Results 81–100 of 1474 for speaker:Euan Robson

Scottish Parliament: Planning etc (Scotland) Bill: Stage 3: Section 2 — Development plans (15 Nov 2006)

Euan Robson: There are some residual issues relating to boundaries—it would be helpful if the minister clarified them. Fife might be divided down the middle, with one part looking towards Dundee and the other towards Edinburgh. One way around that might be to allow Fife to be part of both strategic development plan areas and for geographical coverage to extend in both directions. There is a danger that...

Scottish Parliament: Planning etc (Scotland) Bill: Stage 3: Section 1 — National Planning Framework (15 Nov 2006)

Euan Robson: If the member would leave arrangements to ministers, is he saying that he does not know what he wants?

Scottish Parliament: Planning etc (Scotland) Bill: Stage 3: Section 1 — National Planning Framework (15 Nov 2006)

Euan Robson: We do not accept the need for Bruce Crawford's amendments 93 to 95. He asks for an examination in public. In what forum? By what means? Over what period of time? Will it bring delays to the process, as I think likely? On Christine Grahame's amendment 43, I say that, if the Executive wilfully disregarded committee reports or any debate in Parliament, that would almost raise questions of...

Scottish Parliament: Planning etc (Scotland) Bill: Stage 3: Section 1 — National Planning Framework (15 Nov 2006)

Euan Robson: I welcome the minister's amendments 1 and 38 to 40, which, as he said, arose from discussions at stage 2. They are both welcome and proportionate. Like Patrick Harvie, I am pleased that the bill is now at stage 3—I think that we all are. On balance, my view is that Patrick Harvie's amendment 97 is slightly misplaced and does not sit particularly well in section 1—we will not support it...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Alzheimer's Disease: Alzheimer's Disease (13 Nov 2006)

Euan Robson: To ask the Scottish Executive what account has been taken of any savings to the NHS and local authorities in social care costs as a result of people being able to lead independent lives for longer if donepezil, galantamine and rivastigmine were to be prescribed to those suffering from the mild form of Alzheimer’s disease.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Alzheimer's Disease: Alzheimer's Disease (10 Nov 2006)

Euan Robson: To ask the Scottish Executive what the additional cost to the NHS would be if donepezil, galantamine and rivastigmine were prescribed to those suffering from the mild form of Alzheimer’s disease.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Alzheimer's Disease: Alzheimer's Disease (10 Nov 2006)

Euan Robson: To ask the Scottish Executive whether it will monitor the number of patients who choose to purchase donepezil, galantamine and rivastigmine privately for mild Alzheimer’s disease.

Scottish Parliament: Question Time — Scottish Executive — General Questions: Physiotherapists (Employment Opportunities) (9 Nov 2006)

Euan Robson: Is there any evidence that reduced levels of promotion from junior to senior grades are creating a logjam that is reducing the number of opportunities for trainees in the junior grades?

Scottish Parliament: Housing Stock Transfer (9 Nov 2006)

Euan Robson: It is helpful to have this short debate on housing stock transfer. The Liberal Democrats have always supported the concept of stock transfer and, in particular, the prospect of the change from monolithic municipal providers to community management and ownership. Housing associations should be tenant led and should adopt policies that the tenants require. If that is not happening in certain...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Alzheimer's Disease: Alzheimer's Disease (9 Nov 2006)

Euan Robson: To ask the Scottish Executive whether it will undertake a study to compare the outcomes for patients who purchase donepezil, galantamine and rivastigmine privately for mild Alzheimer’s disease and patients who do not receive the drug until they develop moderate Alzheimer’s disease.

Scottish Parliament: Community Health Projects (8 Nov 2006)

Euan Robson: Other members have congratulated Mark Ballard on securing this important debate: I add my congratulations to theirs. It has been more than useful and I support the general terms of Mark Ballard's motion. As other members have said, it is important to welcome and celebrate the work of community health projects. The debate also provides an opportunity to thank volunteers—and paid staff—for...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Community Safety: Community Safety (7 Nov 2006)

Euan Robson: To ask the Scottish Executive how much funding has been allocated to each local authority for CCTV in the last three years.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Justice: Justice (2 Nov 2006)

Euan Robson: To ask the Scottish Executive how many shop proprietors have been fined for selling cigarettes to under 16-year-olds in the Scottish Borders and nationwide since 2003.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Education: Education (30 Oct 2006)

Euan Robson: To ask the Scottish Executive whether it has reviewed, or plans to review, the effectiveness and adequacy of provision by local authorities of additional support for learning for gifted children since the passage of the Education Additional Support for Learning (Scotland) Act 2004.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Education: Education (30 Oct 2006)

Euan Robson: To ask the Scottish Executive what research it has conducted or commissioned into the extent of provision by local authorities of additional support for learning for gifted children since the passage of the Education Additional Support for Learning (Scotland) Act 2004.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Education: Education (30 Oct 2006)

Euan Robson: To ask the Scottish Executive what representations local authorities have made, either collectively or individually, in respect of the discharge of their duties to provide additional support for learning for gifted children under the Education Additional Support for Learning (Scotland) Act 2004.

Scottish Parliament: Environment and Rural Development: Scottish Environment Protection Agency (Licences) (26 Oct 2006)

Euan Robson: To ask the Scottish Executive whether it intends to review the fees for licences issued by the Scottish Environment Protection Agency and, if so, when. (S2O-10836)

Scottish Parliament: Environment and Rural Development: Scottish Environment Protection Agency (Licences) (26 Oct 2006)

Euan Robson: I am interested that comparisons are to be made with England and Wales. The minister might be aware of the issue of the use of road planings from the Berwick bypass. Scottish farmers are being asked to contribute £200 to get a licence to use planings, whereas English farmers in Northumberland do not have to do so. Would the minister agree that the regulation system has almost become an...

Scottish Parliament: First Minister's Question Time: Winter Weather (Emergencies) (26 Oct 2006)

Euan Robson: Will the First Minister consider enhancing the financial resources that the Executive makes available to local authorities when they submit flood prevention schemes?

Scottish Parliament written answers — Education: Education (5 Oct 2006)

Euan Robson: To ask the Scottish Executive whether it will provide additional resources to local authorities to improve the number, and terms and conditions, of school-based technicians under its national science strategy.


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