Results 1–20 of 430 for speaker:Colin Beattie

Scottish Parliament: Water Safety Action Plan (22 Jun 2022)

Colin Beattie: 7. To ask the Scottish Government how it will raise awareness of the water safety action plan ahead of the summer to ensure that people stay safe in and around Scotland’s waters. (S6O-01258)

Scottish Parliament: Water Safety Action Plan (22 Jun 2022)

Colin Beattie: As the minister said, this is drowning awareness week 2022. It is one of the largest summer water safety campaigns across the United Kingdom, which is a great opportunity for organisations to educate the public to enjoy water safely. What impact has the £60,000 funding grant for Water Safety Scotland in March had on organisations that have an interest in water safety?

Scottish Parliament: Social Housing Construction (Labour Shortages and Materials Costs) (15 Jun 2022)

Colin Beattie: 4. To ask the Scottish Government what impact the reported labour shortages and significant cost increases on materials will have on social housing construction in Scotland. (S6O-01226)

Scottish Parliament: Social Housing Construction (Labour Shortages and Materials Costs) (15 Jun 2022)

Colin Beattie: Can the minister elaborate on what modern methods of construction are being considered by developers and the Scottish Government to meet our affordable housing targets?

Scottish Parliament: Covid Recovery Strategy (Local Authorities) (8 Jun 2022)

Colin Beattie: 8. To ask the Scottish Government what assistance it is providing to local authorities as part of its Covid recovery strategy to help them resume normal services and manage staff absences. (S6O-01189)

Scottish Parliament: Covid Recovery Strategy (Local Authorities) (8 Jun 2022)

Colin Beattie: Some local authorities are really struggling with high absences due to Covid-19. What discussions has the Scottish Government had with COSLA and/or individual local authorities that are still heavily impacted by staff absences?

Scottish Parliament: National Litter and Fly-tipping Strategy (1 Jun 2022)

Colin Beattie: 1. To ask the Scottish Government whether it will provide an update on the new national litter and fly-tipping strategy for Scotland. (S6O-01174)

Scottish Parliament: National Litter and Fly-tipping Strategy (1 Jun 2022)

Colin Beattie: Fly-tipping and littering cause great frustration to the whole community. Midlothian Council states that fly-tipping alone costs it £60,000 a year, which is a huge amount of resource to spend on preventable behaviour. What further support can the Scottish Government give to help local authorities, the police, the Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service and even private landowners to...

Scottish Parliament: National Strategy for Economic Transformation (11 May 2022)

Colin Beattie: 5. To ask the Scottish Government what progress has been made on implementing the delivery of its national strategy for economic transformation. (S6O-01066)

Scottish Parliament: National Strategy for Economic Transformation (11 May 2022)

Colin Beattie: Ensuring that businesses in Scotland can benefit from the opportunities of digitalisation will be central to delivering economic transformation. Can the cabinet secretary today provide an update on the steps that the Scottish Government is taking to support businesses, including those in my constituency of Midlothian North and Musselburgh, to access such opportunities?

Scottish Parliament: Income Tax (11 May 2022)

Colin Beattie: It is welcome that the Scottish Government’s priority continues to be delivering a fairer and more progressive tax system. At a time when living costs are rising, people on lower incomes should not be paying more tax. Can the minister confirm that the majority of people in Scotland will continue to pay less income tax this year than they would if they lived elsewhere in the UK?

Scottish Parliament: Deaf Awareness Week 2022 (4 May 2022)

Colin Beattie: 4. To ask the First Minister how the Scottish Government plans to mark deaf awareness week 2022. (S6F-01057)

Scottish Parliament: Deaf Awareness Week 2022 (4 May 2022)

Colin Beattie: It is estimated that one in five people in Scotland is living with some form of hearing loss. Deafness does not discriminate and can impact on anyone at any time in their life. Does the First Minister agree that the key aims of deaf awareness week will help to increase visibility and promote inclusion for all in the deaf community?

Scottish Parliament: Disabled People (Mobile and Park Homes) (4 May 2022)

Colin Beattie: 5. To ask the Scottish Government what duty local authorities have to assist disabled people who reside in mobile or park homes under the Chronically Sick and Disabled Persons (Scotland) Act 1972. (S6O-01034)

Scottish Parliament: Disabled People (Mobile and Park Homes) (4 May 2022)

Colin Beattie: The cabinet secretary might be aware that, in many mobile or park homes, disabled residents are denied adaptations by local councils, which cite the temporary nature of the homes. How best can that widely held position be countered, so that disabled residents receive the support to which they should be entitled?

Scottish Parliament: Miners’ Strike (Pardons) (Scotland) Bill: Stage 1 (31 Mar 2022)

Colin Beattie: First, I direct members to my declaration in the register of member’s interests, which states that I am vice-chair of the National Mining Museum of Scotland. I thank the committee, the clerks and everybody who has been involved in the bill. I am particularly pleased to be speaking in the debate today. To many, the miners strike of 1984 to 1985 happened a very long time ago, but in my...

Scottish Parliament: Food Banks (24 Mar 2022)

Colin Beattie: 4. To ask the Scottish Government whether it will provide an update on the consultation on a draft national plan to end the need for food banks. (S6O-00921)

Scottish Parliament: Food Banks (24 Mar 2022)

Colin Beattie: I welcome the Scottish Government’s announcement that it plans to increase eight Scottish social security benefits by 6 per cent from 1 April. I hope that that will help to support my constituents who have been impacted by United Kingdom Government welfare cuts. Does the cabinet secretary share my concerns about the growing demand for food banks and the impact that UK Government welfare...

Scottish Parliament: Covid-19 Recovery Strategy (Ending of Self-isolation) (2 Mar 2022)

Colin Beattie: 3. To ask the Scottish Government what assessment it has made of any potential impact on Scotland’s Covid recovery strategy due to the United Kingdom Government’s decision to end the legal requirement to self-isolate for people who have tested positive for Covid-19. (S6O-00790)

Scottish Parliament: Covid-19 Recovery Strategy (Ending of Self-isolation) (2 Mar 2022)

Colin Beattie: The Scottish Government has, rightly, plotted its own distinct course in navigating through the pandemic. Does the cabinet secretary share my concern that the end of self-isolation in England from 1 April could undermine the hard work and sacrifices that we have all put in to get us to where we are now?


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