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Written Answers — Communities and Local Government: Press Releases: Minister for the West Midlands (4 Feb 2008)

Parmjit Dhanda: The Minister for the West Midlands has issued 16 press releases in his capacity as a Regional Minister as follows: Liam Byrne MP, West Midlands Minister, To visit Ludlow, Shropshire on Monday, 16 July 2007; Liam Byrne—Challenges Region's Public Services on British Jobs For British Workers; Liam Byrne Challenges Region's Public Services on British Jobs In Britain; Liam Byrne—Brings the...

Scottish Parliament: Drug Supply Routes (Police Surveillance) (19 Feb 2020)

Humza Yousaf: It is utter nonsense to suggest that the decision has been taken for resourcing reasons. It has been taken for operational reasons, and it is right that the chief constable has the independent discretion to make such decisions. It is quite something for Liam Kerr and the Tories to think that it is appropriate for politicians to direct the operational activity of the chief constable. I am...

Scottish Parliament: Youth Unemployment (1 Dec 2011)

Jenny Marra: ...that was posted on Facebook yesterday by the brother of Angus MacLeod. Labour members feel very strongly that this sums up the state of youth unemployment in our country. It is about a boy called Liam Aitchison, who died earlier this week. John MacLeod met him in late September as they waited for a ferry. John was returning from the Uist communion and ended up giving Liam a lift to...

Scottish Parliament: Crofting Reform (Scotland) Bill: Stage 3: Before section 32 (1 Jul 2010)

Peter Peacock: I support the intent of Liam McArthur's amendment 198. As he rightly said, we picked up in various communities that we met a lot of concern that the best agricultural ground for crofting, which is scarce in some communities, should be protected and not zoned for housing or other development. That ought to be at least a consideration in the planning system, and, as Liam McArthur said,...

Written Answers — Health: Ministerial Visits (18 Dec 2006)

Ivan Lewis: My right hon. Friend the Secretary of State for Health (Ms Hewitt) and each of her Ministers have visited the following national health service hospitals since 6 May 2005. Secretary of State/Minister Hospital 2005 12 May Secretary of State for Health Glenfield Hospital 25 May Jane Kennedy St Thomas Hospital 26 May Secretary of State for Health Hinchingbrooke...

Scottish Parliament: “Thematic Inspection of the Scottish Police Authority” (Response) (1 Oct 2019)

Humza Yousaf: I think that even Liam McArthur would have to accept that the SPA, as an organisation, has a unique function in statute. Although it is, I stress, still abiding by the “On Board” principles, it has a unique function in relation to scrutiny of the police and its dual role in supporting policing. I say to Liam McArthur that I listened intently to his speech in the debate about police and...

Scottish Parliament: Covid-19 (Prisons) (18 Mar 2020)

Humza Yousaf: I thank Liam Kerr for his very important question. Just over an hour and a half ago, I spoke to the chief constable, who has operational independence on the matter in relation to the police. It is fair to say that he and his senior management team are looking at exactly the kind of things that Liam Kerr suggested. The police are looking not only at those who have retired but at what more can...

Scottish Parliament: Offensive Behaviour at Football and Threatening Communications (Repeal) (Scotland) Bill: Stage 3 (15 Mar 2018)

Annabelle Ewing: If the Lord Advocate were here, Liam Kerr might find that he was a bit surprised to hear him say that. Liam Kerr referred to the guidelines that were issued towards the end of last week. The Crown Office must continue its daily work and needs to ensure that guidelines are available. That, of course, is a matter for the independent Crown Office. That is one important strand but there are many...

Scottish Parliament: Waiting Times (NHS Grampian) (21 Dec 2017)

Shona Robison: I am happy to discuss that further with Liam McArthur. It is important that patients in NHS Orkney get access to prompt treatment. Traditionally, as Liam McArthur said, that has been provided by NHS Grampian, but we now have the Golden Jubilee national hospital, which provides a number of fantastic services for patients throughout Scotland. I am happy to write to Liam McArthur with further...

Scottish Parliament: Flood Risk (22 Nov 2017)

Mike Rumbles: I agree 100 per cent with what Liam Kerr has just said. I know that the cabinet secretary is aware of the situation that Montrose faces, as she said so in response to Liam Kerr’s earlier intervention. Indeed, earlier this year, she visited Montrose to see it for herself. MSPs from across the political divide such as Liam Kerr and I have raised the issue directly with the cabinet secretary...

Scottish Parliament: Road Equivalent Tariff (Orkney and Shetland) (15 May 2019)

Paul Wheelhouse: On Liam McArthur’s first point, I reassure him that we continue to engage with the European Commission on the state-aid complaint that was made by a private operator. We wrote to the Commission recently in light of Lord Boyd of Duncansby’s judgment in relation to the judicial review in the Court of Session. Liam McArthur will, of course, be aware that there is a potential appeal to that...

Scottish Parliament: Community Policing (Support) (20 Sep 2017)

Michael Matheson: The short answer is that Liam Kerr should not believe everything that he reads in The Scottish Daily Mail . As Liam Kerr will be aware, the taking forward of the Police Scotland IT system is a matter for Police Scotland and the Scottish Police Authority. We are providing Police Scotland with an additional £61 million of reform funding this year to support it in making an investment in key...

Scottish Parliament: Police Scotland Budget (21 Jan 2020)

Humza Yousaf: I really struggle to take lessons from Liam Kerr on this topic. If he wants to talk about what we have done for police officers, I will tell him: we gave them a 6.5 per cent pay award, compared with a derisory 2 per cent pay award that was given to police officers in England and Wales. Liam Kerr’s demand is that the Cabinet Secretary for Finance, Economy and Fair Work put £50 million...

Scottish Parliament: First Minister's Question Time: Ferry Services (Northern Isles) (9 Sep 2010)

Alex Salmond: I will give Liam McArthur two figures. In 2007-08, in the last budget that was set by the Administration of which he was a supporter, Scottish Government subsidies to NorthLink were £29.2 million. In the current year, they are forecast to be £35.6 million. That is an extraordinary and substantial increase of more than 20 per cent during that period of time. I mention that to Liam McArthur...

Scottish Parliament: First Minister's Question Time: Home Insulation Scheme (1 Oct 2009)

Nicola Sturgeon: As Liam McArthur knows, the draft Scottish budget for 2010-11 provides for £15 million-worth of a home insulation scheme that will help up to 100,000 houses. As the draft budget goes through the parliamentary process, it is open to any member of the Parliament to lodge amendments to increase spending on that or any other part of the Scottish Government's budget—but any member who did so...

UK Rare Diseases Framework (24 Mar 2021)

Marie Rimmer: It is a pleasure to serve under your chairmanship, Mrs Miller. I pay tribute to my hon. Friend the Member for Blaydon (Liz Twist). PKU is a disease that leaves people unable to break down protein. It can lead to severe brain damage. Kuvan is a life-changing drug that can help people cope with PKU. NICE’s decision to offer Kuvan only to patients up to the age of 18 is wrong. There is no...

Scottish Parliament: Question Time — Scottish Executive — Health and Wellbeing: NHS 24 (Remote and Rural Areas) (1 May 2008)

Nicola Sturgeon: I recognise the important issues that Liam McArthur raises. There is already a very good working relationship between NHS Orkney and NHS 24. Liam McArthur may be aware that Dr Peter Baxter, the associate medical director for the north for NHS 24, is currently on secondment to NHS Orkney as medical director. That demonstrates the commitment of NHS 24 to working in partnership with the board...

Scottish Parliament: Transport Services (Island Communities) (5 Mar 2020)

Paul Wheelhouse: I know that Liam McArthur’s question is a genuine one on behalf of his constituents. On the agreement that we are trying to reach with Orkney Islands Council, we are trying to provide additional funding. As Liam McArthur knows, there are on-going discussions with the council about the longer-term position for Orkney Ferries. As I outlined to Rhoda Grant, they are complex discussions that...

Scottish Parliament: Proposed Domestic Building Environmental Standards (Scotland) Bill (10 Jan 2023)

Patrick Harvie: I take the point, but, as Liam McArthur mentioned, the Passivhaus standard is essentially owned and defined by an external body—it is not something that Government defines. As the Scottish Government is responsible for building standards, it is important for us to set our own definition. Liam McArthur and other members who represent remote rural and island communities, which can face...

Scottish Parliament: Children and Young People (Scotland) Bill: Stage 3 (19 Feb 2014)

Kezia Dugdale: I support Liam McArthur’s amendments for two reasons. First, they seek to increase the amount of rights that children have. That is important given that, a long time ago, two bills were proposed, one of which was a rights of children and young people bill. To involve them wherever possible in consent to access their data is absolutely the correct approach. The other reason is that Liam...

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