Results 10801–10811 of 10811 for speaker:Stewart Stevenson

Scottish Parliament written answers — Licensing: Licensing (28 Aug 2001)

Stewart Stevenson: To ask the Scottish Executive how much extra revenue it expects each local authority to receive in fees from the renewal of bingo hall licences as a result of the Gaming Act (Variation of Fees) (No.2) (Scotland) Order 2001.

Scottish Parliament written answers — General Practitioners: General Practitioners (21 Aug 2001)

Stewart Stevenson: To ask the Scottish Executive what studies have recently been undertaken into GPs’ workload.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Health: Health (21 Aug 2001)

Stewart Stevenson: To ask the Scottish Executive what the cost has been to the NHS of providing paracetomol on prescription in each of the last five years.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Water Charges: Water Charges (21 Aug 2001)

Stewart Stevenson: To ask the Scottish Executive when the measures to address the impact of rises in water and sewerage charges on people with low income will be operational.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Road Accidents: Road Accidents (11 Jul 2001)

Stewart Stevenson: To ask the Scottish Executive how many accidents there were in each of the last seven years at the junctions of the A90 with (a) the A975 at Longhaven and (b) the unclassified Gask road at Longhaven.

Scottish Parliament: Serious Violent and Sexual Offenders (27 Jun 2001)

Stewart Stevenson: Like Kay Ullrich, I bring personal experience to the debate, as I am a former psychiatric nurse who worked in a locked ward. I was 17 years old at the time; it was quite an experience. We had murderers and sex offenders among our patients. I also speak as the member with a world-class sex offenders unit—at Peterhead prison—in his constituency. Members will recall Alex Salmond's motion in...

Scottish Parliament: National Qualifications (2001 Exam Diet) (27 Jun 2001)

Stewart Stevenson: If the minister were wearing a halo today, it would be a 1,000-watt halo. Well done. I will focus on the data that have come into the SQA system from the Scottish Vocational Education Council. One of the problems in the SQA was that the SCOTVEC data contained records for individuals in many different places. We will encourage people to come back into the educational system in years to come....

Scottish Parliament: Scotland's Place in the World (21 Jun 2001)

Stewart Stevenson: I apologise for my voice, but not for the fact that in Banff and Buchan, even with one of the most distinguished candidates in Canon Kenyon Wright, the Liberal vote in the by-election dropped from 15 per cent to 6 per cent. Canon Kenyon Wright came in fourth place. In Banff and Buchan, we know what we think of the Liberals.

Scottish Parliament: Common Fisheries Policy (14 Jun 2001)

Stewart Stevenson: Will Rhona Brankin give way?

Scottish Parliament: Common Fisheries Policy (14 Jun 2001)

Stewart Stevenson: I am simply responding to the minister's invitation to participate fully in debate, for which I thank her. Will she make it clear whether she is now permanently closing off the idea of tie-offs? If so, she will have united the fishing industry—which I welcome—just as she worked so hard in recent months to divide it.

Scottish Parliament: Common Fisheries Policy (14 Jun 2001)

Stewart Stevenson: Presiding Officer, and my new colleagues in all parties, thank you very much for the warmth of your welcome. It is much appreciated. I am sure that Brian Fitzpatrick will feel exactly the same. It has been a particular pleasure to see a number of familiar faces round the chamber. I thank, especially, Richard Lochhead for paving the way for me by bringing my home village of Whitehills into his...


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