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 A motion or amendment is live if it has not been debated, withdrawn or otherwise deleted from the list.

Where a motion or amendment has been withdrawn, it is indicated in this section the day after it has been withdrawn.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-13105 John Finnie: Caithness Shinty Club—That the Parliament congratulates Caithness Shinty Club on its victory over the English national team in a challenge match at St Andrews; welcomes what it sees as the increased reach and visibility of the sport across Scotland and the rest of the UK; looks forward to many more such cross-border matches; expresses hope that these will encourage the further uptake of shinty in England; notes that Caithness Shinty Club will play its first Camanachd Association-sanctioned match on 16 May 2015 in Thurso; understands that this will be the most northerly shinty match ever played, and wishes the Caithness club success for the years ahead.

Supported by: Kevin Stewart*, Mike MacKenzie*, Rob Gibson*, Jean Urquhart, David Stewart

S4M-13104 Bill Kidd: Women’s Interfaith Fair in Coordination with Refugee Festival Scotland 2015—That the Parliament wishes the Women’s Interfaith Fair the very best of luck for its lunch event on 17 June 2015; notes that the event is part of the celebrations taking place across Scotland during Refugee Festival Scotland 2015 and will take place at the St Francis Centre in Cumberland Street in Glasgow, and understands that the week of events is coordinated by the Scottish Refugee Council, which is celebrating 30 years of working on behalf of refugees in Scotland, and sponsored by Woman of Faith, Interfaith Glasgow, Interfaith Scotland and the Refugee Festival Scotland.

S4M-13102 Christina McKelvie: TTIP—That the Parliament welcomes the reported statement by the senior UN official, Alfred de Zayas, in which he called for the suspension of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) negotiations; understands that he argued that the agreement would undermine human rights and democracy and allow companies to appeal against regulation or legislation that depress their profits; believes that he also suggested that similar trade agreements had allowed major corporations to succeed in blocking government policies with the support of secret arbitration; understands that the TTIP’s investment state dispute settlement scheme would establish a separate legal system for the benefit of multinational corporations, and hopes that the EU will listen carefully to what Mr de Zayas has suggested and take on board his concerns.

Supported by: Kevin Stewart, Mike MacKenzie, Rob Gibson, Jean Urquhart, Richard Lyle, Graeme Dey, Joan McAlpine, Bill Kidd, Patrick Harvie, Gil Paterson

S4M-13101 John Swinney: Inquiries into Fatal Accidents and Sudden Deaths etc. (Scotland) Bill: Financial Resolution—That the Parliament, for the purposes of any Act of the Scottish Parliament resulting from the Inquiries into Fatal Accidents and Sudden Deaths etc. (Scotland) Bill, agrees to any expenditure of a kind referred to in Rule 9.12.3(b) of the Standing Orders arising in consequence of the Act.

S4M-13100 Cara Hilton: Bold Gadgets Indiegogo Campaign—That the Parliament welcomes the launch of the Palestinian start-up company, Bold Gadgets; notes that its founders, Ismat Tuffaha and Lama Mansour, are former students of An-Najah University in Nablus; recognises what it sees as the strong links that have been created by the social and academic twinning of Nablus and Dundee; celebrates what can be achieved when communities and nations stand in solidarity with the people of Palestine, and wishes Ismat and Lama well with the Bold Gadgets Indiegogo campaign, which will be launched across the world on 19 May 2015.

Supported by: Kevin Stewart, Margaret McCulloch, Jean Urquhart, Anne McTaggart, Hanzala Malik, Patricia Ferguson

S4M-13099 Colin Beattie: Lasswade Rugby Club’s Mini Section Awarded £2,000—That the Parliament congratulates Lasswade Rugby Club’s mini section on receiving funding of £2,000 from Asda’s Carrier Bags Community Grants scheme; understands that the club plans to use the funding to provide commemorative t-shirts to primary school age children at its annual rugby tournament on 3 May 2015; considers that such promotion of the sport helps children enjoy being fit at an early age, and wishes the club well going forward.

Supported by: Kevin Stewart, Mike MacKenzie, Bill Kidd, Richard Lyle, Dennis Robertson, Chic Brodie, Rob Gibson, David Torrance, Stuart McMillan, Joan McAlpine, Adam Ingram

S4M-13098 Cara Hilton: Dunfermline Primary Schools Reach Euro Final—That the Parliament congratulates St Margaret’s and Pittencrieff primary schools in Dunfermline on what it considers an impressive achievement in becoming national finalists in the 2015 Euroquiz; understands that the schools faced competition from other Fife schools to reach the final and will follow in the footsteps of the 2015 winners, Crossford Primary School; congratulates the Scottish European Educational Trust on running what it considers this fantastic quiz for P6 pupils, which aims to assist them in developing their knowledge of Europe and the EU; notes that the competition will take place from 1.00 to 3.00 pm in the debating chamber on 11 May, and wishes all the pupils participating the very best of luck.

Supported by: Kevin Stewart, Mike MacKenzie, Richard Simpson, Margaret McCulloch, Jayne Baxter, Anne McTaggart, Hanzala Malik, David Stewart, Murdo Fraser, Dennis Robertson, Richard Lyle, Patricia Ferguson

S4M-13097 Gil Paterson: MBE Honour for Sister Rita—That the Parliament recognises what it considers the exemplary work of Sister Rita in her dedicated devotion to looking after people who are near the end of life and in need of first-class palliative care as well as the care of long-term frail older people that St Margaret of Scotland Hospice in Clydebank delivers to all faiths and none, which is the hallmark of Sister Rita’s achievements so readily recognised by the Queen in appointing her an MBE, and joins with many, many others who have first-hand knowledge, having had loved ones cared for at St Margaret’s, to wish Sister Rita continuing success for the future and to congratulate her in receiving the well-deserved MBE.

Supported by: Jackson Carlaw, Richard Simpson, Colin Beattie, Adam Ingram, Dennis Robertson, Anne McTaggart, Jackie Baillie, Richard Lyle, Kevin Stewart, Mike MacKenzie, Rob Gibson, Chic Brodie, Margaret Mitchell, Stuart McMillan, Bill Kidd, Joan McAlpine

S4M-13096 Colin Beattie: Midlothian Association of Play Awarded £1,500—That the Parliament congratulates Midlothian Association of Play on receiving £1,500 from Asda’s Carrier Bags Community Grants scheme; understands that the group intends to use this funding to contribute to the cost of holding a one day play day event in Midlothian, with 1,000 people anticipated to attend; notes that the group works to improve and increase children’s opportunity to play to benefit children’s health, wellbeing and development, and wishes the group well going forward.

Supported by: Adam Ingram, Dennis Robertson, Richard Lyle, Kevin Stewart, Mike MacKenzie, Rob Gibson, Roderick Campbell, Bill Kidd, Joan McAlpine, Chic Brodie

S4M-13095 Colin Beattie: Steps to Inclusion Awarded £20,000—That the Parliament congratulates Steps to Inclusion on being awarded £20,000 from the Social Entrepreneurs Fund; notes that the group aims to raise awareness and understanding of dyslexia and autism spectrum conditions; understands that its Steps Family Pathway project, which was held throughout March 2015 in Musselburgh, was hailed a huge success by everyone who attended, and wishes the group well.

Supported by: Adam Ingram, Dennis Robertson, Gil Paterson, Richard Lyle, Kevin Stewart, Mike MacKenzie, Rob Gibson, Roderick Campbell, Bill Kidd, Stuart McMillan, Chic Brodie, Joan McAlpine

S4M-13094 Neil Findlay: The Phoenix Cup—That the Parliament wishes the 12 members of the Scottish disability golf team good luck in the forthcoming Phoenix Cup match against England, which is scheduled to take place from 8 to 10 June 2015 at Cardrona golf course in Peebles; notes that the Golfer Mag-sponsored trophy is currently held by England, following a single-point victory last time, and wishes the team, and the new captain, Alan Robertson from Stirling, well and in what it believes will be a very competitive and sporting event.

Supported by: Lewis Macdonald, John Pentland, Stewart Maxwell, Colin Beattie, Adam Ingram, Anne McTaggart, Jackie Baillie, Kenneth Gibson, Gil Paterson, Stuart McMillan, Richard Lyle, Patricia Ferguson, Kevin Stewart, Tavish Scott, Jayne Baxter, Roderick Campbell, Elaine Murray, Margaret Mitchell, Richard Simpson, John Finnie, David Stewart

S4M-13092 Stewart Maxwell: SFRS Contribution to Nepalese Earthquake Relief—That the Parliament recognises the contribution of the six firefighters from the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) who are assisting with the ongoing disaster relief efforts in Nepal; understands that the SRFS personnel have joined a team of nearly 70 fire and rescue staff from across the UK as part of the UK International Search and Rescue mission; further understands that their support will include medical assistance, assessing building damage, engineering support and search and rescue missions, and thanks the SRFS personnel for their efforts in aiding the Nepalese people as they recover from this terrible disaster.

Supported by: Claire Baker*, Anne McTaggart, Colin Beattie, Dennis Robertson, Kenneth Gibson, Gil Paterson, Nanette Milne, Kevin Stewart, Michael Russell, Mike MacKenzie, Richard Lyle, Rob Gibson, Roderick Campbell, Elaine Murray, Bill Kidd, Hanzala Malik, Margaret Mitchell, John Finnie, Joan McAlpine, John Mason, Chic Brodie, Stuart McMillan, Adam Ingram, Patrick Harvie, Liam McArthur, Kenny MacAskill

S4M-13087 Jamie McGrigor: Scottish Crofting Federation’s New Youth Branch—That the Parliament welcomes the recent formation of a new youth branch of the Scottish Crofting Federation (SCF); notes that the founding of the branch, which is aimed at young people who are or aspire to be crofters, follows the successful gathering of young people that was organised in early 2015 at an SCF meeting in Assynt; understands that four of the branch’s members gave an excellent and informative presentation at a recent meeting of the Cross-party Group on Crofting; encourages young people who are interested in crofting to participate in the branch, and wishes both it and the SCF every success in aiming to speak up for and promote crofting.

Supported by: Colin Beattie, Kenneth Gibson, Dennis Robertson, Gil Paterson, Jean Urquhart, Kevin Stewart, Nanette Milne, Graeme Dey, Cameron Buchanan, Michael Russell, Tavish Scott, Mike MacKenzie, Richard Lyle, Hanzala Malik, Margaret Mitchell, Jackson Carlaw, Dave Thompson, Rob Gibson, John Finnie, Alex Fergusson, Murdo Fraser

S4M-13085 Stuart McMillan: Greenock Morton FC SPFL League One Champions—That the Parliament welcomes the news that Greenock Morton FC have been crowned champions of League One of the Scottish Professional Football League (SPFL); considers that the team won the league on a dramatic last day of the season by winning 3-1 at Cappielow Park in Greenock; notes Greenock Morton has now secured a swift return to the SPFL Championship after one season in League One; acknowledges the achievement of the manager, Jim Duffy, and his players to clinch the title, and wishes everyone involved at the club every success for next season and beyond.

Supported by: Duncan McNeil, Annabel Goldie, Colin Beattie, Kenneth Gibson, Dennis Robertson, Gil Paterson, Kevin Stewart, Graeme Dey, Richard Lyle, Bill Kidd, Mike MacKenzie, Jim Eadie, George Adam, Chic Brodie, Adam Ingram

S4M-13084 Elaine Smith: NHS Board Service Changes—That the Parliament urges the removal of what it considers a serious flaw in democratic transparency by NHS boards in Scotland when submitting proposals for service change decisions affecting patients, including service closures; understands that, at present, boards’ plans are submitted in private to the Scottish Health Council (SHC) and that the SHC is dependent on information selected by an NHS board for consideration behind closed doors and that outside challenge, comment or corrections to aid the SHC are missing; proposes that this lack of external democratic information must be addressed and that plans should be discussed openly with MSPs, hospitals and patient support groups to increase transparency; recognises that these decisions can have a negative impact on patients, as shown by the plans of NHS Lanarkshire to bar Lanarkshire patients from the NHS Centre for Integrative Care (CIC) in Glasgow and close two CIC outreach clinics at Coatbridge and Carluke; understands that CIC patients include people with multiple sclerosis, arthritis, ME, chronic pain, Parkinson’s, Crohn’s and motor neurone disease; understands that when the SHC decided that this was not a major service change it was dealing with figures from NHS Lanarkshire that did not fully represent the number of return patients that would be affected along with other information; has concerns that MSPs are excluded throughout the process and does not accept claims that the SHC found Lanarkshire’s process “robust” as the SHC, in its letter to NHS Lanarkshire of 5 November 2014, showed numerous concerns, including the view that “the Equality Impact Assessment does not reflect the disproportionate impact on people with long term conditions and disabilities and how this will be mitigated”, and further understands that the board of NHS Lanarkshire also rejected 80.6% of patient and public support for continuation of CIC services (4,800 people) to its public consultation.

Supported by: Anne McTaggart, Hanzala Malik, Cara Hilton, Ken Macintosh, Neil Findlay

S4M-13083 David Stewart: John Hughes, PFA Manager of the Year—That the Parliament congratulates John Hughes on being named PFA Scotland Manager of the Year; recognises that, with limited resources, he has led Inverness Caledonian Thistle (ICT) to the final of the Scottish Cup; notes that, with four league games to play, he has managed to lead ICT to third in the Scottish Premiership; considers that John Hughes has utilised all the skills that he has learned as a player and a manager to achieve this success in only 18 months with the Highland club, and wishes him and the team all the best for the future. R

Supported by: Lewis Macdonald, Colin Beattie, Adam Ingram, Kenneth Gibson, Jackie Baillie, Gil Paterson, Michael McMahon, Anne McTaggart, Richard Lyle, Dave Thompson, Stuart McMillan, Mike MacKenzie, Neil Findlay, John Finnie, Chic Brodie, Kenny MacAskill

S4M-13082 Mike MacKenzie: Orkney, the Most Romantic Destination in the UK—That the Parliament congratulates Orkney on being named the most romantic destination in the country by the publishers, Mills & Boon; understands that the series of awards recognised the dramatic and magical landscape that has been long known to draw couples from all over the world; further notes that Orkney was shortlisted alongside Bath, Brighton, St Ives, Stratford-upon-Avon, the Lake District, the Brecon Beacons, Edinburgh, Oxford and York, and considers that this recognition will promote and enhance tourism to the Orkney Islands and boost the local economy and will do for many years to come.

Supported by: Colin Beattie, Dennis Robertson, Gil Paterson, Jean Urquhart, Kevin Stewart, Richard Lyle, Roderick Campbell, Bill Kidd, John Finnie, Chic Brodie, Adam Ingram, Joan McAlpine, Jamie McGrigor

S4M-13081 Stewart Maxwell: East Renfrewshire Citizens Advice Bureau—That the Parliament welcomes the £140,000 extension and refurbishment of East Renfrewshire Citizens Advice Bureau (ERCAB) based in Barrhead Main Street; notes that ERCAB was first established in 1970 and provides support on a range of issues, including benefits and welfare rights, consumer issues, employment and housing rights, legal issues, money and debt; understands that ERCAB’s extension will provide clients with reduced waiting times and ensure that they continue to take advantage of its specialised services, including Pension Wise, Helping East Renfrewshire Online and the Armed Services Advice Project; understands that, in the last year, ERCAB has processed more than 10,000 enquiries from local residents and recorded client financial gains of around £3 million, and wishes ERCAB’s manager, Teresa O’Hara, and her team of staff and volunteers continued success in the future.

Supported by: Jackie Baillie, Annabel Goldie, Colin Beattie, Stuart McMillan, Mike MacKenzie, Richard Lyle, Rob Gibson, Graeme Dey, Chic Brodie, Gil Paterson, Adam Ingram, Kevin Stewart, Kenneth Gibson, Hanzala Malik, Joan McAlpine

S4M-13077# Liam McArthur: Supporting See Me in Work—That the Parliament notes that Mental Health Awareness Week 2015 runs from 11 to 17 May; supports all efforts during that week, and throughout the rest of the year, to stamp out stigma and discrimination regarding mental health issues of whatever kind; welcomes in particular the campaign, See Me in Work, which aims to end stigma and discrimination surrounding mental health issues in the workplace; understands that, while many businesses and organisations understand the impact of mental health in the workplace, it can be challenging to develop a mentally-healthy working environment; believes that See Me in Work, which has a programme that is designed to support staff and improve working environments, can make a positive contribution to improving conditions for people with mental health issues; understands that one in four will experience a mental health illness at some point in their lives; considers that such initiatives have the potential to be of real benefit to a great many people when they need it, and notes the calls for employers in Orkney and across Scotland to get involved with the programme.

S4M-13064# Jean Urquhart: Media, Society and Democracy—That the Parliament believes that there is widespread debate in Scotland about the relationship between the media, political power and democracy; believes that critical and well-supported journalism is essential to a thriving democracy; believes that many Scots have lost trust in a range of media institutions; notes the development of new methods of delivering news and commentary through the internet and social media; notes the importance of local media and press in areas such as the Highlands and Islands, which rely on the many and diverse local news services available, and welcomes the continuing public debate on how media can be held to account by citizens and civil society and how to sustain and develop diverse media outlets that contribute to generating positive engagement with politics, the Parliament and the important issues facing society.

S4M-12957# Nanette Milne: Marie Curie’s Changing the Conversation on Terminal Illness Report—That the Parliament welcomes the publication of the Marie Curie report, Changing the Conversation; further welcomes the publication of research commissioned by Marie Curie and carried out by the London School of Economics, which estimates that nearly 11,000 people in Scotland, including in the north east, who need palliative care are not currently accessing such care; notes the finding that people with a terminal diagnosis other than cancer, over 85s, people living alone and people from black, Asian and other minority ethnic groups are less likely to be accessing palliative care; further notes that a palliative approach is often recommended for people living with a terminal illness and includes pain and symptom management as well as physical, emotional and spiritual support; considers that this approach is proven to benefit many different illnesses; believes that, with Scotland’s ageing population and with more and more people living longer with multiple conditions, this problem will get worse unless action is taken; understands that the Scottish Government has committed to developing a new strategic framework for action on palliative and end-of-life care by the end of 2015, and looks forward to considering the findings.

S4M-12553 John Swinney: Human Trafficking and Exploitation (Scotland) Bill: Financial Resolution— That the Parliament, for the purposes of any Act of the Scottish Parliament resulting from the Human Trafficking and Exploitation (Scotland) Bill, agrees to—

(a) 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, and

(b) any charge or payment in relation to which Rule 9.12.4 of the Standing Orders applies arising in consequence of the Act.

Motions and amendments which have attracted additional support

S4M-13080 Moray Firth Radio Legend, Tich McCooey ­(lodged on 01 May 2015) Mary Scanlon, John Finnie

S4M-13078 Jak Trueman Posthumously Recognised as Young Scot of the Year ­(lodged on 01 May 2015) Lewis Macdonald, Gil Paterson, Sarah Boyack, Linda Fabiani, John Finnie, David Stewart, Jean Urquhart, Kevin Stewart, Margaret McCulloch, Richard Lyle, Chic Brodie, Adam Ingram, Michael McMahon

S4M-13077 Supporting See Me in Work ­(lodged on 01 May 2015) Anne McTaggart, Christine Grahame, Sandra White, Nanette Milne, Gil Paterson, Sarah Boyack, Mary Scanlon, Linda Fabiani, Stuart McMillan, Mike MacKenzie, Richard Lyle, Rhoda Grant, Kevin Stewart

S4M-13075 Promotion for Albion Rovers ­(lodged on 01 May 2015) Colin Beattie, Neil Findlay, David Stewart, Anne McTaggart, Richard Lyle, Kenneth Gibson, Margaret Mitchell, Adam Ingram, Kevin Stewart, Michael McMahon

S4M-13074 Community Takes Control of Carloway Estate ­(lodged on 01 May 2015) Mike MacKenzie, Gil Paterson, Kevin Stewart

S4M-13073 Network Rail Bosses’ Pay Rises ­(lodged on 01 May 2015) Linda Fabiani, Chic Brodie, Gil Paterson, Elaine Smith, Kevin Stewart

S4M-13072 Welcoming the Appointment of Human Rights Commissioners (lodged on 01 May 2015) Dennis Robertson, Mike MacKenzie, Kevin Stewart, Adam Ingram

S4M-13071 Award for Care at Home Support Group ­(lodged on 01 May 2015) Gil Paterson, Mike MacKenzie, Adam Ingram

S4M-13070 Hope Kitchen Oban ­(lodged on 01 May 2015) Colin Beattie, Gil Paterson, Michael Russell, Adam Ingram

S4M-13069 EIS-FELA Calls for Further Funding for Colleges ­(lodged on 01 May 2015) Sarah Boyack, David Stewart

S4M-13068 China and Pakistan Sign a £36 Billion Investment Contract ­(lodged on 01 May 2015) Gil Paterson, Mike MacKenzie

S4M-13067 Award for Lyme Disease Detection Device ­(lodged on 01 May 2015) Christine Grahame, Gil Paterson, Linda Fabiani, John Finnie, Mike MacKenzie, Adam Ingram, Alex Fergusson

S4M-13066 Congratulations to Albyn School ­(lodged on 01 May 2015) Colin Beattie, Gil Paterson, Mike MacKenzie, Adam Ingram

S4M-13065 Broadband Connection Voucher Scheme ­(lodged on 01 May 2015) Colin Beattie, Gil Paterson, Linda Fabiani, Adam Ingram, Kenneth Gibson

S4M-13064 Media, Society and Democracy ­(lodged on 01 May 2015) Christine Grahame, Malcolm Chisholm, Linda Fabiani

S4M-13063 Sex Workers’ Rights ­(lodged on 01 May 2015) Alison McInnes

S4M-13062 Polish Language Learning ­(lodged on 01 May 2015) Christine Grahame

S4M-13060 Barista of the Year ­(lodged on 30 April 2015) Christine Grahame, Colin Beattie, Nigel Don, Sarah Boyack, Linda Fabiani

S4M-13057 Balerno Farmers’ Market 10th Anniversary ­(lodged on 29 April 2015) Dennis Robertson, John Finnie

S4M-13056 Congratulations to Shelby Watson ­(lodged on 29 April 2015) Linda Fabiani

S4M-13055 MND Scotland ­(lodged on 29 April 2015) Dennis Robertson

S4M-13053 Shetland Young Fiddler of the Year 2015 ­(lodged on 29 April 2015) Dennis Robertson

S4M-13050 Orkney, One of the Country’s Most Romantic Destinations ­(lodged on 29 April 2015) Christine Grahame, Dennis Robertson

S4M-13049 British Heart Foundation Research Awards 2014-15 ­(lodged on 29 April 2015) Christine Grahame

S4M-13044 Congratulations to Elaine Williamson ­(lodged on 29 April 2015) John Finnie

S4M-13031 Celebrating International Workers’ Day ­(lodged on 28 April 2015) Christine Grahame, Elaine Smith

S4M-13029 Trade Deals, TTIP and Democracy ­(lodged on 27 April 2015) Linda Fabiani

S4M-13027 Another Iconic Tourist Attraction Opens in Orkney ­(lodged on 27 April 2015) Mary Scanlon

S4M-13026 Disasters Emergency Committee’s Nepal Earthquake Appeal (lodged on 27 April 2015) Christine Grahame

S4M-13025 Death Threat Made against Anas Sarwar ­(lodged on 27 April 2015) Christine Grahame

S4M-13022 Electrical Safety First’s Manifesto ­(lodged on 27 April 2015) Christine Grahame

S4M-13021 Earthquake in Kathmandu ­(lodged on 27 April 2015) John Finnie

S4M-13020 New National Scottish Women’s Rights Centre in Glasgow ­(lodged on 27 April 2015) Christine Grahame, Dennis Robertson, Linda Fabiani, John Finnie

S4M-13019 The ALLIANCE Reaches 1,000th Members ­(lodged on 27 April 2015) John Finnie

S4M-13015 Congratulations to the Wild Chimpanzee Foundation ­(lodged on 24 April 2015) Linda Fabiani

S4M-13014 Congratulations to Margaret Gibson on her Award ­(lodged on 23 April 2015) Linda Fabiani

S4M-13012 Changes to ESA will Discriminate against Women ­(lodged on 23 April 2015) Linda Fabiani

S4M-13009 The First Minister Backs the STUC’s Position on the NHS ­(lodged on 23 April 2015) Linda Fabiani

S4M-13002 Scottish Women’s Rights Centre ­(lodged on 22 April 2015) Linda Fabiani

S4M-12998 36th Celtic Media Festival ­(lodged on 22 April 2015) Linda Fabiani

S4M-12997 Retirement of the Security Force Manager, Alastair Murray ­(lodged on 21 April 2015) Linda Fabiani

S4M-12981 Dick Balharry Honoured with Geddes Medal ­(lodged on 21 April 2015) Linda Fabiani

S4M-12976 Parkinson’s Awareness Week, Making Scotland Parkinson’s-friendly ­(lodged on 21 April 2015) Linda Fabiani

S4M-12970 Passports for People who do not Associate with a Particular Gender ­(lodged on 21 April 2015) Linda Fabiani

S4M-12950 Thousands of Migrants Dying Attempting to Reach Europe Each Year ­(lodged on 16 April 2015) Christine Grahame, Claudia Beamish

S4M-12899 Renewed Call for a Ban on Snares and a Review of the Legislation (lodged on 01 April 2015) Sarah Boyack

S4M-12875 Deaf Awareness Week 2015 ­(lodged on 31 March 2015) Annabel Goldie, Jayne Baxter, Claudia Beamish, Graeme Pearson, John Lamont, James Kelly, Bob Doris, Mark Griffin, Alison Johnstone

S4M-12703 Encouraging Good Employment Practices in Wales ­(lodged on 17 March 2015) Elaine Smith

S4M-12348 Protecting Rent-tied Pub Tenants in Scotland ­(lodged on 19 February 2015) Willie Rennie

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