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Scottish Parliament: Decision Time (3 Jun 1999)

Patricia Ferguson: The next question is, that amendment S1M-19.2, in the name of Mr Alex Salmond, be agreed to. Are we all agreed?

Scottish Parliament: Scottish Adjacent Waters Boundaries (3 Jun 1999)

Irene McGugan: I wish to speak in support of amendment S1M-19.2. If this Parliament wants an example of how not to go about implementing a piece of legislation, this might be the perfect one. The order under discussion is illogical in its content and substance, and insensitive in the manner of its implementation. The current line that divides Scottish and English fisheries matters has effectively removed...

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