Business Bulletin No. 22/2003
Tuesday 4 February 2003
Section F : Motions and Amendments
A full list of outstanding motions is available to view each Monday in paper copy at the Chamber Desk or alternatively on the Scottish Parliament web site as Outstanding Motions. The full text of all motions lodged the previous week will appear in the Business Bulletin the following Monday.
Items marked with an asterisk (*) are new or have been altered. Asterisks in the text show the extent of alterations made.
Motions which members wish to be considered for debate as members' business in the Parliament are marked with a hash symbol (#)
*S1M-3841 Mr Jamie Stone: Chernobyl Children's Life Line-That the Parliament commends the work of the Chernobyl Children Life Line in bringing children that are suffering as a result of the Chernobyl legacy from Belarus to Scotland; recognises the benefits, in terms of both health and experience, that the children can gain from these visits; endorses the work of the organisation and its host families, which benefits the children and fosters better links between Scotland and Belarus, and calls on the Scottish Executive to consider whether it can offer any assistance.
*S1M-3840# Mr Tom McCabe: Young People in Sport-That the Parliament commends Hamilton International Sports Trust, which seeks to aid young amateur sports people in competition at the highest levels, for their support given to young people in South Lanarkshire; congratulates the young people supported by the trust on the success they have achieved; notes the work of sportScotland in this area, working to ensure that sport is more widely available to all with investment of £8.1 million per year; believes that such initiatives and investment promote confidence and community spirit among our young people; further believes that this type of community-based support from the local community would benefit other communities across Scotland, and believes that such initiatives, promoting access to sport and promotion of sporting excellence among young people, are worthy of suitable support from the Scottish Executive.
Supported by: Donald Gorrie*
*S1M-3839 Trish Godman: The Madrid Declaration-That the Parliament commends the active involvement of Scottish members of the European Disability Forum in publishing the Madrid Declaration in this European Year of Disabled People; agrees with its authors that disability is a human rights issue, that people with disabilities seek equal opportunity, not charity, and that people in Scotland with disabilities are invisible citizens; supports their view that local authorities, employers, trade unions, educationalists and national authorities should be doing much more to ensure that people with disabilities enter the labour market as equals and that their employment should be based on equality in relation to terms, conditions and opportunities for promotion; endorses the Madrid Declaration, and calls on the Scottish Executive to pledge its support for the declaration.
S1M-3838 Mail Services in the Parliament (lodged on 31 January 2003) Christine Grahame*, Donald Gorrie*
S1M-3837 MV Princess Victoria (lodged on 31 January 2003) Donald Gorrie*
S1M-3836# Scottish Trades Union Movement (lodged on 31 January 2003) Donald Gorrie*
S1M-3835 Hillington Park Innovation Centre (lodged on 31 January 2003) Trish Godman*, Elaine Thomson*, Donald Gorrie*, Mr Tom McCabe*
S1M-3834# Scottish Input to the General Agreement on Trade in Services (lodged on 30 January 2003) Tavish Scott*, Mr John McAllion*, Jackie Baillie*, Susan Deacon*, Sarah Boyack*, Donald Gorrie*
S1M-3832# University of Edinburgh School of Informatics (lodged on 30 January 2003) Donald Gorrie*
S1M-3831 Cuban Economic Embargo (lodged on 30 January 2003) Michael Russell*, Linda Fabiani*, Mr John McAllion*, Fiona McLeod*, Christine Grahame*, Donald Gorrie*
S1M-3830# European Commission Directive on Food Supplements (lodged on 30 January 2003) Phil Gallie*, Christine Grahame*, Donald Gorrie*
S1M-3829 Centenary of James McNeill Whistler (1834 - 1903) (lodged on 29 January 2003) Donald Gorrie*
S1M-3828 Cockenzie House (lodged on 29 January 2003) Mr Lloyd Quinan*, Mr Gil Paterson*, Mr Adam Ingram*, Mr Kenny MacAskill*, Fiona Hyslop*, Nicola Sturgeon*, Linda Fabiani*, Colin Campbell*
S1M-3827# Towns Review (lodged on 29 January 2003) Fiona McLeod*, Donald Gorrie*
S1M-3824# Scottish Police Memorial Trust (lodged on 29 January 2003) Fiona McLeod*, Donald Gorrie*
S1M-3820.1 New Forth Road Bridge Crossing Near Kincardine (lodged on 29 January 2003) Donald Gorrie*
S1M-3808# Landfill Tax Credit Scheme (lodged on 27 January 2003) Donald Gorrie*
S1M-3806 National Holocaust Memorial Day, 27 January 2003 (lodged on 27 January 2003) Fiona McLeod*
S1M-3805 Transport Needs of Disabled People (lodged on 27 January 2003) Donald Gorrie*
S1M-3803 Medacs and the NHS (lodged on 24 January 2003) Donald Gorrie*
S1M-3796 Glasgow Twinning with Havana (lodged on 22 January 2003) Donald Gorrie*
S1M-3794 Safeway's Support for Scottish Football (lodged on 22 January 2003) Donald Gorrie*
S1M-3784# The Widening Pay Gap Between Men and Women (lodged on 21 January 2003) Donald Gorrie*
S1M-3783# Litter Louts (lodged on 21 January 2003) Donald Gorrie*
S1M-3779 Reported Comments by the Chief Executive of the Scottish Prison Service (lodged on 20 January 2003) Donald Gorrie*
S1M-3765# Removal of Thimerosal in Vaccines (lodged on 14 January 2003) Mary Scanlon*