Scottish Parliament debates

Wednesday, 7 January 2004

  • Introduction

    Scottish Parliament Wednesday 7 January 2004 (Afternoon) [THE PRESIDING OFFICER opened the meeting at 14:30]

  • Time for Reflection

    2 speeches

    Welcome back and a good new year. Our time for reflection leader today is his Eminence Cardinal Keith O'Brien, Archbishop of St Andrews and Edinburgh.

  • Business Motion

    1 speech

    The next item of business is consideration of business motion S2M-759, in the name of Patricia Ferguson, on behalf of the Parliamentary Bureau, setting out a revised business programme. Motion...

  • Fisheries

    28 speeches

    The next item of business is a statement by Ross Finnie on fisheries. The minister will take questions at the end of his statement and there should be no interventions.

  • Nature Conservation (Scotland) Bill: Stage 1

    56 speeches

    The next item of business is a debate on motion S2M-425, in the name of Ross Finnie, on the general principles of the Nature Conservation (Scotland) Bill.

  • Nature Conservation (Scotland) Bill: Financial Resolution

    2 speeches

    The next item of business is consideration of motion S2M-500, on the financial resolution in respect of the Nature Conservation (Scotland) Bill. Motion moved, That the Parliament, for the...

  • Business Motion

    1 speech

    The next item of business is consideration of business motion S2M-760, in the name of Patricia Ferguson, on behalf of the Parliamentary Bureau, which sets out a business programme. Motion moved,...

  • Decision Time

    4 speeches

    There are two questions to be put as a result of today's business.

  • Holy Trinity Episcopal Primary School (Closure)

    27 speeches

    The final item is a members' business debate on motion S2M-702, in the name of Brian Monteith, on the closure of Holy Trinity Episcopal Primary School. The debate will be concluded without any...

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The Scottish Parliament is the national legislature of Scotland, located in Edinburgh. The Parliament consists of 129 members known as MSPs, elected for four-year terms; 73 represent individual geographical constituencies, and 56 are regional representatives.

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