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Scottish Parliament: Renewables (6 Dec 2016)

Stewart Stevenson: The Low Carbon Contracts Company has published a booklet for 2016-17 that says that its intention is “to provide long-term revenue stability to low-carbon Generators.” Has that not been departed from in the decisions that the UK Government has made?

Scottish Parliament: St Andrew’s Day (29 Nov 2016)

Stewart Stevenson: I wonder whether the minister might join me in celebrating one particular occasion that happened on 30 November 1990. Members of my generation and perhaps a little bit younger may remember that that was the day on which Margaret Thatcher left 10 Downing Street.

Scottish Parliament: Cabinet (Meetings) (24 Nov 2016)

Stewart Stevenson: With the Brexiteer chimera of 350 million a week for the national health service being replaced by the Chancellor of the Exchequer yesterday with 225 million a week of new borrowing, is it not now much more difficult for Governments north and south of the border to deliver social justice, given that our economy is being burdened by debt of that magnitude due to the incompetence of...

Scottish Parliament: Island Communities (Support) (24 Nov 2016)

Stewart Stevenson: Is it not the case that Glasgow as a city has shown us the way on the value of islands with the tradition of travelling doon the watter?

Scottish Parliament: Protecting Vulnerable Groups Scheme (Review) (23 Nov 2016)

Stewart Stevenson: 13. To ask the Scottish Government whether it will provide an update on its plans to review the protecting vulnerable groups scheme. (S5O-00377)

Scottish Parliament: Innovation (17 Nov 2016)

Stewart Stevenson: I am travelling with the member on the thrust of his argument. Does he agree that it is important that there is space for projects and thinking that do not lead to a successful outcome? In other words, does he agree that one of the tests of whether people really have space to think is whether only a proportion of the ideas ultimately succeed?

Scottish Parliament: Single Market and Trade (European Union Referendum) (15 Nov 2016)

Stewart Stevenson: This is not my figure, but it has been suggested that the price of visas for our young folk to travel to Magaluf et al will be 120 million a year. If that is true, is it likely to be a disincentive?

Scottish Parliament: US Presidential Election (10 Nov 2016)

Stewart Stevenson: 4. To ask the First Minister what assessment the Scottish Government has made of the impact on Scotland of the outcome of the US presidential election. (S5F-00450)

Scottish Parliament: Climate Change Action (10 Nov 2016)

Stewart Stevenson: Does the cabinet secretary recall hearing a long line of assurances to our island communities about the future of what is rather oddly described as remote onshore island wind? Yesterday was a highly suspicious day for the UK Government to announce that it was reneging on its promises—it was hoping that the announcement would be buried by other news. Should we now make sure that we make...

Scottish Parliament: Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Education and Training Strategy (10 Nov 2016)

Stewart Stevenson: You asked about block-chain, Presiding Officer. It would take rather longer than five minutes to explain, but I will say that one commercial product that you may be familiar with that depends on block-chain technology is the electronic currency called bitcoin. I will leave that with you, Presiding Officer. Ross Thomson—unfortunately he has left, but he can read this speech...

Scottish Parliament: Digital Strategy (3 Nov 2016)

Stewart Stevenson: The member makes some interesting and valid points, but does he accept that, for Scotland—and, indeed, countries around the world—there is a huge opportunity to develop new interfaces between the human users of technology and the technology itself and that the real triumph of the computer will be when we no longer know that we are interacting with one?

Scottish Parliament: UK Referendum on EU Membership: Justice and Security (1 Nov 2016)

Stewart Stevenson: Will the member take an intervention?

Scottish Parliament: Cub Scouts 100th Anniversary (1 Nov 2016)

Stewart Stevenson: I will start by congratulating Jeremy Balfour on giving us the opportunity collectively and individually to revisit, in my case, the many decades that have passed since I was a boy scout. A 100th anniversary is very significant. Let me like others wish them a very happy anniversary on 16 December, a very happy birthday. The purpose of the cub scouts is to support young people in their...

Scottish Parliament: Environment and Climate Change (European Union Referendum) (27 Oct 2016)

Stewart Stevenson: Will the member take an intervention?

Scottish Parliament: Adopt a Station (25 Oct 2016)

Stewart Stevenson: I thank Christine Grahame for the opportunity to discuss the railways, which is one of my favourite topics. I am a former transport minister and I am president of the Scottish Association for Public Transport, which was founded because of the closure of the Borders railway. I am also honorary vice-president for Railfuture UK. The only thing that I lack in my railway credentials is a railway...

Scottish Parliament: BBC Royal Charter and Framework Agreement (6 Oct 2016)

Stewart Stevenson: Will the member take an intervention?

Scottish Parliament: Parliamentary Bureau Motions (6 Oct 2016)

Kenneth Macintosh: ...it relates to policing. Duration: Until the end of the Parliamentary session. Number of members: 7. Membership: Mary Fee, John Finnie, Liam McArthur, Rona Mackay, Ben Macpherson, Margaret Mitchell, Stewart Stevenson. That the Parliament agrees that, under Rule 12.3.3B of Standing Orders, the Justice Sub-Committee on Policing can meet, if necessary, at 1.00pm on a Thursday for the purpose...

Scottish Parliament: Decision Time (6 Oct 2016)

...as it relates to policing. Duration: Until the end of the Parliamentary session. Number of members: 7. Membership: Mary Fee, John Finnie, Liam McArthur, Rona Mackay, Ben Macpherson, Margaret Mitchell, Stewart Stevenson. The final question is, that motion S5M-01861, in the name of Joe FitzPatrick, on the meetings of the sub-committee, be agreed to. Motion agreed to, That the Parliament...

Scottish Parliament: Supporting Farming and Food Production (5 Oct 2016)

Stewart Stevenson: Given the importance of primary and processed food production in my constituency, I welcome the announcements that the cabinet secretary has made about supporting the food industry. What steps can he take—or can he advise what steps the UK Government is contemplating—to protect those industries’ access to labour from other parts of the EU on which they are critically dependent?

Scottish Parliament: Common Agricultural Policy Loan Scheme (4 Oct 2016)

Stewart Stevenson: 1. To ask the Scottish Government whether it will provide an update on progress that it has made in delivering the national common agricultural policy loan scheme. (S5T-00117)


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