Results 41–60 of 161 for speaker:Campbell Martin

Scottish Parliament: North Ayrshire Council Public-Private Partnership Schools Project (1 Mar 2006)

Campbell Martin: I thank those members who have supported the motion and who have decided to stay behind and take part in the debate. I record my thanks to the people of Saltcoats and Ardrossan, who have made clear their opposition to the plans of North Ayrshire Council. I thank in particular the members of the Laighdykes residents group, who have been prepared to stand up and fight for what they believe in...

Scottish Parliament: Rendition Flights (22 Dec 2005)

Campbell Martin: If one point has come out of the debate, it is surely that absolutely no one in Parliament endorses or supports torture or kidnap. I am sure that the people of Scotland expect Parliament to emphasise that we do not support such practices, so I cannot understand the reluctance to carry out at Scottish level an investigation to determine whether Scottish airspace or airports have been used to...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Teachers: Teachers (29 Nov 2005)

Campbell Martin: To ask the Scottish Executive whether it considers that there are any reasons why local authorities will be unable to fill vacancies for teachers in subject departments and, if so, what these reasons are and what action it will take to address the issue as soon as possible.

Scottish Parliament written answers — People with Disabilities: People with Disabilities (24 Nov 2005)

Campbell Martin: To ask the Scottish Executive whether any assessment has been made of the impact on the health and general well-being of disabled people in Scotland whose mobility is severely restricted of the situation whereby, according to Motability, the waiting time for a vehicle capable of being driven from a wheelchair is 24 months or more; whether it is aware of the number of people in Scotland made...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Public Private Partnerships: Public Private Partnerships (21 Nov 2005)

Campbell Martin: To ask the Scottish Executive how much it has allocated towards the funding of local authority PPP projects in total and broken down by project; how many local authority PPP projects have subsequently been referred for Executive consideration, broken down by project; how many local authority PPP projects have been agreed by the Executive, broken down by project, and whether the Executive's...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Fisheries: Fisheries (17 Nov 2005)

Campbell Martin: To ask the Scottish Executive whether it accepts the statement by Dr Steven Gaines, Director or University of California’s Santa Barbara’s Marine Science Institute that "there are virtually no exceptions to the fact that all (no-take zones) have the exact same result: Where the average abundance (of marine species) goes up, the average size goes up, and the numbers of species goes up" and...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Employment: Employment (10 Oct 2005)

Campbell Martin: To ask the Scottish Executive how many (a) full-time and (b) part-time jobs have been (i) created and (ii) lost in North Ayrshire in each year since 1999 and how these figures compare with other areas of Scotland.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Roads: Roads (7 Oct 2005)

Campbell Martin: To ask the Scottish Executive what redress citizens have when protracted works carried out on roads by local authorities result in financial losses for business and noise nuisance and disruption for local residents.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Drug Misuse: Drug Misuse (27 Sep 2005)

Campbell Martin: To ask the Scottish Executive what facilities for drug rehabilitation are available in the North Ayrshire local authority area and how such facilities compare with those available in previous years.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Drug Misuse: Drug Misuse (27 Sep 2005)

Campbell Martin: To ask the Scottish Executive what the average waiting time was for drug rehabilitation treatment in the North Ayrshire local authority area in each of the last five years; what the current figure is, and how this compares with (a) East Ayrshire local authority area, (b) South Ayrshire local authority area and (c) each NHS board area.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Drug Misuse: Drug Misuse (27 Sep 2005)

Campbell Martin: To ask the Scottish Executive how many registered heroin users there were in the North Ayrshire local authority area in each of the last five years; what the current figure is, and how this compares with (a) East Ayrshire local authority area, (b) South Ayrshire local authority area and (c) each NHS board area.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Crime: Crime (15 Sep 2005)

Campbell Martin: To ask the Scottish Executive what the rates of crime involving the illegal importation, cultivation, supply or possession of drugs have been in the North Ayrshire local authority area in each year since 2002-03.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Enterprise: Enterprise (13 Sep 2005)

Campbell Martin: To ask the Scottish Executive how much money has been awarded to companies in North Ayrshire under regional selective assistance (RSA) in each year since 1999 and how many jobs have been safeguarded by RSA, broken down by company.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Road Signs: Road Signs (13 Sep 2005)

Campbell Martin: To ask the Scottish Executive what evidence it has that directional and distance signage for West Kilbride on the A78 Three Towns Bypass is appropriate; what impact the absence of direction and distance signage for West Kilbride has on the ability of road users to find the village, and when it will erect direction and distance signage that will allow road users to drive to the village without...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Drug Misuse: Drug Misuse (9 Sep 2005)

Campbell Martin: To ask the Scottish Executive how many drug-related deaths have been recorded in the North Ayrshire local authority area in each year since 1995-96.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Scottish Executive Staff: Scottish Executive Staff (9 Sep 2005)

Campbell Martin: To ask the Scottish Executive whether any employees from the private sector have been seconded to work within Executive departments; if so, who they are, what departments they have been working in and what has been the duration and purpose of any such secondments.

Scottish Parliament: Playing Fields (1 Jun 2005)

Campbell Martin: I am grateful to Mike Watson for lodging the motion, which, as we have heard, is about a serious and— unfortunately—increasing problem. Mike Watson and I are members of the Public Petitions Committee, to which a number of petitions have been submitted from local communities throughout Scotland that object to local authorities' plans to build on playing fields. Back in May 2004, the...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Health: Health (9 May 2005)

Campbell Martin: To ask the Scottish Executive how many former UK services personnel are being treated by NHS Scotland, broken down by NHS board area, for illnesses that may be connected with the patients having attended nuclear weapons tests carried out by Her Majesty’s Government in the Pacific Ocean and at Maralinga in Australia between 1952 and 1967 and what the financial implications to NHS Scotland...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Health: Health (5 May 2005)

Campbell Martin: To ask the Scottish Executive whether it is aware of any studies carried out to determine whether any specific illnesses or conditions in former UK services personnel, their children and grandchildren, could be related to radiation present at nuclear weapons tests carried out by Her Majesty’s Government in the Pacific Ocean and at Maralinga in Australia between 1952 and 1967 and what the...

Scottish Parliament: Scotland's Needs and Aspirations (13 Apr 2005)

Campbell Martin: Presiding Officer, I am grateful that you were able to squeeze me into the debate. I am also grateful to my colleague Margo MacDonald, who gave up some of her time to allow me to make a contribution to the debate, in which we as MSPs raise the issues that our constituents have told us are of concern to them. That is the whole point of the motion; it is unfortunate that the lead speaker for...


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