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Section F – Motions and Amendments

Motions and amendments are normally only printed the day after the day on which they are lodged and then with the complete list of motions and amendments lodged the previous week which is published in this section of the Bulletin every Monday. That list also contains any motions lodged for debate in the forthcoming week.

Where the text of a motion or amendment is altered, the motion or amendment is re-printed with the changes marked by asterisks in the text.

Where a motion or amendment attracts additional support after it is first published, that additional support is shown separately at the end of this section.

Motions which members wish to be considered for debate as members’ business in the Parliament are marked with a hash symbol (#).

Motions in which a member has indicated a declarable interest are marked with an "R".

An indication is also provided where motions and amendments have been withdrawn.

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New and altered motions and amendments

*S2M-3083# Shona Robison: Work Permit for Jason Scotland—That the Parliament is concerned at the decision of the Home Office to refuse to renew the work permit for Dundee United player, Jason Scotland; believes that Jason is an asset to both Dundee United, the city of Dundee and Scotland; is concerned that this decision flies in the face of attempts to bring fresh talent to Scotland through the Fresh Talent initiative, and believes that the Home Office should reconsider its decision as a matter of urgency.

*S2M-3082 Ms Sandra White: End Pregnancy Discrimination—That the Parliament notes the findings of the Equal Opportunities Commission (EOC) Scotland which found that 54% of pregnant working women in Scotland experience discrimination and that three quarters of these women are afraid to report incidents of discrimination for fear of harming their job security; urges the Scottish Executive, in light of the depopulation crisis, to promote greater maternity rights among both public and private sector employers to ensure that this kind of discrimination does not occur; notes the massive contribution that women make to the economy of Scotland and that their future contribution to that economy is jeopardised by this form of discrimination, and further urges ministers to support EOC Scotland’s call to deliver an end to pregnancy discrimination in Scotland.

*S2M-3081 Jim Mather: Co-operation Between the Faroe Islands and Scotland—That the Parliament, in recognition of the historic and geographical links between the Scottish island communities of the Western Isles, Shetland and Orkney and the Faroe Islands, a self-governing territory within the state of Denmark, welcomes the transfer of the competency of broad control over foreign policy for the islands from Denmark to the Faroese parliament, the Løgtingið, in addition to its already extensive powers, including the power of negotiation of international agreements and treaties to suit the islands’ unique needs, and congratulates the Faroe Islands, Orkney, Shetland and the Western Isles on the signing of a joint statement on co-operation between the islands on 1 June 2005 to address areas of mutual interest including fisheries, aquaculture, oil, transport, infrastructure, renewable energy, broadcasting and culture.

Supported by: Roseanna Cunningham*, Fergus Ewing*, Shiona Baird*, Eleanor Scott*, Mr Jamie Stone*, Rob Gibson*, Christine Grahame*

*S2M-3080# Brian Adam: Future of the Paper Manufacturing Industry in Scotland—That the Parliament expresses concern at the recent closure announcements in respect of the BPB papermill at Mugiemoss, Aberdeen, and the threatened closure of the Corpach pulp mill in Fort William and the Carrongrove paper mill in Denny; notes the crisis in paper manufacturing and related industries in Scotland, and considers that the Scottish Executive should take action to halt the decline.

*S2M-3079 Stewart Stevenson: Hepatitis C—That the Parliament notes that MSPs of the Scottish Socialist Party regarded unparliamentary interventions in the Chamber as more important than the interests of Scots infected by Hepatitis C within the NHS and demands that they apologise to Hepatitis C-affected families for their infantile behaviour and for their personal role in losing the opportunity for the Parliament to right a wrong.

S2M-3077 Bristow Muldoon: Congratulations to West Lothian Council—That the Parliament welcomes the latest Accounts Commission report on West Lothian Council which recognises the good practice, clear strategic vision and strong commitment to improvement in the local authority under the excellent leadership of Labour’s council leader, Graeme Morrice; notes the first-rate work of the professional officers at the local authority in securing such a positive report; further notes that West Lothian Council has had to contend with the pressures of a fast-growing population but that, through a culture of improvement and strong leadership, the local authority has responded to the changes positively, and acknowledges that West Lothian Council is widely recognised as one of the best local authorities, not just in Scotland but in the United Kingdom.

Supported by: Trish Godman*, Michael McMahon*, Richard Baker*, Sarah Boyack*, Mr Frank McAveety*

S2M-3076 Marilyn Livingstone: Award for Forth Park Midwife-led Unit—That the Parliament congratulates the staff at Kirkcaldy’s Forth Park Hospital’s midwife-led unit following receipt of the Highly Commended award at the National Childbirth Trust’s 2005 Better Birth Environment Awards which acknowledge excellence in NHS maternity units; notes that Forth Park was selected as runner-up from 157 UK units that were recommended by women who had recently had a baby, and acknowledges that the unit was nominated by local women to receive an award in the "Alongside Midwife-led Birth Centre" category.

Supported by: Sarah Boyack, Helen Eadie*, Trish Godman*, Nora Radcliffe*, Eleanor Scott*, Mrs Margaret Ewing*, Mr Jamie Stone*, Christine May*, Ms Wendy Alexander*, Ms Rosemary Byrne*, Mrs Mary Mulligan*

S2M-3075 Roseanna Cunningham: G8: The Road to the Summit—That the Parliament welcomes the contributions from Perth and Kinross school pupils to the BBC’s television programmes, G8: The Road to the Summit; applauds the intelligent, articulate and insightful way in which the pupils questioned a range of experts and commentators on aid, trade, debt and climate change, and hopes that the G8 leaders can show the same levels of maturity when they come to discuss those same issues during the summit at Gleneagles Hotel.

Supported by: Mr John Swinney, Rob Gibson, Michael Matheson, Fergus Ewing, Mr Andrew Welsh, Richard Lochhead, Bruce Crawford, Fiona Hyslop, Christine Grahame, Mr Adam Ingram, Stewart Stevenson, Patrick Harvie, Rosie Kane, Bill Butler, Michael McMahon, Alasdair Morgan, Jim Mather, Ms Sandra White, Eleanor Scott, Linda Fabiani, Brian Adam, Mr Mark Ruskell, Karen Gillon, Frances Curran, Shiona Baird*, Nora Radcliffe*, Alex Neil*, Mrs Margaret Ewing*, Mr Stewart Maxwell*, Cathie Craigie*, Mr Jamie Stone*

S2M-3074# Marilyn Livingstone: Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse—That the Parliament welcomes the Scottish Executive’s announcement to the Cross Party Group on Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse on future strategic action; further welcomes the creation of a reference group which would include adult survivors and cross party group representation; welcomes the appointment of a lead professional to assist implementation of this strategy following the report of the Short Life Working Group and the establishment of a survivors’ fund of £2 million to pump-prime activity; welcomes the intention of the Executive to publish a document which will highlight mainstream Executive initiatives that already benefit survivors; welcomes the proposed scoping of what community health partnerships and managed clinical networks could offer, given that survivors are not yet aware of the potential benefits these could bring; further welcomes the creation of a network of professionals and adult survivors, which could be virtual, and the commissioning of NHS Education for Scotland to undertake self-help training and public awareness-raising, and welcomes the call for bids for demonstration projects to be met from the survivors’ fund.

Supported by: Rosie Kane, Maureen Macmillan, Ms Rosemary Byrne, Sarah Boyack, Shiona Baird*, Helen Eadie*, Trish Godman*, Alex Neil*, Patrick Harvie*, Mr Jamie Stone*, Michael McMahon*, Dr Elaine Murray*, Ms Sandra White*

S2M-3073# Brian Adam: Met Office Aberdeen—That the Parliament expresses grave concern at proposals by the Met Office to close its office in Aberdeen and transfer the work to Exeter; notes that the Aberdeen office is commercially profitable and that its integrated approach to forecasting and commercial activities is key to that success; further notes its important role in adding value to raw data by providing significant interpretation through local knowledge and by successfully engaging face to face with many of its customers, and encourages the Scottish Executive to engage in the consultation recently announced by the Met Office with the intention of retaining all its activities in Aberdeen and seeking consideration of the devolution of the civil and commercial activities.

Supported by: Richard Baker*

S2M-3072 Robin Harper: The First Lady Eve Balfour Memorial Lecture in Scotland: "Can Organic Farming Feed the World?"—That the Parliament welcomes the first Lady Eve Balfour memorial lecture in Scotland, "Can Organic Farming Feed the World?", given in honour of the founder and first president of the Soil Association and author of the influential book, The Living Soil, which looked at the connection between farming practice and the health of soil, plants, animals and people and notes that the speakers will be Colin Tudge, biologist and author of So Shall We Reap, and leading environmentalist, Sue Edwards, of the Ethiopian Institute for Sustainable Development and that the lecture will take place on Wednesday 13 July 2005 at 6.15 pm in the Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh.

Supported by: Shiona Baird*, Nora Radcliffe*, Eleanor Scott*, Patrick Harvie*, Rob Gibson*, Chris Ballance*, Ms Rosemary Byrne*

S2M-3071# Richard Baker: Marine Energy Production in Scotland—That the Parliament notes the current review of the Renewables Obligations Certificate (ROCs) system to encourage the production of renewable energy; recognises that Scotland is at the forefront of technological development in the marine energy industry and that there are great opportunities for marine energy production in Scotland, and believes that the ROCs system should be amended in order to provide greater incentives for the production of marine energy in Scotland.

Supported by: Sarah Boyack, Ms Wendy Alexander, Helen Eadie, Mike Watson, Patrick Harvie, Mr Andrew Arbuckle, Mr Kenneth Macintosh, Ms Sandra White, Eleanor Scott, Christine May, Maureen Macmillan, Shiona Baird, Nora Radcliffe*, Mr Jamie Stone*

S2M-3070 John Farquhar Munro: Taynuilt Decrofting for Housing—That the Parliament recognises the importance of crofting to the economic and social life of the Highlands and Islands; believes that the future of crofting depends on the maintenance of stable crofting communities; regrets, therefore, the Crofters Commission’s agreement to the sale and decrofting of a croft at Taynuilt to permit the construction of 10 luxury houses, and believes that the Crofters Commission should only agree to the decrofting of crofts for housing development purposes where the houses to be constructed are affordable properties to meet local housing needs.

S2M-3069 Mr Jamie McGrigor: ICC Trophy—That the Parliament notes that cricket’s ICC Trophy is being held in Ireland from 1 to 13 July 2005; further notes that the top five teams from the tournament will qualify for the 2007 ICC Cricket World Cup in the West Indies, and wishes Scotland every success in the competition and in its campaign to qualify for the World Cup.

Supported by: Alex Johnstone, Mr Ted Brocklebank, John Scott, Brian Adam, Murray Tosh, David McLetchie, Mr Jamie Stone, Murdo Fraser, Mr Brian Monteith, Mike Pringle, Mr Andrew Arbuckle, Eleanor Scott, Robin Harper, Phil Gallie, Mrs Nanette Milne, Mr David Davidson, Michael McMahon, Lord James Douglas-Hamilton, Mary Scanlon, Karen Gillon, Mrs Margaret Ewing

S2M-3068 Eleanor Scott: Moray Sustainability Handbook—That the Parliament congratulates the Moray Sustainable Forum and the Rural Environmental Action Partnership for the production of their excellent Moray Sustainability Handbook; believes that this is a stunningly useful and comprehensive resource that will enable many people in Moray to take practical steps to reduce their environmental footprints and adopt more sustainable lifestyles, and urges all other local authorities and the Scottish Executive to promote the creation of similar guidebooks for people throughout Scotland.

Supported by: Roseanna Cunningham, Robin Harper, Richard Lochhead, Patrick Harvie, Dr Jean Turner, Mary Scanlon, Shiona Baird*

S2M-3063 Mr Alasdair Morrison: Guga Hunters of Ness—That the Parliament wishes the guga-hunting team from the district of Ness on the Isle of Lewis the very best as they prepare for this year’s trip to Sula Sgeir; recognises that the guga is enjoyed by many within the Western Isles and indeed the Hebridean diaspora throughout the world; notes the view of Scottish Natural Heritage that this important annual harvest has no adverse effect on the population of the gannet colony, and looks forward to the continued success of this age-old tradition which provides a delicacy that will continue to delight the palate of islanders at home and abroad for generations to come.

Supported by: Stewart Stevenson

S2M-3061 Ms Sandra White: Napalm and Iraq—That the Parliament notes the recent admission by Adam Ingram, Minister of State for the Armed Forces, that the US army used Mark 77 firebombs, "which are essentially napalm", in Iraq; further notes that napalm has been banned by the United Nations since 1980 and that, as well as causing horrific burns, napalm removes all the oxygen from the strike area so that it is only possible to survive this deoxygenation by being on the extreme periphery of the target area, and believes that it is the duty of the Parliament to highlight the use of these terrible weapons in Iraq and to campaign actively against their continued use in Iraq and elsewhere.

Supported by: Michael Matheson, Campbell Martin

S2M-3046 Shiona Baird: The Big Recycle and Zero Waste—That the Parliament welcomes the Scottish Executive’s Big Recycle initiative; further welcomes the recent advances that have been made in Scotland’s recycling rates; notes, however, that, while Scotland’s recycling figures are improving, they still lag far behind those of most of our European partners; acknowledges that most people in Scotland want to recycle more of their waste but lack the infrastructure to do so easily; believes that, while recycling is important, it is even more important to focus efforts on waste prevention; calls on the Executive to publish its national waste prevention strategy, and urges the Executive to follow the lead of other European countries and make extensive recycling facilities freely available to all households as part of a wider national policy of zero waste.

Supported by: Donald Gorrie

S2M-3045 Mr Stewart Maxwell: Help Scotland Make Poverty History—That the Parliament urges the Scottish Executive to meet the UN target of spending 0.7% of gross domestic product on international aid; recognises that the current settlement between Holyrood and Westminster does not give the Parliament the powers to make this decision for itself; agrees that Scotland should aspire to meet the UN target within the lifetime of one parliamentary session, and calls on the Executive to insist that Westminster devolves power over international aid to Holyrood, thus allowing Scotland to take its rightful place alongside other nations of the world in making poverty history.

Supported by: Mr John Swinney, Christine Grahame, Stewart Stevenson, Michael Matheson, Alex Neil*

S2M-3044 Roseanna Cunningham: Build A Bridge—That the Parliament congratulates the pupils from Crieff High School who have recorded a song, "Build a Bridge", for the G8 summit; supports their request that the Prime Minister declare the song as the official anthem for the G8 summit; encourages the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and the organisers of the Make Poverty History and Live 8 events to consider inviting the pupils to perform the song at official and unofficial events related to the summit, and commends the pupils and their teachers for believing that, together, everyone can build a better world.

Supported by: Stewart Stevenson, Brian Adam, Richard Lochhead, Mr Jamie Stone, Mr Stewart Maxwell, Rob Gibson, Eleanor Scott, Mr John Swinney, Linda Fabiani, Robin Harper, Mr Andrew Arbuckle, Michael Matheson, Ms Sandra White, Mrs Margaret Ewing

S2M-3043 Christine Grahame: Hot Air at Holyrood—That the Parliament urges the Scottish Parliamentary Corporate Body to address the temperature in the Parliament building, in particular, within the MSP rooms and the Chamber, without further delay, as staff both of the Parliament and MSPs, are being required to work in conditions that are outwith the recommendations of the Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers, namely 21º to 23ºC in winter and 22º to 24ºC in summer, while the prevailing internal temperature is on a par with Rio de Janeiro or Tenerife and regards the guidance from Facilities Management that windows should be opened, which they are so far as mechanically possible, as a wholly inadequate and unacceptable response.

Supported by: Mrs Margaret Ewing, Bill Aitken, Ms Rosemary Byrne, Dennis Canavan, Alex Johnstone, Roseanna Cunningham, Mary Scanlon, Mr David Davidson, Alex Neil*

S2M-3040 Marlyn Glen: Dundee University and African Development—That the Parliament congratulates Dundee University on its established record in assisting countries in Africa to address issues of social, economic and health development through its imaginative healthcare schemes for the training of nurses and other professionals in the health sector, including creating scholarships for Rwandan women; notes its Centre for Medical Education and distance learning courses, its International Virtual Medical School and the research being done in life sciences by Professor Michael Ferguson and others on malaria and other tropical diseases which is expected to lead to improved drugs and treatments; commends the university for its sustained action in these areas over a number of years; welcomes the Scottish Executive’s and the UK Government’s commitment to tackling African debt at the G8 summit, and hopes that the work of Dundee University can inform the ongoing development of Africa.

Supported by: Ms Wendy Alexander, Patrick Harvie, Mr Jamie Stone, Des McNulty, Rosie Kane, Mr Frank McAveety, Mike Pringle, Sarah Boyack, Dr Elaine Murray, Mrs Mary Mulligan, Eleanor Scott, Mr John Swinney, Ms Sandra White, Linda Fabiani, Donald Gorrie, Mr Kenneth Macintosh, Rob Gibson, Michael Matheson, Jackie Baillie, Trish Godman, Helen Eadie*, Alex Neil*, Dennis Canavan*, Kate Maclean*, Richard Baker*

S2M-3038 Bruce Crawford: Zimbabwe—That the Parliament urges the Scottish Executive to make urgent representations to Her Majesty’s Government in respect of the Zimbabwean Government’s policy of "Murambatsvina" which is causing unnecessary displacement, starvation, misery and death to tens of thousands of the Zimbabwean population; calls on Her Majesty’s Government to suspend the possible deportation of the 116 Zimbabwean asylum seekers, currently held in the United Kingdom, until the internal crisis in Zimbabwe stabilises, and, to that end, supports the intervention of the United Nations and eagerly awaits the report of the UN’s Special Envoy, Anna Tibaijuka.

Supported by: Mr Kenny MacAskill, Alex Neil, Shiona Baird, Rob Gibson, Mrs Margaret Ewing, Brian Adam, Patrick Harvie, Jim Mather, Mr John Swinney, Ms Sandra White, Robin Harper, Ms Rosemary Byrne, Mike Pringle, Rosie Kane, Donald Gorrie, Richard Lochhead, Tommy Sheridan, Michael Matheson, Christine Grahame*

S2M-3037 Robin Harper: Friends of the Forth Funding Shortfall—That the Parliament notes the excellent work done by Forth Estuary Forum to raise awareness of the issue of coastal litter, remove litter and identify the sources of litter in the Forth through the highly successful Coastal Litter Campaign which ended after three years in 2004; recognises that the follow-on project, Friends of the Forth, will continue to work on the Coastal Litter Campaign; notes that funding for the Forum is time-limited and expires shortly and that there is a shortfall of £5,000 to start the project and draw on financial support already offered, and calls on the Scottish Executive to provide funding to enable this new project to commence.

Supported by: Donald Gorrie, Rosie Kane, Patrick Harvie*, Chris Ballance*, Eleanor Scott*, Rob Gibson*, Shiona Baird*, Richard Lochhead*

S2M-3036 Campbell Martin: Sir William Wallace—That the Parliament recognises the historic significance of the contribution of Sir William Wallace in fighting against the English occupation of Scotland and securing international recognition of the right of Scotland to exist as an independent nation; further recognises that Wallace’s example, heroism and devotion continue to be an inspiration to those Scots who seek the restoration of Scotland’s independence, and calls on the Scottish Executive to ensure that the Saltire of Scotland is flown at half mast from every public building in Scotland on 23 August 2005 in remembrance of William Wallace, who was kidnapped from Scotland and murdered in London on 23 August 1305.

Supported by: Rob Gibson, Mr Stewart Maxwell, Ms Rosemary Byrne, Colin Fox, Ms Sandra White, Mr Bruce McFee, Brian Adam, Michael Matheson, Alex Neil*, Dennis Canavan*

S2M-3035 Bruce Crawford: Andrew Murray—That the Parliament recognises the superb effort made by Scots tennis player, Andrew Murray from Dunblane, in reaching the third round of this year’s Wimbledon tennis tournament; applauds him for the skill, tenacity and maturity that he displayed throughout the tournament which will stand him good stead as he goes on to represent Scotland and win major grand slam tennis tournaments in the future; is dismayed at the apparent lack of resources made available to support young sporting talent from Scotland, and urges the Scottish Executive to review the level of resources made available and how best existing resources can be used to identify, develop and support young sporting talent from Scotland to achieve its full potential.

Supported by: Alex Neil, Mr Kenny MacAskill, Rob Gibson, Fergus Ewing, Tricia Marwick, Christine Grahame, Brian Adam, Fiona Hyslop, Jim Mather, Mr John Swinney, Ms Sandra White, Mr Stewart Maxwell, Donald Gorrie, Richard Lochhead, Mrs Margaret Ewing, Roseanna Cunningham, Michael Matheson

S2M-3034 Sarah Boyack: Congratulations to Edinburgh Junior Chamber of Commerce—That the Parliament congratulates Edinburgh Junior Chamber of Commerce (EJCC) on the award of JCI Most Outstanding Local Chamber in Europe 2005 and also congratulates EJCC’s Melanie Harris for the individual award of JCI Best Local President in Europe 2004-05; commends the achievements of all Junior Chamber members and the wider JCI network in promoting a culture of social responsibility and entrepreneurship in young people; recognises the value of actively encouraging Scotland’s young people to develop themselves through involvement in community enterprise projects, and pledges support for the onward development of the JCI organisation in Scotland.

Supported by: Margaret Smith, Donald Gorrie

S2M-3033# Dennis Canavan: Andy Murray—That the Parliament congratulates Andy Murray on his magnificent performance at Wimbledon; wishes him every success in his future career, and hopes that his example will be an inspiration to many other young Scots to strive for sporting excellence.

Supported by: Donald Gorrie, Tommy Sheridan, Michael Matheson

S2M-3032 Mr Andrew Arbuckle: Keep Scotland Beautiful—That the Parliament welcomes the latest campaign by Keep Scotland Beautiful which, through adverts on the rear of buses, reminds motorists not to throw litter out of their vehicles and regrets that roadside litter, in addition to despoiling the countryside, costs the Scottish taxpayer £1 million a year in collection.

Supported by: Margaret Smith, Mike Pringle, Donald Gorrie

*S2M-3028*#* Richard Baker: Met Office, Aberdeen—That the Parliament notes with concern the Met Office’s proposal to close its Aberdeen Office and centralise forecasting services in Exeter; notes the vital contribution that the Aberdeen Office and its 37 staff make to the fishing, oil and gas industries in the north east; notes the concerns expressed by trade unions, the UK Offshore Operators Association and the Scottish Fishermen’s Federation over the proposal; believes that the local knowledge and expertise that the Aberdeen Met Office staff have is invaluable; *considers that* the Met Office *should* use the consultation period to reconsider the proposal, and believes that all interested parties should work together to ensure that there is no reduction in the quality of localised weather forecasting in Scotland.

Supported by: Scott Barrie, Marlyn Glen, Sarah Boyack, Mr Frank McAveety, Ms Sandra White, Shiona Baird, Mr Jim Wallace, Bill Butler, Mr David Davidson, Mr Jamie Stone, Jackie Baillie, Marilyn Livingstone, Robin Harper, Michael McMahon, Donald Gorrie, Trish Godman, Brian Adam, Maureen Macmillan, Dennis Canavan*, Eleanor Scott*

*S2M-3028.1# Nora Radcliffe: Met Office, Aberdeen—As an amendment to motion (S2M-3028) in the name of Richard Baker, insert after third "proposal" "and, in particular, whether it is sensible to be dependent on a single, highly technical centre when maintaining at least two would mean each could back the other up, thus guarding against potentially catastrophic loss of service"

Motions and amendments which have attracted additional support

S2M-3027 Fuel Poverty Schemes in Scotland (lodged on 24 June 2005) Shiona Baird*, Nora Radcliffe*, Eleanor Scott*, Patrick Harvie*, Mrs Margaret Ewing*, Rob Gibson*, Ms Sandra White*

S2M-3026 All-Write - in South Edinburgh (lodged on 23 June 2005) Dennis Canavan*

S2M-3025 Preventing Childhood Obesity (lodged on 23 June 2005) Shiona Baird*, Mrs Margaret Ewing*

S2M-3023 Obesity and Diabetes (lodged on 23 June 2005) Dennis Canavan*

S2M-3022 Dunning Summit (lodged on 23 June 2005) Dennis Canavan*

S2M-2982# Scotland Supporting the Right to Die at Home (lodged on 16 June 2005) Alasdair Morgan*

S2M-2975 Stage 3 of Major Bills (lodged on 16 June 2005) Alasdair Morgan*