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Scottish Parliament: Oil and Gas Sector Co-investment (23 Feb 2017)

Stewart Stevenson: I join others in thanking Lewis Macdonald for the opportunity to discuss this important topic. My constituency has the world’s largest offshore oil support base and includes St Fergus gas terminal, so the issues are significant to it. Unemployment there, which has historically been low, has risen significantly because of the downturn in the industry. We are still in a much better place...

Scottish Parliament: Budget (Scotland) Bill: Stage 3 (23 Feb 2017)

Stewart Stevenson: Will the Tories be voting against the budget tonight and denying businesses across Scotland access to the £44.5 million to which Murdo Fraser just referred? Does he intend to stuff businesses tonight?

Scottish Parliament: Digital Economy Bill (22 Feb 2017)

Stewart Stevenson: Will the member take an intervention?

Scottish Parliament: Business and the Economy (Support) (21 Feb 2017)

Stewart Stevenson: I welcome the fact that 972 businesses in Moray and Aberdeenshire will benefit from today’s announcement, adding to the 9,608 premises that will pay no more in rates in the coming year than they did in the past year. In relation to valuation appeals, is the cabinet secretary minded to follow the example of the UK Tory Government, which is making appeals in England more difficult than...

Scottish Parliament: Cabinet (Meetings) (9 Feb 2017)

Stewart Stevenson: Did the First Minister note that, last night, the Labour Party signed a blank cheque to the Prime Minister to allow her, without further democratic reference, to determine the terms of leaving the European Union? Does she also note that paragraph 8.16 of the UK Government’s white paper says that there should be a “mutually beneficial” solution for the Spaniards and the UK in...

Scottish Parliament: Withdrawal from the European Union (Article 50) (7 Feb 2017)

Stewart Stevenson: Was the Scottish Government wrong to publish its compromise views? Can Mr Lamont, for all the meetings that there have been, tell us of a single, however trivial, change that is being made to anything whatsoever that the Prime Minister has proposed, discussed or stated?

Scottish Parliament: Year of History, Heritage and Archaeology (31 Jan 2017)

The Deputy Presiding Officer: For our next trip round Scotland, I call Stewart Stevenson.

Scottish Parliament: Celebrating Burns and the Scots Language (25 Jan 2017)

Stewart Stevenson: I thank Emma Harper for the opportunity to talk about Burns. I have used the opportunity to extend the world of people who are familiar with Burns to one more person—my new American intern, Melia Dayley, who is sitting in the gallery and who has written the speech that I give tonight. I stand with members today to celebrate the enduring legacy of Robert Burns and, of course, the Scots...

Scottish Parliament: Forestry (24 Jan 2017)

Stewart Stevenson: Will the member take an intervention?

Scottish Parliament: ScotRail Performance Improvement Plan (Update) (24 Jan 2017)

Stewart Stevenson: Is the minister content with the fact that, one minute ago, the public performance measurement was 9 per cent better in Scotland than in the GB network, and that, at lunchtime today, there were two trains that were not running to schedule—both of which arrived early?

Scottish Parliament: Rural Development (Funding) (19 Jan 2017)

Stewart Stevenson: Seed potatoes are an important issue for my constituents. Is the cabinet secretary aware that some of the more northern states in the United States, for example Idaho, which have similar climatic advantages for growing seed potatoes, are poised to exploit any lacuna in our ability to supply seed potatoes to export markets, and that the danger is not simply local but global?

Scottish Parliament: Scotland’s Future Relationship with Europe (17 Jan 2017)

Stewart Stevenson: The cabinet secretary will be aware that the Prime Minister made a speech this morning and discussed the disbenefits to Europe of barriers to trade from Europe to the UK, in particular highlighting the plight of Spanish fishermen who might not get access to the UK market, while not saying a single word about Scottish and English fishermen and the detriments that they might suffer in getting...

Scottish Parliament: Fishing (17 Jan 2017)

Christine Grahame: The final item of business is a members’ business debate on motion S5M-02438, in the name of Stewart Stevenson, on the sea of opportunity campaign. The debate will be concluded without any question being put. Motion debated, That the Parliament commends the Scottish Fishermen’s Federation’s (SFF) A Sea of Opportunity campaign; considers that full control over fishing in the...

Scottish Parliament: International Development (11 Jan 2017)

Stewart Stevenson: This debate is founded on principle. Page 17 of the document to which we are speaking today captures some of that principle when it says: “Our approach to international development is one of working in ‘partnerships of equals’ with others, both within Scotland and with our partner countries.” That relates to a very important point. This is not about what we do to...

Scottish Parliament: Protection and Promotion of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms (European Union) (10 Jan 2017)

Stewart Stevenson: Does the cabinet secretary agree with Winston Churchill who, in 1948 in the Hague, said that a charter of human rights is a “sincere expression of free democracy”.

Scottish Parliament: Common Agricultural Policy (Payments) (21 Dec 2016)

Stewart Stevenson: I draw members’ intention to my registered agricultural holding of a massive 3 acres. What measures are being taken to address the costs of the common agricultural policy futures system and to ensure that CAP payments are put on a better footing in future?

Scottish Parliament: Protecting Scotland’s Livestock (21 Dec 2016)

Stewart Stevenson: I very much welcome the reannouncement and confirmation of the soft-landing approach in the transition from the CTS links system to ScotMoves. Given that the purpose of the soft landing is to encourage take-up of the new system by farmers, what other steps will be taken to smooth the path and encourage early and meaningful engagement with the ScotMoves system for this important part of our...

Scottish Parliament: Climate Targets (14 Dec 2016)

Stewart Stevenson: Presiding Officer, I wish you a happy birthday—it is always as well to get credit with the Presiding Officers; it is one of the rules in this place—and I thank Maree Todd for securing the debate. I found myself agreeing with every word that Maurice Golden said in what was a very worthwhile contribution. In the light of that agreement, I gently encourage him and his Conservative...

Scottish Parliament: Sea Fisheries and End-year Negotiations (7 Dec 2016)

Stewart Stevenson: Peter Chapman and I were both at the North East Scotland Fisheries Development Partnership meeting, and I think that there was broad agreement in the room that the red line in all negotiations should be that no decisions about foreign access to new fishing opportunities should precede our getting control of them. Does the member agree with that position?

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?


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