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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 eligible for consideration for debate as members’ business in the Parliament are marked with a hash symbol (#).

Motions submitted for members’ business in the Parliament but which have not yet received the requisite cross-party support are marked with a diamond 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An indication is also provided where motions and amendments have been withdrawn.

A full list of current motions is available to view each Monday in paper copy at the Chamber Desk or alternatively on the Scottish Parliament web site at Current Motions

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New and altered motions and amendments

*S3M-2071 Helen Eadie: Good News for Ankylosing Spondylitis Sufferers—That the Parliament welcomes the NHS Quality Improvement Scotland’s endorsement of the multiple technology appraisal by the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence to approve anti-TNF treatments for patients with severe active ankylosing spondylitis (AS); believes that such treatments add to the quality of life of people affected by AS and will allow many people to take control of their treatment at home; commends the Scottish Medicines Consortium for its approval of anti-TNF for AS in October 2006, and calls on NHS Scotland to ensure people who are eligible have access to treatment as soon as possible to improve their welfare and quality of life.

*S3M-2070 John Park: Fundraising for Malawi—That the Parliament welcomes the work of the ASPIRE Centre at Carnegie College in Dunfermline in providing supported work-focused training for students with moderate to severe learning difficulties and disabilities, which provide the opportunities for students to gain practical skills; believes that the centre is invaluable for personal development, community integration and independence; applauds the Community Link Class of the ASPIRE Centre and Inverkeithing Parish Church for raising £1,022 for Chikwawa in Malawi; welcomes that the money raised will go towards young mothers’ projects in Malawi, will help to build Scotland’s links with Malawi and is a great example of the wider community integration and personal development that the ASPIRE Centre promotes; recognises the efforts of all involved in the fundraising, and congratulates the hard work and effort of the students at the centre on their achievement.

*S3M-2069 Mary Mulligan: Congratulations to the Lothian Cycle Campaign—That the Parliament congratulates the Lothian Cycle Campaign organisation on reaching the milestone of the 100th edition of its SPOKES bulletin, promoting the benefits of cycling for the environment and developing cycling as a healthy leisure pursuit; further notes that the first SPOKES bulletin was issued in April 1978 and that it is estimated that, in the time since the first edition, approximately 500,000 words have been written for the bulletins and that each print run is in excess of 10,000 copies, many of which are delivered by bike; congratulates the Lothian Cycle Campaign on the success of its local campaigning, including working with the previous administration to gain additional funding for Sustrans, amounting to £8 million over two years, and its more recent success in securing a car parking ban on the Mound in Scotland’s capital city; welcomes the establishment of Linlithgow Cycle Action Group, formed by local cyclists to promote cyclists’ issues in West Lothian and hopes that they will build on the successes of the Lothian Cycle Campaign; further welcomes the Bulletin 100 Exhibition that is being hosted by Edinburgh’s Central Library throughout June 2008, and wishes the Lothian Cycle Campaign every success in its future efforts to promote the values and benefits of cycling.

*S3M-2068 Alasdair Morgan on behalf of the Scottish Parliamentary Pension Scheme Committee: Proposal for a Committee Bill—That the Parliament agrees to the proposal for a Committee Bill under Rule 9.15 contained in the Scottish Parliamentary Pension Scheme Committee’s 1st Report, 2008 Scottish Parliamentary Pension Scheme (SP Paper 103).

*S3M-2067 Richard Lochhead: The Licensing of Animal Dealers (Young Cats and Dogs) (Scotland) Regulations 2008—That the Rural Affairs and Environment Committee recommends that the Licensing of Animal Dealers (Young Cats and Dogs) (Scotland) Regulations 2008 be approved.

Supported by: Michael Russell*

*S3M-2066 Aileen Campbell: 2008 G8 Summit in Japan—That the Parliament notes that this year’s G8 summit will take place in Hokkaido, Japan from 7 to 9 July 2008; further notes reports from various NGOs that progress toward meeting aid and development goals set at the 2005 Gleneagles summit has been painfully slow and that world economic circumstances and budget pressures may see reduction in rich countries’ overseas assistance budgets; believes that there is both an economic and moral imperative on rich countries to work for poverty eradication and global economic justice; further believes that G8 decisions must be adhered to by member countries or else the forum risks losing international credibility, and calls on voters in the G8 nations, and the world community through the United Nations, to hold G8 governments accountable for pledges made at their summit meetings.

*S3M-2065 Hugh O’Donnell: Counter-Terrorism Bill—That the Parliament expresses its concern over measures contained in the UK Government’s new Counter-Terrorism Bill; agrees with the Law Society of Scotland that proposals that will allow terrorism offences committed in Scotland to be tried in any court in the United Kingdom will undermine the primacy of Scottish courts and the office of the Lord Advocate; opposes plans to extend the pre-charge detention limit beyond 28 days, and agrees with human rights groups such as Liberty, Amnesty International, JUSTICE and the Scottish-Islamic Foundation that such measures are unnecessary and erode the very civil liberties that we wish to safeguard.

*S3M-2064 Hugh O’Donnell: Chief Executive of the General Teaching Council for Scotland—That the Parliament congratulates the new Chief Executive of the General Teaching Council for Scotland, Mr Anthony Finn, on his appointment; recognises the substantial contribution to education and teaching in Scotland made by the retiring Chief Executive, Matthew MacIver CBE, who is retiring in September, and welcomes the continuity of expertise that will be sustained as a result of this appointment.

*S3M-2063 Mary Scanlon: National Depression Week—That the Parliament notes that 18 to 25 June is National Depression Week; commends the continuing work of Depression Alliance Scotland (DAS) in providing sufferers, their families and friends with advice and self-help groups across Scotland; acknowledges the specific work that DAS has been doing in Lothian to support young adults, a group in which depression is a high contributory factor in suicide, with low mood and depression, and the launch of the related new website,, and urges the Scottish Government to provide adequate funding for this important work to be rolled out across Scotland as a matter of urgency.

*S3M-2062 Roseanna Cunningham: Congratulations to the Youngest Ever Curtis Cup Team Member—That the Parliament recognises the achievement of Carly Booth from Comrie in becoming the youngest ever player, at 15 years and 11 months, to be selected for the Great Britain and Ireland Curtis Cup team; notes that her team mates, including three other Scots, form the most youthful Curtis Cup side ever to represent Great Britian and Ireland; believes that, regardless of the result, this side shows the strength of our young sportswomen, and wishes all eight every success in their future golf careers.

*S3M-2061 Peter Peacock: Brora Primary School—That the Parliament notes the concern of parents at Brora Primary School over proposals to reduce the number of teachers at the school and, as a result, raise class sizes; calls on Highland Council to exercise its discretion to retain the current number of teachers and to prevent disruption to the school by recognising development currently taking place in Brora which may positively affect pupil numbers over coming months, and calls on the Scottish Executive to clarify whether increasing class sizes in Brora is consistent with its policy to reduce class sizes, its concordat with local government and its outcome agreement with Highland Council.

Supported by: Rhoda Grant*, David Stewart*, Jamie Stone*

*S3M-2060 Shirley-Anne Somerville: No to New Nuclear Scotland—That the Parliament notes with concern the announcement by the UK Government of its intention to expand its nuclear programme; further notes that no nuclear power stations have ever been developed and maintained without substantial public subsidy which inevitably comes at the cost of investment in other areas such as developing clean renewable technologies; recognises the soaring costs of dealing with the existing legacy of radioactive waste from ageing nuclear facilities, with the decommissioning bill set to rise above £73 billion; notes that in 2006 Scotland could have supplied 92.5% of its electricity needs from non-nuclear sources, with electricity generated by non-hydro renewables having increased by 46% over the previous year; believes that further investment in nuclear energy would be a wasteful, dangerous and unnecessary distraction from developing Scotland’s renewable industry, and welcomes the Scottish Government’s reaffirmation that there will be no new nuclear stations in Scotland.

Supported by: Stuart McMillan*, Alasdair Allan*, Bob Doris*, Bashir Ahmad*, Joe FitzPatrick*, Rob Gibson*, Aileen Campbell*, Jamie Hepburn*, Patrick Harvie*

*S3M-2059 Pauline McNeill: World Council of Churches Week of Action for Middle East Peace—That the Parliament welcomes the launch of a Week of Action for Middle East Peace by the World Council of Churches at a special service in Jerusalem; notes the ecumenical gathering which took place in the Parliament last night including representation from the Cross Party Group on Palestine, International Church Action for Peace in Palestine and Israel, the Church of Scotland, the Episcopal Church in Scotland, the Roman Catholic Church in Scotland, the Iona Community, the United Free Church of Scotland, Scottish Jews for Justice and the Scottish Islamic Foundation, and further notes that the churches’ action follows comments made by Archbishop Desmond Tutu in which he has described the continued blockade of the Gaza Strip and the ensuing humanitarian crisis as an abomination and condemned the international community for our complicity and silence.

Supported by: Bill Butler*, Sandra White*, Bill Kidd*, Patricia Ferguson*, Bashir Ahmad*, Mr Frank McAveety*, Christine Grahame*, Hugh O’Donnell*, Cathy Peattie*, Shirley-Anne Somerville*, Elaine Smith*, Iain Gray*, Karen Gillon*, Malcolm Chisholm*, Mike Pringle*, Mary Mulligan*, Stuart McMillan*, Liam McArthur*, Karen Whitefield*, Robin Harper*, Alasdair Allan*

*S3M-2058 Aileen Campbell: Australian Troop Withdrawal from Iraq—That the Parliament notes the decision of the Australian Government to withdraw its remaining troops from Iraq; welcomes the comments by the Australian Prime Minister that his Government "does not believe that our alliance with the United States mandates automatic compliance with every element of the United States’ foreign policy"; believes that other governments which supported the US invasion of Iraq would do well to learn from Australia’s decision and new attitude; reiterates its belief that the war in Iraq is illegal under international law, and calls on the global community to continue working for a speedy and peaceful resolution to the conflict.

Supported by: Brian Adam*, Bill Wilson*, Christine Grahame*, Jamie Hepburn*, Shirley-Anne Somerville*, Alasdair Allan*, Stuart McMillan*, Joe FitzPatrick*, Bashir Ahmad*, Sandra White*, Mike Pringle*, Alex Neil*, Bill Kidd*, Angela Constance*, Roseanna Cunningham*, Elaine Smith*, Rob Gibson*, Robin Harper*

*S3M-2057.1 Derek Brownlee: Investment in Scottish Infrastructure—As an amendment to motion (S3M-2057) in the name of John Swinney, insert at end "believes that a broad range of public and private options should be available for capital investment by public bodies and that the public sector should seek appropriate provisions in the best interests of taxpayers; calls on ministers to report to the Parliament on progress after the summer recess and regularly thereafter until the final range of options and shape of the SFT has been confirmed; calls on the Scottish Government to finalise the details of the SFT as soon as possible and, as part of its work on the SFT, to review how refinancing provisions in non-profit distributing models might be amended to ensure that they achieve intended aims without discouraging investment, and calls on the Scottish Government to develop and publish a robust investment option-appraisal framework capable of producing comparable information on whole-life costs for future projects regardless of which method of procurement or operation is used."

*S3M-2057.2 Liam McArthur: Investment in Scottish Infrastructure—As an amendment to motion (S3M-2057) in the name of John Swinney, insert at end "but notes that the Cabinet Secretary for Finance and Sustainable Growth promised the Parliament that a decision on the method of financing for the new Forth crossing would be made in Autumn 2007; is concerned that eight months later no decision has been taken; further notes that the First Minister’s preferred method of issuing "patriotic bonds" has been dismissed as illegal and the non-profit distribution model is considered inappropriate for high risk projects, and therefore calls on the Scottish Government to make a statement to the Parliament setting out method of funding, management arrangements and timetable for procurement of the new Forth crossing before the summer recess."

*S3M-2057.3 Andy Kerr: Investment in Scottish Infrastructure—As an amendment to motion (S3M-2057) in the name of John Swinney, insert at end "notes the comments of the Cabinet Secretary for Finance and Sustainable Growth acknowledging that his priority is to get best value and the best deal for taxpayers whether that investment comes from private or public sources and welcomes the statement on page 7 of the strategic business case which provides for guidance, structuring and compliance for ongoing non-profit distribution (NPD)/PPP programmes, firmly placing PPP at the heart of the Scottish Government’s strategy, and believes that in the interests of Scotland and its people it is now time to end the confusion surrounding the SFT, admit that it is based on the same principles as those proven financial models which have delivered new schools and hospitals and that it is time to restart the building of schools, hospitals and the transport infrastructure."

Supported by: Iain Gray*

*S3M-2056.1 Mary Scanlon: Remote and Rural Health Care—As an amendment to motion (S3M-2056) in the name of Nicola Sturgeon, insert at end " further notes the concerns raised regarding the provision of ambulance services, and asks the Scottish Government to ensure that those living in rural communities are not disadvantaged."

*S3M-2056.2 Margaret Curran: Remote and Rural Health Care—As an amendment to motion (S3M-2056) in the name of Nicola Sturgeon, insert at end "and recognises the contribution made to remote and rural training by union learning representatives, however, expresses concern regarding the future funding under the NHS Scotland Resource Allocation Committee of rural NHS boards that are facing particular pressures regarding service delivery, including out-of-hours GP services and the provision of ambulance services."

*S3M-2056.3 Ross Finnie: Remote and Rural Health Care—As an amendment to motion (S3M-2056) in the name of Nicola Sturgeon, insert at end "and in line with recommendation 10.12 of the NHS Scotland Resource Allocation Committee’s (NRAC) report calls on the Scottish Government to establish without delay a standing committee to lead work on the future development of the NHS board funding formula and to come forward with details on the precise membership, format and remit of the committee, and further calls on the Scottish Government to review the impact of the NRAC report on NHS boards’ ability to maintain and develop remote and rural services."

S3M-2037 Alasdair Allan: Carers Week 2008 - Carers Scotland’s Carers Health Resource Guide—That the Parliament notes the publication by Carers Scotland, as part of Carers Week from 9 to 15 June 2008, of A Carers Resource Guide to Health and Wellbeing: Finding the Balance, Promoting Positive Health; further notes that this year’s Carers Week, with its theme of "Carers can’t afford to be ill", is a week of awareness raising and activities to reach hidden carers and highlight the negative impact of caring on carers’ health and wellbeing; recognises the vital role that Scotland’s 660,000 and Eilean Siar’s 2,800 unpaid carers play in caring for ill, frail and disabled people in local and often isolated communities; promotes the recognition of carers as equal and expert partners in the provision of health and social care; welcomes the investment in NHS carer information strategies to provide training for carers and healthcare staff to reduce the negative impacts of caring on health, and recognises the endeavours of Carers Scotland in producing this guide to ensure that carers have effective information to maintain and improve their own health and wellbeing.

Supported by: Bob Doris*, Stuart McMillan*, Joe FitzPatrick*

*S3M-2037.1 Dr Richard Simpson: Carers Week 2008 - Carers Scotland’s Carers Health Resource Guide—As an amendment to motion (S3M-2037) in the name of Alasdair Allan, after "social care" insert "; notes the importance of respite care and national and local support and advice to carers".

S3M-2035 Robin Harper: Congratulations to Bathgate Thistle—That the Parliament congratulates Bathgate Thistle for winning the Scottish Junior Cup for the first time in their history; believes that the cup has a significant place in Scotland’s football calendar; congratulates all those involved in organising it, and wishes Bathgate Thistle all the very best in celebrating this famous victory.

Supported by: Angela Constance*, Patrick Harvie*, Dr Richard Simpson*

*S3M-2035.1 Cathy Jamieson: Congratulations to Bathgate Thistle—As an amendment to motion (S3M-2035) in the name of Robin Harper, insert at end "; commends Cumnock Juniors on reaching the final of the competition, and recognises the history of Ayrshire football clubs who have won the Scottish Junior Cup."

S3M-2011*#* Iain Smith: Enforcement of Planning Legislation—That the Parliament notes with concern the difficulties faced by planning authorities, such as Fife Council, in attempting to deal with breaches of planning legislation through enforcement and stop notices; considers that development without the appropriate planning approval undermines the rule of law and the planning process and that the present planning legislation does not provide a sufficient safeguard against unlawful development; believes that appeals against enforcement or stop notices should not be permitted on the grounds that planning permission for the development would have been granted or that a planning application for the development has been submitted; further believes that there should be a presumption against approval for any development that has been carried out without the appropriate planning approvals, and desires further debate on these proposals.

Supported by: Angela Constance*

Motions and amendments which have attracted additional support

S3M-2055 Great British Weekend is Not a Great Idea (lodged on 3 June 2008) Jamie Hepburn*, Brian Adam*, Rob Gibson*, Roseanna Cunningham*, Sandra White*, Alasdair Allan*, Bill Kidd*, Shirley-Anne Somerville*, Keith Brown*, Bob Doris*, Stuart McMillan*, Bashir Ahmad*, Alex Neil*

S3M-2054 Veterans Day (lodged on 3 June 2008) Jamie Hepburn*

S3M-2049 Appointment of Dr Louise Richardson as Principal of the University of St Andrews (lodged on 3 June 2008) Jackson Carlaw*, Margaret Mitchell*, Claire Baker*, Murdo Fraser*, Hugh O’Donnell*, Jamie McGrigor*, Mary Scanlon*, Bill Aitken*, Alex Johnstone*, Bashir Ahmad*, Stuart McMillan*, Marlyn Glen*, Elaine Smith*, Nanette Milne*, Elizabeth Smith*, Bill Kidd*, Kenneth Gibson*, Elaine Murray*, Robin Harper*

S3M-2047 Congratulations to Lionacleit School (lodged on 3 June 2008) Margaret Mitchell*, Robin Harper*, Roseanna Cunningham*

S3M-2046 Sgoil Lionacleit (lodged on 3 June 2008) Christine Grahame*

S3M-2044 Congratulations to Scottish Junior Cup Winners 2008, Bathgate Thistle (lodged on 3 June 2008) Jamie McGrigor*, Robin Harper*, Shirley-Anne Somerville*, Jim Tolson*, Michael McMahon*, Trish Godman*

S3M-2043 Dungavel Detention Centre (lodged on 3 June 2008) Shirley-Anne Somerville*, Alasdair Allan*, Patrick Harvie*, Hugh O’Donnell*, Sandra White*, Jamie Hepburn*, Bill Kidd*, Michael Matheson*, Bill Wilson*, Rob Gibson*, Bashir Ahmad*, Joe FitzPatrick*, Christine Grahame*, Jim Hume*, Roseanna Cunningham*, Cathy Peattie*, Keith Brown*, Elaine Smith*, Aileen Campbell*, Alex Neil*, Stuart McMillan*, Robin Harper*

S3M-2039 Congratulations to Castlemilk Timebank (lodged on 2 June 2008) Bob Doris*, Mr Frank McAveety*

S3M-2036 Fun in the Park (lodged on 2 June 2008) Bob Doris*, Stuart McMillan*, Angela Constance*, John Wilson*

S3M-2034 Water Rates Relief (lodged on 2 June 2008) Stuart McMillan*, Nanette Milne*, Nigel Don*, Christine Grahame*, John Wilson*

S3M-2033 Proposed Change to the National Concessionary Travel Scheme (lodged on 2 June 2008) Patricia Ferguson*, David Whitton*, Iain Gray*, Helen Eadie*, Johann Lamont*, Elaine Smith*, Marlyn Glen*, Bill Butler*, James Kelly*, John Park*, Mike Pringle*, Charlie Gordon*, Karen Gillon*, Hugh O’Donnell*, Karen Whitefield*, Elaine Murray*, Marilyn Livingstone*, Claire Baker*, Michael McMahon*, Mary Mulligan*, Robin Harper*, Trish Godman*

S3M-2032 Supported and Semi-independent Accommodation for Young Care Leavers (lodged on 30 May 2008) Jamie Stone*, Alison McInnes*

S3M-2031 21st Anniversary of the Riding for the Disabled Association Glasgow Group (lodged on 30 May 2008) Robert Brown*

S3M-2030 Common Ridings and Borders Processions (lodged on 30 May 2008) Jamie Hepburn*, Derek Brownlee*, Brian Adam*, Elaine Murray*, Kenneth Gibson*, Roseanna Cunningham*, Bill Wilson*, Rob Gibson*, Alasdair Allan*, Robin Harper*, John Lamont*

S3M-2026 World No Tobacco Day 2008 (lodged on 30 May 2008) Jamie Stone*

S3M-2021# Best Value Audit of Aberdeen City Council (lodged on 29 May 2008) Patricia Ferguson*, Dr Richard Simpson*, Charlie Gordon*, Mr Frank McAveety*

S3M-2021.1 Best Value Audit of Aberdeen City Council (lodged on 3 June 2008) Margaret Mitchell*, Nigel Don*

S3M-2019 Open University and Part-Time Students (lodged on 29 May 2008) Robert Brown*

S3M-2013 UNISON Survey of Members at Leverndale Hospital (lodged on 29 May 2008) Richard Baker*, Mr Frank McAveety*, Patricia Ferguson*, David Whitton*, John Park*, George Foulkes*, James Kelly*, Mary Mulligan*, Robin Harper*

S3M-2008# Refugee Week Scotland 2008 (lodged on 28 May 2008) Jack McConnell*

S3M-2007 Sort it Out - Securing the Future of the Postal Service (lodged on 28 May 2008) Joe FitzPatrick*, Christine Grahame*, John Wilson*

S3M-2006 Pan Africa Chemistry Network (lodged on 28 May 2008) Jack McConnell*

S3M-2005 Dog Rental Companies (lodged on 28 May 2008) Alison McInnes*

S3M-2004 Routes Out of Prison Scheme (lodged on 28 May 2008) Robert Brown*

S3M-1994 Paralympic Pre-Games Training Camps (lodged on 27 May 2008) Jack McConnell*

S3M-1988 Marie Curie Cancer Care Partnership with NHS Lanarkshire (lodged on 27 May 2008) Jack McConnell*

S3M-1985 Foundation Year One Doctors (lodged on 27 May 2008) Mr Frank McAveety*, Alison McInnes*

S3M-1982 Congratulations to Sir Alex Ferguson and Manchester United (lodged on 22 May 2008) Mr Frank McAveety*, Jack McConnell*

S3M-1980 Fife Constabulary Annual Report 2007-08 (lodged on 22 May 2008) Mr Frank McAveety*

S3M-1976.1 Review Hospital Parking Charges for Critically Ill and High Dependency Patients (lodged on 2 June 2008) John Park*, Angela Constance*, Mr Frank McAveety*

S3M-1975# South Edinburgh Suburban Railway (lodged on 22 May 2008) Sarah Boyack*

S3M-1972# Cancer Poverty (lodged on 22 May 2008) Jack McConnell*

S3M-1971 Victory in the Champions League Final (lodged on 22 May 2008) Jack McConnell*

S3M-1963 New Rights for Agency Workers (lodged on 21 May 2008) Joe FitzPatrick*

S3M-1960.1 Holocaust Education in Scotland (lodged on 30 May 2008) Mr Frank McAveety*, George Foulkes*, Marilyn Livingstone*

S3M-1957 Proposed Closure of Rutherglen District Court (lodged on 21 May 2008) Marlyn Glen*

S3M-1949 Walk to School Week (lodged on 20 May 2008) Jack McConnell*

S3M-1895.1 Removing the Barriers to Microgeneration (lodged on 14 May 2008) Alison McInnes*

S3M-1873 Annual World Elder Abuse Awareness Day (lodged on 9 May 2008) Angela Constance*

S3M-1865# A Tenancy Deposit Protection Scheme for Scotland (lodged on 8 May 2008) Angela Constance*, Alison McInnes*

S3M-1864 Keep INTO Out (lodged on 8 May 2008) Johann Lamont*

S3M-1862 Congratulations to Cove Rangers, Champions of the Scottish Highland Football League (lodged on 8 May 2008) Malcolm Chisholm*

S3M-1659 Look OK...Feel Crap? (lodged on 28 March 2008) Nanette Milne*

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