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Scottish Parliament: State of the Nation (10 May 2000)

Margaret Curran: Will the member take an intervention?

Scottish Parliament: State of the Nation (10 May 2000)

Margaret Curran: SNP members lodged the motion and it is their debate. Instead of criticising us, they should put the case for independence.

Scottish Parliament: Point of Order (17 May 2000)

Margaret Curran: I am delighted to be one of the first Glasgow MSPs to welcome the Parliament to Glasgow. I strongly welcome the decision to move here, albeit temporarily. I certainly belong to Glasgow and, today, so does this Parliament. The location and focus of today's debate are fitting and deserved. Glasgow is a city of great people, effort and history. It has made a significant contribution to Scotland....

Scottish Parliament: Point of Order (17 May 2000)

Margaret Curran: Yes, if that is okay with the Presiding Officer; I am running out of time.

Scottish Parliament: Point of Order (17 May 2000)

Margaret Curran: I do not know whether Annabel Goldie got clearance from David McLetchie for her comments, given that he has systematically criticised the Executive for creating ministries to respond to different problems. I am pleased with the Executive's creation of the post of Minister for Communities to address Glasgow's problems. Some will reject my position, but Glasgow always provides space for the...

Scottish Parliament: Point of Order (17 May 2000)

Margaret Curran: Will the member give way?

Scottish Parliament: Glasgow Regeneration (17 May 2000)

Margaret Curran: I am delighted that Colin Campbell has accepted my intervention because I represent Easterhouse and I want to pay tribute to the parents of that area who, despite poverty and many other problems, are strongly committed to their children and want the best education for them. I do not recognise the Easterhouse that Colin Campbell describes.

Scottish Parliament: Mike Tyson (24 May 2000)

Margaret Curran: We have heard strong views on this issue, both for and against Tyson coming to Scotland. Most of the debate, properly, has focused on his criminal conviction for rape. Rape is the most horrific violation of a woman and a brutal exercise of power. It seems that Mike Tyson is to be for ever connected to the horror of his past. I argue today that only he can dissociate himself from that. Those...

Scottish Parliament: Mike Tyson (24 May 2000)

Margaret Curran: rose—

Scottish Parliament: Mike Tyson (24 May 2000)

Margaret Curran: I have been trying to intervene to make this point, because it is the nub of the argument about the powers of the Parliament and how we handle this debate. I have every respect for SNP members who are committed to the issue of violence against women. If we are honest, there is a debate about that in all parties; it is time that we all recognised that. This is not quite the tidy party...

Scottish Parliament: Mike Tyson (24 May 2000)

Margaret Curran: Is Nicola Sturgeon's concern today the powers of the Scottish Parliament and what it does, or violence against women? Which one is it?

Scottish Parliament: Rough Sleeping (1 Jun 2000)

Margaret Curran: Will the member give way?

Scottish Parliament: Rough Sleeping (1 Jun 2000)

Margaret Curran: Yes, she did.

Scottish Parliament: Rough Sleeping (1 Jun 2000)

Margaret Curran: The member said that it was proven. Where?

Scottish Parliament: Rough Sleeping (1 Jun 2000)

Margaret Curran: rose—

Scottish Parliament: Rough Sleeping (1 Jun 2000)

Margaret Curran: Will the member give way?

Scottish Parliament: Rough Sleeping (1 Jun 2000)

Margaret Curran: Must she?

Scottish Parliament: Rough Sleeping (1 Jun 2000)

Margaret Curran: If the member cannot take it, she should not give it.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Equal Opportunities: Equal Opportunities (1 Jun 2000)

Margaret Curran: To ask the Scottish Executive what action it has taken to promote equality of opportunity in the fields of education, lifelong learning and economic development in order to address gender divisions in the labour market.

Scottish Parliament: Question Time — scottish executive: Lifelong Learning (15 Jun 2000)

Margaret Curran: To ask the Scottish Executive what progress is being made in ensuring that lifelong learning benefits all social groups and particularly those from the most socially excluded areas of Scotland. (S1O-1954)


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