin Barrie, John Docherty, Dave Kay and Steve Harman of the FBU who made the 2,500 mile journey across Europe; acknowledges the role played by Adly Yaish, the Mayor of Nablus, in enabling the engine to complete its journey from Haifa to Nablus, as well as what it believes was the indispensable support provided by Histadrut, the Palestinian General Federation of Trade Unions and the Nablus Municipality Fire Department in facilitating the delivery of what it understands is this much-needed equipment, and hopes to see further collaboration between Dundee and Nablus over the years to come for the benefit of the citizens of both cities.

Supported by: Adam Ingram*, Drew Smith*, John Finnie*, Humza Yousaf*, Rob Gibson*, Margaret Burgess*, Jenny Marra*, Mark McDonald*, Neil Findlay*, Dennis Robertson*, Bill Kidd*, Christina McKelvie*, Roderick Campbell*, James Dornan*, Mike MacKenzie*, Annabelle Ewing*, Chic Brodie*, Graeme Dey*

*S4M-01528 Margaret Mitchell: Motherwell FC Helps to Promote Internet Safety—That the Parliament welcomes the development by Motherwell FC in partnership with North Lanarkshire Council of a new interactive website that highlights the importance of internet safety to children; notes that the site was developed as part of the club’s community programme in collaboration with the council’s child protection team; acknowledges that the site provides children with five golden rules to stay safe online and gives advice and tips on social networks, chat rooms and how to handle cyber-bullying; further notes that the message of internet safety will be delivered to all North Lanarkshire primary schools as part of Motherwell FC’s community coaches programme; considers that this is an innovative method of raising awareness of the importance of staying safe online using children’s interest in football, and hopes that this initiative will encourage other local authorities to look into developing similar local campaigns to raise awareness of what it believes is a vitally important issue.

Supported by: John Lamont*, Jamie McGrigor*, Nanette Milne*, Liz Smith*, Michael McMahon*, Margaret Burgess*

*S4M-01527 Elaine Murray: George Osborne’s Attack on Wildlife—That the Parliament notes with concern the comments of the Chancellor of the Exchequer to the effect that European rules to protect internationally important wildlife habitats have been gold-plated in the UK and that this places ridiculous costs on business; notes that Lord Davidson QC’s review of implementation of EU legislation, which reported in 2006, found no evidence that the EC Habitats Directive is over-implemented in the UK and that allegations of gold-plating are frequently simplistic and misconceived; further notes the conclusion of the UK National Ecosystem Assessment that “the natural world, its biodiversity and its constituent ecosystems are critically important to our well-being and economic prosperity, but are consistently undervalued in conventional economic analyses and decision making”; believes that Scottish nature conservation and the Scottish economy would be damaged by a weakening of habitat protection in England, and urges the Scottish Government to ensure that the spirit and letter of European wildlife rules are applied in Scotland and to commit to ensuring that Scotland meets its commitments under international nature conservation law.

Supported by: Hanzala Malik*, Drew Smith*, Richard Lyle*, John Park*, Patricia Ferguson*, Neil Findlay*, David Torrance*, Hugh Henry*

*S4M-01526.1 Gavin Brown: Regulatory Framework—As an amendment to motion S4M-01526 in the name of Fergus Ewing (Regulatory Framework), insert at end “; further notes that the Regulatory Review Group’s Annual Report 2011 found that Business and Regulatory Impact Assessments (BRIA) have been used in respect of 80% of primary legislation and 57% of secondary legislation since April 2010, and calls on the Scottish Government to increase the use of BRIAs for legislation and regulation and to explain why it has not carried out a BRIA on either the proposed retail levy or the reform of empty property relief on business rates.”

*S4M-01526.2 Rhoda Grant: Regulatory Framework—As an amendment to motion S4M-01526 in the name of Fergus Ewing (Regulatory Framework), insert at end ", supports regulation that encourages equal opportunities, and calls on the Scottish Government to bring forward its proposed sustainable procurement bill."

*S4M-01523.1 Jackie Baillie: Violence against Women, Focusing on Prevention as a Means to an End—As an amendment to motion S4M-01523 in the name of Michael Matheson (Violence Against Women, Focusing on Prevention as a Means to an End), after "victims" insert “building on the work taken forward under the previous Labour/Liberal Democrat administration that was informed and shaped by the views and experiences of a wide range of women’s organisations including enacting the Protection from Abuse (Scotland) Act 2001 and the Female Genital Mutilation (Scotland) Act 2005, the establishment of a National Group to Address Domestic Abuse in Scotland and a comprehensive national strategy, including substantially increased funding and a groundbreaking advertising campaign aimed at changing wider public attitudes as well as encouraging reporting of abuse”.

*S4M-01513 Graeme Dey: 100 Years of Arbroath’s Edwardian Railway Station—That the Parliament welcomes the 100th anniversary of the opening of the present-day Arbroath railway station on Christmas Eve in 1911, which replaced the former structure that had been one of the three stations that had served the town until 1848; considers that, over its lifetime, the historic Edwardian building has absorbed many episodes of change in Scottish history including watching trains carry soldiers to and from their respective fates in the first and second world wars, providing safe passage for many families from all over the UK to summer holiday destinations along the east coast of Scotland and providing businesses and commuters with a regular freight and passenger service around the rest of Scotland; praises the fact that rail transport continues to be available to the people of coastal Angus; expresses the hope that historic railway stations across the country continue to be seen as well-loved symbols of the age of steam and industry and the burgeoning of the tourist industry in Scotland, and encourages people to continue to use the railway to ensure that these prominent civic buildings are preserved and utilised for generations to come.

Supported by: Margaret Burgess*, Colin Beattie*, Kenneth Gibson*, Bill Kidd*, Dennis Robertson*, Roderick Campbell*, Richard Lyle*, Annabelle Ewing*, Mike MacKenzie*, Maureen Watt*, David Torrance*, Adam Ingram*, Rob Gibson*, Gil Paterson*

S4M-01435 John Finnie: Ferries Report—That the Parliament welcomes the Scottish Government’s investment in support of the ferry industry; considers that there must be value for money in delivering publicly funded services; notes the report by senior lecturer Jeanette Findlay regarding ferry services in Scotland and believes that this is a valuable contribution to the Scottish Government’s ongoing Scottish Ferries Review; notes that the report argued that there is no evidence of services not being run efficiently and that quality standards are high and rising; further notes the report’s claims that higher standards would be more easily retained in the context of a larger operator holding the contract for all Clyde, Hebrides and Northern Isles routes and that single operators are unlikely to be able to offer the same degree of quality and safety training of employees at the same cost due to a lack of economies of scale; also notes that the report argues that the private sector is in no better position than the public sector to charter specialist vessels required to replace ageing ships, and believes that retaining the integrated Clyde and Hebrides ferry network in the public sector would safeguard the quality of the services and maritime skills.

*S4M-01435.1 Margaret McDougall: Ferries Report—As an amendment to motion S4M-01435 in the name of John Finnie (Ferries Report), insert at end "; however notes with concern that this does not appear to be the direction of travel for the Firth of Clyde ferry routes, which appear to be under threat of privatisation; considers that this could lead to fare increases and the fragmentation and deregulation of the services as it considers has happened where other transport links and vital but non-profitable routes have been shut down, and requests that the Scottish Government considers this report carefully when making its decision on the Firth of Clyde and all other publicly owned ferry routes.”

Motions and amendments which have attracted additional support

S4M-01525 Strathclyde New Opportunities Fund ­(lodged on 06 December 2011) Jenny Marra*, Sarah Boyack*, Mike MacKenzie*, Jackie Baillie*, Neil Findlay*, Neil Bibby*, Anne McTaggart*, Hanzala Malik*, Margaret McCulloch*, Patricia Ferguson*

S4M-01521 Renfrewshire Women’s Association, Wear Your White Ribbon (lodged on 06 December 2011) Jenny Marra*, Mike MacKenzie*, Jackie Baillie*, Drew Smith*, Bill Kidd*, Anne McTaggart*, Neil Findlay*, Richard Lyle*

S4M-01516 Parents ‘n’ Tots Awarded ­(lodged on 06 December 2011) Richard Lyle*, Mark McDonald*, David Torrance*, Joan McAlpine*, Mike MacKenzie*, Bill Kidd*, Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-01515 Alny Graham Retiring after 40 Years of Service ­(lodged on 06 December 2011) Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-01514 Mayfield and Easthouse Youth 2000 Project Awarded ­(lodged on 06 December 2011) Richard Lyle*, Humza Yousaf*, David Torrance*, Joan McAlpine*, Mike MacKenzie*, Bill Kidd*, Jamie Hepburn*, Adam Ingram*

S4M-01512 Finnish Independence Day ­(lodged on 06 December 2011) Colin Beattie*, Joan McAlpine*, Aileen Campbell*, Mark McDonald*, John Mason*, Bob Doris*, Jean Urquhart*, Maureen Watt*, Mike MacKenzie*, Adam Ingram*, Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-01511 Cupar, Best Adopted Station 2011 ­(lodged on 06 December 2011) Jamie McGrigor*, Joan McAlpine*, Mark McDonald*, Mike MacKenzie*, Bill Kidd*, Jamie Hepburn*, Adam Ingram*, David Torrance*

S4M-01509 Supporting Healthy Choices ­(lodged on 06 December 2011) Margaret Burgess*

S4M-01508 Turner Prize 2011 ­(lodged on 06 December 2011) Adam Ingram*, Chic Brodie*, Joan McAlpine*, Joe FitzPatrick*, Jean Urquhart*, James Dornan*, Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-01507 No Place for Hate, LGBT Hate Crime in Education ­(lodged on 06 December 2011) Dennis Robertson*, Mark McDonald*, Linda Fabiani*, Joan McAlpine*, Jackie Baillie*, Christine Grahame*, Alison McInnes*, Jamie Hepburn*, James Dornan*, Patricia Ferguson*

S4M-01506 Selfless Effort Ensuring Scotland Stays Open for Business ­(lodged on 06 December 2011) Colin Beattie*, Chic Brodie*, John Mason*, Joan McAlpine*, Roderick Campbell*, Christine Grahame*, Adam Ingram*, James Dornan*, Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-01505 A Democratic Future for Gaza ­(lodged on 06 December 2011) Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-01504 Scottish Success at 2011 Turner Prize ­(lodged on 06 December 2011) Colin Beattie*, Joan McAlpine*, Joe FitzPatrick*, Bob Doris*, Maureen Watt*, Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-01502 Congratulations to Martin Boyce, Winner of the Turner Prize ­(lodged on 06 December 2011) Joan McAlpine*, Mark McDonald*, Joe FitzPatrick*, John Mason*, Bob Doris*, Adam Ingram*, Richard Lyle*, James Dornan*, Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-01500 Reimbursement of Members’ Expenses Scheme ­(lodged on 05 December 2011) Mary Scanlon*, David Stewart*

S4M-01499 World Pipe Band Championships ­(lodged on 05 December 2011) Adam Ingram*, Mark McDonald*, Joan McAlpine*, Roderick Campbell*, David Torrance*, Jamie Hepburn*, Elaine Smith*

S4M-01498 Glasgow to Host World Pipe Band Championships ­(lodged on 05 December 2011) Jamie Hepburn*, Elaine Smith*

S4M-01497 Restoration of Flights Between Glasgow and Lahore ­(lodged on 05 December 2011) Aileen McLeod*, Mark McDonald*, Jackson Carlaw*, Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-01495 Golden Twits for Orkney Library and Archive ­(lodged on 05 December 2011) Jackie Baillie*, Jean Urquhart*, Fiona McLeod*, Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-01493 70th Anniversary of the Day that will Live in Infamy ­(lodged on 05 December 2011) Joan McAlpine*, Roderick Campbell*, Bob Doris*, Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-01492 Scotch Whisky’s Record Export Value ­(lodged on 05 December 2011) Adam Ingram*, Gil Paterson*, John Park*, Annabelle Ewing*, Mark McDonald*, Joan McAlpine*, Roderick Campbell*, Bob Doris*, Jean Urquhart*, David Torrance*, Jamie Hepburn*, Paul Wheelhouse*

S4M-01491 Congratulations to Mr Ronnie McIntosh ­(lodged on 05 December 2011) Gil Paterson*, Dennis Robertson*, Mark McDonald*, Jamie Hepburn*, Richard Simpson*

S4M-01490 Colin Robertson, Chief Executive of Alexander Dennis Receives Entrepreneur of the Year Award ­(lodged on 05 December 2011) Adam Ingram*, Mark McDonald*, Joan McAlpine*, James Dornan*, Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-01489 British Sign Language ­(lodged on 05 December 2011) Gil Paterson*, Dennis Robertson*, Jean Urquhart*, Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-01488 Camglen Radio ­(lodged on 05 December 2011) Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-01487 Environmental Research Award ­(lodged on 05 December 2011) Gil Paterson*, David Torrance*, Joan McAlpine*, Roderick Campbell*, Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-01486 Moorpark Parent Support Group Big Lottery Funding ­(lodged on 05 December 2011) Gil Paterson*, Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-01485 BBC Must Sack Jeremy Clarkson ­(lodged on 05 December 2011) Gil Paterson*

S4M-01484 Green Energy Award for Udny ­(lodged on 05 December 2011) Gil Paterson*, Joan McAlpine*, Jean Urquhart*, Alison McInnes*, Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-01483 North East Success at Scottish Financial Services Awards ­(lodged on 05 December 2011) Gil Paterson*, Joan McAlpine*, Roderick Campbell*, Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-01482 Giant Pandas Arrive in Scotland ­(lodged on 05 December 2011) Gil Paterson*, Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-01481 Royal Strathclyde Blindcraft Industries ­(lodged on 05 December 2011) Gil Paterson*, Maureen Watt*, Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-01480 Congratulations to Gamu Nhengu and her Family ­(lodged on 01 December 2011) Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-01478 Happy 40th Anniversary to NUS Scotland ­(lodged on 01 December 2011) Joan McAlpine*, Jean Urquhart*, Alison McInnes*, Jamie Hepburn*, Richard Simpson*

S4M-01477 Social Justice for Disability Campaigners ­(lodged on 01 December 2011) Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-01476 Congratulating By Storm on VOWS Award ­(lodged on 01 December 2011) Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-01475 Royston Big Lottery Fund Awards ­(lodged on 01 December 2011) Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-01474 Carers Rights Day ­(lodged on 01 December 2011) Joan McAlpine*, Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-01472 27th Anniversary of the Bhopal Gas Disaster ­(lodged on 01 December 2011) Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-01471 23rd Annual World AIDS Day ­(lodged on 01 December 2011) Jackson Carlaw*, Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-01470 ABCUL Scottish Conference, Sharing the Secret ­(lodged on 01 December 2011) Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-01469 The Safest City in the UK ­(lodged on 01 December 2011) Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-01468 Waterfront Gym UK Local Authority Gym of the Year ­(lodged on 01 December 2011) Annabel Goldie*, Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-01467 Gairloch Wins Gaelic Debate ­(lodged on 01 December 2011) Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-01466 Lottery Funding for West Scotland ­(lodged on 01 December 2011) Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-01465 Centenary of Whithorn Library ­(lodged on 01 December 2011) Annabel Goldie*, Jean Urquhart*, Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-01463 Launch of PNH Scotland ­(lodged on 01 December 2011) Jackson Carlaw*, Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-01462 North Lanarkshire Muslim Women and Family Alliance ­(lodged on 01 December 2011) Jamie Hepburn*, Elaine Smith*, Humza Yousaf*, Bob Doris*, Dennis Robertson*, Adam Ingram*, Michael McMahon*, Sandra White*, Rob Gibson*, Roderick Campbell*, Richard Lyle*, Bill Kidd*, Christina McKelvie*, James Dornan*, Mike MacKenzie*

S4M-01461 East Wemyss Bowling Club ­(lodged on 01 December 2011) Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-01460 Fear Rules in Gambia ­(lodged on 01 December 2011) Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-01459 Borders College Renewables Training Centre at Hawick Campus (lodged on 01 December 2011) Jean Urquhart*, Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-01458 Voscars Volunteer of the Year Award ­(lodged on 01 December 2011) Jamie Hepburn*, Maureen Watt*, Elaine Smith*, Humza Yousaf*, Bob Doris*, Dennis Robertson*, Adam Ingram*, Sandra White*, Rob Gibson*, Kenneth Gibson*, Richard Lyle*, Annabelle Ewing*, Bill Kidd*, James Dornan*, Mike MacKenzie*, Chic Brodie*

S4M-01457 Haven Recycle ­(lodged on 01 December 2011) Annabel Goldie*, Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-01456 Paired Reading Scheme is Project of the Year ­(lodged on 01 December 2011) Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-01452 Loch Arthur Community – BBC Food Producer of the Year ­(lodged on 30 November 2011) Kevin Stewart*, Annabel Goldie*, Joan McAlpine*

S4M-01451 Supporting Amnesty International’s Write for Rights Campaign (lodged on 30 November 2011) Jean Urquhart*, Alison McInnes*

S4M-01444 Increasing Understanding of Radiotherapy ­(lodged on 29 November 2011) Jackson Carlaw*

S4M-01436 Importance of Preservation of Scotland’s Historic Houses ­(lodged on 28 November 2011) Aileen McLeod*

S4M-01434 Celebrate Terra Madre Day ­(lodged on 28 November 2011) Aileen McLeod*

S4M-01413 Dyslexia and Us ­(lodged on 23 November 2011) Annabel Goldie*

S4M-01394 Human Trafficking in Scotland ­(lodged on 21 November 2011) Annabelle Ewing*

S4M-01354 Harry Benson, New York New York ­(lodged on 16 November 2011) Joan McAlpine*, Gil Paterson*

S4M-01071 Stoning ­(lodged on 13 October 2011) Annabelle Ewing*

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