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 A motion or amendment is live if it has not been debated, withdrawn or otherwise deleted from the list.

Where a motion or amendment has been withdrawn, it is indicated in this section the day after it has been withdrawn.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-13314 Aileen McLeod: Water Environment and Water Services (Scotland) Act 2003 (Modification of Part 1) Regulations 2015 [draft]—That the Rural Affairs, Climate Change and Environment Committee recommends that the Water Environment and Water Services (Scotland) Act 2003 (Modification of Part 1) Regulations 2015 [draft] be approved.

Supported by: Richard Lochhead*

*S4M-13311 John Mason: World Football’s Future—That the Parliament notes the recent arrests of several FIFA officials as part of an investigation into alleged corruption within the organisation; supports calls by the Scottish Football Association for a fundamental change in the way that world football is governed; understands that many football fans in Scotland are frustrated by the numerous scandals that have arisen at FIFA in recent years, and believes that urgent action must be taken to ensure that football’s image and integrity are protected.

Supported by: Adam Ingram*, Neil Findlay*, Patricia Ferguson*, John Finnie*, Jackie Baillie*, Kevin Stewart*, Kenneth Gibson*, Bill Kidd*, Colin Beattie*, Joan McAlpine*

*S4M-13310 Claire Baker: Holyrood Rocks 2015—That the Parliament welcomes Holyrood Rocks 2015, which was launched on 27 May in the main hall; recognises what it sees as the hard work of the organisers, the Scottish Political and Cultural Partnership, which, with support from the Parliament, has developed what it considers this exciting music initiative; supports its aim of encouraging young people to engage in the political process and to appreciate the importance of voting, particularly among 16 and 17-year-olds, who will soon have the right to vote in Scottish parliamentary and local elections; believes that the launch was enjoyed by MSPs, cultural organisations and Scotland’s businesses; understands that it showcased some of the country’s best new musical talent, including Musichoir and Yew (Ewan Ryan), who were joined by the DJ, Steve Gilmour; recognises that the Holyrood Rocks competition will hold regional heats in October in the eight parliamentary regions as part of the Rocktober festival, with the final scheduled to be held in the Parliament on 31 October, and wishes Holyrood Rocks 2015 much success in showcasing young musical talent and promoting the significance of the right to vote.

Supported by: Ruth Davidson*

*S4M-13309# Ruth Davidson: Remembering Srebrenica—That the Parliament remembers the massacre of more than 8,000 men and boys in Srebrenica in 1995; recognises that the International Court of Justice declared it to be an act of genocide, the last recorded on Europe’s shores; acknowledges the Scottish contribution to the aid effort in Bosnia, the identification of victims and the rebuilding of the country; welcomes the work of the Scottish board of Srebrenica UK to inform and educate people of the events of 20 years ago; thanks the First Minister for agreeing to participate in a special service of remembrance at St Giles’ Cathedral in Edinburgh on 10 July 2015, and offers the hand of friendship to the Bosnian diaspora in Glasgow and across Scotland. R

Supported by: Christina McKelvie*, Liam McArthur*, Richard Lyle*, Neil Findlay*, Graeme Dey*, Nigel Don*, Colin Beattie*, John Finnie*, Christine Grahame*, Jackie Baillie*, Kevin Stewart*, Elaine Murray*, Drew Smith*, Cameron Buchanan*, Iain Gray*, Dennis Robertson*, Kenneth Gibson*, Jackson Carlaw*, Murdo Fraser*, John Mason*, John Lamont*, Malcolm Chisholm*, Hanzala Malik*, Alex Johnstone*, Michael McMahon*, Bill Kidd*, Jamie McGrigor*, Liz Smith*, Mary Scanlon*, Nanette Milne*

*S4M-13308 Sarah Boyack: Unite Campaign on the SAWB—That the Parliament notes the launch of the Scottish Government’s consultation on the Scottish Agricultural Wages Board (SAWB); understands that this seeks views on three options, which are whether to maintain the status quo, to retain the SAWB as an advisory body or remove the existing arrangements for agricultural workers be removed by determining their pay and conditions under general employment law; notes the comments of the Cabinet Secretary for Rural Affairs, Food and Environment that the legislation governing the SAWB specifies the need for periodic reviews to ensure that it is "delivering appropriate minimum rates of pay and other conditions of service for agricultural workers"; is disappointed therefore at what it sees as the lack of a specific question in the consultation on how the work of the board could be enhanced and improved to achieve such an ambition; welcomes the campaign by Unite the Union on behalf of its members in the agricultural sector to oppose any move to scrap the SAWB and to both support the promotion of the living wage through the board and promote the value of sector-wide bargaining as a driver for economic growth, and believes that the SAWB continues to play a vital role, protecting workers from exploitation while protecting decent wages in farming communities.

Supported by: Drew Smith*, Neil Findlay*, Hanzala Malik*, Jackie Baillie*, Elaine Murray*, Mark Griffin*, Richard Baker*

*S4M-13307 Bruce Crawford: Congratulations to Kippen Playgroup and Toddlers—That the Parliament congratulates Kippen Playgroup and Toddlers group on being awarded £8,886 by the Communities and Family Fund, which, it understands, will help the group to install a new sensory garden and buy a range of sensory toys and activities.

*S4M-13306 Bruce Crawford: Congratulations to Gartmore Community Trust Ltd—That the Parliament congratulates Gartmore Community Trust Ltd on being awarded £10,000 by the Communities and Family Fund, which, it understands, will enable the group to provide more play opportunities for children by developing Gartmore Play Park with new equipment and helping to pay for new pathways and seating for the park.

*S4M-13305 Margaret Mitchell: Longest Day Challenge—That the Parliament welcomes Bothwell Castle Golf Club’s Longest Day Challenge; understands that eight members of the club have undertaken to play 72 holes of golf in one day on 12 June 2015, which will encompass almost 17 miles of walking and playing from 4 am until 9 pm; recognises that the aim of the challenge is to raise money for the Scottish Spina Bifida Association, which is based in Lanarkshire and currently supports over 3,500 people across Scotland affected by spina bifida, a fault in the spinal column where one or more vertebrae fail to form properly causing damage to the nervous system, and hydrocephalus, a build-up of fluid on the brain, which can cause social, emotional, cognitive and behavioural difficulties, and wishes all those taking part in what it considers this impressive feat a successful and dry day.

Supported by: Murdo Fraser*, Richard Lyle*, Colin Beattie*, Jackie Baillie*, Kevin Stewart*, Cameron Buchanan*, Dennis Robertson*, Jamie McGrigor*, John Lamont*, Neil Findlay*, Nanette Milne*, Liz Smith*

*S4M-13304 Bill Kidd: 3D Drumchapel Funding Success—That the Parliament congratulates 3D Drumchapel in the Glasgow Anniesland constituency on its recent success in securing £9,727 from the Communities and Family Fund; believes that this funding will be beneficial in helping 3D Drumchapel to encourage families to play with their own children and with other local families; considers that it will bring benefits for up to 600 children in the Drumchapel area; acknowledges that the Communities and Families Fund and the Big Lottery Fund offer grassroots projects the opportunity to obtain funding of between £250 and £10,000, and highlights that the fund is focused on improving early learning, health and wellbeing for children under eight years of age by supporting them, their families and communities.

Supported by: Colin Beattie*, Richard Lyle*, Kevin Stewart*, Margaret McCulloch*, Mike MacKenzie*, Rob Gibson*, Jim Eadie*, David Torrance*, Stuart McMillan*, Dennis Robertson*, Adam Ingram*

*S4M-13303 Graeme Dey: DD8 Music—That the Parliament congratulates the Kirriemuir-based group, DD8 Music, on winning two prizes at the 2015 Epic Awards; notes that these awards were set up in 2010 by Voluntary Arts, which is an organisation that works across the UK and Republic of Ireland to promote, support and champion the voluntary cultural sector and the achievements of voluntary arts groups by recognising the skill, innovation and hard work that goes into their activities; understands that, in winning the Epic Award for Exceptional Work with Young People and being named the Epic Award 2015 Scotland runner-up, DD8 Music was recognised for including young people on its board and its work in providing free lessons, jamming sessions and recording equipment; notes that the Cabinet Secretary for Culture, Europe and External Affairs said that DD8 Music is led by “some truly inspirational young people”, and wishes the group continuing success in promoting music to people of all ages in the Kirriemuir area.

Supported by: Colin Beattie*, Richard Lyle*, Dennis Robertson*, Kevin Stewart*, Mike MacKenzie*, Rob Gibson*, Bill Kidd*, Nigel Don*, Adam Ingram*, Roderick Campbell*, Joan McAlpine*, David Torrance*, Liz Smith*, Nanette Milne*

*S4M-13302♦ David Stewart: Police Scotland Cuts—That the Parliament notes reports that Police Scotland needs to make further cuts of £10.8 million; further notes reports that the Chief Constable, Sir Stephen House, has stated that these cuts could be achieved but it would take extreme measures; understands that reassurance was given by the Scottish Ministers that the establishment of a single police service would not result in reductions to police officer numbers; considers that the job that police officers and support staff carry out is invaluable to communities throughout the Highlands and Islands and across Scotland; understands that the Scottish Government has undertaken to maintain police officer numbers in all ranks; condemns what it sees as its underfunding of the service, and notes calls on ministers to immediately take steps to not only secure the future of all police officer ranks and the service’s support staff but to secure the police infrastructure, equipment and support to allow them to carry out their roles to the most effective and efficient level.

Supported by: Margaret McCulloch*, Cara Hilton*, Jayne Baxter*, Elaine Murray*, Alex Rowley*, Hanzala Malik*, Iain Gray*, Jackie Baillie*, Neil Findlay*, Patricia Ferguson*, Michael McMahon*

*S4M-13301 David Torrance: Congratulations to the Methilhill Community Children’s Initiative—That the Parliament congratulates the Methilhill Community Children’s Initiative (MCCI) on being awarded £9,100 by the Communities and Family Fund; understands that this will allow the initiative to continue to provide invaluable services across a range of activities for over 350 children; notes that the Communities and Family Fund is provided by the Scottish Government and the Big Lottery Fund and aims to improve early learning, health and wellbeing for children under eight by offering support for children, their families and their communities; recognises what it sees as the hard work and dedication of MCCI in supporting children and families, and wishes it continued success in its endeavours.

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

*S4M-13300 Roderick Campbell: Dementia Awareness Week 2015—That the Parliament recognises that Alzheimer Scotland’s annual Dementia Awareness Week will run from 1 to 7 June 2015; understands that the theme is Let’s Talk About Dementia, encouraging people from all walks of life to talk about the condition to help remove stigma around dementia; notes that Alzheimer Scotland’s annual conference will take place on 1 June 2015 with the theme Global Progress – Local Impact, examining what it considers Scotland’s world-leading approach to dementia policy and practice as well as the international collaborations in which Scotland is involved; recognises the importance of the conference for professionals to learn about and share good practice taking place in Scotland, the UK and in other countries across the world, building on the Alzheimer Europe conference held in Glasgow in October 2014; welcomes what it considers the extensive range of events being held across Scotland to engage with members of the public and provide further information about the condition; acknowledges that MSPs can play an active role in raising awareness in their constituencies and regions to promote awareness of dementia and to start the conversation in their area; further understands that Alzheimer Scotland branches and dementia resource centres can provide promotional materials and resources to display to help raise awareness, and congratulates Alzheimer Scotland on what it sees as its important campaigning work.

Supported by: Richard Lyle*, Colin Beattie*, Kevin Stewart*, Christina McKelvie*, John Mason*, Cara Hilton*, Rob Gibson*, Graeme Dey*, Bruce Crawford*, Mary Scanlon*, David Torrance*, Iain Gray*, Christine Grahame*, Patricia Ferguson*, Kenneth Gibson*, Nigel Don*, Ken Macintosh*, Joan McAlpine*, Adam Ingram*, Jackie Baillie*, Nanette Milne*, David Stewart*, Liam McArthur*, Bill Kidd*

*S4M-13299 Neil Findlay: The Queen’s Speech—That the Parliament notes the content of the Queen’s Speech; sees the proposals put forward by the Conservative administration as divisive, vindictive and a further attack on the rights of people who live and work in the UK, and believes that legislation aimed at trade unions, benefit claimants and immigrants is further evidence of a regressive policy agenda, one that will threaten the cohesion of society.

Supported by: John Mason*, John Finnie*, Drew Smith*, Cara Hilton*, Jayne Baxter*, Alex Rowley*, John Pentland*, Ken Macintosh*, Patrick Harvie*, Hanzala Malik*, Michael McMahon*, Patricia Ferguson*, Jackie Baillie*

*S4M-13298 Jackie Baillie: USDAW Survey on the Cost of Living Crisis—That the Parliament welcomes the recent UK-wide survey conducted by the Union of Shop, Distributive and Allied Workers (USDAW) regarding the impact of the cost of living on retail workers; notes that, according to the survey, 80% of those who responded said that they were worse off than they were five years ago, more than half said that they have missed meals to save money for bills and nearly 75% reported cutting back on essentials in order to cover transport costs; understands that the survey also looked at the issues arising through a lack of affordable housing, with 43% of respondents stating that they occasionally or regularly missed rent or mortgage payments; is alarmed by the finding that suggests that, due to spiralling electricity bills, high rents and a lack of affordable childcare, many said that they had been forced to take out payday loans, which 78% stated that they had struggled to repay; believes that the Conservative administration’s proposed austerity measures will further deepen what it sees as this cost of living crisis and will push more people into poverty; agrees with the reported view of USDAW’s general secretary, John Hannett, that the UK budget was a missed opportunity to tackle the cost of living crisis, and welcomes the efforts of the Poverty Alliance in its aim to encourage more businesses to be living wage employers to help end what it considers the scourge of low pay.

Supported by: Drew Smith*, Cara Hilton*, Neil Findlay*, Jayne Baxter*, Elaine Murray*, John Pentland*, Alex Rowley*, Hanzala Malik*, Iain Gray*, James Kelly*, Michael McMahon*, David Stewart*, Patricia Ferguson*, Mark Griffin*, Margaret McCulloch*, Lewis Macdonald*, Mary Fee*

*S4M-13297 Sarah Boyack: Celebrating Volunteers’ Week 2015—That the Parliament welcomes the 31st Volunteers’ Week, which is being celebrated across the UK from 1 to 7 June 2015; believes that this is an important celebration of the fantastic contribution that millions of volunteers make every year; believes that the week promotes and inspires volunteers in communities across Scotland through a wide range of events from showcasing volunteering opportunities, launching new volunteer campaigns, supporting volunteer recruitment, award ceremonies including the City of Edinburgh Lord Provost’s Inspiring Volunteering awards on 16 June and the council’s support for the Investing in Volunteering quality mark; acknowledges, in particular, what it considers the vast and much-needed contribution of volunteers to the NHS and ancillary services, who work tirelessly for the wellbeing of patients and without whom the care and support many receive would be considerably reduced, and notes the many ways in which the work of volunteers in Scotland and abroad improves the quality of people’s lives.

Supported by: Richard Lyle*, Nigel Don*, Colin Beattie*, Kevin Stewart*, John Mason*, Kenneth Gibson*, Neil Findlay*, Graeme Dey*, Claudia Beamish*, Jayne Baxter*, Hanzala Malik*, Christine Grahame*, Ken Macintosh*, Patricia Ferguson*, Jackie Baillie*, Liam McArthur*, Iain Gray*, Malcolm Chisholm*

S4M-13253 Rob Gibson: Unacceptable Rural RBS Bank Branch Closures—That the Parliament condemns what it sees as the slew of closures by the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) branches across Scotland and considers that closures in rural and remote areas such as Invergordon, Lybster and Lochinver will disadvantage customers and the economy there disproportionately; understands that, in 2014, RBS, which is 84% owned by the public, paid out £588 million in bonuses, and therefore calls for a small percentage of that bonus to be set aside to make sure that branches remain open, thus offering a continuing vital service to existing customers and making sure that those in meaningful and gainful employment are not forced out of their jobs.

Supported by: Bill Kidd, Colin Beattie, Mike MacKenzie, Graeme Dey, David Torrance, Kevin Stewart, Chic Brodie, John Finnie, Kenneth Gibson, Angus MacDonald, Stuart McMillan, John Mason, Adam Ingram

S4M-13253.1 Neil Findlay: Unacceptable Rural RBS Bank Branch Closures—As an amendment to motion S4M-13253 in the name of Rob Gibson (Unacceptable Rural RBS Bank Branch Closures), insert at end "; further understands that, in places where branches have closed, such as Fauldhouse in West Lothian where the local people have sought to take over the old bank building for community use, RBS is demanding the full market value of £55,000 for the building despite assurances given at the time of closure that it would look at asset transfer to the community, and sees this as a final insult to customers who have remained loyal over many decades’’.

Supported by: John Finnie*, Sarah Boyack*, John Wilson, Jean Urquhart, Dennis Robertson, Patricia Ferguson

*S4M-13253.1.1 Liam McArthur: Unacceptable Rural RBS Bank Branch Closures—As an amendment to amendment S4M-13253.1 in the name of Neil Findlay (Unacceptable Rural RBS Bank Branch Closures), insert at end ‘‘; is deeply concerned by proposals that the Stromness branch of RBS could be allowed to close; recognises the importance of the presence of a bank in small towns across Scotland by providing a local service; understands that, in rural and remote areas such as Orkney, customers can struggle to use online banking due to inadequacies in the digital infrastructure; believes that this makes it even more important local branches remain accessible, and urges RBS to reconsider its proposals, consult with the local communities and reflect on the needs of its customers.”

Supported by: Graeme Dey*, John Wilson*, Neil Findlay*

Motions and amendments which have attracted additional support

S4M-13296 Volunteers’ Week ­(lodged on 27 May 2015) Richard Lyle*, Nigel Don*, Kevin Stewart*, Graeme Pearson*, Cara Hilton*, Elaine Murray*, Anne McTaggart*, John Mason*, Neil Findlay*, Jayne Baxter*, Patricia Ferguson*, Claire Baker*, David Torrance*, David Stewart*

S4M-13295 Seafood in Schools at Kingussie High School ­(lodged on 27 May 2015) Richard Lyle*, Kevin Stewart*, Jackson Carlaw*, David Torrance*, Dennis Robertson*

S4M-13294 UN International Day for Biological Diversity ­(lodged on 27 May 2015) Richard Lyle*, Nigel Don*, Colin Beattie*, Kevin Stewart*, Christina McKelvie*, Mike MacKenzie*, Rob Gibson*, Neil Findlay*, Graeme Dey*, David Torrance*, Christine Grahame*, Dennis Robertson*, Kenneth Gibson*, Joan McAlpine*, Elaine Murray*, Bill Kidd*, Adam Ingram*

S4M-13293 Promoting Responsible Off-road Motorbike and Quad Bike Ownership ­(lodged on 27 May 2015) Richard Lyle*, Cara Hilton*, Elaine Murray*, Anne McTaggart*, John Mason*, Bill Kidd*, David Stewart*

S4M-13290 30th Anniversary for Shetland Samaritans ­(lodged on 27 May 2015) Graeme Dey*, Jamie McGrigor*, Roderick Campbell*, Christina McKelvie*

S4M-13289 Fife Council Launches Summer of Cycling Festival ­(lodged on 27 May 2015) Richard Lyle*, Elaine Murray*

S4M-13288 Funding Boost for Dunfermline Athletics Scheme ­(lodged on 27 May 2015) Richard Lyle*

S4M-13287 Lanarkshire Samaritans NHS Partnership ­(lodged on 27 May 2015) Richard Lyle*

S4M-13286 The Return of the Beothuk Bodies ­(lodged on 27 May 2015) Hugh Henry*

S4M-13283 Transition Black Isle Million Miles Project ­(lodged on 26 May 2015) Dave Thompson*, Roderick Campbell*

S4M-13282 Scouts Promote Diversity and Equality at Pride Festivals 2015 (lodged on 26 May 2015) Dennis Robertson*, Elaine Murray*, Linda Fabiani*

S4M-13281 Potential Loss of The Arches in Glasgow ­(lodged on 26 May 2015) Joan McAlpine*

S4M-13280 75th Annual STUC Youth Conference ­(lodged on 26 May 2015) Cara Hilton*, Elaine Murray*

S4M-13279 The Scottish LGBTI Awards ­(lodged on 26 May 2015) Richard Lyle*, Nigel Don*, Mary Fee*, Elaine Murray*, Linda Fabiani*

S4M-13278 Scottish Huntington’s Association ­(lodged on 26 May 2015) John Finnie*, Elaine Murray*

S4M-13277 Ireland’s Historic Yes Vote ­(lodged on 26 May 2015) John Finnie*, Linda Fabiani*

S4M-13276 New Allotment Site Officially Opens ­(lodged on 26 May 2015) Elaine Murray*

S4M-13272 Maintain Neonicotinoid Ban ­(lodged on 26 May 2015) Jean Urquhart*, Linda Fabiani*

S4M-13271 Arbroath RNLI’s Ladies’ Lifeboat Guild ­(lodged on 26 May 2015) Richard Lyle*

S4M-13263 World MS Day ­(lodged on 26 May 2015) Dennis Robertson*, John Finnie*, Elaine Murray*, Linda Fabiani*, Jamie McGrigor*

S4M-13262 Protect Frontline Fire and Rescue Services ­(lodged on 26 May 2015) Cara Hilton*, Hanzala Malik*, Sarah Boyack*, Elaine Murray*

S4M-13261 Carers Week 2015 ­(lodged on 26 May 2015) John Finnie*, Graeme Pearson*, Cara Hilton*, Sarah Boyack*, Elaine Murray*, Linda Fabiani*

S4M-13260 Carers Week 2015, Building Carer-friendly Communities ­(lodged on 26 May 2015) Richard Lyle*, John Mason*, Linda Fabiani*, Bill Kidd*

S4M-13259 Queen Mary 2 ­(lodged on 26 May 2015) Linda Fabiani*

S4M-13256 Watt Inspires Young Female Scientists and Engineers in Glasgow (lodged on 21 May 2015) Sarah Boyack*

S4M-13254 Congratulations to Drew Cochrane ­(lodged on 21 May 2015) Roderick Campbell*

S4M-13253.2 Unacceptable Rural RBS Bank Branch Closures ­(lodged on 26 May 2015) Sarah Boyack*

S4M-13252 National Epilepsy Week Spotlights WHO’s Action Plan for Epilepsy Resolution and Imminent Launch of Revised SIGN Guidelines ­(lodged on 21 May 2015) Graeme Pearson*, Sarah Boyack*, Linda Fabiani*

S4M-13251 Tartan Army Sunshine Appeal in Ireland ­(lodged on 21 May 2015) Linda Fabiani*

S4M-13250 Top Awards for the Loch Lomond Arms Hotel ­(lodged on 21 May 2015) Sarah Boyack*

S4M-13249 Knockderry Country House Hotel Wins Top Award ­(lodged on 21 May 2015) Sarah Boyack*

S4M-13247 ONS Figures on Poverty ­(lodged on 21 May 2015) Linda Fabiani*

S4M-13238 Fair Isle Migration Project ­(lodged on 20 May 2015) Dennis Robertson*

S4M-13237 Scottish Apprenticeship Week 2015 ­(lodged on 20 May 2015) Sarah Boyack*, Linda Fabiani*

S4M-13236 Mary’s Meals Feeds One Million ­(lodged on 20 May 2015) Linda Fabiani*

S4M-13231 European Maritime Day ­(lodged on 20 May 2015) Linda Fabiani*

S4M-13225 Donation to Wishaw General Hospital ­(lodged on 19 May 2015) Linda Fabiani*

S4M-13223 World Whisky Day ­(lodged on 19 May 2015) Linda Fabiani*

S4M-13211 Red Cord Card ­(lodged on 19 May 2015) Linda Fabiani*

S4M-13206 Celebrating Scotland’s Active Relationship with Malawi ­(lodged on 19 May 2015) Linda Fabiani*

S4M-13199 Youth Football’s Contribution to Men’s and Women’s Football (lodged on 18 May 2015) Linda Fabiani*, Malcolm Chisholm*

S4M-13193 European Commission’s Review of the Directives that Protect Nature ­(lodged on 15 May 2015) Mary Scanlon*, Willie Rennie*, Claire Baker*, Liam McArthur*

S4M-13188 The Value of Scotland’s Green Spaces ­(lodged on 15 May 2015) Alex Johnstone*

S4M-13186 Scottish People Raise £4 Million for Nepal Earthquake Victims (lodged on 15 May 2015) Linda Fabiani*

S4M-13145 Memorandum of Understanding ­(lodged on 13 May 2015) Linda Fabiani*

S4M-13144 Refugee Festival Scotland ­(lodged on 13 May 2015) Linda Fabiani*

S4M-13142 2015 Scottish Education Awards ­(lodged on 13 May 2015) Linda Fabiani*

S4M-13141 Annie Fae Maryhill ­(lodged on 13 May 2015) Roderick Campbell*

S4M-13129 Welcoming World IBD Day ­(lodged on 12 May 2015) Linda Fabiani*

S4M-13121 Equality Network’s Scottish LGBT Sports Charter ­(lodged on 12 May 2015) Linda Fabiani*

S4M-13109 The Italian Job ­(lodged on 11 May 2015) Linda Fabiani*

S4M-13106 Farcical House of Lords ­(lodged on 11 May 2015) Linda Fabiani*

S4M-13092 SFRS Contribution to Nepalese Earthquake Relief ­(lodged on 05 May 2015) Linda Fabiani*

S4M-13071 Award for Care at Home Support Group ­(lodged on 01 May 2015) Roderick Campbell*

S4M-13070 Hope Kitchen Oban ­(lodged on 01 May 2015) Roderick Campbell*

S4M-12864 Scottish Public Inquiry into Blacklisting ­(lodged on 31 March 2015) Liam McArthur*

S4M-12703 Encouraging Good Employment Practices in Wales ­(lodged on 17 March 2015) Malcolm Chisholm*, Liam McArthur*

S4M-12676 Police use of Images with Facial Recognition Technology ­(lodged on 16 March 2015) Willie Rennie*, Tavish Scott*

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