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Scottish Parliament: Question Time — Scottish Executive: Non-departmental Public Bodies (17 May 2001)

Margo MacDonald: ...the parallel set of non-local government organisations that operate what we used to think of fondly as public services, which were owned by the public and run for the public? I refer particularly to Edinburgh Leisure. Will he take into account the fact that public services have been handed over lock, stock and barrel to people who are not able to run them like private businesses yet are...

Scottish Parliament: Question Time — Scottish Executive: Local Government (Arm's-length Companies) (22 Mar 2001)

Margo MacDonald: The senior councillor who is the executive member for recreation has said that he is unable to give any answers about what the arm's-length company Edinburgh Leisure does. The councillor who is the executive member for economic development has refused to discuss public appointments.

Scottish Parliament: Freedom of Information (15 Mar 2001)

Margo MacDonald: ...are operating to commercial criteria, for any member of the public to gain information from them. I have had recent experience of that when mothers in Edinburgh, who were using the facilities of Edinburgh Leisure, were unable to get the direct answers that they needed from that company, because it was not acting as the council used to.


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