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BUSINESS BULLETIN 61 / 2000

Monday 3 April 2000

Section I - Petitions lodged on 31 March 2000

 

  

The following Petitions were lodged with the Parliament on 31 March 2000—

PE154 Petition by Dr Joanne Beaumont on behalf of Hillhead Primary School Board and School calling for the Scottish Parliament to intervene to overturn the decisions of Glasgow City Council concerning 7 and 8 Alfred Terrace, Glasgow G12.

PE155 Petition by Jim and Vera Cowie on behalf of the Protect Our Children Campaign calling for the Scottish Parliament to retain Section 28 of the Local Government Act 1988.

PE156 Petition by Mrs Jean Charsley on behalf of Hillhead Community Council calling for the Scottish Parliament to intervene to overturn the decisions of Glasgow City Council concerning 7 and 8 Alfred Terrace, Glasgow G12.

PE157 Petition by Mr R Rose calling for the Scottish Parliament through the Rural Affairs Committee to extend the current research by the Macaulay Land Research Institute to include a thorough scientific investigation into animal suffering using any of the currently legal methods of fox control.

PE158 Petition by Ronald Rose calling for the Scottish Parliament to extend the current remit for the Macaulay Land Use Research Institute to include a thorough investigation into the social, economic and environmental significance of the Protection of Wild Mammals (Scotland) Bill for remote communities such as Langholm.

PE159 Petition by Janet H Hogg on behalf of the Royal College of Nursing calling for the Scottish Parliament to investigate the plans for car park charging by the Fife Acute Hospitals NHS Trust.

PE160 Petition by Ian Allan calling for the Scottish Parliament to include Health and Safety training as part of the Personal and Social Development curriculum in schools.

PE161 Petition by The Reverend Noel Hughes on behalf of the Gardenstown Free Presbyterian Church (Ulster Presbytery), the Authorised Reformed Presbyterian Church and the Dundee Free Presbyterian Extension (Ulster Presbytery) calling for the Scottish Parliament to retain Section 2A.

  
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