Results 61–80 of 161 for speaker:Campbell Martin

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

Campbell Martin: Will the member give way?

Scottish Parliament written answers — Body Piercing: Body Piercing (12 Apr 2005)

Campbell Martin: To ask the Scottish Executive, further to the answer to question S2W-14677 by Mr Andy Kerr on 4 March 2005, which public agencies, representative bodies and tattooing and skin and body piercing businesses were consulted during its consultation on the possible tighter regulation of skin and body piercing and when it will publish the outcome of the consultation.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Gulf War Veterans: Gulf War Veterans (12 Apr 2005)

Campbell Martin: To ask the Scottish Executive what information it has on how many ex-armed services personnel have presented themselves to the NHS citing some form of illness as a result of service in the Gulf War of 1991 and, if it does not have such information, whether it will ensure that action is taken to collate such information in future, including the nature of the illnesses reported, treatments...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Licensing: Licensing (4 Mar 2005)

Campbell Martin: To ask the Scottish Executive, further to the answer to question S2W-13123 by Mr Andy Kerr on 25 January 2005, who carried out the consultation referred to; who was consulted, and when it expects to bring into effect a Scotland-wide licensing regime monitored by local authority environmental health officers and supported by appropriate non-compliance penalties.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Enterprise: Enterprise (3 Mar 2005)

Campbell Martin: To ask the Scottish Executive what information it has on whether decisions taken by HABIA apply to Scotland and are binding on companies and businesses based in Scotland.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Enterprise: Enterprise (3 Mar 2005)

Campbell Martin: To ask the Scottish Executive what information it has on how many directors of HABIA are from Scotland or represent Scottish-based companies or businesses, which companies such directors represent and how they are appointed.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Roads: Roads (25 Feb 2005)

Campbell Martin: To ask the Scottish Executive, further to the answer to question S2W-13283 by Nicol Stephen on 24 January 2005, why West Kilbride was omitted from all directional informatory signage on the A78 Three Towns Bypass, other than that referred to in the answer and what action it will now take to ensure that West Kilbride is added to all appropriate signs along the length of the bypass.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Dentistry: Dentistry (28 Jan 2005)

Campbell Martin: To ask the Scottish Executive what timescale it considers acceptable for a person to wait before receiving non-emergency treatment from an NHS dentist; how many people have not received treatment within this timescale in each of the last five years, and what action it is taking to ensure that people can receive such treatment from an NHS dentist within this timescale.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Body Piercing: Body Piercing (25 Jan 2005)

Campbell Martin: To ask the Scottish Executive what legislation exists regarding the registration and monitoring of tattooing and body piercing establishments and whether such legislation covers all establishments which offer such services, including hairdressers, beauty therapy outlets and women’s accessories stores; what qualifications must be held before a person can tattoo or pierce bodies; whether...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Roads: Roads (24 Jan 2005)

Campbell Martin: To ask the Scottish Executive why West Kilbride has been omitted from directional informatory signage on the A78 Three Towns Bypass and what action it will take to address the position.

Scottish Parliament: Iraq (9 Dec 2004)

Campbell Martin: To understand what is happening in Iraq today, we have to understand the real reason for the war. To get to the real reason for the war in Iraq, we have to go back to September 2000—four months before George Bush was elected as the American president and a full year before the aircraft were flown into the World Trade Centre. In September 2000, an American organisation called the Project for...

Scottish Parliament: Institutional Child Abuse (1 Dec 2004)

Campbell Martin: In 1999, the Irish Taoiseach Bertie Ahern told the Dáil: "the test of a true democracy is to be found in how it treats its weakest and its most vulnerable members." On that criterion and on the testimony of far too many Scots who spent time in the care of the state, Scotland has historically failed Bertie Ahern's democracy test. For generations, Scotland has failed that test because we as a...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Housing: Housing (30 Nov 2004)

Campbell Martin: To ask the Scottish Executive what action is being taken to address the issue of affordable housing on the Isle of Arran and when such action will result in there being sufficient affordable housing on the island.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Central Heating Programme: Central Heating Programme (17 Nov 2004)

Campbell Martin: To ask the Scottish Executive what the average waiting time is for the installation of a central heating system, from application to completion of all measures, under its central heating programme and whether it considers such a timescale to be acceptable.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Environment: Environment (15 Nov 2004)

Campbell Martin: To ask the Scottish Executive whether it was made aware that approximately 81,000 cubic metres of soil at the site of the Hunterston A nuclear power station had been polluted by radioactive contamination; if so, when it was made aware and by whom; whether the exact volume and level of contamination is known and whether the contamination is confined to the Hunterston site; what action is being...

Scottish Parliament: Pensioners (4 Nov 2004)

Campbell Martin: On the basis that a change is as good as rest, I will support the SNP motion at decision time this evening. I am sure that the SNP will be delighted to hear that. The citizens pension that the SNP proposes would be a major step in the right direction. Certainly, it would be far better than anything that is offered by the present Government. However, I have a couple of concerns about the...

Scottish Parliament written answers — NHS Waiting Times: NHS Waiting Times (15 Oct 2004)

Campbell Martin: To ask the Scottish Executive whether it is acceptable that a patient referred for treatment at the maxillofacial clinic at Crosshouse Hospital has an average waiting period of 18 months before being seen; what the reasons are for such a waiting time; what specific actions are being taken to reduce this waiting time; what length of time is acceptable for a patient to wait for such treatment,...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Teachers: Teachers (11 Oct 2004)

Campbell Martin: To ask the Scottish Executive how many schools (a) operate with fewer teachers than required to ensure that every class is led by a qualified teacher, (b) rely on supply teachers to ensure that classes and courses are not cancelled and (c) are experiencing problems recruiting and retaining (i) full-time and (ii) supply teachers; what the reasons are for any such shortages, and what action it...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Parliament Building: Parliament Building (7 Oct 2004)

Campbell Martin: To ask the Scottish Parliamentary Corporate Body what the total cost was of the security wall that runs between the MSP block at Holyrood and the private residential accommodation off Reid's Close; whether the security wall would have any effect in stopping an attack on the Parliament launched from any floor of the residential accommodation that is higher than the wall; whether the land on...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Beaches: Beaches (30 Sep 2004)

Campbell Martin: To ask the Scottish Executive what the reasons are for the main beach at Largs continuing not to reach European bathing water standards, why the reasons were not successfully addressed after previously not reaching the standards; and what steps it will now take to address outstanding issues and ensure that in future the beach reaches and surpasses such standards.


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