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Mr Alexander Macdonald

Former MP for Stafford (31 Jan 1874 – 31 Oct 1881)

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Scottish Parliament written answers — Planning: Planning (25 Feb 2008)

Michael Russell: The First Minister met Mr Donald Macdonald in Aviemore on 26 October 2007. Mr Macdonald welcomed Mr Salmond to the SNP Conference at the entrance to the conference. The meeting lasted a few seconds, was fully within public view and was filmed for television. The Cabinet Secretary for Health and Wellbeing met Mr Macdonald in St Andrew’s House in Edinburgh on 7 August 2007 to discuss Health...

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Ministerial Visits (25 Jun 2003)

Douglas Alexander: Details of UK visits undertaken by me and Lord Macdonald of Tradeston, between May 2002 and May 2003 are set out in the table. Visits within England are broken down by Government office administrative region. Internal meetings held at locations outside London are not included. Minister Date Engagement Region Minister for the Cabinet Office, Lord Macdonald 12 July 2002 Hermitage...

Written Answers — Defence: Flight Lieutenant MacDonald (7 Dec 2005)

Don Touhig: To date the Ministry of Defence's legal costs in the case involving Mr. MacDonald are £169,700 which includes counsel's fees. These costs reflect the legal complexity of the case brought by Mr. MacDonald. Mr. MacDonald claimed he had been discriminated against unlawfully on grounds of sex, contrary to the Equal Treatments Directive 76/207/EEC and Section 6 of the Sex Discrimination Act 1976....

Scottish Parliament: Health and Community Care: Specialist Nurses (Parkinson's Disease) (12 Jan 2006)

Lewis Macdonald: We recognise the importance of the areas of specialism to which Margo MacDonald refers. We will take into careful consideration the findings of the reviews to which I and Margo MacDonald referred and will make decisions based on the evidence.

Previous Business – Commons: Select Committee (1 Feb 2017)

Scottish Affairs: Sustainable employment in Scotland. 2:15 pm; Room 8, Palace of Westminster
Witnesses: Gary Smith, Scotland Secretary, GMB Bryan Simpson, Executive Council, Unite Vaughan Hart, Managing Director, Scottish Building Federation Ewan MacDonald-Russell, Head of Policy and External Affairs, Scottish Retail Consortium Donald Macdonald, Executive Chairman, Macdonald Hotels and Resorts

Scottish Parliament written answers — Planning: Planning (19 Jan 2009)

Des McNulty: To ask the Scottish Executive whether the Minister for Enterprise, Energy and Tourism, with or without officials, met Mr Donald Macdonald of Aviemore Highland Resort or representatives of Macdonald Hotels at any time between his appointment as a minister and his meeting with representatives of Macdonald Hotels, the Cairngorms National Park Authority, Highland Council and the Minister for...

Scottish Parliament: Animals and Wildlife (Penalties, Protections and Powers) (Scotland) Bill: Stage 3 (17 Jun 2020)

Angus MacDonald: I have nothing to add, Presiding Officer. I am happy to press amendment 41. Amendment 41 agreed to. Amendment 42 moved—[Claudia Beamish]—and agreed to. Amendment 43 moved—[Angus MacDonald]—and agreed to. Amendment 44 moved—[Claudia Beamish]—and agreed to. Amendment 14 moved—[Mairi Gougeon]—and agreed to. Amendment 45 moved—[Claudia Beamish]—and agreed to. Amendment 46...

Scottish Parliament: Partnership Action for Continuing Employment (18 May 2017)

Linda Fabiani: I call Angus MacDonald, to be followed by—I am terribly sorry; that member is not in the chamber. Angus MacDonald will be followed by—and neither is that member. I call Angus MacDonald, to be followed by Gillian Martin.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Fire Service: Fire Service (13 Jan 2004)

Alex Neil: To ask the Scottish Executive when Mott MacDonald Communication and Controls Division was commissioned to review the operation of fire service control rooms; what the remit of the review is; what the value is of Mott MacDonald's consultancy contract; what criteria were applied in appointing the company; how many companies bid for the contract; what Mott MacDonald's timetable is for reporting...

Scottish Parliament: Access to Justice (24 Apr 2013)

Elaine Smith: The next item of business is a debate on motion S4M-06306, in the name of Lewis Macdonald, on access to justice. I invite members who wish to speak in the debate to press their request-to-speak buttons now, and I remind the chamber that debates in the afternoon are follow-on debates and therefore do not have set times. I call Lewis Macdonald to speak to and move the motion. Mr Macdonald, you...

Scottish Parliament: Climate Change (Scotland) Bill: Stage 3: After section 50A (24 Jun 2009)

Lewis Macdonald: Likewise, I will be brief and simply acknowledge the chamber's strong—indeed, unanimous—view that we have reached this point as a result of Sarah Boyack's commitment and latterly the willingness of all parties to find a common route to ensure that progress was made in this area. The critical question now is how the measure will be delivered and how we ensure that, in putting the schemes...

Scottish Parliament: Ferry Service between Scotland and Scandinavia (13 Jan 2015)

David Stewart: I warmly congratulate my former Public Petitions Committee colleague Angus MacDonald on securing the debate. I support the objective of Mr MacDonald’s motion and was pleased to sign up to it just before Christmas. I hope that, in a small way, I contributed to securing the debate tonight. As members might guess, Mr MacDonald hails from the Western Isles, where ferries are not just a mode of...

Written Answers — Prime Minister: Director of Public Prosecutions (17 Sep 2003)

Norman Baker: To ask the Prime Minister (1) what contact took place between 10 Downing street and (a) the members of the panel which selected Mr. Ken Macdonald QC as Director of Public Prosecutions and (b) Mr. Ken Macdonald QC during the process of the decision-making on the appointment; (2) if he will list the (a) dates and (b) attendees of meetings which took place between 10 Downing street (i)...

Scottish Parliament: Ministerial Appointment (22 Mar 2001)

Henry McLeish: I am pleased to move that Lewis Macdonald be appointed as a junior Scottish minister. The purpose of the motion in my name is to get Parliament's approval for the appointment, after which I will present Lewis Macdonald's name to Her Majesty the Queen. I do not want to delay the chamber too long as an important debate is to follow. Lewis Macdonald is well known to members in all parts of the...

Written Answers — Solicitor-General: Director of Public Prosecutions (17 Sep 2003)

Harriet Harman: The appointment of Mr. Ken Macdonald QC as Director of Public Prosecutions was made following a process of fair and open competition. Advertisements were placed in the national media and legal journals and, as part of the search process, a number of civil servants and members of the judiciary were approached in order to identify suitable candidates. The selection panel was chaired by the...

Scottish Parliament: Question Time — Scottish Executive: Older People (30 May 2002)

Frank McAveety: Two offers in the one day is not bad for me. If we had all had physical education teachers as glamorous as Margo MacDonald, perhaps we would have taken more interest in PE. [MEMBERS: "Sook!"] On the serious content of Margo MacDonald's contribution, a range of strategies should be adopted. Someone from a teaching background, such as Margo MacDonald, knows that there are different ways of...

Public Bill Committee: Counter-Terrorism Bill: Schedule 1 (6 May 2008)

David Davies: I thank you, Mr. Bercow. Let me go back to the evidence taken by the Home Affairs Committee. I went into that Committee with a very open mind, prepared to listen to the evidence and, if necessary, to give some support to the Government’s position. As Labour Members know, not one single person who was giving evidence, with the exception of the Metropolitan Police Commissioner, was able to...

Written Answers — Transport: Management Consultancies (5 Oct 2005)

Karen Buck: Details of top five external consultants and advisers used by the Department in each of the last three years are shown in the following table. Separate figures for management consultancy are not held centrally and could be provided only at disproportionate cost. Supplier Value of contracts (£) 2002–03 Lovells 65,000,000 Hyder 13,472,801 Salomon Brothers Int. Ltd....

Scottish Parliament written answers — Planning: Planning (28 Feb 2008)

Michael Russell: The only contacts are as follows: A letter addressed to the First Minister from Mr Macdonald, dated 23 October 2007, was received by his constituency office in Inverurie on 24 October 2007 and passed to his Private Office by e-mail on 29 October 2007. As it provided background information on a planning application and as no action was required as a result of it, it was not drawn to the First...

Scottish Parliament: United Kingdom Emergency Budget and End-year Flexibility (23 Jun 2010)

John Swinney: At the conclusion of my statement, I think that I addressed Margo MacDonald's point, with which I am in agreement. Full fiscal responsibility would give Parliament the opportunity to make our own choices about welfare reform, public spending and the fairness of the tax system. I accept Margo MacDonald's point—all of those questions are interrelated. Given the limitations on our powers and...

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