Results 61–80 of 4885 for speaker:Peter Peacock

Scottish Parliament: Interests of Members of the Scottish Parliament Act 2006 and Code of Conduct (20 Jan 2011)

Peter Peacock: I, too, will make some brief remarks—with an emphasis on the word “brief”—on the Standards, Procedures and Public Appointments Committee’s ninth report, which proposes changes to the code of conduct and the schedule to the 2006 act. The changes are set out in today’s Business Bulletin and have been outlined clearly by the convener, with emphases added by Nanette Milne and Jim...

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

Peter Peacock: To ask the Scottish Executive what the (a) timetable and (b) launch date is for the publication and promotion of the hen harrier conservation framework report by the Scottish Raptor Monitoring Scheme partnership.

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

Peter Peacock: To ask the Scottish Executive whether the contents of the hen harrier conservation framework report have been made available to the Rural Affairs and Environment Committee and, if not, whether the report will be published before the Parliament has completed consideration of the Wildlife and Natural Environment (Scotland) Bill.

Scottish Parliament: Scottish Executive Question Time — Health and Wellbeing: NHS Highland (Meetings) (13 Jan 2011)

Peter Peacock: To ask the Scottish Executive when it last met representatives of NHS Highland and what issues were discussed. (S3O-12562)

Scottish Parliament: Scottish Executive Question Time — Health and Wellbeing: NHS Highland (Meetings) (13 Jan 2011)

Peter Peacock: The cabinet secretary will appreciate the concern of a number of communities in the Highlands about the prospect of not now benefiting from capital spending as a result of NHS Highland no longer being able to access £20 million of capital funding that was reserved for that purpose. Will she invite her officials to establish with NHS Highland a mechanism by which it can get early access to...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Digital Technology: Digital Technology (10 Jan 2011)

Peter Peacock: To ask the Scottish Executive when the successful bids for funding from the Broadband Challenge Fund will be announced.

Scottish Parliament: Scottish Executive Question Time — Europe, External Affairs and Culture: Gaelic Language and Culture (23 Dec 2010)

Peter Peacock: The minister mentioned the school in Edinburgh. One of the great successes in Gaelic development in recent years has been the success of the Gaelic school in Glasgow—both primary and secondary combined. What can the minister do to encourage the City of Edinburgh Council to follow Glasgow's lead in that regard? What financial help may she be able to give to help Edinburgh achieve that objective?

Scottish Parliament: Scottish Executive Question Time — Finance and Sustainable Growth: Scotland Bill (16 Dec 2010)

Peter Peacock: The cabinet secretary referred to the analysis that the Scottish Government has carried out of the Calman proposals as contained in the Scotland Bill. When does he intend to publish the similar modelling that I presume the Scottish Government has done on his alternative proposals, which he mentioned in his answer to Bill Wilson?

Scottish Parliament: Scottish Executive Question Time — General Questions: Teacher Numbers (Reduction) ( 9 Dec 2010)

Peter Peacock: Will the cabinet secretary tell us exactly when, prior to coming to power, the Scottish National Party argued that there was an oversupply of teachers?

Scottish Parliament: Scotland Bill ( 9 Dec 2010)

Peter Peacock: There is no question but that this is a significant moment in the life and history of Scotland—one that offers an opportunity to develop devolution even further. The Calman proposals and the Scotland Bill, which flows from Calman, sit firmly within the broad family of stable federal and quasi-federal systems throughout the world. They also sit squarely with the mood and view of the Scottish...

Scottish Parliament: Scotland Bill ( 9 Dec 2010)

Peter Peacock: I am quite sure that the Crown Estate will be looked at during the scrutiny process. The settlement that has been suggested by the UK Parliament gives us a wide range of ways in which we can help to grow the economy. First, we can achieve economic stability through the continuing support of the grants system and its no-detriment clause in relation to actions by the UK Government. The bill...

Scottish Parliament: Wildlife and Natural Environment (Scotland) Bill: Stage 1 ( 2 Dec 2010)

Peter Peacock: The bill has turned into a worthwhile document and I am happy to support its general principles. The bill provides the opportunity to tidy existing legislation and to clarify and tighten the law. I will focus on raptor poisoning. If I have time, I will touch on deer, snaring and bees, which Bill Wilson introduced, although I will talk about bees in a slightly different context from him. In...

Scottish Parliament: Fisheries Negotiations ( 1 Dec 2010)

Peter Peacock: I confess to continuing to get a feeling of déjà vu all over again, as the annual debate continues. Many fish stocks remain challenged, as they were last year; CFP reform remains eternally slow; we still have problems with sand eels and their interaction with sea birds; and the economics are still difficult, and are exacerbated by the recession. If there are changes from the situation last...

Scottish Parliament: Scotland Bill ( 1 Dec 2010)

Peter Peacock: The minister was critical of the cost of tax collection arrangements under the current settlement. To allow proper comparison of the UK proposals, will she set out fully for Parliament and publish details of how much it would cost to initiate a collection system and an enforcement system in Scotland under the Government's proposals for greater fiscal autonomy?

Scottish Parliament written answers — Public Bodies: Public Bodies (26 Nov 2010)

Peter Peacock: To ask the Scottish Executive whether it has, or will seek, powers to abolish the Forestry Commissioners in Scotland through the UK Public Bodies Bill.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Forestry: Forestry (24 Nov 2010)

Peter Peacock: To ask the Scottish Executive what assessment it has made of the UK Public Bodies Bill regarding (a) the future operation and interests of the forest estate in Scotland and (b) the powers, responsibilities and obligations of Scottish ministers.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Forestry: Forestry (24 Nov 2010)

Peter Peacock: To ask the Scottish Executive whether it has made representations to the UK Government in relation to changes to the control and management of Scotland’s forestry that might arise from the proposals in its Public Bodies Bill.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Forestry: Forestry (24 Nov 2010)

Peter Peacock: To ask the Scottish Executive whether it is seeking powers to delegate the powers of the Forestry Commissioners in Scotland through the UK Public Bodies Bill.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Forestry: Forestry (24 Nov 2010)

Peter Peacock: To ask the Scottish Executive whether it will retain the Forestry Commission’s Regional Advisory Committee for Scotland and how the UK Public Bodies Bill might affect this body.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Forestry: Forestry (24 Nov 2010)

Peter Peacock: To ask the Scottish Executive what role the Forestry Commission’s Regional Advisory Committee for Scotland has with regard to ensuring that proposals for forestry and woodland planting, felling and management protect and enhance biodiversity, historic environment and landscape.


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