Results 41–60 of 7495 for speaker:Ross Finnie

Scottish Parliament written answers — Health: Health (31 Jan 2011)

Ross Finnie: To ask the Scottish Executive how many deaths there were where obesity was mentioned on the death certificate in (a) 2009 and (b) 2010.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Mental Health: Mental Health (31 Jan 2011)

Ross Finnie: To ask the Scottish Executive how many hospital admissions resulted from deliberate self-harm by people aged 16 and over in 2009-10.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Mental Health: Mental Health (31 Jan 2011)

Ross Finnie: To ask the Scottish Executive how many hospital admissions resulted from deliberate self-harm by people under 16 in 2009-10.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Mental Health: Mental Health (31 Jan 2011)

Ross Finnie: To ask the Scottish Executive what the 28-day hospital readmission rate following discharge from a mental health speciality was for patients aged (a) under 18, (b) 18 to 44, (c) 45 to 64 and (d) 65 and over in (i) 2009 and (ii) 2010, also broken down by NHS board.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Alcohol Misuse: Alcohol Misuse (28 Jan 2011)

Ross Finnie: To ask the Scottish Executive what the (a) average and (b) maximum waiting time is from referral to first assessment for alcohol addiction, broken down by NHS board.

Scottish Parliament: Private Rented Housing (Scotland) Bill: Stage 1 (27 Jan 2011)

Ross Finnie: This has indeed been a largely consensual debate. The speech that brought together all members in the chamber was that which was made by John Wilson, who said how much better it would have been if we had had a single bill to deal with housing matters in a comprehensive way. Perhaps the only dissenting voice was that of the minister who harrumphed, albeit not very loudly. I think he realises...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Environment: Environment (27 Jan 2011)

Ross Finnie: To ask the Scottish Executive what the (a) status and (b) role of the Draft Electricity Generation Policy Statement 2010 will be in (i) decisions on planning applications, (ii) the preparation of development plans, (iii) decisions on applications under section 36 of the Electricity Act 1989 and (iv) marine planning.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Environment: Environment (27 Jan 2011)

Ross Finnie: To ask the Scottish Executive on what date it will adopt the policies laid out in the Draft Electricity Generation Policy Statement 2010.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Environment: Environment (27 Jan 2011)

Ross Finnie: To ask the Scottish Executive whether it will carry out an environmental assessment of the policies laid out in the Draft Electricity Generation Policy Statement 2010 and what the reasons are for its position on this matter.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Planning: Planning (27 Jan 2011)

Ross Finnie: To ask the Scottish Executive whether it considers that the need for national developments established by their identification in the National Planning Framework for Scotland 2 can be outweighed by other considerations and what the reasons are for its position on this matter.

Scottish Parliament: Protecting Public Services (20 Jan 2011)

Ross Finnie: Patrick Harvie is right to be concerned about how we protect public services. However, as I have said in all the debates about the economy in which I have taken part during the past few months, I continue to be concerned about the premise of the base from which we seem to start such discussions. There seems to be a wish for us not to talk about the economic fundamentals of why we are here and...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Weather: Weather (19 Jan 2011)

Ross Finnie: To ask the Scottish Executive how many calls NHS24 has received during the recent severe weather and how this compares with normal call levels.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Weather: Weather (19 Jan 2011)

Ross Finnie: To ask the Scottish Executive what percentage of calls to NHS24 during the recent severe weather was answered within 30 seconds.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Weather: Weather (19 Jan 2011)

Ross Finnie: To ask the Scottish Executive what percentage of calls to NHS24 during the recent severe weather that were deemed GP priority was responded to within 20 minutes.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Weather: Weather (19 Jan 2011)

Ross Finnie: To ask the Scottish Executive what percentage of calls to NHS24 during the recent severe weather that were deemed GP routine was responded to within 60 minutes.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Health: Health (17 Jan 2011)

Ross Finnie: To ask the Scottish Executive, further to the answer to question S3W-37924 by Nicola Sturgeon on 9 December 2010, for what reason it was not possible to provide the data when it provided similar information in response to question S3O-9094.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Weather: Weather (17 Jan 2011)

Ross Finnie: To ask the Scottish Executive, further to the answer to question S3W-37924 by Nicola Sturgeon on 9 December 2010, whether estimated figures are available on the number of attendances at accident and emergency (A&E) departments due to falls and fractures during the winter of 2009-10.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Weather: Weather (17 Jan 2011)

Ross Finnie: To ask the Scottish Executive whether estimated figures are available on the number of attendances at accident and emergency (A&E) departments due to falls and fractures during the recent cold weather conditions and how this compares with the same period in 2009.

Scottish Parliament: Scottish Executive Question Time — General Questions: Planning (Hunterston Power Station) (13 Jan 2011)

Ross Finnie: To ask the Scottish Executive, with specific reference to any application for planning permission for a clean-coal-fired power station at Hunterston, whether the presumption of need conferred by "National Planning Framework for Scotland 2" will remain in place until at least the conclusion of the statutory five-yearly review. (S3O-12570)

Scottish Parliament: Scottish Executive Question Time — General Questions: Planning (Hunterston Power Station) (13 Jan 2011)

Ross Finnie: I want to press the minister on that point. Page 6 of the recent draft electricity generation policy statement is explicit in saying: "NPF2 does not set policy in stone". That could not be clearer. However, a coal-fired power station at Hunterston is specified in NPF 2, which, under section 3A(2) of the Town and Country Planning (Scotland) Act 1997, as inserted by section 1 of the Planning...


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