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Scottish Parliament: Decision Time (26 Oct 2005)

Brian Monteith: On a point of order, Presiding Officer. Having had the benefit of hearing the earlier speeches of John Scott and Duncan McNeil, I seek the permission of the chamber to withdraw my amendment S2M-3411.2.

Scottish Parliament: Non-Executive Bills Unit (Prioritisation of Workload) (26 Oct 2005)

Brian Monteith: ...when they are submitted, point out that my proposal has a significant degree of support and is lacking in complexity and scope, and ask the SPCB to take those matters into account. I move amendment S2M-3411.2, to insert at end: "with the addition, subject to committee approval of the statement of reasons that further consultation is not necessary and once a successful proposal is lodged,...

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