Results 121–140 of 760 for speaker:Keith Harding

Scottish Parliament written answers — National Stadium: National Stadium (23 May 2000)

Keith Harding: To ask the Scottish Executive, further to the answer to question S1W-3756 by Mr Sam Galbraith on 6 March 2000, which budget the additional £600,000 funding offered to the Hampden rescue package will come from, given that all estimated end-year flexibility within the Education, Culture and Sport budget has been allocated.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Roads: Roads (23 May 2000)

Keith Harding: To ask the Scottish Executive how much it would cost each local authority to clear its backlog of road repairs and maintenance.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Working Groups: Working Groups (24 May 2000)

Keith Harding: To ask the Scottish Executive whether it will list all the task forces, working groups, review groups, action groups and similar committees established by the Minister for Communities and her deputy ministers since 6 May 1999.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Civil Service: Civil Service (25 May 2000)

Keith Harding: To ask the Scottish Executive what measures it is taking to encourage the dispersal of civil service jobs to Fife.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Local Government Elections: Local Government Elections (25 May 2000)

Keith Harding: To ask the Scottish Executive whether it intends to alter the date of the next local authority elections to 2003 from spring 2002.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Schools: Schools (25 May 2000)

Keith Harding: To ask the Scottish Executive to list all individuals and organisations who have made representations to it concerning the split-site nature of Bell Baxter High School, Cupar, Fife.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Local Government Finance: Local Government Finance (31 May 2000)

Keith Harding: To ask the Scottish Executive whether it will list all the task forces, working groups, review groups, action groups and similar committees relating to local government finance established by the Minister for Finance since 6 May 1999.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Parliamentary Questions: Parliamentary Questions (31 May 2000)

Keith Harding: To ask the Scottish Executive when it expects to give a substantive answer to question S1W-5202 lodged on 9 March 2000.

Scottish Parliament: Civic Participation (1 Jun 2000)

Keith Harding: I, too, welcome the statement, the sentiments of which are quite laudable. However, will the Executive listen to the outcome of consultations? We have just experienced wide civic participation in the form of a referendum, but the view of more than 1 million people is being ignored. I should also be interested to learn how community councils fit into the scheme of things. We believe that they...

Scottish Parliament: Bell Baxter High School (1 Jun 2000)

Keith Harding: I am grateful to be able to debate this issue, which has been a cause of great concern in North-East Fife constituency for a considerable number of years. In March this year, along with all the other MSPs representing the area, I received an invitation from the Bell Baxter school board to visit its high school in Cupar and spend a day in the life of a school pupil. With Tricia Marwick, I...

Scottish Parliament: Question Time — Scottish executive: Local Authority Boundaries (1 Jun 2000)

Keith Harding: The Local Government Committee has been in correspondence with councillors from Cumbernauld. We felt that, when we discuss the role of the boundary commission later this year, this issue should be acknowledged. Does the minister agree that that is the appropriate way in which to proceed?

Scottish Parliament: First Minister's Question Time — scottish executive: Local Government Finance (1 Jun 2000)

Keith Harding: To ask the First Minister whether the Scottish Executive has any plans to introduce a local income tax in addition to council tax or to return non-domestic rates to council control. (S1F-360)

Scottish Parliament: First Minister's Question Time — scottish executive: Local Government Finance (1 Jun 2000)

Keith Harding: Like Kenneth Gibson, I am not sure that I should thank the minister. However, perhaps that answer indicated a change in the Liberal flagship policy of introducing a local income tax. Will the minister join me in condemning the leader of an SNP-controlled council for advocating such proposals and their consequential damaging effects on local economies?

Scottish Parliament: First Minister's Question Time — scottish executive: Local Government Finance (1 Jun 2000)

Keith Harding: I asked whether the minister would join me in condemning the SNP—

Scottish Parliament: Rough Sleeping (1 Jun 2000)

Keith Harding: Rough sleeping is an ever-present problem that is all too obvious in our cities. It is a problem that we all have a duty to resolve but it is also a problem that it would be impossible to eradicate completely. That is why the Executive's pledge to end the need for rough sleeping rather than end rough sleeping is correct. The level of rough sleeping is difficult to assess, but it seems that it...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Local Government Elections: Local Government Elections (9 Jun 2000)

Keith Harding: To ask the Scottish Executive whether it has any plans to extend the polling hours in local authority elections.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Working Groups: Working Groups (13 Jun 2000)

Keith Harding: To ask the Scottish Executive whether it will publish, with regard to its Homelessness Task Force, the criteria for selecting the individual members of the task force, its budget allocation and details of the number of times it has met so far.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Working Groups: Working Groups (13 Jun 2000)

Keith Harding: To ask the Scottish Executive whether it will publish, with regard to its Leadership Advisory Panel, the criteria for selecting the individual members of the panel, its budget allocation and details of the number of times it has met so far.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Working Groups: Working Groups (13 Jun 2000)

Keith Harding: To ask the Scottish Executive whether it will publish, with regard to its Part V (Police Act 1997) Voluntary Issues Review, the criteria for selecting the individual members of the review group, its budget allocation and details of the number of times it has met so far.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Working Groups: Working Groups (13 Jun 2000)

Keith Harding: To ask the Scottish Executive whether it will publish, with regard to its Working Group on Houses in Multiple Occupation Guidance, the criteria for selecting the individual members of the working group, its budget allocation and details of the number of times it has met so far.


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