Results 181–200 of 436 for speaker:Charlie Gordon

Scottish Parliament written answers — NHS Hospitals: NHS Hospitals ( 4 Dec 2009)

Charlie Gordon: To ask the Scottish Executive when all services provided by the new Victoria Hospital will be fully operational.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Rail Network: Rail Network ( 3 Dec 2009)

Charlie Gordon: To ask the Scottish Executive what projects Network Rail has contracted to finance, on behalf of the Scottish Government, from borrowing against its regulated asset base, broken down by (a) project and (b) repayment timescales.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Rail Services: Rail Services ( 3 Dec 2009)

Charlie Gordon: To ask the Scottish Executive whether it indemnifies the ScotRail franchisee against any adverse financial consequences of industrial disputes in the rail industry.

Scottish Parliament: Deafblind Scotland (19 Nov 2009)

Charlie Gordon: I, too, congratulate Margaret Mitchell on securing the debate and endorse her welcome to deafblind people visiting the Parliament today. Margaret Mitchell highlighted important issues such as the identification and registration of deafblind people as a prelude to responding to their needs, especially their travel needs. I, too, will focus on travel. Mrs Mitchell correctly pointed out that...

Scottish Parliament: First Minister's Question Time: Forth Road Bridge (12 Nov 2009)

Charlie Gordon: To ask the First Minister how long the Forth road bridge will continue to operate safely at full capacity. (S3F-2005)

Scottish Parliament: First Minister's Question Time: Forth Road Bridge (12 Nov 2009)

Charlie Gordon: If the current repair programme on the Forth bridge achieves its best case scenario, what implications might that have for the Scottish Government's transport capital programme in future spending review periods?

Scottish Parliament written answers — Glasgow Airport Rail Link: Glasgow Airport Rail Link (12 Nov 2009)

Charlie Gordon: To ask the Scottish Executive what the projected increase in traffic volume is on the M8 motorway between the south side of the Kingston Bridge and Glasgow Airport as a result of the cancellation of the Glasgow Airport Rail Link (GARL).

Scottish Parliament: Level Crossings (Fatal Accident Inquiries) ( 5 Nov 2009)

Charlie Gordon: I congratulate Willie Coffey on securing the debate and extend my condolences to his constituent's family. There is a certain amount of truth in the notion that a great part of the issue that he raises is the complexity of the judicial arrangements. I do not want to stray into that area too much. It is certainly true that the institutional landscape of the United Kingdom's rail industry is...

Scottish Parliament: Level Crossings (Fatal Accident Inquiries) ( 5 Nov 2009)

Charlie Gordon: Yes, on the face of it, but I suspect that there is a bit more to it than that. Part of the further dialogue that we must have with Network Rail relates, among other things, to financial arrangements, although we must be careful not to give the impression that we care more about finance than about public safety. However, we are talking about a publicly owned company, so we also have to bear...

Scottish Parliament: Question Time — Scottish Executive — Health and Wellbeing: Stillbirth (Classification) ( 5 Nov 2009)

Charlie Gordon: To ask the Scottish Executive whether it will consider changing the method of classifying causes of stillbirth. (S3O-8281)

Scottish Parliament: Question Time — Scottish Executive — Health and Wellbeing: Stillbirth (Classification) ( 5 Nov 2009)

Charlie Gordon: Does the minister agree that an improved method of classification could lead to better understanding of patterns of causation of stillbirth?

Scottish Parliament: Question Time — Scottish Executive — General Questions: Rail Services (Ayrshire) ( 5 Nov 2009)

Charlie Gordon: Will the minister consider developing direct rail services between Ayrshire and destinations beyond Glasgow, such as Edinburgh and Aberdeen?

Scottish Parliament: Glasgow Airport Rail Link ( 4 Nov 2009)

Charlie Gordon: We discussed yesterday in the Transport, Infrastructure and Climate Change Committee the possibility that the cabinet secretary could seek an alternative funding route through the regulated assets of Network Rail, something that allows him greater flexibility than the financial envelope to which he referred. Why did he not see that through?

Scottish Parliament: Glasgow Airport Rail Link ( 4 Nov 2009)

Charlie Gordon: That figure is for two projects.

Scottish Parliament: Glasgow Airport Rail Link ( 4 Nov 2009)

Charlie Gordon: Does Patrick Harvie believe that John Swinney has made the case for the cancellation of the project?

Scottish Parliament: Glasgow Airport Rail Link ( 4 Nov 2009)

Charlie Gordon: I congratulate Bill Butler on bringing to the chamber a debate on a project that is essential to the city of Glasgow. I anticipated with pleasure what I thought would be the opportunity, on my return to the front bench tonight, to renew my acquaintance with my opposite number: Stewart Stevenson, the SNP Minister for Transport, Infrastructure and Climate Change. Another time, perhaps. I can,...

Scottish Parliament: Glasgow Airport Rail Link ( 4 Nov 2009)

Charlie Gordon: I made it clear that Labour has a strong commitment to additional expenditure on social housing, but we do not see it as a question of either/or. Accelerated capital might indeed be part of the solution to the reinstatement of GARL, but as the cabinet secretary knows, at yesterday's committee meeting we also discussed several other options for funding the reinstatement—indeed, Robert Brown...

Scottish Parliament: Question Time — Scottish Executive — Education and Lifelong Learning: Film Industry (29 Oct 2009)

Charlie Gordon: To ask the Scottish Executive what initiatives are in place to sustain and develop Scotland's film industry. (S3O-8184)

Scottish Parliament: Question Time — Scottish Executive — Education and Lifelong Learning: Film Industry (29 Oct 2009)

Charlie Gordon: In noting the minister's confidence that institutional change, albeit delivered at snail's pace, will sustain and develop our film industry, I point out that my question related to what is in place. Thousands of jobs in Glasgow rely on the film and television industries, yet some resources that were in place are no longer in place. The Glasgow Film Office has lost two of its three funding...

Scottish Parliament written answers — 2014 Commonwealth Games: 2014 Commonwealth Games (21 Oct 2009)

Charlie Gordon: To ask the Scottish Executive how much it will spend on transport projects associated with the 2014 Commonwealth Games bid document, broken down by project and expenditure.


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