Results 41–60 of 1374 for speaker:Bob Doris

Scottish Parliament written answers — Children and Young People: Children and Young People (22 Oct 2007)

Bob Doris: To ask the Scottish Executive what the average level of clothing grant award for school uniforms has been per child in each year since 1999, broken down by local authority.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Children and Young People: Children and Young People (22 Oct 2007)

Bob Doris: To ask the Scottish Executive whether it is aware of the assessment criteria used by each local authority to determine eligibility for clothing grants for school uniforms and, if so, whether it will publish this information and, if not, whether it will collate such information.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Children and Young People: Children and Young People (22 Oct 2007)

Bob Doris: To ask the Scottish Executive what plans it has to standardise across each local authority area the (a) eligibility criteria for and (b) level of clothing grants for school uniforms.

Scottish Parliament: First Minister's Question Time: Comprehensive Spending Review 2007 (25 Oct 2007)

Bob Doris: To ask the First Minister whether the outcome of the 2007 comprehensive spending review places constraints on the Scottish Government's ability to deliver for the people of Scotland. (S3F-222)

Scottish Parliament: First Minister's Question Time: Comprehensive Spending Review 2007 (25 Oct 2007)

Bob Doris: Further to the massive let-down that was Scotland's settlement as part of the comprehensive spending review, will the First Minister comment on the reports of earlier in the week that the Scottish block is losing out on an additional £100 million as the result of a deal that the previous Administration made on council tax and housing benefit?

Scottish Parliament: Early Years and Early Intervention (31 Oct 2007)

Bob Doris: Will the member give way?

Scottish Parliament: Early Years and Early Intervention (31 Oct 2007)

Bob Doris: Will the member give way?

Scottish Parliament: Early Years and Early Intervention (31 Oct 2007)

Bob Doris: Will the member give way?

Scottish Parliament: Finance and Sustainable Growth: Minister for Enterprise, Energy and Tourism (Meetings) (1 Nov 2007)

Bob Doris: To ask the Scottish Executive what conclusions and lessons for Scotland the Minister for Enterprise, Energy and Tourism identified in his meetings with economic, social and political representatives during his recent trip to Canada. (S3O-1005)

Scottish Parliament: Finance and Sustainable Growth: Minister for Enterprise, Energy and Tourism (Meetings) (1 Nov 2007)

Bob Doris: I am glad that the minister mentioned Albertan oil. Does he agree with Peter Day, the BBC World Service presenter, who stated: "This oil belongs to the Province of Alberta. It is making it rich: a big place with a small population of three million people. Alberta has paid off its debts and has such a budget surplus already that it has just given every provincial taxpayer a rebate cheque for...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Child Poverty: Child Poverty (6 Nov 2007)

Bob Doris: To ask the Scottish Executive what representations it intends to make to the new child poverty unit set up by the UK Government.

Scottish Parliament: Commonwealth Games 2014 (14 Nov 2007)

Bob Doris: We all hope that Scottish youngsters will be able to cheer on their sporting heroes and role models and that those role models will inspire youngsters to take an active interest in sport. We also hope to showcase the best of Scotland and Scots and to welcome visitors from abroad during the Commonwealth games. Will the First Minister endeavour to ensure that ticket touting, which is the...

Scottish Parliament: Strategic Spending Review (14 Nov 2007)

Bob Doris: Will Richard Baker give way?

Scottish Parliament: Strategic Spending Review (14 Nov 2007)

Bob Doris: Will Richard Baker give way?

Scottish Parliament: Strategic Spending Review (14 Nov 2007)

Bob Doris: Will Richard Baker give way?

Scottish Parliament: Strategic Spending Review (14 Nov 2007)

Bob Doris: Will Richard Baker give way?

Scottish Parliament: Stobhill Hospital (Parking Charges) (14 Nov 2007)

Bob Doris: I pay tribute to Paul Martin for bringing the issue to Parliament's attention. The debate so far has been useful in shining a light on many of the problems that car parking charges are causing. I am keen to speak in today's debate and must declare an interest. My partner, Janet, is a nurse and has been affected by car parking charges at both Glasgow royal infirmary and Glasgow's Western...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Environment: Environment (15 Nov 2007)

Bob Doris: To ask the Scottish Executive what support it gives to environmental initiatives in Glasgow.

Scottish Parliament: First Minister's Question Time: Nursery Teachers (15 Nov 2007)

Bob Doris: The First Minister is aware of the 100 parents, many of whose children are in pre-school, who signed a statement of support for the SNP's family-friendly policies. After yesterday's historic first SNP Government budget, do those 100 parents have reason for optimism?

Scottish Parliament: Alcohol and Tobacco Consumption (15 Nov 2007)

Bob Doris: I congratulate Bill Wilson on securing this members' debate and on bringing such an interesting and potentially beneficial motion before the Parliament. Several members have used statistics. I am afraid that I will not be able to use any—although Dr Wilson handed me a small summary of his statistics before the debate began. I have not had the chance to dip into it yet, but I promise him...


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