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Scottish Parliament: Scottish Products (United States Tariffs) (14 Nov 2019)

Linda Fabiani: You can, if you wish.

Scottish Parliament: Domestic Abuse (Scotland) Act 2018 (Non-harassment Orders) (13 Nov 2019)

Linda Fabiani: 7. To ask the Scottish Government how it monitors the issuing of non-harassment orders by sheriffs under the Domestic Abuse (Scotland) Act 2018. (S5O-03751)

Scottish Parliament: Domestic Abuse (Scotland) Act 2018 (Non-harassment Orders) (13 Nov 2019)

Linda Fabiani: I thank the cabinet secretary for his answer and the reinforcement of the requirements of the 2018 act. I have heard reports that there might well be reluctance in the courts to issue NHOs, so can the justice secretary please consider some way of monitoring that before the end of the three-year statutory period?

Scottish Parliament: Artificial Intelligence and Data-Driven Technologies (13 Nov 2019)

Linda Fabiani: I can allow you to speak for up to eight and a half minutes, Mr Lockhart.

Scottish Parliament: Pancreatic Cancer Awareness (13 Nov 2019)

Linda Fabiani: The next item of business is a members’ business debate on motion S5M-18679, in the name of Clare Adamson, on pancreatic cancer awareness. The debate will be concluded without any question being put. Motion debated, That the Parliament notes that November marks Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month and that 21 November 2019 is World Pancreatic Cancer Day; congratulates all of the pancreatic...

Scottish Parliament: Venison (7 Nov 2019)

Linda Fabiani: 8. To ask the Scottish Government how it promotes venison as a nutritional food. (S5O-03726)

Scottish Parliament: Venison (7 Nov 2019)

Linda Fabiani: Everyone in the chamber will be aware that we have issues with peri-urban deer, and lowland deer stalkers do a great deal of work in that regard to keep our roads and urban areas safe. However, I have often thought it a loss that in urban Scotland we do not promote venison as the healthy and nutritious food that it is. I have previously raised the issue of venison larders in urban settings....

Scottish Parliament: Referendums (Scotland) Bill: Stage 1 (7 Nov 2019)

Linda Fabiani: You must come to a close, please.

Scottish Parliament: United Kingdom Budget (Cancellation) (6 Nov 2019)

Linda Fabiani: I have supplementary questions from three members. The questions should not be too long.

Scottish Parliament: Ferries (6 Nov 2019)

Linda Fabiani: The next item of business is a debate on motion S5M-19715, in the name of Jamie Greene, on the resilience of Scotland’s ferry network.

Scottish Parliament: UN Year of Indigenous Languages and European Day of Languages (6 Nov 2019)

Linda Fabiani: The final item of business is a members’ business debate on motion S5M-18960, in the name of Angus MacDonald, on the United Nations year of indigenous languages and European day of languages. The debate will be concluded without any question being put. I ask those members who wish to speak in the debate to press their request-to-speak buttons. Members will note that there are things—I...

Scottish Parliament: UEFA European Championship (Scotland) Bill: Stage 1 (5 Nov 2019)

Linda Fabiani: The last of the open debate speakers is Bill Kidd.

Scottish Parliament: Social Security and Older People (31 Oct 2019)

Linda Fabiani: The next item of business is portfolio question time. I will try to get as many members in as possible, so please be succinct.

Scottish Parliament: European Union Farming Funding (Convergence Funds) (31 Oct 2019)

Linda Fabiani: The next item of business is a statement by Fergus Ewing on allocating convergence funding to Scottish farmers and crofters. The cabinet secretary will take questions at the end of his statement, so there should be no interventions or interruptions.

Scottish Parliament: The Scottish Greenhouse Gas Emissions Annual Target Report for 2017 (31 Oct 2019)

Linda Fabiani: The next item of business is a statement by Roseanna Cunningham on “The Scottish Greenhouse Gas Emissions Annual Target Report for 2017”. The cabinet secretary will take questions at the end of her statement, so there should be no interventions or interruptions.

Scottish Parliament: Glasgow School of Art Fire (30 Oct 2019)

Linda Fabiani: We move to the open debate. Speeches should be of a maximum of six minutes, please.

Scottish Parliament: Glasgow School of Art Fire (30 Oct 2019)

Linda Fabiani: We move to the closing speeches.

Scottish Parliament: Social Security (Disability Assistance) (29 Oct 2019)

Linda Fabiani: We move on to the open debate. We are a bit pushed for time, so speeches should be no more than six minutes.

Scottish Parliament: Asda Walmart (Contract Imposition) (29 Oct 2019)

Linda Fabiani: The final item of business is a members’ business debate on motion S5M-18479, in the name of Pauline McNeill, on Asda Walmart contract imposition. The debate will be concluded without any question being put. Motion debated, That the Parliament notes reports that Asda Walmart is seeking to impose new contracts on its predominately female supermarket workforce, under threat of dismissal;...

Scottish Parliament: Charter of Rights for People with Dementia and their Carers (9 Oct 2019)

Linda Fabiani: The final item of business this evening is a members’ business debate on motion S5M-18709, in the name of Sandra White, on the 10th anniversary of the charter of rights for people with dementia and their carers. The debate will be concluded without any question being put. Motion debated, That the Parliament notes that October 2019 is the 10th anniversary of the Charter of Rights for People...


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