Results 1–20 of 765 for speaker:Cathy Peattie

Scottish Parliament written answers — Further and Higher Education: Further and Higher Education (21 Mar 2011)

Cathy Peattie: To ask the Scottish Executive how many staff were employed in each (a) college and (b) university in 2009-10, broken down by (i) academic, (ii) non-academic managerial and (iii) other non-academic staff.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Domestic Abuse: Domestic Abuse (18 Mar 2011)

Cathy Peattie: To ask the Scottish Executive how many women attending accident and emergency departments on each day from 22 January to 4 February 2011 disclosed, as a result of the gender-based violence action plan, that they were abused by a partner and how many indicated that they (a) had or (b) had not reported the abuse to the police, broken down by NHS board.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Domestic Abuse: Domestic Abuse (18 Mar 2011)

Cathy Peattie: To ask the Scottish Executive how many women attending accident and emergency departments on each day from 19 February to 4 March 2011 disclosed, as a result of the gender-based violence action plan, that they were abused by a partner and how many indicated that they (a) had or (b) had not reported the abuse to the police, broken down by NHS board.

Scottish Parliament: NHS Forth Valley (Meetings) (17 Mar 2011)

Cathy Peattie: 2. To ask the Scottish Executive when the Cabinet Secretary for Health and Wellbeing last met representatives of NHS Forth Valley. (S3O-13361)

Scottish Parliament: NHS Forth Valley (Meetings) (17 Mar 2011)

Cathy Peattie: The cabinet secretary will be aware that I am very proud of the new Forth Valley royal hospital for which I, my constituents and wider Falkirk campaigned. I am equally proud that Malcolm Chisholm agreed with us and gave the go-ahead to build the hospital. Forth Valley NHS Board carried out a very good consultation process. In my constituency, one of the major issues that came up was public...

Scottish Parliament: NHS Forth Valley (Meetings) (17 Mar 2011)

Cathy Peattie: Can the minister ask Forth Valley NHS Board to review the service to ensure that my constituents who live in villages have a bus service?

Scottish Parliament: “Low Carbon Scotland: Meeting the Emissions Reductions Targets 2010-2022 — Report on Proposals and Policies” (16 Mar 2011)

Cathy Peattie: We know that the Government resisted placing a duty on the public sector. Although the duties came into force in January 2011, guidance was not launched until early February. Local authorities have a key role, but they tell me that public duties simply cannot be fulfilled by part of a single outcome agreement. I welcome what the minister said, but, clearly, local authorities have a point in...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Renewable Energy: Renewable Energy (11 Mar 2011)

Cathy Peattie: To ask the Scottish Executive whether meetings have taken place between ministers or officials and representatives of Forth Energy, Scottish and Southern Energy plc and Forth Ports plc regarding proposals for large-scale biomass plants and, if so, (a) on what dates, (b) who attended and (c) what matters were discussed.

Scottish Parliament: Freight Facilities Grants (10 Mar 2011)

Cathy Peattie: 3. To ask the Scottish Executive what response it has had to its invitation to submit note of interest forms for freight facilities grants for 2011-12 and to what extent it expects the fund to be over or undersubscribed. (S3O-13243)

Scottish Parliament: Freight Facilities Grants (10 Mar 2011)

Cathy Peattie: Given that there was only one week in which to declare a note of interest, I am pleased to hear the number of applications that were made. However, given the oversubscribed nature of the grants, will the minister consider re-opening the application process?

Scottish Parliament: There is a Better Way Campaign (3 Mar 2011)

Cathy Peattie: Does the member not agree that freezing the council tax has had a major effect on women and other low-paid workers whose jobs are under threat? Is that really good enough?

Scottish Parliament: There is a Better Way Campaign (3 Mar 2011)

Cathy Peattie: I thank Elaine Smith for bringing the debate to the chamber. As Pauline McNeill said, we should have discussed these issues before. I, too, thank the STUC for its campaign, and I hope that many people here and outwith the Parliament can support it. There is a better way. In some ways, that is stating the obvious, when we consider the devastation that is planned for our economy and our public...

Scottish Parliament: Epilepsy Awareness Training (2 Mar 2011)

Cathy Peattie: The debate is important. I have found that the attitude of adults to epilepsy can be pretty appalling. Does Kenneth Gibson believe that awareness raising among teachers and children will make a difference to attitudes in the wider community?

Scottish Parliament: Fuel Duty (2 Mar 2011)

Cathy Peattie: Behind the doors in any street down which members walk, families are anxious about how they will get by over the next few years. We find ourselves in a difficult international situation and a difficult economic situation. Neither is of our making or under our control, but both have an impact on our lives. One impact is the recent large rise in fuel prices, on which we have to move forward,...

Scottish Parliament: Fuel Duty (2 Mar 2011)

Cathy Peattie: I will speak about Grangemouth shortly. Scottish fuel duty is, of course, a UK issue, and we should not linger over aspects that are reserved, but I agree that there is a Scottish dimension that we should focus on in this debate. The Scottish dimension is not just about islands and rural areas. The impact on people in those areas is not simply in how much they pay at their local pump; they...

Scottish Parliament: INEOS and PetroChina (Meetings) (24 Feb 2011)

Cathy Peattie: 5. To ask the First Minister when the Scottish Government last met INEOS and PetroChina. (S3F-2931)

Scottish Parliament: INEOS and PetroChina (Meetings) (24 Feb 2011)

Cathy Peattie: Did the cabinet secretary receive any assurances about the continuation of production and jobs at Grangemouth? When the cabinet secretary visited on the day of the announcement, why did he not take time to speak to the workforce? Does the First Minister share my concern that the major stakeholders in Grangemouth were not consulted? Why has the First Minister not responded to a letter of 4...

Scottish Parliament: Domestic Abuse (24 Feb 2011)

Cathy Peattie: I welcome the increase in conviction rates, and in particular the work of Central Scotland Police. Does the minister agree that it is important that the partnership work between police and organisations such as Women’s Aid continues, and that there is sustained support for that? It is really important that the minister and others consider proportionality in relation to violence against...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Enterprise: Enterprise (18 Feb 2011)

Cathy Peattie: To ask the Scottish Executive whether the Cabinet Secretary for Finance and Sustainable Growth and the First Minister have met Tim Tyson, the executive chairman and chief executive officer of Aptuit, and, if so, whether it will provide a report of the meeting and any subsequent action arising.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Enterprise: Enterprise (18 Feb 2011)

Cathy Peattie: To ask the Scottish Executive what action it has taken with regard to the announcement by Aptuit of the closure of Scottish operations at Riccarton and Livingston.


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