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Section I – Petitions

A full list of petitions can be viewed on the Scottish Parliament website at Petitions

(http://www.scottish.parliament.uk/s3/committees/petitions/index.htm)

The following Petitions were lodged with the Parliament on 11 February 2008

PE1118 Petition by Josey Rowan calling on the Scottish Parliament to urge the Scottish Government to bring forward legislation to ban the killing of animals, through methods such as the shechita and the dhabiha, and require the stunning of all animals before slaughter.

PE1119 Petition by Philip Flanders, on behalf of the Road Haulage Association, calling on the Scottish Parliament to urge the Scottish Government to make representations to the UK Government on the impact on the road haulage industry of recent fuel price increases; press for a freeze in fuel duty while the average price remains at or over £0.90ppl pump prices; and for a fuel duty regulator based on additional "windfall" revenue to offset fuel price rises beyond forecasts.

PE1120 Petition by Brian McNair calling for the Scottish Parliament to urge the Scottish Government to review its family law policies and spending levels to ensure that greater emphasis and funding is attached to family mediation services and in providing more focussed family support to children.

PE1121 Petition by James Bell calling on the Scottish Parliament to consider and debate the re-introduction of the Environmental Levy on Plastic Bags (Scotland) Bill.

The following Petition was lodged with the Parliament on 13 February 2008

PE1122 Petition by Vanesa Fuertes, on behalf of the Scottish Palestine Solidarity Campaign, calling on the Scottish Parliament to urge the Scottish Executive to make representations to the UK Government to ask the Israeli Government to lift all restrictions on Mordechai Vanunu and allow him freedom to travel.

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