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BUSINESS BULLETIN 86/1999

Monday 8 November 1999

Section E - Written questions lodged on 5 November 1999

 

 

S1W-2384 Mr David Davidson: To ask the Scottish Executive whether there has been any increase in the number of people being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in Scotland in the past three years and if so, which Health Board is reporting the greatest increase over that period. R

 

S1W-2385 Mr David Davidson: To ask the Scottish Executive to specify the total cost of providing Beta Interferon treatment to people who suffer from multiple sclerosis in Scotland for the current financial year

 

S1W-2386 Mr David Davidson: To ask the Scottish Executive to specify the number of people in Scotland who suffer from multiple sclerosis and who have received Beta Interferon treatment in the past year and to breakdown the number for each Health Board area.

 

S1W-2387 Mr David Davidson: To ask the Scottish Executive to specify the number of people who suffer from multiple sclerosis in each of the Health Boards areas in Scotland.

 

S1W-2388 Mr Nick Johnston: To ask the Scottish Executive whether it will consider allowing NHS Trusts in Scotland to benefit from capital receipts resulting from the disposal of surplus assets.

 

S1W-2389 Euan Robson: To ask the Scottish Executive to list the local authorities in Scotland that charge music tuition fees in their schools.

 

S1W-2390 Tommy Sheridan: To ask the Scottish Executive what role will local authorities in Scotland play in relation to the provision of housing services in the event of the proposed housing stock transfers for Glasgow and other local authority areas going ahead.

 

S1W-2391 Malcolm Chisholm: To ask the Scottish Executive if it has any plans to provide additional financial support to Scottish Opera and if it will make a statement.

 

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