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Scottish Parliament Written answers

Friday, 19 November 1999

  • Education

    To ask the Scottish Executive to list the local authorities in Scotland that charge music tuition fees in their schools.

  • Environment

    To ask the Scottish Executive, further to the answer to question S1W-1936 by Sarah Boyack on 25 October 1999, when it will be consulting on the designation of the Ythan estuary and catchment as a...

  • Finance

    To ask the Scottish Executive to provide details of its planned level of support for local authority non-housing capital spending for each local authority in the financial year 2000-01.

  • Health

    To ask the Scottish Executive whether there has been any increase in the number of people being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in Scotland in the past three years and, if so, which Health...

  • Health

    To ask the Scottish Executive to specify the number of people who suffer from multiple sclerosis in each of the Health Boards areas in Scotland.

  • Health

    To ask the Scottish Executive whether it will consider allowing NHS Trusts in Scotland to benefit from capital receipts resulting from the disposal of surplus assets.

  • Health

    To ask the Scottish Executive whether proceedings in the Westminster Parliament on the Mental Health (Amendment) (Scotland) Bill have now been completed.

  • Housing

    To ask the Scottish Executive what role local authorities in Scotland will play in relation to the provision of housing services in the event of the proposed housing stock transfers for Glasgow...

  • Rural Affairs

    To ask the Scottish Executive whether its plans for reform of agricultural holdings legislation will include giving tenant farmers a right to buy.

  • Young People

    To ask the Scottish Executive whether it has reached a decision about the proposal to transfer to local authorities DSS resources currently spent on young people leaving local authority care.

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