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Scottish Parliament: Decision Time (7 Jun 2007)

Division number 1 For: Adam, Brian, Ahmad, Bashir, Aitken, Bill, Allan, Alasdair, Brocklebank, Ted, Brown, Gavin, Brown, Keith, Brownlee, Derek, Campbell, Aileen, Carlaw, Jackson, Coffey, Willie, Constance, Angela, Crawford, Bruce, Cunningham, Roseanna, Don, Nigel, Doris, Bob, Ewing, Fergus, Fabiani, Linda, FitzPatrick, Joe, Fraser, Murdo, Gibson, Kenneth, Gibson, Rob, Goldie, Annabel,...

Scottish Parliament: Decision Time (31 May 2007)

Division number 1 For: Adam, Brian, Ahmad, Bashir, Aitken, Bill, Alexander, Ms Wendy, Allan, Alasdair, Baillie, Jackie, Baker, Claire, Baker, Richard, Boyack, Sarah, Brankin, Rhona, Brocklebank, Ted, Brown, Gavin, Brown, Keith, Brown, Robert, Brownlee, Derek, Butler, Bill, Campbell, Aileen, Carlaw, Jackson, Chisholm, Malcolm, Coffey, Willie, Constance, Angela, Craigie, Cathie, Crawford,...

Scottish Parliament: Scottish Parliamentary Corporate Body (24 May 2007)

Division number 1 For: Adam, Brian, Ahmad, Bashir, Aitken, Bill, Allan, Alasdair, Baillie, Jackie, Baker, Richard, Boyack, Sarah, Brocklebank, Ted, Brown, Gavin, Brown, Keith, Brown, Robert, Brownlee, Derek, Butler, Bill, Campbell, Aileen, Carlaw, Jackson, Chisholm, Malcolm, Coffey, Willie, Constance, Angela, Crawford, Bruce, Cunningham, Roseanna, Curran, Margaret, Don, Nigel, Doris, Bob,...

Scottish Parliament: Ministers and Junior Ministers (17 May 2007)

Division number 1 For: MacDonald, Margo Against: Adam, Brian, Ahmad, Bashir, Allan, Alasdair, Brown, Keith, Campbell, Aileen, Coffey, Willie, Constance, Angela, Crawford, Bruce, Cunningham, Roseanna, Don, Nigel, Doris, Bob, Ewing, Fergus, Fabiani, Linda, FitzPatrick, Joe, Gibson, Kenneth, Gibson, Rob, Grahame, Christine, Harper, Robin, Harvie, Christopher, Harvie, Patrick, Hepburn, Jamie,...

Scottish Parliament: Protection of Vulnerable Groups (Scotland) Bill: Stage 1 (17 Jan 2007)

Dave Petrie: ...to Dunblane—legislation is often driven by tragic events. The aim of the bill is to create a balance between protecting the vulnerable and providing a well-run service. I agree with Elaine Murray that common sense must prevail. In my experience, many adults are reluctant to volunteer because of the intrusion brought about by multiple disclosures. Accordingly, I welcome the introduction...

Scottish Parliament: Farepak Response Fund (22 Nov 2006)

Euan Robson: I, too, congratulate Elaine Murray on securing this very timely debate. The latest figures that I have for the Scottish Borders show that, as a result of Farepak's collapse, at least 378 people have lost a total of just under £100,000. Those figures have been collated from correspondence sent and questionnaires returned to my colleague Michael Moore MP following his special Farepak surgery...

Scottish Parliament: Senior Citizens (5 Oct 2006)

Elaine Murray: ...Digby Jones is, as one might expect of someone who is ex-Confederation of British Industry, in favour of the total privatisation of Scottish Water, in June this year in response to proposals from Ian Byatt, he argued that mutualisation would not raise funds for the Executive. Bearing in mind that Scottish Water receives borrowing consent and that higher interest rates are paid to private...

Written Answers — Home Department: Prisons (10 May 2006)

Gerry Sutcliffe: ... Paul McDowell 2.2 Cookham Wood Ed Tullett 2.3 Dartmoor Serena Watts 0.8 Deerbolt Alan Tallentire. 3.3 Dorchester Steve Holland 4.0 Dover Val Whitecross 3.4 Downview Ian Murray 0.6 Drake Hall John Huntington 2.6 Durham Sandy McEwan 0.9 East Sutton Park Amalgamated with Cookham Wood—see above Eastwood Park Tim Beeston 4.2 Edmunds Hill...

Written Answers — Culture Media and Sport: International Sporting Events (8 Mar 2006)

Richard Caborn: ... Helen MacNamara PPS/Tessa Jowell DCMS Accompanying Tessa Jowell PS/Richard Caborn DCMS Accompanying Richard Caborn Nicola Roche Director for Sport DCMS Meetings with Australian officials and accompanying Secretary of State Press officer DCMS Accompanying Richard Caborn David Higgins Chief Executive Designate ODA DCMS Attending to learn lessons from how...

Scottish Parliament: East of Scotland Economy (Transport Links) (26 Jan 2006)

Murdo Fraser: I accept that. However, Andrew Burns, Ian Murray and Lawrence Marshall—all Labour members of the board—voted in favour of the increase. Let us have a little consistency from the Labour Party. Let us consider the position of the Liberal Democrats, which is, frankly, bizarre. The Liberal Democrat candidate in the by-election is running around telling anyone who will listen that he opposes...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Crofting: Crofting (25 Jan 2006)

Rhona Brankin: The membership of the Crofting Panel of Experts is as follows: Ian MacKinnon (ex Deputy Chair CC, member NFUS Crofting Committee, Skye crofter and farmer, Gaelic speaker) John Laing (SCF Director, Councillor, Highland Council Planning Committee, Skye crofter) Jim Hunter (writer on crofting, ex Chair HIE, ex Ch. Exec, SCU) Derek Flynn (specialist...

Written Ministerial Statements — Trade and Industry: Regional Development Agencies (8 Dec 2005)

Alun Michael: ...and to reappoint the RDA Chairs and Board Members, listed at Annex B. Both new appointments and reappointments will be for a period of three years. The new appointments, with the exception of Vanda Murray (NWDA), and all the reappointments, will begin on 14 December 2005. Vanda Murray will take up her appointment, at the North West Regional Development Agency (NWDA), on 1 April 2006. All...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Scottish Criminal Records Office: Scottish Criminal Records Office (24 Nov 2005)

...fingerprint examination work was carried out by the Scottish Criminal Records Office in connection with the Lockerbie investigation. The answer to question S2W-20010 referred to officers from Lothian and Borders Police who carried out fingerprint examinations in 1991 and 1992 and were cited as witnesses in the Lockerbie trial. The officers referred to were Detective Sergeant William...

Scottish Parliament: Future of Crofting (14 Sep 2005)

Alasdair Morrison: ...will be many opportunities to effect change. Although we all recognise that there are many areas of concern in the draft bill, I was encouraged and pleased to hear a crofters commissioner, Roddy Murray from Ness in Lewis, extolling the virtues of one of the proposals that it contains—that is, to make proper legislative provision to create more crofts in the crofting counties. He said...

Written Answers — Home Department: Prisons/Prisoners (21 Jul 2005)

Fiona Mactaggart: ...Frankland Phil Copple 63 1 October 1990 Full Sutton Bob Mullen 81 27 September 1982 Garth Bob McColm 45 1 August 1975 Gartree Julia Morgan 54 25 September 1978 Glen Parva Brian Edwards 40 3 January 1972 Gloucester David Chalmers 50 20 May 1974 Grendon Peter Bennett 57 26 September 1983 Guys Marsh Barry Greenberry 53 22 October 1984 Haslar...

Mr. Luke Noble (28 Jun 2005)

Douglas Alexander: ...that we are discussing took place on 5 August 2004 and the following morning. At 11 pm a collision occurred between a dinghy holding Luke Noble, Denis Campbell Harty, a United States national, Ian Murray and Stephen Noble and a boat—a Boston whaler—operated by Dutch national, Arjaan Hendriksen. At midnight, the Virgin Islands search and rescue service was alerted and joined the search...

Members Sworn (16 May 2005)

...Ancram, Devizes Right honourable John Matthew Patrick Hutton, Barrow and Furness Simon Hugh McGuigan Burns, West Chelmsford Francis Cook, Stockton North Jim Knight, South Dorset Antony Brian Baldry, Banbury James Hood, Lanark and Hamilton East Michael O'Brien, North Warwickshire John Healey, Wentworth Malcolm Douglas Moss, North East Cambridgeshire Robert Michael Spink, Castle Point...

Members Sworn (12 May 2005)

Michael Martin: ...David Wright Miliband, South Shields Right honourable Desmond Henry Browne, Kilmarnock and Loudon Douglas Garven Alexander, Paisley and Renfrewshire South Right honourable Ian McCartney, Makerfield Right honourable Geoffrey William Hoon, Ashfield Right honourable Hilary Jane Armstrong, North West Durham Right honourable Michael Howard, Folkestone and Hythe...

Written Answers — Home Department: Prisons (14 Mar 2005)

Paul Goggins: ...6 months Edmund's Hill Norma King 0 years 1 months Elmley Chris Bartlett 4 years 6 months Erlestoke Clive Broom 1 years 1 months Everthorpe Amy Rice 1 years 7 months Exeter Ian Mulholland 2 years 9 months Featherstone Mike Bolton 4 years 6 months Feltham Andrew Cross 4 years 1 months Ford Fiona Radford 1 years 0 months Foston Hall Paddy Scriven...

Written Answers — Deputy Prime Minister: Housing (31 Mar 2004)

Keith Hill: ...Sue Questier, Hunts District Council Nick Davies, London Borough of Brent Craig Jane, Horizon Housing Group Sarah Johnson, Colchester Borough Council Tess Donovan, South Gloucester Council Joanne Murray, Short-Life Housing Michael Yeo, Torbay Council Helen Carlyle, Bath and North East Somerset Council Helen Caves, Coventry Council Steven Mcgovern, Mid Sussex District Council Vicki Dubury,...


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