Section F: Motions and Amendments

Motions and amendments are normally printed the day after they are lodged. If an amendment is lodged to a motion then the original motion will appear alongside the amendment, along with any support lodged that day, in this section.

Each Monday, this section also contains all motions and amendments lodged the previous week that are still live and any motions and amendments that have been lodged for debate in the coming week. A motion or amendment is live if it has not been debated, withdrawn or otherwise deleted from the list.

Where a motion or amendment has been withdrawn, it is indicated in this section the day after it has been withdrawn. Support for motions and amendments received after they are lodged is shown at the end of this section the day after such support is received.

Motions and amendments can be published with various symbols

  • Asterisks before the motion or amendment number indicate a motion or amendment published for the first time
  • Asterisks also identify alterations to the text of a motion or amendment made since it was first published
  • A hash symbol identifies motions eligible for debate at Members’ Business
  • A diamond symbol identifies motions lodged for Members’ Business that have not yet attracted the required cross-party support
  • An "R", identifies motions or amendments in which the Member who lodged it has a registrable interest.

The Parliamentary Bureau periodically deletes motions or amendments not scheduled for debate and which are over six weeks old.

Any questions in relation to this section should be directed to the Chamber Desk

New and altered motions and amendments

*S4M-00342 Johann Lamont: Congratulations to Pollok Children’s Centre—That the Parliament congratulates Pollok Children’s Centre on its 25th anniversary; celebrates the important work done by all those involved over the last quarter of a century in caring for and educating the many youngsters who have attended the centre; believes that the start given to these children in their pre-school years helps them immensely in achieving their potential, and confirms the importance of funding properly these centres, which provide so much to young people and their families.

*S4M-00341 Rob Gibson: Neil Gunn Prizes 2011—That the Parliament congratulates all the winners and runners-up, participants and organisers of the biennial Neil Gunn Writing Competition; notes with appreciation the strong showing from Caithness, the home county of Neil Gunn, where Sarah Sinclair of Lybster Primary School won the first prize in the primary section, with Mari-Ann Ganson, also from Lybster, taking second place and Donald Mackay of Watten winning joint first in the adult poetry section; recognises the breadth of interest in this competition, which attracted entrants from as far afield as Portugal, South Africa and Australia, showing the world impact that the writing of Caithness’s Neil Gunn has had; wishes the organisers all the best for the next competition, due to take place in 2012-13, and contends that, on this showing, creative writing in the Highlands remains strong.

*S4M-00340 Sandra White: Glasgow Mela 2011—That the Parliament welcomes the return of Glasgow’s biggest multicultural festival, the Glasgow Mela 2011, which this year celebrates its 21st anniversary and runs on 18 and 19 July; believes that this colourful celebration of multiculturalism and diversity is a great reflection of the fabric and make-up of a modern, vibrant and inclusive Glasgow, and congratulates the hard work and dedication of all those who have contributed to making the Glasgow Mela a truly stunning success.

Supported by: Bill Kidd*, Rob Gibson*, Liam McArthur*, Kevin Stewart*, Adam Ingram*, Jackie Baillie*, Fiona McLeod*, John Wilson*, Jean Urquhart*, Mike MacKenzie*, Humza Yousaf*, Anne McTaggart*, Drew Smith*

*S4M-00339 Humza Yousaf: Diabetes Live for it! Choices for Change Launch—That the Parliament commends the launch of Live for it! Choices for Change, a new programme of workshops and activities designed to help schoolchildren make healthy lifestyle choices; recognises that one in three children are overweight or obese and this not only has an impact on their health now, but can lead to further problems in later life including the development of type 2 diabetes; congratulates the organisers of Live for it!, Diabetes UK Scotland and the Edinburgh International Science Festival on what it considers such an imaginative partnership in tackling obesity and promoting healthy living; understands that Scotland has one of the highest rates of type 1 diabetes in the world and that the programme also helps to raise awareness of this type of diabetes, and welcomes the opportunity to learn more about the programme when Diabetes UK Scotland brings Live for it! to the Parliament on 29 and 30 June 2011.

*S4M-00338 Jim Hume: City Status for Dumfries—That the Parliament recognises the Queen’s diamond jubilee civic honours competition to mark Her Majesty’s 60-year reign; understands that this will take the form of a competition between competing towns to be awarded city status in 2012; further understands that 26 contenders have been submitted to receive the honour and that only one will be successful; notes that one of the contenders is Dumfries in the south of Scotland region; considers Dumfries to be an appropriate choice for city status as a market town and former royal burgh with a population significantly greater than Scotland’s newest city when such status was conferred on it in the last such competition, and wishes Dumfries success in its attempt to become Scotland’s most southern city.

Supported by: Alex Fergusson*

*S4M-00337 Marco Biagi: Edinburgh International City of Learning—That the Parliament recognises Edinburgh International City of Learning, which will unite under one banner activities carried out by Edinburgh’s universities, colleges and education authority; welcomes its promotion of projects and initiatives based around modern languages, foreign culture, the presence of international students in schools and the relationship between those involved in delivering learning and those receiving it; believes that this will help the education sector, in particular through the attractiveness of the city as a study destination, and looks forward to the opportunities available to Edinburgh through this new initiative.

*S4M-00336 Marco Biagi: Scottish Real Ale Festival—That the Parliament welcomes the Scottish Real Ale Festival to Edinburgh in Adam House on Chambers Street from 16 to 18 June 2011; believes that this is another fine event showing Edinburgh as the festival city of Scotland; understands that an impressive range of the best Scottish ales and ciders will be available and priced responsibly; congratulates the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) on its 40th anniversary, and looks forward to its continued success at promoting greater appreciation of traditional beers, ciders and perries.

Supported by: Bill Kidd*, Rob Gibson*, Liam McArthur*, Colin Keir*, Roderick Campbell*, Kevin Stewart*, Graeme Dey*, Adam Ingram*, John Lamont*, Jamie McGrigor*, Mike MacKenzie*, Stuart McMillan*, Patrick Harvie*

*S4M-00335 Stuart McMillan: Scottish Sea Kayaking, Tour of a Lifetime—That the Parliament welcomes the decision by National Geographic Traveller to include a 300-mile sea kayaking expedition along Scotland’s west coast as the only entry from the United Kingdom in its 50 Tours of a Lifetime list; further notes that this was one of only 11 entries from Europe; acknowledges that the decision to include the Wilderness Scotland trip in the list places it alongside trekking in Tibet and rafting in the Grand Canyon; notes that the route takes in part of the Scottish Sea Kayak Trail from Loch Linnhe to the Sound of Arisaig; considers that its inclusion on the list acknowledges the rich sea kayaking sector celebrated in Scotland, and hopes that it gives the marine tourism industry a boost from overseas visitors as well as increasing local interest.

Supported by: Bill Kidd*, Sandra White*, Rob Gibson*, Kevin Stewart*, Adam Ingram*, Derek Mackay*, Fiona McLeod*, Margaret Mitchell*, Jim Hume*, Jean Urquhart*, Jamie McGrigor*, Mike MacKenzie*, Humza Yousaf*

*S4M-00334 Humza Yousaf: Lourdes Secondary Wins Eco-Schools Prize—That the Parliament congratulates Lourdes Secondary in Glasgow for winning the Eco-Schools Secondary prize of £500; notes that the prize was awarded at the Junior Saltire Prize/Green Energy Awards 2011 recognising outstanding whole-school project work specifically relating to the Eco-Schools energy topic, and believes that, by enthusing schools and pupils to take an active role in saving the planet, there will be a greener future for all.

Supported by: Bill Kidd*, Sandra White*, Colin Keir*, Kevin Stewart*, Mike MacKenzie*, Bob Doris*, Anne McTaggart*, Drew Smith*

*S4M-00333 Neil Findlay: West Lothian Gala Days—That the Parliament considers that gala days play a valuable and important role in communities across West Lothian and appreciates their contribution to social cohesion in the villages and towns of West Lothian; commends the hard work and commitment of all the gala committees; notes with concern the proposal by West Lothian Council to withdraw financial and practical support for gala days from 2013-14, and questions whether the proposal to reduce funding will ensure that there is no reduction in service to gala days.

Supported by: John Pentland*, James Kelly*, Jackie Baillie*, Margaret McCulloch*, Kezia Dugdale*, Drew Smith*

*S4M-00332 Kenneth Gibson: The Scottish Independent Advocacy Alliance—That the Parliament recognises the work of the Scottish Independent Advocacy Alliance; notes the importance of its hard work in enabling people with individual needs to live independent and healthier lives by helping to provide a strong and active voice for them; further recognises the research that is carried out by the alliance; considers that there is a need for further research in this area, and further considers that there is a need to work to ensure that there is greater availability of advocacy groups for people with individual needs in order to live more full and independent lives.

*S4M-00331 Maureen Watt: Forty Years of Scottish Salmon Farming—That the Parliament welcomes the 40th anniversary of the farmed salmon sector in Scotland; notes that production of farmed salmon has risen from 14 tonnes in 1971 to 144,000 tonnes today; applauds plans to increase this level to 220,000 tonnes by 2020; welcomes the fact that farmed salmon represents 40% of Scotland’s food exports and is worth £412 million per year; believes that this success is in large part due to the importance that the sector in Scotland places on quality and the health of its product; recognises the important role that the farmed salmon sector plays in the economy of much of rural Scotland, and wishes the farmed salmon industry every success over the next 40 years.

*S4M-00330 Roderick Campbell: Crail Food Festival—That the Parliament welcomes the inaugural Crail Food Festival, which is scheduled to run from 17 to 19 June 2011; considers that the festival will focus on the finest local and regional produce, speciality foods and culinary delights of the area; believes that the event will play a valuable role in highlighting the Royal Burgh of Crail and the Kingdom of Fife as a food tourism destination; congratulates all of those involved in the conception and organisation of the first–ever Crail Food Festival, and encourages people from the east of Scotland and beyond not to miss out on what it considers promises to be a fantastic celebration of Scottish food and drink.

Supported by: Bill Kidd*, Rob Gibson*, Colin Beattie*, David Torrance*, Kevin Stewart*, Graeme Dey*, Adam Ingram*, John Lamont*, Kenneth Gibson*, Jackie Baillie*, Joan McAlpine*, Jean Urquhart*, Jamie McGrigor*, Mike MacKenzie*, Richard Simpson*, Murdo Fraser*, Liz Smith*

*S4M-00329 Elaine Smith: Global Schools Programme—That the Parliament welcomes the contribution of the British Council’s global schools programme to schools in Coatbridge and Chryston; recognises that Chryston High School, Coatbridge High School, St Ambrose High School and St Andrew’s High School have received language assistants from Europe; notes that a partnership was established between St Mary’s Primary School in Whifflet with a school in Malawi and that links between Coatbridge College and various European countries have been established through the Erasmus scheme; considers these programmes to be an important way of establishing links with countries throughout the world, and believes that, through such partnerships, the British Council is ensuring that Scottish pupils have a truly international outlook.

Supported by: Christina McKelvie*, John Pentland*, Sandra White*, Patricia Ferguson*, Richard Lyle*, Margaret McCulloch*, Neil Findlay*, Joan McAlpine*, Paul Wheelhouse*, Jamie McGrigor*, Mike MacKenzie*, Margaret McDougall*, Hanzala Malik*

*S4M-00328 Richard Simpson: Kinship Carers—That the Parliament welcomes the publication of Spotlight on Kinship Care, by the children’s charity, Buttle UK, and the University of Bristol; understands that this is the first study to quantify the number of children being looked after by a relative in the United Kingdom; considers that, by looking at this analysis, which is based on census data from 2001, when 2011 census data become available in 2013, policymakers will, for the first time, be able to measure growth in informal and formal kinship care and any changing patterns that have emerged; understands that the Parliament’s reports on kinship care were not informed by these figures so kinship policy was created without this information; further understands that, even in 2001, the number of children in kinship care was much greater than Scottish Government estimates and that while many kinship families were poor, those in Scotland were the poorest; considers that this analysis shines a light for the first time on what is considered an invisible section of people who play a critical role in child protection and raising a generation of children with little support, financial or otherwise; considers that this study shows for the first time the level of poverty and disadvantage in kinship families; believes that the number of children affected will be significantly higher partly due to increasing levels of problem parental drug and alcohol abuse and legislation that encourages the placement of children with relatives; considers that society should be grateful to these carers, and congratulates Buttle UK and the University of Bristol for helping to highlight informal kinship carers as a specific group that should inform future policymaking.

Supported by: John Pentland*, Tavish Scott*, Jackie Baillie*, Siobhan McMahon*, Margaret McCulloch*, Margaret McDougall*, Anne McTaggart*, Richard Simpson*, John Park*, Nanette Milne*

*S4M-00327 John Mason: A United Approach to Tackling Child Poverty—That the Parliament believes that no child in Scotland should be born without a chance; recognises that child poverty represents what it considers to be a major barrier to around 200,000 children in Scotland from fulfilling their potential; believes that poverty can kill childhood and that the existence of child poverty in a rich country such as Scotland is morally wrong; further understands that child poverty harms the social and economic fabric of the nation; reaffirms the commitments set out in the Child Poverty Act 2010 of eradicating child poverty by 2020 and to tackle socioeconomic disadvantage in Scotland; commends the efforts of Save the Children in Scotland to raise awareness of child poverty and to tackle its root causes; welcomes the child poverty strategy and considers this to be as an important step in prioritising action; further recognises that the strategy must be backed with adequate resources and political will if it is to be successful; believes that ending child poverty must be a priority for this parliamentary session, and calls on all parties to work together, and in partnership with wider Scottish civil society, to banish child poverty from this country once and for all.

Supported by: Christina McKelvie*, Bill Kidd*, Sandra White*, Liam McArthur*, Colin Beattie*, Kevin Stewart*, Maureen Watt*, Graeme Dey*, Adam Ingram*, Margaret Burgess*, Jackie Baillie*, Derek Mackay*, Richard Lyle*, Jean Urquhart*, John Finnie*, Mike MacKenzie*, Humza Yousaf*

S4M-00324 – Withdrawn

*S4M-00315.1 Alex Fergusson: Protecting the Wages of Agricultural Workers—As an amendment to motion S4M-00315 in the name of Kenneth Gibson (Protecting the Wages of Agricultural Workers), leave out from "calls" to end and insert "that the agricultural sector is unique in having to contend with the additional layer of employment regulation imposed by the board; recognises the need for appropriate pay and conditions in the sector but considers that such regulation is wholly unnecessary in light of the existing minimum wage; further considers that the existence of the board is in fact serving to undermine the competitiveness of agriculture in Scotland and therefore its ability to generate jobs compared to elsewhere in the United Kingdom, and calls on the Scottish Government to abolish the Scottish Agricultural Wages Board."

Motions and amendments which have attracted additional support

S4M-00325 North Lanarkshire Council Surplus (lodged on 15 June 2011) Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-00324 Children’s Laureate (lodged on 15 June 2011) Jamie Hepburn*, Bill Kidd*, Sandra White*, Patricia Ferguson*, Rob Gibson*, Dave Thompson*, Marco Biagi*, Jim Eadie*, Colin Keir*, Colin Beattie*, David Torrance*, Roderick Campbell*, Kevin Stewart*, Kenneth Gibson*, Jackie Baillie*, Derek Mackay*, Chic Brodie*, Paul Wheelhouse*, Jamie McGrigor*, Mike MacKenzie*, Stewart Maxwell*, Humza Yousaf*

S4M-00323 Camanachd Cearcall Lannraig A’tuath Four Years on (lodged on 15 June 2011) Elaine Smith*, Jamie Hepburn*, Bill Kidd*, Rob Gibson*, Colin Beattie*, Kenneth Gibson*, Richard Lyle*, Jamie McGrigor*, Mike MacKenzie*, Stuart McMillan*, Bob Doris*, Humza Yousaf*

S4M-00322 Early Detection of Breast Cancer (lodged on 15 June 2011) Jamie Hepburn*, Bill Kidd*, Marco Biagi*, Malcolm Chisholm*, Colin Keir*, Kevin Stewart*, Joe FitzPatrick*, Adam Ingram*, Gil Paterson*, Jackie Baillie*, Ken Macintosh*, Derek Mackay*, Jean Urquhart*, Mary Scanlon*, Mike MacKenzie*, Margaret McDougall*, Patrick Harvie*, Humza Yousaf*, Richard Simpson*, Annabelle Ewing*

S4M-00321 Who am I? Resources Launch (lodged on 15 June 2011) Jamie Hepburn*

S4M-00320 Recognising the Scotch Whisky Industry (lodged on 15 June 2011) Jamie Hepburn*, John Lamont*, Gil Paterson*, Jackie Baillie*, Mike MacKenzie*, Jackson Carlaw*

S4M-00318 Honour for Clydeside Action on Asbestos (lodged on 15 June 2011) Jamie Hepburn*, Bill Kidd*, Sandra White*, Rob Gibson*, Marco Biagi*, Colin Beattie*, Joe FitzPatrick*, Kenneth Gibson*, Ken Macintosh*, Derek Mackay*, Fiona McLeod*, Chic Brodie*, Joan McAlpine*, Jamie McGrigor*, Mike MacKenzie*, Stewart Maxwell*, Margaret McDougall*, Bob Doris*, Humza Yousaf*, Ruth Davidson*, Richard Simpson*, Annabelle Ewing*, Mark McDonald*

S4M-00317 The Historic Linlithgow Marches (lodged on 15 June 2011) Elaine Smith*, Jamie Hepburn*, Bill Kidd*, Sandra White*, Patricia Ferguson*, Roderick Campbell*, John Lamont*, Kenneth Gibson*, Jackie Baillie*, Margaret McCulloch*, Sarah Boyack*, Chic Brodie*, Jamie McGrigor*, David Stewart*, Mike MacKenzie*, Drew Smith*

S4M-00316 Syria’s Assault on Innocent Civilians (lodged on 15 June 2011) Jamie Hepburn*, Bill Kidd*

S4M-00315 Protecting the Wages of Agricultural Workers (lodged on 15 June 2011) Jamie Hepburn*, Christina McKelvie*, Bill Kidd*, David Torrance*, Roderick Campbell*, Adam Ingram*, Richard Lyle*, Neil Findlay*, Chic Brodie*, Joan McAlpine*, Jean Urquhart*, John Finnie*, Mike MacKenzie*, Mark McDonald*

S4M-00314 Congratulations to Celebrate Aberdeen (lodged on 15 June 2011) Jamie Hepburn*, Gil Paterson*

S4M-00313 Support the Votes at 16 Coalition (lodged on 15 June 2011) Jamie Hepburn*, Joe FitzPatrick*, Willie Coffey*, Gil Paterson*, Aileen McLeod*

S4M-00312 Schools Stay Open in Argyll and Bute (lodged on 15 June 2011) Ken Macintosh*, Margaret McCulloch*, Sarah Boyack*, Jamie McGrigor*, Mary Fee*

S4M-00311 British Council Scotland (lodged on 15 June 2011) Ken Macintosh*, Margaret McCulloch*, Sarah Boyack*, Margaret McDougall*

S4M-00309 Congratulations to Volunteer Centre Moray (lodged on 15 June 2011) Jamie Hepburn*, Jackie Baillie*

S4M-00307 The Importance of Building Affordable Housing throughout Scotland in a Meaningful and Sustainable Manner (lodged on 15 June 2011) John Pentland*, James Kelly*, Elaine Murray*, Jackie Baillie*, Margaret McCulloch*, Margaret McDougall*, Hanzala Malik*, Richard Simpson*

S4M-00304 Supporting Action on Depression Week (lodged on 14 June 2011) Gil Paterson*, Annabel Goldie*

S4M-00299 Scottish History in the Making (lodged on 14 June 2011) Christine Grahame*, Richard Simpson*

S4M-00298 Museum of World Rugby (lodged on 14 June 2011) Richard Simpson*

S4M-00297 Europe Abandoning Nuclear Power (lodged on 14 June 2011) Christine Grahame*, Gil Paterson*

S4M-00296 Congratulations to Craignish Primary School on its 150th Anniversary (lodged on 14 June 2011) Gil Paterson*

S4M-00295 Congratulations to 2011 Crown Estate Scottish Marine Aquaculture Award Winners (lodged on 14 June 2011) Gil Paterson*

S4M-00294 Kilsyth Civic Week (lodged on 14 June 2011) Bill Kidd*, Jim Eadie*, Colin Keir*, Adam Ingram*, John Lamont*, John Wilson*, Margaret Mitchell*, Paul Wheelhouse*, Jamie McGrigor*, Mike MacKenzie*, Humza Yousaf*, Annabelle Ewing*

S4M-00293 Condorrat Memorial Wall (lodged on 14 June 2011) Bill Kidd*, Jim Eadie*, Kevin Stewart*, Adam Ingram*, Gil Paterson*, George Adam*, Derek Mackay*, John Wilson*, Mike MacKenzie*, Humza Yousaf*, Annabelle Ewing*

S4M-00292 40th Anniversary of Greenfaulds High School (lodged on 14 June 2011) Bill Kidd*, Gil Paterson*, Margaret Mitchell*, Mike MacKenzie*, Humza Yousaf*, Annabelle Ewing*

S4M-00289 Paisley Playwright and Carer Conveys Family Life and Autism (lodged on 13 June 2011) Joe FitzPatrick*, Gil Paterson*, Bob Doris*

S4M-00287 New Scottish School of Public Health Research to Investigate Scotland’s Health Issues (lodged on 13 June 2011) Willie Coffey*, Gil Paterson*, Richard Simpson*, Nanette Milne*

S4M-00286 RSPB Tracks Scotland’s Ocean Wanderers (lodged on 13 June 2011) Gil Paterson*

S4M-00285 Cheers to Local Pub (lodged on 13 June 2011) Gil Paterson*

S4M-00284 Heart Disease in Scotland (lodged on 13 June 2011) Gil Paterson*

S4M-00283 Top Muscular Dystrophy Campaigner (lodged on 13 June 2011) Gil Paterson*

S4M-00282 Consider Yourself Entertained (lodged on 13 June 2011) Gil Paterson*

S4M-00279 Upper Clyde Shipbuilders (lodged on 13 June 2011) Gil Paterson*

S4M-00277 Edinburgh Fringe, a Scottish Success (lodged on 13 June 2011) Gil Paterson*

S4M-00275 Opposition to Leith Biomass Plant (lodged on 10 June 2011) Adam Ingram*

S4M-00273 The St Mungo Heritage Trail (lodged on 10 June 2011) Gil Paterson*

S4M-00272 National Galleries of Scotland Art Competition for Schools (lodged on 10 June 2011) Ken Macintosh*

S4M-00271 Julia Donaldson Elected Children’s Laureate (lodged on 10 June 2011) Ken Macintosh*

S4M-00270 Kids Go Free on Glasgow Subway (lodged on 09 June 2011) Adam Ingram*

S4M-00269 Parentline Scotland Extended Service (lodged on 09 June 2011) Adam Ingram*, Fiona McLeod*

S4M-00267 Primary Seven Pupils at St Philomena’s Primary School in Provanmill, Business Breakfast (lodged on 09 June 2011) Maureen Watt*

S4M-00266 University of St Andrews, Soaring to the Clouds (lodged on 09 June 2011) Adam Ingram*

S4M-00265 Congratulations to Robert Gordon’s College (lodged on 09 June 2011) Adam Ingram*

S4M-00263 The Tall Ships Races 2011 (lodged on 09 June 2011) Adam Ingram*

S4M-00262 Concern over Job Losses at the Daily Record and Sunday Mail (lodged on 09 June 2011) Adam Ingram*

S4M-00259 South Lanarkshire’s Young Volunteer of the Year (lodged on 09 June 2011) Christina McKelvie*, Bill Kidd*, Sandra White*, Rob Gibson*, Colin Beattie*, Kevin Stewart*, Maureen Watt*, Adam Ingram*, Kenneth Gibson*, Fiona McLeod*, Richard Lyle*, Siobhan McMahon*, Jean Urquhart*, Jamie McGrigor*, Mike MacKenzie*, Humza Yousaf*, Anne McTaggart*

S4M-00258 Bo’ness United Makes History (lodged on 09 June 2011) Adam Ingram*

S4M-00257 Blackburn Gala Day (lodged on 09 June 2011) Adam Ingram*

S4M-00254 Promoting Small and Local Businesses in the Procurement Process (lodged on 08 June 2011) Adam Ingram*

S4M-00253 Preservation of Former Clerk Street Odeon (lodged on 08 June 2011) Adam Ingram*

S4M-00252 Former Paisley-Mill Worker’s Son Raises Awareness of People with Dementia and their Carers (lodged on 08 June 2011) Adam Ingram*, Margaret McDougall*

S4M-00247 Eye Health Week (lodged on 08 June 2011) Adam Ingram*

S4M-00246 TOTAL School Green Award for Luss Primary (lodged on 08 June 2011) Adam Ingram*

S4M-00245 Banner Residents Association Fun/Fundraising Event (lodged on 08 June 2011) Adam Ingram*

S4M-00244 Carers Week 2011 (lodged on 08 June 2011) John Finnie*

S4M-00243 Save our Subjects Demonstration (lodged on 08 June 2011) Margaret McCulloch*

S4M-00242 Seafarers Awareness Week (lodged on 08 June 2011) Adam Ingram*

S4M-00241 Diabetes Week 2011 (lodged on 08 June 2011) Adam Ingram*

S4M-00240 Clydebank FC, On the Up (lodged on 08 June 2011) Adam Ingram*

S4M-00239 Congratulations to the Help Ayley and Chloe Walk Campaign (lodged on 08 June 2011) Adam Ingram*

S4M-00238 WRVS Community Service in Lesmahagow (lodged on 08 June 2011) Adam Ingram*

S4M-00237 World Oceans Day 2011 (lodged on 08 June 2011) Adam Ingram*

S4M-00236 Student Clean-up (lodged on 08 June 2011) Adam Ingram*

S4M-00231 Award for Kilwinning Main Street (lodged on 07 June 2011) Adam Ingram*

S4M-00230 Congratulations to Kilwinning Segdoune Carnival (lodged on 07 June 2011) Adam Ingram*

S4M-00229 Living Legend Lollipop Man Retires (lodged on 07 June 2011) Adam Ingram*

S4M-00228 Apprentice of the Year at Clydebank College (lodged on 07 June 2011) Adam Ingram*

S4M-00227 Emergency Lifesaving and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Training in Schools (lodged on 07 June 2011) Adam Ingram*, Derek Mackay*, Margaret McCulloch*

S4M-00226 Fairtrade in Renfrew (lodged on 07 June 2011) Adam Ingram*

S4M-00225 Bee’s Knees Awards 2011 (lodged on 07 June 2011) Adam Ingram*

S4M-00224 Wemyss Bay Gala (lodged on 07 June 2011) Adam Ingram*

S4M-00223 Official Opening of Townhill Primary School, Hamilton (lodged on 07 June 2011) Adam Ingram*

S4M-00222 Edinburgh’s Festival of Sport (lodged on 07 June 2011) Adam Ingram*

S4M-00221 SAMH’s Redhall Walled Garden Project – Award Winning Work (lodged on 07 June 2011) Adam Ingram*, Fiona McLeod*

S4M-00219 Action Mesothelioma Day 2011 (lodged on 07 June 2011) Adam Ingram*

S4M-00217 The Success of Prostate Cancer Awareness Month 2011 (lodged on 07 June 2011) Adam Ingram*

S4M-00216 Carers’ Contribution to Glasgow (lodged on 07 June 2011) Adam Ingram*

S4M-00215 Angus College 2011 Volunteering Awards (lodged on 06 June 2011) Adam Ingram*

S4M-00214 Amanda’s Prize Floral Tunic (lodged on 06 June 2011) Adam Ingram*

S4M-00211 Congratulations to Focus Scotland: The Magazine (lodged on 03 June 2011) Fiona McLeod*

S4M-00209 Carers Week 2011, The True Face of Carers (lodged on 03 June 2011) Fiona McLeod*

S4M-00207 Kenny Herriot and the Broad Cairn Challenge (lodged on 03 June 2011) Adam Ingram*

S4M-00205 Congratulations to Elgin Youth Café (lodged on 03 June 2011) Fiona McLeod*

S4M-00204 Centrepoint, Gowkthrapple (lodged on 03 June 2011) Adam Ingram*

S4M-00202 Recognising Young Carers (lodged on 02 June 2011) Adam Ingram*

S4M-00201 State Street Expands in Edinburgh (lodged on 02 June 2011) Adam Ingram*

S4M-00166 Renfrewshire South, Big Lottery Fund (lodged on 31 May 2011) Adam Ingram*

S4M-00159 Recognition for Scotland’s Emerging African and Caribbean Communities (lodged on 31 May 2011) Adam Ingram*

S4M-00147 Arran Folk Festival (lodged on ) Adam Ingram*

S4M-00135 Swiss Stance on Nuclear Power Plants (lodged on 26 May 2011) Sandra White*

S4M-00134 Congratulations to Ayrshire Division of Strathclyde Police (lodged on 26 May 2011) Sandra White*

S4M-00133 Big Lottery Boosts Shinty Festival (lodged on 26 May 2011) Adam Ingram*

S4M-00132 Big Lottery Supports Rugby in the Community (lodged on 26 May 2011) Sandra White*

S4M-00130 Coatbridge Schools Secure Project Funding (lodged on 26 May 2011) Adam Ingram*

S4M-00124 Big Lottery Funding for the West of Scotland (lodged on 26 May 2011) Sandra White*

S4M-00123 Funding for Clyde Valley High School (lodged on 26 May 2011) Siobhan McMahon*, Margaret McCulloch*

S4M-00119 Arran Maritime Festival (lodged on 26 May 2011) Sandra White*

S4M-00117 David MacBrayne Group Support Coastguards (lodged on 26 May 2011) Sandra White*

S4M-00115 Renewables Sector Expansion (lodged on 26 May 2011) Sandra White*

S4M-00109 Rename Glasgow Prestwick Robert Burns International Airport (lodged on 25 May 2011) Stuart McMillan*

S4M-00102 Ban on Use of Wild Animals in Circuses (lodged on 25 May 2011) Adam Ingram*

S4M-00098 Dr Garret FitzGerald (lodged on 25 May 2011) Adam Ingram*

S4M-00096 Green Investment In Edinburgh (lodged on 24 May 2011) Adam Ingram*

S4M-00082 No Necessity for a Coal-fired Power Station at Hunterston (lodged on 23 May 2011) Adam Ingram*

S4M-00075 Edinburgh Reclaim the Night (lodged on 23 May 2011) Adam Ingram*

S4M-00068 WWF, 50 Years of Conservation (lodged on 20 May 2011) Adam Ingram*

S4M-00047 Forum of Private Business’s Business Buddy Scheme (lodged on 18 May 2011) Adam Ingram*

S4M-00028 Child Poverty and The Hunter Foundation Initiative (lodged on 16 May 2011) Adam Ingram*

S4M-00024 Living Wage for Interns (lodged on 16 May 2011) Margaret McCulloch*