Results 301–307 of 307 for speaker:Anne McTaggart

Scottish Parliament: Fuel Poverty (5 Oct 2011)

Anne McTaggart: What additional funding will the Government provide for training on fuel poverty for individuals and organisations that work closely with the general public and, specifically, with vulnerable groups?

Scottish Parliament: Lightburn Hospital (29 Sep 2011)

Anne McTaggart: I thank Paul Martin for securing the debate. I also welcome the members of the East Glasgow Parkinson’s support group to Parliament this evening along with some of my colleagues from Glasgow City Council. There is widespread concern at Greater Glasgow and Clyde NHS Board’s decision to close Lightburn hospital, as was demonstrated by the recent march and rally calling for the plans to be...

Scottish Parliament: “The Government Economic Strategy” (14 Sep 2011)

Anne McTaggart: I welcome the opportunity to speak in the debate. I am sure that all members agree that the Parliament faces many important decisions in the current economic climate. This debate on the Scottish Government’s economic strategy allows us to address some of those decisions, and it is important to use the opportunity to highlight any strengths or offer alternatives to any weaknesses in the...

Scottish Parliament: Insulin Pump Therapy (NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde) (8 Sep 2011)

Anne McTaggart: 9. To ask the Scottish Executive what plans it has to address the level of insulin pump therapy available in the NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde area. (S4O-00120)

Scottish Parliament: Insulin Pump Therapy (NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde) (8 Sep 2011)

Anne McTaggart: According to the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence, there are more than 700 people with type 1 diabetes in the NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde area who could and should benefit from an insulin pump; yet, the number of people accessing pump therapy is a mere 67—only 1.1 per cent of the type 1 population. NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde has, to date, unfortunately failed to...

Scottish Parliament: Insulin Pump Therapy (NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde) (8 Sep 2011)

Anne McTaggart: On behalf of those constituents, I urge the Scottish Government to make a real effort to enforce its commitment. Access to pump therapy should be boosted significantly across NHS board areas over the lifetime of the action plan.

Scottish Parliament: Taking Scotland Forward: Education and Lifelong Learning (16 Jun 2011)

Anne McTaggart: Thank you, Presiding Officer, for the privilege of presenting my maiden speech today. Prior to addressing the chosen subject of education and lifelong learning, I will thank a few others. I thank my colleagues, both members and staff in the Parliament, for their warm reception and support to me, as a newly elected MSP. I congratulate all my colleagues in the chamber who have delivered their...

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