Results 1–20 of 820 for speaker:Margaret Jamieson

Scottish Parliament: First Minister's Question Time: Budget (22 Mar 2007)

Margaret Jamieson: To ask the First Minister what impact the Chancellor of the Exchequer's budget will have on Scotland. (S2F-2794)

Scottish Parliament: First Minister's Question Time: Budget (22 Mar 2007)

Margaret Jamieson: I thank the First Minister for his reply. Yesterday's budget provides the lowest basic rate of income tax in 75 years, which of course will be of benefit to many of my constituents in Kilmarnock and Loudon. Does the First Minister agree that pensioners and hard-working families are better off with a stable economy in the United Kingdom and that a Scottish National Party Government, by...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Water Charges: Water Charges (22 Mar 2007)

Margaret Jamieson: To ask the Scottish Executive whether it proposes to continue to take account of the charitable sector in its consultation on water and sewerage charges beyond 2010.

Scottish Parliament: Scottish Commission for Public Audit (15 Mar 2007)

Margaret Jamieson: Keep going.

Scottish Parliament: Scottish Commission for Public Audit (15 Mar 2007)

Margaret Jamieson: I apologise for getting a bit excited about the possibility of being unable to speak in the debate. We are debating an important issue. Many people think that only anoraks look at accounts and audits. As the convener of the Scottish Commission for Public Audit, I assure members that I made representations to the Procedures Committee because we believed that the commission was not being...

Scottish Parliament: Question Time — Scottish Executive — Health and Community Care: National Health Service (Best Value and Efficient Government) (15 Mar 2007)

Margaret Jamieson: To ask the Scottish Executive what guidance has been issued to NHS boards to take account of co-location and dispersal of non-patient interface services to meet best value and efficient government objectives. (S2O-12370)

Scottish Parliament: Question Time — Scottish Executive — Health and Community Care: National Health Service (Best Value and Efficient Government) (15 Mar 2007)

Margaret Jamieson: Will the minister investigate Ayrshire and Arran NHS Board's current proposals to build modular office accommodation for non-patient interface staff at a cost of £2 million without considering the facilities that are being made available by local authorities, which are pursuing a regeneration strategy that is contained in their agreed community plan?

Scottish Parliament: Complaint (8 Mar 2007)

Margaret Jamieson: Will the member take an intervention?

Scottish Parliament: Question Time — Scottish Executive — Finance and Public Services and Communities: Challenge 21 (8 Mar 2007)

Margaret Jamieson: To ask the Scottish Executive what action it is taking to promote challenge 21 to eradicate underage purchasing of alcohol. (S2O-12285)

Scottish Parliament: Question Time — Scottish Executive — Finance and Public Services and Communities: Challenge 21 (8 Mar 2007)

Margaret Jamieson: Does the minister agree that licensees in the on-sales and off-sales trade who operate challenge 21 should be congratulated on their contribution to combating underage drinking in our communities? Does he further agree that licensing boards should do more to encourage those who do not currently operate challenge 21, and in certain cases make the initiative a condition of licence?

Scottish Parliament: Community Safety (21 Feb 2007)

Margaret Jamieson: I welcome this opportunity to debate community safety. Our approach as a Labour-led Executive has been generally welcomed by my constituents. However, we still have some work to do to meet the needs of all communities. I conducted surveys in my constituency last summer, and I held a series of meetings during the winter months with people who said that they had issues with antisocial...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Regeneration: Regeneration (15 Feb 2007)

Margaret Jamieson: To ask the Scottish Executive how its relocation policy can aid regeneration of town centres.

Scottish Parliament: Question Time — Scottish Executive — General Questions: Fireworks Ban (1 Feb 2007)

Margaret Jamieson: To ask the Scottish Executive what discussion it is having with the United Kingdom Government regarding the possibility of implementing a ban on personal use of fireworks. (S2O-11869)

Scottish Parliament: Question Time — Scottish Executive — General Questions: Fireworks Ban (1 Feb 2007)

Margaret Jamieson: I thank the minister for his somewhat belated response. The minister's answer gives me cause for concern. A number of my constituents have written to him in the last month, but letters that were addressed to him have been passed to the Department of Trade and Industry by his officials. Is he aware of the curt response that my constituents have received from the DTI correspondence official?...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Rail Network: Rail Network (25 Jan 2007)

Margaret Jamieson: To ask the Scottish Executive when it will be in a position to announce whether it will support and provide finance for the dynamic loop on the Kilmarnock to Glasgow rail line.

Scottish Parliament: Criminal Proceedings etc (Reform) (Scotland) Bill: Stage 3: Section 14 — Proceedings in absence of accused (18 Jan 2007)

Margaret Jamieson: Will Margaret Mitchell tell Parliament what her proposal would mean for the victims of crime who were waiting for the trial?

Scottish Parliament: North-west Kilmarnock Primary Care Neighbourhood Services Centre (11 Jan 2007)

Margaret Jamieson: The opening for business last month of the £9.4 million north-west Kilmarnock centre, which is in my constituency, is a further example of the development of neighbourhood services centres in East Ayrshire. The north-west Kilmarnock centre is the third such centre to have been developed in recent years in a way that addresses the needs of specific communities. It takes the concept of...

Scottish Parliament: Accident and Emergency Units (11 Jan 2007)

Margaret Jamieson: The review of emergency and unscheduled health provision in Ayrshire and Arran has not been an easy process. As we all know, it is never easy when hard decisions must be made. It is unacceptable that some members, in particular John Scott, refuse to see or even consider the big picture for the 310,000 people who live in Ayrshire and Arran. John and his colleagues continue to wave shrouds...

Scottish Parliament: Accident and Emergency Units (11 Jan 2007)

Margaret Jamieson: Our health service is more than buildings. It is about meeting the needs of patients. That means delivering the highest quality care in the most appropriate facility, which is not always a hospital building. I correct Shona Robison in relation to the consultation that was undertaken in Ayrshire and Arran. The process met the criteria of the Scottish health council. The process of lay...

Scottish Parliament: Accident and Emergency Units (11 Jan 2007)

Margaret Jamieson: The decision to make £150,000 available over two years to NHS Ayrshire and Arran to enable infrastructure to be established is very much welcomed. The minister's decision also provides for £30 million to be made available to NHS Ayrshire and Arran over four years from 2009. That is over and above the normal capital allocation. It is to be spent on improvements to theatres and a much...


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