Results 1–20 of 921 for speaker:James Dornan

Scottish Parliament: Glasgow Primary Schools (Staff Retention and Wellbeing) ( 1 Feb 2024)

James Dornan: A big aspect of attracting staff to work in Scottish schools is competitive pay. Will the cabinet secretary outline how pay in Scotland compares with that elsewhere in the UK?

Scottish Parliament: Decision Time (10 Jan 2024)

James Dornan: On a point of order, Presiding Officer. My app was not working, but I would have voted no.

Scottish Parliament: Care Homes (Rural Areas) (14 Dec 2023)

James Dornan: It is vital that high-quality adult social care—

Scottish Parliament: Care Homes (Rural Areas) (14 Dec 2023)

James Dornan: My apologies. I had a supplementary for question 5.

Scottish Parliament: Care Homes (Rural Areas) (14 Dec 2023)

James Dornan: I am now going on to question 6, Presiding Officer.

Scottish Parliament: “Social security in an independent Scotland” (14 Dec 2023)

James Dornan: 6. To ask the Scottish Government how the proposals outlined in its latest “Building a New Scotland” paper, “Social security in an independent Scotland”, would support Scotland’s social security system. (S6O-02891)

Scottish Parliament: “Social security in an independent Scotland” (14 Dec 2023)

James Dornan: The “Building a New Scotland” paper outlines how future Governments in an independent Scotland might implement and build on a minimum income guarantee in a way that cannot be fully achieved within the limits of devolution. Will the cabinet secretary elaborate on that proposal and on the necessity of independence to achieve true financial security and wellbeing for Scottish households?

Scottish Parliament: Pyrotechnics in Football Stadia ( 6 Dec 2023)

James Dornan: 7. To ask the Scottish Government what discussions it has had with the Scottish Football Association and the Scottish Professional Football League regarding the recent upsurge in the use of pyrotechnics within football stadia. (S6O-02844)

Scottish Parliament: Pyrotechnics in Football Stadia ( 6 Dec 2023)

James Dornan: I thank the minister for that positive response, but is it not the truth that, to date, neither the football authorities nor the police—nor the clubs themselves—have been willing to take the required action to combat the illegal use of these extremely dangerous fireworks? Given the unwillingness to take strong action and the lack of political will within football for the—in my...

Scottish Parliament: Decision Time (30 Nov 2023)

James Dornan: On a point of order, Presiding Officer. I was unable to connect. I would have voted yes.

Scottish Parliament: Gaza (Humanitarian Assistance) (25 Oct 2023)

James Dornan: 7. To ask the Scottish Government what action it can take to support the provision of humanitarian assistance for the civilian population of Gaza. (S6O-02622)

Scottish Parliament: Gaza (Humanitarian Assistance) (25 Oct 2023)

James Dornan: —[ Inaudible. ]

Scottish Parliament: Gaza (Humanitarian Assistance) (25 Oct 2023)

James Dornan: It is not mine.

Scottish Parliament: Gaza (Humanitarian Assistance) (25 Oct 2023)

James Dornan: Certainly. I am sure that the minister will agree that the First Minister has led politicians across the UK in the thoughtful way that he shows care and compassion for the victims of the horrendous attacks by Hamas, while reminding Israel and others of the need to show the innocent civilians in Gaza the same compassion as they demand elsewhere. Given the desperate need to protect those who...

Scottish Parliament: Community Safety (Glasgow Cathcart) (20 Sep 2023)

James Dornan: 1. To ask the Scottish Government how the measures set out in its programme for government will help create safer communities, including in Glasgow Cathcart, in 2023-24. (S6O-02528)

Scottish Parliament: Community Safety (Glasgow Cathcart) (20 Sep 2023)

James Dornan: Alongside creating safer communities, a key focus of the programme for government is to reduce reoffending. Can the cabinet secretary outline some of the key actions that the Government is taking to achieve that aim?

Scottish Parliament: Just Transition Plan for Energy (15 Jun 2023)

James Dornan: 1. To ask the Scottish Government what progress it has made towards developing a just transition plan for energy. (S6O-02373)

Scottish Parliament: Just Transition Plan for Energy (15 Jun 2023)

James Dornan: Does the cabinet secretary agree that the £7 million of Scottish Government funding for projects such as a study into treating water from the River Clyde to produce cheap hydrogen and the creation of a hydrogen hub at Glasgow airport for storage and distribution will greatly help to create renewable and low-carbon hydrogen production by 2030?

Scottish Parliament: Decision Time ( 8 Jun 2023)

James Dornan: On a point of order, Presiding Officer. I was unable to connect. I would have voted yes.

Scottish Parliament: Patient Safety Commissioner for Scotland Bill: Stage 1 (10 May 2023)

James Dornan: My apologies for the short delay, Presiding Officer. I was kicked out and had to log myself in again. Across the chamber, there is not a member who puts themselves forward to stand for election without believing that their work can improve and protect the lives and wellbeing of the constituents they represent. The health and safety of each and every one of us, and of every one of the people...


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