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Scottish Parliament: Chamber Minutes Vol 4, no 42

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MINUTES OF PROCEEDINGS

Meeting of the Parliament

Vol 4 No 42 Session 1

Wednesday 15 January 2003


Note: (DT) signifies a decision taken at Decision Time.

The meeting opened at 2.30 pm.

1. Time for Reflection: Sister Marie O’Dea, Project Leader of the Wayside Day Centre for Homeless People in Glasgow, led Time for Reflection.

2. Commissioner for Children and Young People (Scotland) Bill – Stage 1: Karen Gillon, on behalf of the Education, Culture and Sport Committee, moved S1M-3689—That the Parliament agrees to the general principles of the Commissioner for Children and Young People (Scotland) Bill.

After debate, the motion was agreed to (DT).

3. Transport and the Environment Committee, Report on Inquiry into the Rail Industry in Scotland: Bristow Muldoon, on behalf of the Transport and the Environment Committee, moved S1M-3754—That the Parliament notes the 15th Report 2002 of the Transport and the Environment Committee, Report on Inquiry into the Rail Industry in Scotland (SP Paper 674).

After debate, the motion was agreed to (DT).

4. Designation of Lead Committee: Euan Robson, on behalf of the Parliamentary Bureau, moved S1M-3768—That the Parliament agrees that the Justice 2 Committee be designated as lead committee in consideration of the Act of Sederunt (Fees of Solicitors in the Sheriff Court) (Amendment No.4) 2002 (SSI 2002/568).

The motion was agreed to (DT).

5. Designation of Lead Committee: Euan Robson, on behalf of the Parliamentary Bureau, moved S1M-3769—That the Parliament agrees that the Justice 2 Committee be designated as lead committee in consideration of the Act of Sederunt (Fees of Sheriff Officers) (No.2) 2002 (SSI 2002/567).

The motion was agreed to (DT).

6. Suspension of Standing Orders: Euan Robson, on behalf of the Parliamentary Bureau, moved S1M-3771—That the Parliament agrees that Rule 5.6.1 (c) be suspended for the Meeting of the Parliament on Wednesday 29 January 2003.

The motion was agreed to (DT).

7. Decision Time: Euan Robson, on behalf of the Parliamentary Bureau, moved S1M-3772—That the Parliament agrees under Rule 11.2.4 of the Standing Orders that Decision Time on Wednesday 29 January 2003 be taken at 7.00 pm.

The motion was agreed to (DT).

8. Decision Time: The Parliament took decisions on items 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 as noted above.

9. Glasgow to Barra Air Link Public Service Obligation: The Parliament debated S1M-3758 in the name of Duncan Hamilton—That the Parliament notes with concern the decision to announce a one year contract for the Glasgow to Barra air link; recognises that such contracts are normally awarded for the three years of a public service obligation (PSO) order; recognises the unanimous view of the community that any loss of the direct air link would result in damage to the local economy and tourism and create hardship for those attending hospital and receiving life-saving treatment in Glasgow and beyond; notes that the Deputy Minister for Transport, Lewis Macdonald MSP, attended a meeting on the island of Barra and assured islanders that their genuine concerns would be taken seriously and fed into the Scottish Executive review; further recognises that this proposal is undermining confidence in the long-term viability of the air service, and considers that the Scottish Executive should ensure that the review is completed on or before the end of March.

10. Motion without Notice: Alasdair Morrison moved without notice that, under Rule 8.14.3, the debate be extended until 6.00 pm.

The motion was agreed to.

The meeting closed at 6.00 pm.


P E Grice
Clerk of the Parliament
15 January 2003

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