Margo MacDonald: The ancillary staff of the Edinburgh royal infirmary have been transferred to the employ of Haden Young. Haden Young's pension scheme does not equate with the NHS scheme. Can Mr McConnell explain how the scheme is to be funded? Has he renegotiated the contract with Haden Young, or will the Health Service Executive pick up the bill for that group of workers who will lose their pension rights?
Margo MacDonald: Will the minister give way?
Margo MacDonald: I am delighted to hear that the wind-tunnel tests are in hand, although I am surprised that they were not in hand a bit earlier. What happens if the tests fail?
Margo MacDonald: Can I confirm that I have seven minutes?
Margo MacDonald: I will attempt to summarise the debate and I will try hard to disregard John McAllion's friendly advice that we should all just keep quiet in our opposition. I do not mean to keep quiet, not because-I say this to Mr Watson-I am being opportunist, but because I was elected by people in this area. Just like Cathie Craigie, the member for Cumbernauld and Kilsyth, I feel a sense of civic...
Margo MacDonald: I will certainly give way; I have better manners.
Margo MacDonald: I think that that is true, but it is also true that neither her constituents nor mine make a habit of reading Hansard . [Laughter.] However, I will move on. Several factors influenced this amendment. There is the concern that the Holyrood site is not the most suitable. I know that we are past the time when the then Scottish secretary was advised against choosing other than Calton hill. I...
Margo MacDonald: May I ask for a point of information?
Margo MacDonald: To ask the Presiding Officer whether he will ensure that no further contracts are signed for the Holyrood Building Project until Parliament has considered the matter.
Margo MacDonald: Will Johann Lamont give way?
Margo MacDonald: Will Mrs Mulligan give way?
Margo MacDonald: On a point of order, Mr Deputy Presiding Officer. Could you give me some advice on procedural matters? They arise out of the message from the Presiding Officer in business bulletin No 7. According to that very thoughtful message-I am not sucking up-Mr Gorrie's motion on the Holyrood Parliament site is unlikely to be taken until after the Parliamentary Bureau has met. I ask the First Minister,...