Results 141–160 of 1629 for speaker:Andrew Wilson

Scottish Parliament written answers — Higher Education: Higher Education (6 Jan 2003)

Andrew Wilson: To ask the Scottish Executive what information it receives from the Higher Education Statistics Agency.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Higher and Further Education: Higher and Further Education (6 Jan 2003)

Andrew Wilson: To ask the Scottish Executive how many full-time equivalent (FTE) students there have been on average for each FTE counsellor in higher and further education institutions in each year since 1995 and from what source it obtained this information.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Higher and Further Education: Higher and Further Education (6 Jan 2003)

Andrew Wilson: To ask the Scottish Executive what higher and further education institutions operated a waiting list for counselling services in each year since 1995 and from what source it obtained this information.

Scottish Parliament: Question Time — Scottish Executive: Business Failures (12 Dec 2002)

Andrew Wilson: Does the minister accept that, despite Scotland's outstanding economic potential, our already mediocre Scottish growth record has got worse since Labour came to power? Does the minister put any of that down to the fact that, according to his predecessor, the First Minister would not take growth seriously and she could not get the economy on to the Labour Executive's agenda? Will the minister...

Scottish Parliament: Scottish Information Commissioner (12 Dec 2002)

Andrew Wilson: On a point of order, Presiding Officer. Will you undertake to review rule 7.3.1 of the standing orders in light of the conduct of the debate and some of the shameless accusations made about SNP members? Will you report at decision time as to whether rule 7.3.1 has been observed?

Scottish Parliament written answers — Student Finance: Student Finance (12 Dec 2002)

Andrew Wilson: To ask the Scottish Executive what consultations it has had with Her Majesty’s Government on student funding.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Public Private Partnerships: Public Private Partnerships (11 Dec 2002)

Andrew Wilson: To ask the Scottish Executive, with regard to its news release SEFD122/2002 of 11 November 2002, whether the protocol agreed with the Scottish Trades Union Congress on public private partnership contracts will provide transferred employees in Scotland with exactly the same protections as provided by the Cabinet Office statement of practice and what the (a) advantages and (b) disadvantages are...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Public Private Partnerships: Public Private Partnerships (11 Dec 2002)

Andrew Wilson: To ask the Scottish Executive, with regard to its news release SEFD122/2002 of 11 November 2002, whether any employee transfer groups will not be covered by the protocol agreed with the Scottish Trades Union Congress on public private partnership contracts.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Public Private Partnerships: Public Private Partnerships (11 Dec 2002)

Andrew Wilson: To ask the Scottish Executive, with regard to its news release SEFD122/2002 of 11 November 2002, by what mechanism the protocol agreed with the Scottish Trades Union Congress on public private partnership contracts will be enforced, detailing all actions that can be taken against any party that will not comply with the protocol.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Public Private Partnerships: Public Private Partnerships (11 Dec 2002)

Andrew Wilson: To ask the Scottish Executive, with regard to its news release SEFD122/2002 of 11 November 2002, what investigations it has undertaken in order to ascertain how many private finance initiative and public private partnership contracts the protocol agreed with the Scottish Trades Union Congress will apply to between the date of the protocol coming into effect and 1 May 2003.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Public Sector: Public Sector (11 Dec 2002)

Andrew Wilson: To ask the Scottish Executive which public authorities have (a) mixed functions and (b) no reserved functions.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Roads: Roads (11 Dec 2002)

Andrew Wilson: To ask the Scottish Executive, further to the answer to question S1W-31347 by Lewis Macdonald on 25 November 2002, why it did not detail what powers it has to introduce legislation in regard to bringing in charges on the existing trunk road network and whether it will rule out introducing any such legislation; why, in the answer, it referred me to the answer to question S1W-30960 by Lewis...

Scottish Parliament written answers — First Minister: First Minister (10 Dec 2002)

Andrew Wilson: To ask the Scottish Executive for what matters the First Minister is solely responsible.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Economy: Economy (5 Dec 2002)

Andrew Wilson: To ask the Scottish Executive whether it has a target for Scotland's share of the UK economy.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Roads: Roads (3 Dec 2002)

Andrew Wilson: To ask the Scottish Executive, further to the answer to question S1W-30960 by Lewis Macdonald on 6 November 2002, what "demand management" proposals for an upgraded A80 were identified and outlined in the Central Scotland Transport Corridor Studies report and what its current position is on each such proposal, detailing any that have been ruled out.

Scottish Parliament: First Minister's Question Time: Universities (Top-up Fees) (28 Nov 2002)

Andrew Wilson: Does the First Minister recognise that, notwithstanding the consensus against top-up fees in the chamber and the country, a decision in the rest of the UK to increase the proportion of university income that comes directly from students and fees will have the knock-on effect of reducing the amount of money that is available to Scotland's universities through the arcane functioning of the...

Scottish Parliament: Lifelong Learning (27 Nov 2002)

Andrew Wilson: We all welcome Brian Monteith's U-turn on top-up fees. The debate has been solid and has been based on considered positions rather than the party battle, despite my best efforts. That reflects the quality of the evidence and the passion of the representatives of the learning sectors who gave evidence to the committee. I was greatly struck not only by them, but by the learners, particularly in...

Scottish Parliament: Lifelong Learning (27 Nov 2002)

Andrew Wilson: I would like to ask a question in the interest of ensuring that the clarity and unity of the Conservatives on all matters is displayed. We know that Mr Monteith agrees with Mr Fraser, not Mr Mundell, on the matter of fiscal autonomy, but does he agree with Mr Fraser or Mr Mundell on the issue of abolishing Scottish Enterprise? Further, does he agree with himself or Mr Mundell on the issue of...

Scottish Parliament: Lifelong Learning (27 Nov 2002)

Andrew Wilson: On the subject of agreements and disagreements, will David Mundell confirm his party's position on top-up fees? Does he agree with Mr Monteith's reported comments that they are a good idea?

Scottish Parliament: Lifelong Learning (27 Nov 2002)

Andrew Wilson: Although the conclusions of the Westminster review will apply in the rest of the United Kingdom, does the minister recognise that, if the Government in London chooses to implement top-up fees, the increased dependency of institutions south of the border on fees will have direct implications for the funding of higher education in Scotland, owing to our loss of Barnett consequentials? How will...


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