Results 101–120 of 760 for speaker:Keith Harding

Scottish Parliament written answers — Schools: Schools (4 Apr 2000)

Keith Harding: To ask the Scottish Executive how many secondary schools are currently located on split sites.

Scottish Parliament written answers — European Convention on Human Rights: European Convention on Human Rights (6 Apr 2000)

Keith Harding: To ask the Scottish Executive what impact the European Convention on Human Rights will have on local authority planning committees.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Schools: Schools (6 Apr 2000)

Keith Harding: To ask the Scottish Executive whether the Minister for Children and Education has any plans to visit Bell Baxter High School in Cupar, Fife.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Section 2A: Section 2A (6 Apr 2000)

Keith Harding: To ask the Scottish Executive what account it will take of the outcome of the proposed private referendum regarding the repeal of section 2A of the Local Government Act 1986.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Local Government Finance: Local Government Finance (7 Apr 2000)

Keith Harding: To ask the Scottish Executive when the Minister for Finance will provide the additional information on non-domestic rate calculation as referred to in column 544 of the Official Report of the Local Government Committee, 8th meeting, on 7 March 2000.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Cancer: Cancer (26 Apr 2000)

Keith Harding: To ask the Scottish Executive whether it will publish the number of surgeons and oncologists specialising in lung cancer for each health board.

Scottish Parliament written answers — European Convention on Human Rights: European Convention on Human Rights (26 Apr 2000)

Keith Harding: To ask the Scottish Executive what impact the European Convention on Human Rights will have on local authority licensing boards.

Scottish Parliament written answers — European Convention on Human Rights: European Convention on Human Rights (27 Apr 2000)

Keith Harding: To ask the Scottish Executive what impact the European Convention on Human Rights will have on police boards.

Scottish Parliament written answers — European Convention on Human Rights: European Convention on Human Rights (27 Apr 2000)

Keith Harding: To ask the Scottish Executive what impact the European Convention on Human Rights will have on Fire Brigade Boards.

Scottish Parliament: Elderly and Disabled People (4 May 2000)

Keith Harding: I would like to widen the debate to include the general services that are provided to the elderly and disabled. The Executive's social inclusion strategy must ensure that every older person matters. Its objectives must be, first, to ensure that older people are financially secure and, secondly, to increase the number of older people who enjoy active, independent and healthy lives. To date,...

Scottish Parliament: Elderly and Disabled People (4 May 2000)

Keith Harding: If the member had listened, she would know that all I was saying was that the working time directive had had an impact on nursing home costs that local councils will not meet. The directive is putting nursing homes in difficulties, and many are closing.

Scottish Parliament: Sport (4 May 2000)

Keith Harding: The policy of inclusiveness in sport for all members of society that is proposed by the Executive is laudable and has cross-party support. We acknowledge the achievements so far and do not wish to appear negative, but find it difficult to understand how the policy can be fully delivered without adequate financing. I hope that the minister will enlighten us about where in the Scottish block...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Local Government: Local Government (4 May 2000)

Keith Harding: To ask the Scottish Executive when the Minister for Communities last met CoSLA and what issues they discussed.

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

Keith Harding: On a point of order. Andrew Wilson should read the full facts. My voting record is 89 per cent. It happened to be low in March due to personal commitments.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Police: Police (12 May 2000)

Keith Harding: To ask the Scottish Executive, further to the answer to question S1W-972 by Mr Jim Wallace on 17 September 1999, what total cost was incurred by Central Scotland Police in respect of the disciplinary hearing of Inspector John Bunyan.

Scottish Parliament: Community Care (18 May 2000)

Keith Harding: I welcome the opportunity to debate community care again. It is worth recording what community care involves. It is the range of social care, health care and housing services provided in the community to enable citizens to maintain or improve their quality of life in the face of difficulties caused by poor health and disability from the effects of aging. It is intended to support carers,...

Scottish Parliament: Community Care (18 May 2000)

Keith Harding: I will when I finish this point, which might answer the member's question. Too many Labour-controlled councils still believe that they exist to provide jobs, not services. Alternative methods of delivery must be investigated. There must be much more joint working among councils, the voluntary organisations, the public sector and the private sector. Perhaps councils should consider shared...

Scottish Parliament: Community Care (18 May 2000)

Keith Harding: I did not hear a word that Elaine Smith said. I had already finished my speech.

Scottish Parliament: Community Care (18 May 2000)

Keith Harding: I am sorry. I apologise for not listening to what she said.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Cancer: Cancer (18 May 2000)

Keith Harding: To ask the Scottish Executive whether it has any plans for the Scottish Cancer Group, or any other body within the NHSiS, to collate information on investment in cancer services on a national basis.


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