Results 101–120 of 161 for speaker:Campbell Martin

Scottish Parliament written answers — Scottish Water: Scottish Water (8 Mar 2004)

Campbell Martin: To ask the Scottish Executive whether the current Scottish Water proposals in respect of wastewater treatment on the Isle of Arran represent best value and what the reasons are for the position on the matter.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Scottish Water: Scottish Water (8 Mar 2004)

Campbell Martin: To ask the Scottish Executive, if the current Scottish Water proposals in respect of wastewater treatment on the Isle of Arran are implemented, how many homes on the island would remain unconnected to the public sewage system; where these homes are located; what percentage of homes in each area specified by Scottish Water for improvement work would remain unconnected to the public sewerage...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Regulation of Care: Regulation of Care (24 Feb 2004)

Campbell Martin: To ask the Scottish Executive whether, under the Regulation of Care (Scotland) Act 2001 or any other legislation, tenants of residential homes attached by an internal corridor to residential care units are prevented from entering or frequenting such units and, if so, what the reasons are for these provisions.

Scottish Parliament: Nuclear Waste (11 Feb 2004)

Campbell Martin: In his opening remarks, the minister criticised the SNP for straying into areas that he said were reserved to Westminster. As the minister knows, like him, I live close to the Hunterston nuclear power station. I make no apology for referring to matters that a Parliament in London tells me that I should not refer to. I will refer to nuclear energy because although the community that I live...

Scottish Parliament: Nuclear Waste (11 Feb 2004)

Campbell Martin: No, thanks—I have a lot to get through. The claims that were made for the nuclear industry back then are still made today by people such as the minister's very good friend the Labour MP for Cunninghame North, Mr Brian Wilson. Mr Wilson is very pro-nuclear but conveniently forgets that back in 1987, when he was a mere Labour Party candidate, he supported a resolution that was passed at the...

Scottish Parliament: Nuclear Waste (11 Feb 2004)

Campbell Martin: No, thanks; have a wee seat, pal. Back then, the pro-nuclear Brian Wilson was anti-nuclear but, back then, so was Tony Blair. That is how much the Labour Party can be trusted. Let us talk briefly about what the Labour Party said about nuclear power back then. It said that nuclear power was going to be a clean source of energy, but it seems to have overlooked the fact that nuclear power...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Graveyards: Graveyards (10 Feb 2004)

Campbell Martin: To ask the Scottish Executive whether it will carry out an investigation into the reasons for the number of headstones at graves in cemeteries around Ayrshire that have been deemed unsafe by local authorities in the last few months, resulting in relatives of deceased people having to pay charges of around £100 to local authorities to have the headstones made safe.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Water Charges: Water Charges (4 Feb 2004)

Campbell Martin: To ask the Scottish Executive what assistance it can provide to any companies whose ability to compete with overseas businesses has been adversely affected by increases in water rates.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Children and Young People: Children and Young People (26 Jan 2004)

Campbell Martin: To ask the Scottish Executive whether funding provided to local authorities in relation to their responsibilities for looked after children is ring-fenced for the purpose of providing direct benefits to children in care.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Health: Health (17 Dec 2003)

Campbell Martin: To ask the Scottish Executive whether any review of the way in which stoma appliances are prescribed will ensure that stoma nurses will continue to be responsible for carrying out patient reviews and able to suggest the most appropriate appliance to be used and that patients will continue to be given a selection of appliances to test before deciding which one to have on prescription.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Roads: Roads (15 Dec 2003)

Campbell Martin: To ask the Scottish Executive whether it has received any representations from North Ayrshire Council or Amey Highways Ltd in relation to amending the signage on the A78 trunk road at West Kilbride in accordance with the result of the referendum held by North Ayrshire Council on 1 May 2003; if so, when such representations were received, and what the Executive’s position is in respect of...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Audit Scotland: Audit Scotland (12 Dec 2003)

Campbell Martin: To ask the Scottish Executive whether Audit Scotland’s practice of not releasing into the public domain any papers relating to an auditor’s investigation where it was determined that no significant audit issue existed is correct and proper and complies with the requirement of public bodies to be open and accountable.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Caledonian MacBrayne: Caledonian MacBrayne (9 Dec 2003)

Campbell Martin: To ask the Scottish Executive, further to the answer to question S2W-3580 by Nicol Stephen on 19 November 2003, when it expects Caledonian MacBrayne to report on the current review of future options related to peak fares on routes where these apply and whether the findings of the review will be made public.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Digital Technology: Digital Technology (5 Dec 2003)

Campbell Martin: To ask the Scottish Executive when residents of the Isle of Arran will be able to access broadband internet technology.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Regulation of Care: Regulation of Care (3 Dec 2003)

Campbell Martin: To ask the Scottish Executive, in light of changes to the method of payment of care home fees and the withdrawal of direct payment of residential allowance to clients, whether it will ensure that sufficient funding is provided to local authorities so that no shortfall in funding will occur and that no local authority will be required to make savings in its social services budget in order to...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Water Charges: Water Charges (3 Dec 2003)

Campbell Martin: To ask the Scottish Executive whether sections 31, 49 or 51 of the Water Industry (Scotland) Act 2002 offer any scope to Scottish Water to take cognisance of whether the level of charges levied by the company would have a detrimental impact on the ability of small businesses to continue to operate and whether Scottish Water has authority and power under that act to enter into agreement with...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Water Services: Water Services (3 Dec 2003)

Campbell Martin: To ask the Scottish Executive what the reasons were for the inclusion of sections 31, 49 and 51 in the Water Industry (Scotland) Act 2002.

Scottish Parliament: Poverty in Scotland (20 Nov 2003)

Campbell Martin: The Minister for Communities began her speech by saying that she was pleased to be here talking about poverty again. I am not pleased that we are here talking about poverty again, because the fact that we are doing so means that poverty is still a real and living thing in Scotland. It means that successive Labour and Tory unionist Governments have failed to tackle the poverty that affects far...

Scottish Parliament: Poverty in Scotland (20 Nov 2003)

Campbell Martin: No, thank you. We have heard the statistics and political theory, but I want to have a wee reality check and tell politicians in this chamber what poverty actually means to people out there, and particularly what it means for children living poverty, because they have not asked to live in poverty. Children have no control over their predicament; they learn to cope with what they are living...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Ferry Services: Ferry Services (19 Nov 2003)

Campbell Martin: To ask the Scottish Executive what information it has regarding any agreement between Caledonian MacBrayne and the Isle of Arran Ferry Committee that would have resulted in the removal of peak-time fares on ferry sailings, with a small across-the-board increase in fares being applied to make such a move revenue-neutral, and what its position is on such an agreement.


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