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Scottish Parliament: Question Time — Scottish Executive — General Questions: Energy Options Assessment (Publication) (24 Sep 2009)

John Swinney: The Government is giving significant support to the development of wave and tidal energy in Scotland. Indeed, on a recent visit to the Orkney islands, I saw some of the most recent developments in that area. Further, the First Minister recently inaugurated the new Scottish European Green Energy Centre in Aberdeen, with which Mr Macdonald will be familiar. Naturally, Mr Macdonald will expect...

Scottish Parliament: Presiding Officer's Ruling (4 Mar 2004)

George Reid: I will now deal with the extended point of order made by Margo MacDonald at the end of question time today. I promised to get back to her as quickly as possible. I confirm that the Executive is not responsible for the resolutions of the Parliament. Clearly, responsibility rests firmly and properly with the Parliament itself. The question that Margo MacDonald lodged last week asked the First...

Scottish Parliament: Question Time — scottish executive: National Health Service (Resources) (15 Jun 2000)

Susan Deacon: I am delighted that Margo MacDonald was able to join us today to ask me that series of questions. On this side of the chamber, we presume that Ms MacDonald is still addressing us on behalf of the SNP; no doubt we will be advised on that later. I am obviously not in a position to deal with the many detailed issues concerning the new Edinburgh royal infirmary that Margo MacDonald raises. I am...

Scottish Parliament: Question Time — Scottish Executive — Finance and Sustainable Growth: Capital City Status (Funding) (9 Oct 2008)

John Swinney: Margo MacDonald, of course, advanced the argument for a capital city supplement, and I was happy to confirm in my answer to Margaret Smith that the Government has received the business case that we requested from the City of Edinburgh Council. We will take decisions in time to inform the announcement of the local government settlement for 2009-10. I understand the issue that Margo MacDonald...

Written Answers — Department for International Development: Department for International Development: Consultants (18 Feb 2019)

Harriett Baldwin: The below table shows the value of contracts awarded to (a) Deloitte, (b) Slaughter and May and (c) Mott MacDonald in the last two years for programme delivery. Supplier No. of contracts Awarded in 17/18 and 18/19 Current Contract Value Mott MacDonald Ltd 9 £147,944,151 Deloitte Consulting Pvt Ltd Co. 1 £2,243,338 Slaughter and May 0 0

Scottish Parliament: Falkirk Council (Early Learning and Childcare) (3 Dec 2014)

Aileen Campbell: I thank Angus MacDonald for raising the issue. We expect local authorities to meet their statutory responsibilities, and it is for each of them to decide how best to do that to meet local needs. That includes using a mix of providers, including family centres, childminders and private providers such as the one that Angus MacDonald mentioned, which he knows well. I reiterate that local...

Scottish Parliament: Healthcare Services (24 Nov 2011)

Nicola Sturgeon: I was delighted to perform the official sod-cutting ceremony for the new Wester Hailes healthy living centre. It is a fantastic development and, as Gordon MacDonald said, it is long overdue for the local community. Gordon MacDonald is right to mention the Firrhill area. I can tell him today that that project is now progressing as an NHS Lothian facility; the intention previously was that it...

Written Answers — Transport: Ferry Services (10 Jun 2002)

Mr David Jamieson: reply. Discussions on the Commission's draft EU ferry- manning directive have taken place at the European Transport Councils on the following dates: 20– 21 December 2000 in Brussels (Lord MacDonald represented the UK) 9– 10 December 1999 in Brussels (Lord MacDonald represented the UK) 30 November to 1 December 1998 in Brussels (my hon. Friend the Member for Hampstead and Highgate...

Scottish Parliament: Tolled Bridges Review (1 Mar 2006)

Tavish Scott: Those are important and serious questions on funding. I cannot tell Margo MacDonald today how the crossing—if it is needed—will be funded. Work on that will be progressed by the Finance and Central Services Department of Government in the next year or so. If Government needs to make a decision on a new crossing, it will be important for the ministers of the day to be able to tell...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Broadband in the UK (15 Oct 2001)

the Earl of Northesk: asked Her Majesty's Government: Further to the Written Answer by Lord Macdonald of Tradeston on 11 July (WA 81), whether any new or revised targets in respect of government services online and UK broadband delivery and penetration are being contemplated; and, if so, when and in what terms these are to be introduced; and Further to the Written Answer by Lord Macdonald of Tradeston on 11 July...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Ministerial Correspondence: Ministerial Correspondence (16 Apr 2008)

Jackie Baillie: To ask the Scottish Executive whether correspondence from Mr Donald Macdonald and an enclosure of correspondence between HBOS and Highland Council intimating the prospective closure of the Macdonald hotel company and the complete resort operation, as received by email from the First Minister’s constituency office manager on 29 October 2007, were placed in the ministerial correspondence system.

Introduction: Lord Macdonald of River Glaven (20 Jul 2010)

Sir Kenneth Donald John Macdonald, Knight, QC, having been created Baron Macdonald of River Glaven, of Cley-next-the-Sea in the County of Norfolk, was introduced and made the solemn affirmation, supported by Baroness Kennedy of The Shaws and Baroness Scott of Needham Market, and signed an undertaking to abide by the Code of Conduct.

Scottish Parliament: Supply and Demand for Medicines (24 Nov 2020)

Christine Grahame: The next item of business is a debate on motion S5M-23342, in the name of Lewis Macdonald, on the Health and Sport Committee’s report “Supply and Demand for Medicines”. I call Lewis Macdonald to speak, on behalf of the Health and Sport Committee.

Scottish Parliament: Oaths and Affirmations (7 May 2003)

Richard Lochhead: I reiterate my and my party's belief that sovereignty in Scotland lies with the people and with no one else. The following members made a solemn affirmation: Richard Lochhead (North-East Scotland) (SNP) Kenneth MacAskill (Lothians) (SNP) The following members took the oath: George Lyon (Argyll and Bute) (LD) Lewis Macdonald (Aberdeen Central) (Lab) Margo MacDonald (Lothians) (Ind)

Coal Mines Bill. (3 Mar 1939)

Mr Gordon Macdonald: Mr. G. Macdonald rose in his place, and claimed to move, "That the Question be now put," but Mr. Speaker withheld his assent, and declined then to put that Question.

Scottish Parliament: Affordable Housing (22 Feb 2007)

George Reid: To squeeze Cathie Craigie and Margo MacDonald in, I ask Cathie Craigie to make her speech in about four minutes and Margo MacDonald to make her speech in about three minutes. Perhaps we can then trim back the closing speeches by about a minute each.

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

Des McNulty: To ask the Scottish Executive whether the Minister for Enterprise, Energy and Tourism was aware of the £30,000 donated to the SNP by Mr Donald Macdonald of Aviemore Highland Resort when meeting representatives of Macdonald Hotels, the Cairngorms National Park Authority, Highland Council and the Minister for Community Safety in Aviemore on 26 October 2007.

Scottish Parliament: Scottish Independence Referendum Bill: Stage 1 (12 Sep 2013)

Margo MacDonald: Can Mr Macdonald explain why he thinks that people who believe heart and soul in a change, such as the nationalists do, will stop campaigning for that change? What is the difference between that and socialists in the Labour Party who are still campaigning for socialism?

Scottish Parliament: European Union Referendum (14 Sep 2016)

The Deputy Presiding Officer: I ask members and openers to try to keep to their time, because time is very tight. I call Lewis Macdonald to speak to and move amendment S5M-01412.3—seven minutes, Mr Macdonald.

Scottish Parliament: Marischal Square (8 Dec 2015)

Mark McDonald: No, I have more to come to yet. Let me develop further. Of course, Lewis Macdonald turns around and says that the Local Government and Regeneration Committee has spoken about using pension funds for infrastructure investment. That is something that I have spoken about, too, particularly with regard to public pension funds. The idea is that pension funds that invest in that way recoup their...

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