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 A motion or amendment is live if it has not been debated, withdrawn or otherwise deleted from the list.
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New and altered motions and amendments
*S4M-02005 Jackie Baillie: Leading Youth Charities Unite—That the Parliament welcomes the news that the Prince’s Trust and the Prince’s Scottish Youth Business Trust are joining forces to offer support to the country’s young people; notes the long history that each organisation has of supporting Scotland’s disadvantaged young people into education, training, employment and business; considers that, as youth unemployment reaches record levels in Scotland, the Scottish Government must do more to help Scotland’s young people reach their potential, and commends the Prince’s Trust and the Prince’s Scottish Youth Business Trust for their efforts in tackling what it sees as Scotland’s youth unemployment crisis.
*S4M-02003 Mary Fee: Scottish Government Must Step in to Save Erskine’s Social Enterprises—That the Parliament calls on the Scottish Government to provide financial support to Erskine, the charity for ex-service personnel, in order for the charity to restart its recently closed social enterprises and keep those that have been marked for closure; notes that Erskine Print is set to cease business and Erskine Pine, a furniture enterprise, is also expected to close; believes that these social enterprises provide valuable jobs for ex-service personnel, many of whom are disabled; calls on local authorities to act by helping Erskine with procurement, and, in remembering those who died in the service of their country, expresses its deepest gratitude to the ex-service personnel who have been injured and rely on the support of Erskine.
*S4M-02002 Alison Johnstone: Leith Biomass Plan Scrapped—That the Parliament welcomes the decision by Forth Energy to scrap plans for a biomass energy plant in the port of Leith; congratulates the local groups and campaigners who have highlighted what it considers the unsustainable nature of the proposed plant as well as concerns regarding its scale, location and impact on pollution and congestion; notes that more than 1,800 members of the public objected to the power station plan; considers that the plan to create only electricity from the plant would have been highly inefficient and that importing wood from overseas to fuel the plant would have caused unnecessary local disruption and pollution as well as contributing to international deforestation and human rights abuses in other communities; remains concerned that three Forth Energy biomass plants that it considers unsustainable are still planned at the ports of Dundee, Grangemouth and Rosyth, and urges the Scottish Government to ensure that the designated special renewable enterprise zone in Leith will bring benefits to the local community as well as a sustainable energy future.
Supported by: Malcolm Chisholm*
*S4M-02001 Kenneth Gibson: ASH Scotland—That the Parliament highlights the work of ASH Scotland in demonstrating, through recent publications, what it considers to be the need to emphasise the importance of reducing exposure to secondhand smoke and smoking in young people and the continuous detrimental impact of smoking in Scotland; understands that 24.2% of the adult population are regular smokers and acknowledges ASH Scotland’s campaigns and recommendations for reducing the prevalence of smoking; notes that these include policies such as its Refresh campaign, which is dedicated to reducing families’ exposure to secondhand smoking at home and aims to help health professionals in promoting and increasing awareness of these issues; notes that many NHS boards, including NHS Ayrshire and Arran, are engaging in the scheme; recognises the support for ASH Scotland’s campaigns from other organisations such as the British Heart Foundation (BHF); notes BHF’s research on the effect of plain packaging, which found that, based on the packet design alone, 25% of the regular smokers surveyed believed that one brand of cigarette was less harmful than another; notes that the research suggested that reducing what can be perceived as the attractiveness of tobacco products could reduce any misleading appeal of cigarettes, and understands that measures can be implemented that will significantly reduce the severity of smoking in Scotland.
*S4M-02000 Jamie Hepburn: Shell Springboard Award for Gas Sensing Solutions Ltd—That the Parliament congratulates the Cumbernauld-based company, Gas Sensing Solutions Ltd, on securing a grant of £40,000 at the recent 2012 Shell Springboard Awards, which were held in Edinburgh; understands that this was for the company’s innovative energy-saving approach to building control, including its development of what it believes is the world’s lowest power consumption CO2 sensor; understands that use of the sensor can bring major energy savings in buildings and help to increase emissions awareness in general; considers that this type of innovation is necessary for the reduction of overall carbon emissions in Scotland and for helping the country achieve its 2020 goals in this regard; considers work such as that of Gas Sensing Solutions Ltd to be of high importance in promoting Scotland as a location for businesses, and believes that the company’s research and its work with technologies that combat climate change are exemplary.
Supported by: Kevin Stewart*, David Torrance*, John Wilson*, Kenneth Gibson*
*S4M-01999♦ Sandra White: Commonwealth Week 2012—That the Parliament considers that the Commonwealth has a valuable role in strengthening relationships between nations across the world; welcomes the continued contribution of Scotland and its people to those relationships; reaffirms its support for the work of the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association (CPA); notes that the CPA Scotland Branch and the Scottish Government have, as a key focus, continued to develop relationships with Malawi; notes Scotland’s longstanding links throughout the Commonwealth; acknowledges the work of organisations such as the British Council Scotland; notes that 2012 is also the Year of Creative Scotland, and therefore commends the theme of Commonwealth Day this year, Connecting Cultures.
Supported by: Annabelle Ewing*, Aileen McLeod*, John Wilson*, Stewart Maxwell*, Murdo Fraser*, Rob Gibson*, Jamie McGrigor*, Kenneth Gibson*, Roderick Campbell*, Patricia Ferguson*, Adam Ingram*, David Stewart*, Richard Lyle*, Graeme Dey*, Bill Kidd*, Fiona McLeod*, Margaret Mitchell*, John Mason*, Mike MacKenzie*, John Lamont*, Kevin Stewart*, Tavish Scott*, Nanette Milne*, Humza Yousaf*, Jim Eadie*, Dennis Robertson*, Margaret Burgess*, Hugh Henry*, David Torrance*, Liam McArthur*
*S4M-01998 David Torrance: Grant for Fife Diet’s The Seed Truck Project—That the Parliament congratulates Burntisland-based Fife Diet and WWF Scotland on receiving a £93,000 award from the People’s Postcode Lottery’s Dream Fund to create The Seed Truck; notes that this is a mobile unit that will travel Fife and the rest of Scotland to educate, inspire and motivate people to get involved with local produce by encouraging communities to grow their own food, to source it locally and by educating them on how to cook with seasonal produce; commends the project’s objective of making people aware of their region’s produce and of how to cook and eat more healthily using seasonal produce, and considers initiatives such as the People’s Postcode Lottery’s Dream Fund to be exemplary in financially supporting local projects to promote Scotland’s rural regions.
Supported by: Annabelle Ewing*, Joan McAlpine*, Rob Gibson*, Humza Yousaf*, John Wilson*, Adam Ingram*, Mike MacKenzie*, Roderick Campbell*, Margaret Burgess*
*S4M-01997 Mike MacKenzie: Funding for Transport Network—That the Parliament welcomes the £72 million funding for Scotland’s transport network announced by the Cabinet Secretary for Finance, Employment and Sustainable Growth, John Swinney; understands that the £72 million funding will be in addition to £13 million investment in sustainable and active travel all over Scotland, and will include over £12 million funding for Highland road projects, and, in particular, notes the £2 million investment in the A82 design at Loch Lomond and the £1 million investment in the A83 at Rest and Be Thankful, which it believes are important routes in connecting the Highlands and Islands communities with the central belt.
Supported by: Annabelle Ewing*, Rob Gibson*, Sandra White*, Kevin Stewart*, Chic Brodie*, Dennis Robertson*, Stuart McMillan*, Bill Kidd*, Humza Yousaf*, David Torrance*, Kenneth Gibson*, Richard Lyle*, Adam Ingram*
*S4M-01996 Michael McMahon: 25th Anniversary of the Caterpillar Sit-in—That the Parliament commemorates the 25th anniversary of the workers’ occupation of the former Caterpillar plant in Tannochside in Uddingston; notes that, on 14 January 1987, Caterpillar (UK) Ltd announced its intention to close its plant at Uddingston and that the shop stewards at the plant immediately announced their decision to occupy the plant in protest and formed a Joint Occupation Committee; notes that the occupation lasted 103 days before work resumed on 27 April 1987 when a closure agreement was finally reached; congratulates the shop stewards and workforce for following the example of the Upper Clyde Shipbuilders in the 1970s; recognises the support given to the Caterpillar workers by the wider trade union movement, the local community, the people of Lanarkshire, of Scotland and beyond in their attempt to save the factory not only for their own jobs but for future generations, and regrets that the plant finally closed later in 1987 with the loss of over 600 jobs.
Supported by: Drew Smith*, Kevin Stewart*, Mary Fee*, Bill Kidd*, Graeme Dey*, Sandra White*, Hugh Henry*, Patricia Ferguson*, Anne McTaggart*, Jackie Baillie*, John Wilson*, Sarah Boyack*, Neil Bibby*, Richard Lyle*, James Kelly*, Hanzala Malik*, Kenneth Gibson*
*S4M-01995 Stuart McMillan: Eating Disorders Awareness Week—That the Parliament welcomes the call to action by the eating disorder charity, Beat, during Eating Disorders Awareness Week, from 20 to 26 February 2012, asking people to speak up about eating disorders; notes that more than half of the people that Beat spoke to said that they did not tell anyone about their eating disorder because they did not know how to talk about it; acknowledges the importance of breaking the silence early so that people with eating disorders receive the treatment that they need and, when they do find the courage to confide in someone, they feel understood and supported, and therefore encourages people who feel that they may have an eating disorder to visit www.b-eat.co.uk or contact the helpline on 0845 634 1414.
Supported by: Margaret Burgess*, Kenneth Gibson*, Bob Doris*, Liam McArthur*, Bill Kidd*, Adam Ingram*, Jackie Baillie*, Annabelle Ewing*, Nanette Milne*, James Dornan*, Jamie McGrigor*, Richard Lyle*, Fiona McLeod*, Maureen Watt*, Kevin Stewart*, Mike MacKenzie*, Humza Yousaf*, Jim Eadie*, David Torrance*
*S4M-01994 Jamie McGrigor: Congratulations to Scottish Countryside Alliance Awards 2011—That the Parliament congratulates the winners of the Scottish Countryside Alliance Awards 2011; notes that the winners were Cairn O’Mohr Fruit Wines, for the best local food, Kirkmichael Village Shop, for the best village shop/post office, Charles MacLeod Ltd of Stornoway, for best butcher, and Cairnie Fruit Farm, for best rural enterprise; further notes that the awards were presented at a ceremony held in the Parliament on 8 February 2012; believes that Charles MacLeod Ltd’s award is a further deserved recognition for the company, which is a producer of what it considers to be the world-famous Stornoway black pudding; also commends all the finalists, including Ardfern Village Store; praises the Scottish Countryside Alliance for organising what are seen as the annual Rural Oscars; considers that the awards are an excellent way of showcasing some of the best of Scotland’s diverse and world-class rural businesses, and wishes every success to all the finalists who will now go on to represent Scotland in a competition against other finalists from England, Wales and Ireland at the Countryside Alliance Awards, which will take place in March.
Supported by: Nanette Milne*, John Lamont*, Margaret Mitchell*, Roderick Campbell*, Murdo Fraser*, Angus MacDonald*, Jim Hume*, Richard Lyle*, Fiona McLeod*, Kevin Stewart*, Mike MacKenzie*, Dennis Robertson*, David Torrance*, Alex Fergusson*
*S4M-01993 Mary Fee: Scottish Government Must Follow UK Government on High Street Fund—That the Parliament notes that the UK Government is providing a £1 million fund to help revive 12 struggling high streets across England; is concerned that 15% of Scottish high street premises are vacant and in Paisley the number is 1 in 4, and calls on the Scottish Government to provide a similar pilot scheme for Scottish high streets.
Supported by: Elaine Smith*, Richard Simpson*, Neil Bibby*, Margaret McCulloch*, Anne McTaggart*, Jackie Baillie*
S4M-01984 Neil Bibby: Support for Paisley Town Centre—That the Parliament notes with concern figures published by the Local Data Company in its End of Year Vacancy Report 2011, in particular figures that show almost 24% of retail units in Paisley town centre are vacant; notes that this figure is well above Scotland’s average rate of 15.4%; acknowledges the hard work and dedication of existing traders and shop staff in Paisley town centre who sell high quality goods and services all year round; believes that urgent action and a new approach from both Renfrewshire Council and the Scottish Government is required to support Paisley town centre due to what it considers the obvious failure of current policies, and calls on the Scottish Government to provide investment and support that can create long-term economic development for town centres such as Paisley.
Supported by: Mary Fee, Jackson Carlaw, John Pentland*, Patricia Ferguson*, Jackie Baillie*, Dave Thompson*, Hugh Henry*, Anne McTaggart*, Margaret McCulloch*, Hanzala Malik*
*S4M-01984.1 George Adam: Support for Paisley Town Centre—As an amendment to motion S4M-01984 in the name of Neil Bibby (Support for Paisley Town Centre), leave out from "notes with concern" to end and insert "considers that Renfrewshire Council has worked tirelessly to fill vacant shops and outlets in Paisley town centre and has worked in conjunction with the Renfrewshire Chamber of Commerce and the Paisley Vision Board to promote and bring business to Paisley; welcomes the comments in the Paisley Daily Express from the Renfrewshire Chamber of Commerce that a major coffee chain is interested in coming to Paisley; welcomes news that the former Littlewoods store has the potential to be filled in the near future, which it hopes should encourage other companies to come to Paisley, especially noting the success of the Marks and Spencer’s outlet store; acknowledges the new homes that are being built on the site of the old council building and the new University of the West of Scotland student accommodation that is being built in the centre of the town and believes that this will bring many more people into the town centre; commends the current retailers and businesses for operating in Paisley and showing their support for what it considers this great town; congratulates Renfrewshire Council for hosting numerous major events such as the Paisley Pipe Band Championship, Scottish Cycling Circuit Race, the Christmas light switch-on, which attracted 37,500 people to the centre of Paisley, and the Weaving Musical Threads Festival to be held on 3 and 4 March, and notes that Paisley has been named as the official host town for the Royal National Mod 2013."
Supported by: Colin Beattie*, Fiona McLeod*, Margaret Burgess*, Annabelle Ewing*, Mike MacKenzie*, Sandra White*, Rob Gibson*, Adam Ingram*, Stuart McMillan*, Jim Eadie*, David Torrance*, Kevin Stewart*
S4M-01956 Stuart McMillan: Congratulations to Greenock-born Lawrence Tynes—That the Parliament congratulates Greenock-born Lawrence Tynes, kicker for the New York Giants, on winning America’s National Football League Super Bowl for a second time; notes that he first helped the New York Giants to Super Bowl success in 2008 and was the first Scottish-born player to win the competition, and further notes that Lawrence contributed with a touchdown conversion and two field goals as his team triumphed 21-17 against the New England Patriots.
Supported by: Kevin Stewart, Neil Bibby, Nanette Milne, Mark McDonald, Liam McArthur, Margaret Burgess, John Mason, Mike MacKenzie, Jamie McGrigor, Dennis Robertson, Humza Yousaf, Bob Doris, Adam Ingram, Richard Lyle, David Torrance, Bill Kidd, Roderick Campbell, Colin Beattie, Jean Urquhart, George Adam, Annabelle Ewing, Jamie Hepburn, Joan McAlpine, James Dornan, Jim Eadie*
*S4M-01956.1 Alex Fergusson: Congratulations to Greenock-born Lawrence Tynes—As an amendment to motion S4M-01956 in the name of Stuart McMillan (Congratulations to Greenock-born Lawrence Tynes), insert at end "and further notes that he was selected as Grand Marshal of the Tartan Day Parade on 6th Avenue, New York, in 2008, at which he was accompanied by the Parliament’s cross-party delegation to Scotland Week and was presented with a sporran crafted from an American football as a unique symbol of the enduring friendship between Scotland and the United States of America."
Motions and amendments which have attracted additional support
S4M-01992 Dingwall Pupils Take Part in Sign2Sing (lodged on 08 February 2012) Bill Kidd*, Patricia Ferguson*, James Dornan*, Elaine Smith*, Dennis Robertson*, Joan McAlpine*, Mike MacKenzie*, Annabelle Ewing*, Colin Beattie*, Margaret Burgess*, Sandra White*, Fiona McLeod*, Kenneth Gibson*, Jamie Hepburn*, Bob Doris*, Adam Ingram*, Rob Gibson*, Jamie McGrigor*, Richard Lyle*, Kevin Stewart*, David Torrance*
S4M-01990 Queens Jubilee (lodged on 08 February 2012) Mike MacKenzie*, Jackson Carlaw*, Alex Fergusson*, Mary Scanlon*, David Torrance*, Margaret Mitchell*
S4M-01989 Professor Peter Bruce Energy Achievement (lodged on 08 February 2012) Jamie Hepburn*
S4M-01988 End the Blockade (lodged on 08 February 2012) Mike MacKenzie*, Richard Lyle*, Elaine Smith*, Jackie Baillie*, Jamie Hepburn*, Elaine Murray*, John Finnie, Bob Doris*
S4M-01987 Congratulations to Ronnie Smith and Larry Flanagan (lodged on 08 February 2012) Malcolm Chisholm*, Neil Bibby*, Dave Thompson*, Richard Lyle*, Jackie Baillie*, Jamie Hepburn*, Elaine Murray*, Annabelle Ewing*, Elaine Smith*, Bob Doris*
S4M-01986 Burns Club Success for Calderwood Primary School (lodged on 08 February 2012) Jamie Hepburn*
S4M-01985 Congratulating Glasgow’s Big Lottery Fund Beneficiaries (lodged on 08 February 2012) Mike MacKenzie*, Colin Beattie*, Humza Yousaf*, Kenneth Gibson*, Margaret Burgess*, Richard Lyle*, Jamie Hepburn*, Jim Eadie*, David Torrance*
S4M-01983 Scotch Whisky Association Report, The Jobs...The People (lodged on 08 February 2012) Mike MacKenzie*, Jamie Hepburn*, Jackie Baillie*, Jim Eadie*
S4M-01982 Save Gadburn School (lodged on 08 February 2012) Mike MacKenzie*, Jamie Hepburn*
S4M-01981 Employability Week for University of Strathclyde Students’ Association (lodged on 08 February 2012) Jamie Hepburn*
S4M-01977 Renfrewshire Weaving Musical Threads Festival (lodged on 07 February 2012) Annabel Goldie*, Joe FitzPatrick*
S4M-01974 Rona Wilkie, Young Traditional Musician of the Year (lodged on 07 February 2012) Linda Fabiani*, Jim Eadie*
S4M-01973 Awards for All Grant for Dunoon and Cowal Youth Project Users Group (lodged on 07 February 2012) Jim Eadie*
S4M-01971 Congratulations to Rona Wilkie (lodged on 07 February 2012) Linda Fabiani*, Jim Eadie*
S4M-01968 The 60th Anniversary of the Accession of Her Majesty The Queen (lodged on 07 February 2012) Jim Hume*
S4M-01967 Remade in Edinburgh (lodged on 07 February 2012) Elaine Murray*
S4M-01966 Digital Highland Award (lodged on 07 February 2012) Jim Eadie*, Hanzala Malik*, Kenneth Gibson*
S4M-01959 Healthy Working Lives Top Awards for Renfrewshire Council (lodged on 06 February 2012) Annabel Goldie*, Jim Eadie*
S4M-01958 Triumph in Qatar for Paul Lawrie (lodged on 06 February 2012) Linda Fabiani*, Jim Eadie*
S4M-01957 Detention without Trial of Aziz Duwaik, Speaker of the Palestinian Legislative Council (lodged on 07 February 2012) Richard Simpson*, Linda Fabiani*, Jim Eadie*
S4M-01955 Creative Artistic Residency North Lanarkshire Council (lodged on 06 February 2012) Elaine Smith*
S4M-01953 Women of Leningrad (lodged on 06 February 2012) John Pentland*, Elaine Murray*, Jim Hume*
S4M-01952 Clydebank Schools Raise the Flag for the Environment (lodged on 06 February 2012) Jim Eadie*
S4M-01950 Milestone for Gowdie Club (lodged on 06 February 2012) Jim Eadie*
S4M-01949 Bo’ness Hippodrome, An Escape from Reality (lodged on 06 February 2012) Jim Eadie*
S4M-01948 Central Scotland Road Safety Partnership’s Safe Drive Stay Alive Initiative (lodged on 06 February 2012) Richard Simpson*, Jim Eadie*
S4M-01946.1 Fair Employment (lodged on 08 February 2012) Mike MacKenzie*, David Torrance*, Maureen Watt*, Fiona McLeod*, Roderick Campbell*, Kevin Stewart*, Margaret Burgess*, Colin Beattie*, Humza Yousaf*, Annabelle Ewing*, Richard Lyle*, Christina McKelvie*, Christine Grahame*, Rob Gibson*, Kenneth Gibson*, Jamie Hepburn*, Bob Doris*
S4M-01945 Housing Associations (lodged on 06 February 2012) Richard Simpson*
S4M-01943 Trad Trails 2012 (lodged on 06 February 2012) Jim Eadie*
S4M-01942 Zero Waste with Coca-Cola (lodged on 06 February 2012) Jim Eadie*
S4M-01939 Voluntary Action North Lanarkshire Voscars (lodged on 06 February 2012) Jim Eadie*
S4M-01938 Protect the 31 Bus Service in East Kilbride (lodged on 06 February 2012) Elaine Murray*
S4M-01937 Celebrating Fife’s Outdoor Education Centre (lodged on 06 February 2012) Richard Simpson*, Elaine Murray*, Jim Eadie*
S4M-01935 Chivas Leads the Way in Employee Care (lodged on 03 February 2012) Richard Simpson*, Annabel Goldie*
S4M-01933 Scottish Bus Drivers Help Olympics (lodged on 03 February 2012) Elaine Smith*, Mike MacKenzie*, Neil Bibby*, Richard Lyle*, Jackie Baillie*, Elaine Murray*, Kevin Stewart*, Jim Eadie*
S4M-01930 Airdrie Savings Bank (lodged on 03 February 2012) John Pentland*, Linda Fabiani*, Hugh Henry*
S4M-01928 Tobacco Display and Vending Machine Bans (lodged on 03 February 2012) John Pentland*
S4M-01925 Access for Rugby on Artificial Playing Fields (lodged on 02 February 2012) Joe FitzPatrick*
S4M-01922 Allotments Regeneration Initiative in North Ayrshire (lodged on 02 February 2012) Annabel Goldie*
S4M-01879 Vital Role of Wild Pollinators and Managed Bees (lodged on 31 January 2012) Annabel Goldie*
S4M-01874 Lab in a Lorry (lodged on 31 January 2012) Annabel Goldie*
S4M-01861.1 Narrowing the Gap between the Rich and Poor (lodged on 08 February 2012) Jackie Baillie*, Hugh Henry*, Patricia Ferguson*, Anne McTaggart*, Elaine Murray*, Neil Bibby*
S4M-01849.1 North Lanarkshire Housing Programme (lodged on 03 February 2012) Jim Eadie*
S4M-01847 Insulin Pump Therapy (lodged on 26 January 2012) Annabel Goldie*
S4M-01834 Galloway to the Fore in Creative Scotland Awards (lodged on 25 January 2012) Annabel Goldie*
S4M-01802 Holocaust Memorial Week, Gathering the Voices (lodged on 24 January 2012) Annabel Goldie*
S4M-01800 Glasgow Chamber of Commerce Volunteering at Barlinnie (lodged on 24 January 2012) Annabel Goldie*
S4M-01799 Local Rail Services to Berwickshire and East Lothian (lodged on 24 January 2012) Annabel Goldie*
S4M-01795 Withdrawal of Funding from Borderline Homeless Charity (lodged on 23 January 2012) Annabel Goldie*
S4M-01788 St Andrew’s Academy in Class of its Own (lodged on 23 January 2012) Annabel Goldie*
S4M-01779 Border Union Agricultural Society (lodged on 20 January 2012) Annabel Goldie*
S4M-01765 Ardrossan Town Station under Threat (lodged on 19 January 2012) Annabel Goldie*
S4M-01745 BBC Scotland Job Cuts (lodged on 18 January 2012) Linda Fabiani*
S4M-01736 St John’s Head in World Top 10 Ocean Views (lodged on 17 January 2012) Linda Fabiani*
S4M-01735 Art in Hospital (lodged on 17 January 2012) Linda Fabiani*
S4M-01734 Congratulations to Eco2 Partnership SA and Argyll International Ltd (lodged on 17 January 2012) Joe FitzPatrick*
S4M-01728 Take a Step in 2012 for Fairtrade (lodged on 17 January 2012) Linda Fabiani*
S4M-01725 CIFAL Scotland, a New UN Voice for Scotland (lodged on 17 January 2012) Linda Fabiani*
S4M-01723 Eryc and Trayc, Scotland’s Young Carer Mascots (lodged on 17 January 2012) Linda Fabiani*
S4M-01716 The Living Wage, Tackling In-work Poverty (lodged on 16 January 2012) Linda Fabiani*
S4M-01715 Child Poverty Map of Scotland (lodged on 16 January 2012) Linda Fabiani*
S4M-01714 Edinburgh Royal Mile’s Better (lodged on 16 January 2012) Linda Fabiani*
S4M-01683 Celebrating the Value of Co-operatives Internationally (lodged on 11 January 2012) Willie Coffey*