Results 21–40 of 1158 for speaker:Angus MacKay

Scottish Parliament: Extradition Bill (21 Nov 2002)

Angus MacKay: Not yet. The present system, as Lord James Douglas-Hamilton mentioned, allows for up to six years in some cases to achieve extradition. The SNP's proposal, in calling for legislation on the matter here in Scotland, seeks in effect to create a further giant hiding place for those who are accused of serious criminal offences. It seeks to do that by taking the existing system and flying directly...

Scottish Parliament: Extradition Bill (21 Nov 2002)

Angus MacKay: The SNP position proposes more legislation, more opportunities for criminals to appeal and nil concentration on achieving the objective of extradition of those who are accused of serious organised crime.

Scottish Parliament: Extradition Bill (21 Nov 2002)

Angus MacKay: I have read the motion and the SNP's amendment, which clearly "calls upon the Scottish Executive to bring forward legislation" in this Parliament. That confirms what I said—the SNP is asking for another layer of law, which will allow those who are accused of such criminal offences, and whose extradition is sought, to appeal further under more layers of legislation. That will merely further...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Nursery Education: Nursery Education (20 Nov 2002)

Angus MacKay: To ask the Scottish Executive what the average increase in spending per nursery school has been in each year, compared with the previous year, since 1996-97 to date, broken down by local authority.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Social Justice: Social Justice (12 Nov 2002)

Angus MacKay: To ask the Scottish Executive how many families were living in poverty in each month of each year since 1996.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Education: Education (8 Nov 2002)

Angus MacKay: To ask the Scottish Executive how much has been invested in (a) primary and (b) secondary school education in each year since 1996, expressed in (i) cash and (ii) real terms.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Police: Police (4 Nov 2002)

Angus MacKay: To ask the Scottish Executive how many (a) police officers and (b) civilian staff there were in each police force (i) on 1 April and (ii) on average in each year since 1996.

Scottish Parliament: Edinburgh Waverley Station (31 Oct 2002)

Angus MacKay: I join colleagues in congratulating Sarah Boyack on securing this evening's debate. I want to take a more parochial approach to the debate. As has been said, Waverley station is a very important national transport hub for Scotland. However, it is also a very important local transport hub for Edinburgh—in particular, for south Edinburgh. My parochial angle is the Edinburgh south suburban...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Employment: Employment (16 Oct 2002)

Angus MacKay: To ask the Scottish Executive how many long-term unemployed people there were (a) on 1 April and (b) on average in each year since 1996.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Employment: Employment (16 Oct 2002)

Angus MacKay: To ask the Scottish Executive how many unemployed people aged under 25 there were (a) on 1 April and (b) on average in each year since 1996.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Employment: Employment (16 Oct 2002)

Angus MacKay: To ask the Scottish Executive how many jobs there were (a) on 1 April and (b) on average in each year since 1996.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Employment: Employment (16 Oct 2002)

Angus MacKay: To ask the Scottish Executive (a) how many people were and (b) what percentage of the labour market was working in each month of each year since 1996.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Expenditure: Expenditure (16 Oct 2002)

Angus MacKay: To ask the Scottish Executive in which years for which figures are available public expenditure was highest in (a) cash and (b) real terms in respect of (i) health, (ii) education, (iii) policing and (iv) local government.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Health: Health (16 Oct 2002)

Angus MacKay: To ask the Scottish Executive how many people were treated in hospital in each year since 1996.

Scottish Parliament written answers — NHS Pay: NHS Pay (16 Oct 2002)

Angus MacKay: To ask the Scottish Executive what the average annual salary of (a) hospital doctors, (b) nurses and (c) GPs has been in each year since 1996.

Scottish Parliament written answers — NHS Waiting Lists: NHS Waiting Lists (16 Oct 2002)

Angus MacKay: To ask the Scottish Executive (a) how many people were on hospital waiting lists and (b) what the average length of waiting time for an operation was in each year since 1996.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Crime: Crime (11 Oct 2002)

Angus MacKay: To ask the Scottish Executive how many crimes were (a) committed and (b) cleared up in each year since 1996.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Drug Misuse: Drug Misuse (11 Oct 2002)

Angus MacKay: To ask the Scottish Executive how many drug-related convictions there have been in each year since 1996.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Drug Misuse: Drug Misuse (11 Oct 2002)

Angus MacKay: To ask the Scottish Executive what the annual expenditure on drug-related activities has been in each year since 1996, broken down by expenditure on crime, education, rehabilitation and treatment.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Education: Education (11 Oct 2002)

Angus MacKay: To ask the Scottish Executive how many people have taken up further education in each year since 1996.


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