Results 181–200 of 3100 for speaker:Margaret Ewing

Scottish Parliament written answers — Mental Health: Mental Health (25 Apr 2005)

Margaret Ewing: To ask the Scottish Executive how many psychiatric consultants are available to each NHS board on a (a) part-time and (b) full-time basis.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Mental Health (Scotland) Act 1984: Mental Health (Scotland) Act 1984 (22 Apr 2005)

Margaret Ewing: To ask the Scottish Executive how many people have been detained under section 24 of the Mental Health (Scotland) Act 1984 in each year since 1999, broken down by NHS board area.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Housing: Housing (21 Apr 2005)

Margaret Ewing: To ask the Scottish Executive whether it has any plans to introduce homestead schemes similar to those piloted in England and Wales.

Scottish Parliament: Scotland's Needs and Aspirations (13 Apr 2005)

Margaret Ewing: I do not want to interrupt the ceilidh that will occur on the Skye bridge. Like the member, I rejoice that the tolls have been lifted. Having examined that buy-out of a private finance initiative, does the member believe that Inverness airport should be treated similarly? That, too, would have an impact on the economy and tourism in the Highlands.

Scottish Parliament: Scotland's Needs and Aspirations (13 Apr 2005)

Margaret Ewing: I think that members are all having difficulty watching the clock this morning. The independents rightly have the opportunity to hold a debate in the Parliament on a subject of their choice and to project their policies and ideas into the Parliament. I recognise such a debate as being part of the democratic process and I hope that it will not be an unusual occasion but will be built into the...

Scottish Parliament: Scotland's Needs and Aspirations (13 Apr 2005)

Margaret Ewing: I believe that we should have one dedicated minister and that we should not have to try to raise questions somewhere in general questions but should have specific opportunities to deal with European and external relations on behalf of the Parliament, because the young people of Scotland are hugely interested in international affairs.

Scottish Parliament: Scotland's Needs and Aspirations (13 Apr 2005)

Margaret Ewing: If we took a step in that direction we would reflect not only their aspirations but our own. I urge every member—

Scottish Parliament: Nuclear Weapons (24 Mar 2005)

Margaret Ewing: I thank Scott Barrie for his kind comment about my work for Moray. Does he believe that the Ministry of Defence should increase its defence procurement budget in Scotland beyond the 6 per cent that is currently allocated, which is way below the level that it should be at?

Scottish Parliament: Enterprise Culture (23 Mar 2005)

Margaret Ewing: Shame on you.

Scottish Parliament: Commonwealth Week (17 Mar 2005)

Margaret Ewing: Thank you for remaining behind for this evening's debate, Presiding Officer, particularly as you are the president of the Scotland branch of the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association. I also thank all members who have signed my motion and all MSPs who are present. I preface my remarks by paying tribute to the substantial number of people who have helped with the project in which we have been...

Scottish Parliament: First Minister's Question Time: Moray (Royal Air Force Job Losses) (17 Mar 2005)

Margaret Ewing: To ask the First Minister what action the Scottish Executive will take to ensure the regeneration of Moray after the announcement of job losses at RAF Kinloss and RAF Lossiemouth. (S2F-1528)

Scottish Parliament: First Minister's Question Time: Moray (Royal Air Force Job Losses) (17 Mar 2005)

Margaret Ewing: A 154-page document has already been produced by Moray, Badenoch and Strathspey Enterprise, Moray Council and other interested individuals. Will the First Minister and officials at the Scottish Executive Enterprise, Transport and Lifelong Learning Department read the document very carefully? It contains positive ideas and highlights the impact on our schools, on our hospitals and on all...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Schools: Schools (16 Mar 2005)

Margaret Ewing: To ask the Scottish Executive how many anti-bullying services are operational in schools; how many pupils utilise these services, and how much they cost to fund.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Schools: Schools (16 Mar 2005)

Margaret Ewing: To ask the Scottish Executive how it monitors and records the incidence of school bullying.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Autism: Autism (15 Mar 2005)

Margaret Ewing: To ask the Scottish Executive what plans it has to develop clinical guidelines for adults with autistic spectrum disorders.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Autism: Autism (15 Mar 2005)

Margaret Ewing: To ask the Scottish Executive when it will roll out the one-stop shops for adults with autistic spectrum disorders.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Licensing: Licensing (15 Mar 2005)

Margaret Ewing: To ask the Scottish Executive what plans it has to introduce proposals that would ensure that all licensed establishments offered reasonably-priced soft drinks and made water free to their customers.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Schools: Schools (14 Mar 2005)

Margaret Ewing: To ask the Scottish Executive how many pupils have been expelled from (a) primary and (b) secondary schools in the last year, broken down by (i) reason for expulsion and (ii) local authority area.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Schools: Schools (14 Mar 2005)

Margaret Ewing: To ask the Scottish Executive how many suicides that took place between 1997 and 2004 were as a result of school bullying.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Education: Education (10 Mar 2005)

Margaret Ewing: To ask the Scottish Executive when updates and reports will be made available on the betterbehaviourscotland webpage.


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