Results 161–180 of 4379 for speaker:Rhona Brankin

Scottish Parliament: Scottish Parliament (Further Powers) (9 Dec 2009)

Rhona Brankin: Given the intriguing nature of the SNP's motion, I am particularly pleased to be taking part in this debate. Fiona Hyslop's new role might be another poisoned chalice, but I welcome her to it, whatever it is. I am curious as to why Fiona Hyslop's motion "welcomes the recommendations of the Calman Commission", given that the SNP boycotted the commission just as it boycotted the constitutional...

Scottish Parliament: Scottish Parliament (Further Powers) (9 Dec 2009)

Rhona Brankin: I accept that absolutely—but the SNP came very late to the whole thing. The plans for the Scottish Parliament had already been drawn up by the constitutional convention. Moreover, we should remember that it was the election of a Labour Government that created the Parliament. In June, the then Minister for Culture, External Affairs and the Constitution, Mike Russell, said that the Calman...

Scottish Parliament: Scottish Parliament (Further Powers) (9 Dec 2009)

Rhona Brankin: I absolutely do not. Later in my speech, I will look at what the SNP's proposals would mean for the economy and recession. In this debate, the SNP is seeking to cherry-pick bits from Calman. It thinks that it can breathe new life into its referendum plans, and so we get the referendum white paper, the farce of the national conversation, 14 Government work streams on independence, hundreds of...

Scottish Parliament: Scottish Parliament (Further Powers) (9 Dec 2009)

Rhona Brankin: Speaking of tax, can Linda Fabiani clarify the SNP's current position? By how much would it reduce corporation tax? Does the SNP think that that was successful for the Irish economy?

Scottish Parliament written answers — Cancer: Cancer (9 Dec 2009)

Rhona Brankin: To ask the Scottish Executive what evaluation has been made of the success of policies designed to increase the take-up rate of breast screening.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Rail Network: Rail Network (9 Dec 2009)

Rhona Brankin: To ask the Scottish Executive when construction of the track for the Waverley railway line will commence.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Children and Young People: Children and Young People (3 Dec 2009)

Rhona Brankin: To ask the Scottish Executive how many serious case reviews have been carried out by local authorities in each of the last 10 years.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Cancer: Cancer (1 Dec 2009)

Rhona Brankin: To ask the Scottish Executive what information it has on whether two views are used in breast screening in England and Wales.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Cancer: Cancer (1 Dec 2009)

Rhona Brankin: To ask the Scottish Executive how rates of take-up of breast screening in Scotland compare with those in England and Wales.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Health: Health (1 Dec 2009)

Rhona Brankin: To ask the Scottish Executive what international research informs its position on the link between hormone replacement therapy and breast cancer.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Health: Health (1 Dec 2009)

Rhona Brankin: To ask the Scottish Executive what international research informs its position on the link between the contraceptive pill and breast cancer.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Health: Health (1 Dec 2009)

Rhona Brankin: To ask the Scottish Executive what international research informs its position on the link between the morning-after pill and breast cancer.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Health: Health (1 Dec 2009)

Rhona Brankin: To ask the Scottish Executive whether a medical record is kept when a woman buys the morning-after pill.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Health: Health (1 Dec 2009)

Rhona Brankin: To ask the Scottish Executive whether women are advised of the health risks when being sold the morning-after pill by pharmacists.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Children and Young People: Children and Young People (30 Nov 2009)

Rhona Brankin: To ask the Scottish Executive whether it will develop and implement a communication plan for children and young people.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Young People: Young People (30 Nov 2009)

Rhona Brankin: To ask the Scottish Executive how it intends to support young people in Midlothian who are leaving school without going on to employment, education or training.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Children and Young People: Children and Young People (27 Nov 2009)

Rhona Brankin: To ask the Scottish Executive whether it will develop and implement a communication plan for children and young people.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Young People: Young People (27 Nov 2009)

Rhona Brankin: To ask the Scottish Executive how it intends to support young people in Midlothian who are leaving school without going on to employment, education or training.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Rail Network: Rail Network (24 Nov 2009)

Rhona Brankin: To ask the Scottish Executive whether there is a specific date for construction work to start on the Waverley railway line.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Rail Network: Rail Network (24 Nov 2009)

Rhona Brankin: To ask the Scottish Executive when it anticipates that the construction contract for the Waverley railway line will be awarded.


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