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Scottish Parliament: Business Bulletin 88/2002

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Business Bulletin No. 88/2002
Tuesday 28 May 2002

Contents

Section A : Daily Business List
Section B : Business Programme
Section D : Oral Questions
Section E : Written questions lodged on 27 May 2002
Section F : Motions and Amendments
Section G : Bills: Notices and Amendments
Section H : New Documents
Section J : Parliamentary Bureau: Note of Decisions
Section K : Progress of Parliamentary Business



Business Bulletin No. 88/2002
Tuesday 28 May 2002

Section A : Daily Business List


Meeting of the Parliament

9.30 am Time for Reflection - Reverend Easter Smart, Chaplain to the University of Aberdeen

followed by Parliamentary Bureau Motions

followed by Executive Debate on The Modernising Government Fund-

S1M-3150 Mr Andy Kerr: The Modernising Government Fund-That the Parliament notes the Scottish Executive's commitment to modern, high quality, efficient and responsive public services and supports its approach, through the Modernising Government Fund, to help deliver the changes which will integrate government, exploit the benefits of information and communications technology and put citizens at the centre of public service delivery in a 21st Century Scotland.

The Presiding Officer has selected the following amendment

S1M-3150.1 Tricia Marwick: The Modernising Government Fund-As an amendment to motion (S1M-3150) in the name of Mr Andy Kerr, insert at end ", but recognises that the delivery of first class public services also requires support to the staff working in that sector, adequate funding from central government and a commitment to ensure that the services remain in the public sector."

11.30 am HM the Queen's Address

2.30 pm Executive Debate on Alternatives to Custody-

S1M-3149 Mr Jim Wallace: Alternatives to Custody-That the Parliament commends the Scottish Executive's commitment to developing a range of high quality alternatives to custody which fit the changing pattern of offending behaviour across Scotland, and recognises the importance of ensuring the delivery of consistently effective community disposals which have the confidence of the judiciary and the public and also have the potential to reduce re-offending without compromising public safety.

The Presiding Officer has selected the following amendments

S1M-3149.2 Roseanna Cunningham: Alternatives to Custody-As an amendment to motion (S1M-3149) in the name of Mr Jim Wallace, leave out from "commends" to end and insert "regrets the failure of the Scottish Executive adequately to develop a range of high quality alternatives to custody which fit the changing pattern of offending behaviour across Scotland; recognises the importance of programmes which are well-resourced and available across every jurisdiction in Scotland, and believes that a greater element of restorative justice should be introduced into the Scottish criminal justice system whether dealing with adults or young offenders."

S1M-3149.1 Lord James Douglas-Hamilton: Alternatives to Custody-As an amendment to motion (S1M-3149) in the name of Mr Jim Wallace, leave out from "commends" to end and insert "warns against the widespread extension of soft non-custodial sentences simply to empty Scotland's overcrowded prisons without sufficient regard to the protection of the public; notes with concern the plans paraded by the Scottish Executive to send the parents of young offenders to jail, and calls upon the Executive to put in place sufficient resources to make Scotland a safer place in which to live and work."

followed by Parliamentary Bureau Motions

S1M-3146 Patricia Ferguson on behalf of the Parliamentary Bureau: Approval of SSIs-That the Parliament agrees that the following instruments be approved-

the draft Valuation and Rating (Exempted Classes) (Scotland) Order 2002; and

the draft Marriage (Approval of Places) (Scotland) Regulations 2002.

5.00 pm Decision Time

followed by Members' Business

debate on the subject of-

S1M-3051 Richard Lochhead: Drug Misuse in North East Scotland-That the Parliament notes with concern that drug misuse in the north east of Scotland has increased dramatically in recent years, with an estimated 50% rise in problem drug users in Grampian alone between 1997 and 2000; further notes that Dundee has the second highest and Aberdeen the third highest level of drug misuse in Scotland and that Grampian has the highest percentage of injecting drug users in Scotland, and considers that the Scottish Executive should recognise the scale of the problem and investigate the level and nature of resources that have been applied to addressing this growing social problem in the north east region, paying particular attention to (a) the role and accountability of the various agencies involved, (b) the amount of resources dedicated to drug users, (c) the cost to society in terms of loss of life, associated health problems and distress caused to users' families and (d) the enormous amount of drug-related crime inflicted on the local community, reflected by the fact that 80% of inmates at HM Prison Aberdeen test positive for drug use at reception.



Business Bulletin No. 88/2002
Tuesday 28 May 2002

Section B : Business Programme

As agreed by the Parliament on 16 May 2002


Wednesday 29 May 2002

9.30 am Executive Debate on Potential Benefits to the Scottish Economy of the Planned Energy Research Institute and of the Diversification of the Offshore Oil and Gas Industry (for text of motion see S1M-3155 in Section F)

followed by Executive Motion on Nominations to the EU Economic and Social Committee (for text of motion see S1M-3156 in Section F)

followed by Parliamentary Bureau Motions

The Clerk has been advised of the topics of the following Scottish National Party Business.

2.30 pm Scottish National Party Debate on Scotland's Air Links (for text of motion see S1M-3154 in Section F)

followed by Scottish National Party Debate on GM Crops (for text of motion see S1M-3153 in Section F)

followed by Parliamentary Bureau Motions

5.00 pm Decision Time

followed by Members' Business - debate on the subject of S1M-3073 Elaine Thomson: Transport Strategy for Aberdeen and North East Scotland (for text of motion see S1M-3073 in Section F of Business Bulletin for Monday 27 May 2002)


Thursday 30 May 2002

9.30 am Ministerial Statement and Debate on the Executive Programme

followed by Parliamentary Bureau Motions

followed by Business Motion

2.00 pm Question Time (for text of questions see Section D in Business Bulletin for Thursday 23 May 2002)

3.00 pm First Minister's Question Time (for text of questions see Section D)

3.30 pm Executive Debate on Implementing the Cancer Strategy

5.00 pm Decision Time

followed by Members' Business - debate on the subject of
S1M-2953 Alex Fergusson: Timber Industry (for text of motion see S1M-2953 in Section F of Business Bulletin for Monday 27 May 2002)


Wednesday 12 June 2002

2.30 pm Time for Reflection

followed by Parliamentary Bureau Motions

followed by Stage 1 Debate on the University of St. Andrews (Postgraduate Medical Degrees) Bill

followed by, no

later than 3.35 pm Executive Business

followed by Parliamentary Bureau Motions

5.00 pm Decision Time

followed by Members' Business


Thursday 13 June 2002

9.30 am Scottish National Party Business

followed by Parliamentary Bureau Motions

followed by Business Motion

2.30 pm Question Time

3.10 pm First Minister's Question Time

3.30 pm Executive Business

5.00 pm Decision Time

followed by Members' Business



Business Bulletin No. 88/2002
Tuesday 28 May 2002

Section D : Oral Questions selected for answer on 30 May 2002



First Minister's Question Time

1. Mr John Swinney: To ask the First Minister what issues will be discussed at the next meeting of the Scottish Executive's Cabinet. (S1F-1928)

2. David McLetchie: To ask the First Minister when he will next meet the Prime Minister and what issues he plans to raise. (S1F-1933)

3. Stewart Stevenson: To ask the First Minister how many responses to the Scottish Prison Service Estates Review have been received by the service. (S1F-1932)

4. Cathy Peattie: To ask the First Minister what policies and programmes the Scottish Executive has that will help ensure that young people are fully integrated into their communities. (S1F-1943)

5. Tavish Scott: To ask the First Minister what steps the Scottish Executive has taken to ensure that the interests of the fishing industry are properly recognised by the European Commission's proposals for reform of the Common Fisheries Policy. (S1F-1934)

6. Mr David Davidson: To ask the First Minister what support the Scottish Executive will give to building a new sports stadium in the Aberdeen area so that the economy in the north east could benefit from a successful bid to host the European Football Championships in 2008. (S1F-1924)



Business Bulletin No. 88/2002
Tuesday 28 May 2002

Section E : Written questions lodged on 27 May 2002



Questions marked with a triangle (Δ) are initiated by the Scottish Executive in order to facilitate the provision of information to the Parliament.

S1W-26354 David Mundell: To ask the Scottish Executive, further to its news release SEet037/2002 on 23 May 2002 on using public transport, which Ministers routinely travel to work by (a) public transport, (b) private car and (c) ministerial car.

S1W-26355 Mr Murray Tosh: To ask the Scottish Executive how much compensation it has paid in cash and real terms in each of the last five years in response to claims made in respect of deficient road maintenance, broken down by individual trunk road.

S1W-26356 David Mundell: To ask the Scottish Executive what guidelines exist on the number of public toilets to be provided adjacent to trunk road routes.

S1W-26357 David Mundell: To ask the Scottish Executive whether it requires Dumfries and Galloway Council to provide public toilet facilities in Langholm for users of the A7.

S1W-26358Δ Mr Tom McCabe: To ask the Scottish Executive when it will publish its Statistics Plan for 2002-03.

S1W-26359Δ Sarah Boyack: To ask the Scottish Executive what the terms of reference will be of the policy and financial management review of the Scottish Environment Protection Agency.

S1W-26360 Mr Brian Monteith: To ask the Scottish Executive whether it has any plans to review the fire and safety regulations for youth hostels and similar temporary accommodation.

S1W-26361 Mrs Lyndsay McIntosh: To ask the Scottish Executive what the budget provision is for housing repair and improvement grants in the current and future financial years and how much has been spent in the current year.

S1W-26362 Mr Brian Monteith: To ask the Scottish Executive whether it has made any representations to Her Majesty's Government concerning the take-up of EU agrimonetary compensation for Scottish farmers.

S1W-26363 Fergus Ewing: To ask the Presiding Officer, further to the statement made by a Parliament spokesman on 10 September 2001 that "we have been aware for a number of weeks through our construction managers (Bovis Lend Lease) of some difficulties within Flour City relating to worldwide financial and management restructuring", on what date the construction managers first provided information of such difficulties; to whom this information was given; what information was provided, and whether the Scottish Parliamentary Corporate Body will arrange for any relevant details to be placed in the Scottish Parliament Information Centre.

S1W-26364 Fergus Ewing: To ask the Presiding Officer whether the Scottish Parliamentary Corporate Body will list all those present at the meeting on 4 September 2001 at which John Tang of Flour City International and his senior officials were present and whether it will place in the Scottish Parliament Information Centre a copy of any memorandum, notes or other documents relating to this meeting.

S1W-26365 Fergus Ewing: To ask the Presiding Officer, further to his answer to question S1W-18874 on 1 November 2001, whether the design and specialist cladding services work provided by Flour City Architectural Metals (UK) Limited is being used in the final cladding contract or contracts and whether it will detail the amount or value of these services provided by Flour City which is not being used.

S1W-26366 Fergus Ewing: To ask the Presiding Officer, further to his answer to questions S1W-19252 and S1W-20308 on 16 November and 7 December 2001 respectively, on what date the technical information from Flour City Architectural Metals (UK) Limited should have been provided; what the information was which was "considerably overdue"; to whom the concerns by EMBT/RMJM were expressed; whether the Scottish Parliamentary Corporate Body will place in the Scottish Parliament Information Centre a copy of the whole document or documents in which such concerns were expressed; in the event that any of this information is deemed to be commercially confidential, whether the Scottish Parliamentary Corporate Body will state on what basis and why and whose interest would be damaged by its disclosure, and whether the losses emanating from the insolvency of Flour City are deemed to fall within the category of force majeure on the risk register.

S1W-26367 Fergus Ewing: To ask the Presiding Officer, what specialist cladding services were carried out by Flour City Architectural Metals (UK) Limited and how much they were paid for these.

S1W-26368 Fergus Ewing: To ask the Presiding Officer how much of the £854,067 fee paid to Flour City Architectural Metals (UK) Limited was paid to (a) Flour City and (b) contractors on behalf of Flour City.

S1W-26369 Fergus Ewing: To ask the Presiding Officer, further to the statement in the Holyrood Progress Group Newsletter No.7 that "factory inspections have already taken place in Thailand", who from Bovis Lend Lease carried out these inspections; when they took place, and whether the Scottish Parliamentary Corporate Body will place in the Scottish Parliament Information Centre a copy of the inspection findings.



Business Bulletin No. 88/2002
Tuesday 28 May 2002

Section F : Motions and Amendments

A full list of outstanding motions is available to view each Monday in paper copy at the Chamber Desk or alternatively on the Scottish Parliament web site as Outstanding Motions. Each Monday the full text of all motions lodged the previous week will appear in the Business Bulletin together with motions previously lodged that are due to be debated that week.



Items marked with an asterisk (*) are new or have been altered. Asterisks in the text show the extent of alterations made.

Motions which members wish to be considered for debate as members' business in the Parliament are marked with a hash symbol (#)

*S1M-3156 Peter Peacock: Nominations to the EU Economic and Social Committee-That the Parliament notes the Scottish Executive's wide-ranging consultation with Scottish civic society to identify nominees for the forthcoming mandate of the Economic and Social Committee of the European Union and endorses the Executive's proposal to nominate Andy Baird (proposed by STUC), Professor Grant Baird (proposed by CBI Scotland), Sandy Boyle (proposed by STUC), Brendan Burns (proposed by the Federation of Small Businesses), Danny Carrigan (proposed by STUC), Campbell Christie (proposed by the Scottish Civic Forum), Hamish Morrison (proposed by the Scottish Fishermens Federation), Bill Ure (proposed by the Scottish Consumer Council) and Dr Grahame Whyte (proposed by the Institute of Directors) to the UK delegation on the Economic and Social Committee of the European Union for the forthcoming mandate from September 2002 to September 2006.

Supported by: Mr Jim Wallace*

*S1M-3155 Lewis Macdonald: Potential Benefits to the Scottish Economy of the Planned Energy Research Institute and of the Diversification of the Offshore Oil and Gas Industry-That the Parliament welcomes the decision by Scottish Enterprise to work up detailed plans for an Energy Research Institute in Scotland to commercialise the work of Scotland's universities across the energy field; endorses the policy of support for offshore renewable energy developments on the part of the Executive and the Enterprise Networks, and notes the significant potential for the oil and gas industry to diversify into marine renewable energy technology.

Supported by: Iain Gray*

*S1M-3154 Mr Kenny MacAskill: Scotland's Air Links-That the Parliament recognises the importance of air links to, from and within Scotland for social and economic development; notes with concern the current situation within Scotland and, in particular, in the north of Scotland of poor international connections and high internal air fares; further notes with concern the high landing charges imposed both at British Airports Authority and Highlands and Islands Airports Limited airports and calls for action to be taken for these charges to be reduced and the competitiveness of the airports increased, and calls for all aviation matters to be devolved to the Parliament, for the Scottish Executive to establish a route development fund to assist the development of direct routes to and from Scottish airports, for and action to be taken regarding the terms of the Highlands and Islands Strategic Transport Partnership report into the creation of more public service obligations allowing affordable and accessible air links within Scotland.

*S1M-3153 Fiona McLeod: GM Field Trials-That the Parliament believes that the future of Scottish agriculture is in quality produce, meeting consumer demand and reflecting its outstanding environmental reputation and that, in light of scientific research which raises concerns about the environmental and public health effects of GM crops, Scottish Ministers should immediately apply the precautionary principle and use their powers to halt the Scottish field scale trials and restrict future testing to enclosed laboratories.

*S1M-3152# Bruce Crawford: Westfield Landfill/Recycling Plant-That the Parliament notes that since 1975 there have been a number of EC Waste Directives demanding action on waste management and that consecutive governments have failed to make significant improvements particularly with regard to recycling; further notes that Scotland currently has the worst recycling record in Europe with only 4.5% of waste recycled compared to other small European countries, like Switzerland, who have reached 50%; recognises that Scotland sends £50 million per annum to Her Majesty's Treasury in landfill tax; believes that revenue raised from landfill tax should go direct to the Scottish Executive budget to support and develop the introduction of separation at source recycling, waste minimisation and packaging reduction: further believes that mandatory targets must be set for local authorities to achieve 30% to 35% recycling rates for domestic waste by 2010; is concerned that large landfill/recycling plants, such as that proposed for Westfield in Fife, which will draw in waste from all over Scotland, fail to meet the test of proximity, where waste should be dealt with as close to its source as can be achieved, and regrets that, if the Westfield proposals are agreed to, then the scale of proposals will have an adverse impact on the quality of life in the local communities that surround the site, on the health of children and adults resident in the area and will put additional and excessive pressure on the already under-funded roads and bridges infrastructure across Fife.

*S1M-3151# Gordon Jackson: Epilepsy-That the Parliament notes with concern the 25% rate of misdiagnosis of epilepsy, as identified in The Misdiagnosis of Epilepsy: Findings of a population study (Scheepers, Clough and Pickles) and The Misdiagnosis of Epilepsy (Smith, Defalla and Chadwick); recognises and agrees that there is a need for a national framework for epilepsy, as already exists for diabetes, to improve standards of health care, and further notes that England and Wales are working towards such a framework for 2005.

*S1M-3150.1 Tricia Marwick: The Modernising Government Fund-As an amendment to motion (S1M-3150) in the name of Mr Andy Kerr, insert at end ", but recognises that the delivery of first class public services also requires support to the staff working in that sector, adequate funding from central government and a commitment to ensure that the services remain in the public sector."

Supported by: Linda Fabiani*

*S1M-3149.1 Lord James Douglas-Hamilton: Alternatives to Custody-As an amendment to motion (S1M-3149) in the name of Mr Jim Wallace, leave out from "commends" to end and insert "warns against the widespread extension of soft non-custodial sentences simply to empty Scotland's overcrowded prisons without sufficient regard to the protection of the public; notes with concern the plans paraded by the Scottish Executive to send the parents of young offenders to jail, and calls upon the Executive to put in place sufficient resources to make Scotland a safer place in which to live and work."

*S1M-3149.2 Roseanna Cunningham: Alternatives to Custody-As an amendment to motion (S1M-3149) in the name of Mr Jim Wallace, leave out from "commends" to end and insert "regrets the failure of the Scottish Executive adequately to develop a range of high quality alternatives to custody which fit the changing pattern of offending behaviour across Scotland; recognises the importance of programmes which are well-resourced and available across every jurisdiction in Scotland, and believes that a greater element of restorative justice should be introduced into the Scottish criminal justice system whether dealing with adults or young offenders."

S1M-3148 Water Charges Soaking up Small Borders Businesses (lodged on 24 May 2002) Andrew Wilson*

S1M-3147 Suez Medal (lodged on 24 May 2002) Alex Fergusson*

S1M-3145# Legislation for Increased Penalties for Wildlife Crime (lodged on 23 May 2002) Iain Smith*

S1M-3141 Larkhall to Milngavie Rail Line (lodged on 22 May 2002) Andrew Wilson*

S1M-3137 UEFA Champions League Final (lodged on 21 May 2002) Shona Robison*, Andrew Wilson*

S1M-3136 Royal Opening of Millennium Wheel, Falkirk (lodged on 20 May 2002) Iain Smith*

S1M-3135 Volunteers Week 2002 (lodged on 20 May 2002) Iain Smith*, Shona Robison*, Andrew Wilson*

S1M-3134 Transfers Under PFI/PPP - Protection of Staff Rights and Conditions (lodged on 20 May 2002) Shona Robison*

S1M-3133 Water Connection Charges (lodged on 17 May 2002) Shona Robison*

S1M-3130# Victims of Asbestos at Work (lodged on 17 May 2002) Cathie Craigie*, Ms Wendy Alexander*

S1M-3073.1 Transport Strategy for Aberdeen and North East Scotland (lodged on 8 May 2002) Andrew Wilson*



Business Bulletin No. 88/2002
Tuesday 28 May 2002

Section G: Bills: Notices and Amendments

Proposals for Members' Bills

Names marked with an asterisk (*) are new names of support. Proposals that have attracted 11 supporters have those supporters' names shown in bold. The member who lodged such a proposal has the right to introduce a Member's Bill to give effect to that proposal under rule 9.14.

Scott Barrie: Proposed High Hedges (Scotland) Bill-Proposal for a Bill to provide local authorities with the power to deal with complaints regarding high hedges. (lodged 21 May 2002)

Supported by: Paul Martin, Alex Johnstone, Mr Kenneth Macintosh, Mr John Home Robertson, John Farquhar Munro, Mr Jamie Stone, Mr Duncan McNeil, Mr John McAllion, Brian Fitzpatrick, Maureen Macmillan, Ian Jenkins, Rhona Brankin, Jackie Baillie, Elaine Thomson, David Mundell, Shona Robison, Richard Lochhead, Bill Butler, Dr Sylvia Jackson, Robert Brown, Mr Mike Rumbles, Margaret Jamieson, Mr Michael McMahon, Des McNulty, Mr Keith Harding, Johann Lamont, Phil Gallie, Angus MacKay, Pauline McNeill, Elaine Smith, Marilyn Livingstone, Alasdair Morgan, Mary Scanlon, Cathie Craigie*



Business Bulletin No. 88/2002
Tuesday 28 May 2002

Section H : New Documents


Subordinate Legislation

Negative Instruments

The following instruments were laid before the Parliament on 27 May 2002 and are subject to annulment-

The St Mary's Music School (Aided Places) (Scotland) Amendments Regulations 2002 (SSI 2002/248)-

The Education (Assisted Places) (Scotland) Amendment Regulations 2002 (SSI 2002/249)-

laid under section 133(2) of the Education (Scotland) Act 1980


European Documents

Members wishing to see a list of European documents received in the Parliament should contact the clerk to the European Committee (stephen.imrie@scottish.parliament.uk). Members are reminded that a complete set of all documents received is held by SPICe in G15, PHQ and copies can be made available on request. Additionally, SPICe holds a set of Briefing Papers produced primarily for MEPs covering the views of the UK Government on proposals for EC/EU legislation. These are now being made available to all MSPs and parliamentary staff. Copies can be obtained on the SPICe page of the Parliament's intranet.



Business Bulletin No. 88/2002
Tuesday 28 May 2002

Section J: Parliamentary Bureau: Note of Decisions

NOTE OF DECISIONS TAKEN AT THE MEETING OF THE PARLIAMENTARY BUREAU: 14 May 2002 AT 2.30 PM


Members:

Presiding Officer Sir David Steel (in the chair)

Deputy Presiding Officer George Reid

Deputy Presiding Officer Murray Tosh

Labour Party Business Manager Patricia Ferguson

Scottish National Party Business Manager Fiona Hyslop

Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party

Business Manager Alex Johnstone

Liberal Democrat Party Business Manager Euan Robson


Future Business Programme

It was agreed to recommend to the Parliament future business for the week commencing 10 June 2002 together with revisions to the business during the week commencing 27 May. It was also agreed that revised Members' Business for 15 May would be proposed (for text of motions see Section F of the Business Bulletin for 14 May 2002).



Local Government Committee: Request to Appoint an Adviser

The Committee's request to appoint an adviser for its Renewing Local Democracy Phase 2 inquiry was agreed to.



Any Other Business

The Bureau agreed not to meet on 21 May but instead to meet in Aberdeen on 28 May 2002 if necessary.


Lee Bridges

Clerk to the Parliamentary Bureau

14 May 2002



Business Bulletin No. 88/2002
Tuesday 28 May 2002

Section K : Progress of Parliamentary Business

For further information on the progress of Bills, subordinate legislation and committees shown in this section, please contact either the relevant clerk or web site (end of Section for addresses)

Bills in Progress

Note: Where a Bill is listed below with a date for Stage 2 (or for a day at that Stage), the deadline for lodging amendments for that Stage (or that day) is 2.00 pm, two sitting days earlier (e.g. 2.00 pm on Monday for a Stage 2 meeting on Wednesday). Where a Bill is listed with a date for Stage 3, the deadline is 4.30 pm, three sitting days earlier. Amendments should be lodged with the clerks to the Stage 2 committee.

Criminal Justice (Scotland) Bill

Stage 1 (evidence, Justice 2 Committee) 5 June

Debt Arrangement and Attachment (Scotland) Bill

Stage 1 (evidence, Social Justice Committee) 6 June

Freedom of Information (Scotland) Bill

Passed 24 April

Land Reform (Scotland) Bill

Stage 2 (Day 1, Justice 2 Committee) 25 June

Local Government in Scotland Bill

Introduced 16 May

School Meals (Scotland) Bill

Stage 1 (Education, Culture and Sport Committee) 6 June

Scottish Parliamentary Standards Commissioner Bill

Stage 2 completed 14 May

Scottish Qualifications Authority Bill

Passed 2 May

Tobacco Advertising and Promotion (Scotland) Bill

Stage 1 (Health and Community Care Committee) 20 March

University of St. Andrews (Postgraduate Medical Degrees) Bill

Stage 1 (debate, meeting of the Parliament) 12 June

Subordinate legislation in progress

(date of laying) (Lead Committee)

Affirmative Instruments

Subject to approval by resolution by 28 May 2002

The draft Valuation and Rating (Exempted Classes) (Scotland) Order 2002 (19 April 2002) (Local Government)

Subject to approval by resolution by 7 June 2002


The draft Marriage (Approval of Places) (Scotland) Regulations 2002 (29 April 2002) (Local Government)


Subject to approval by resolution by 10 June 2002


The draft Scotland Act 1998 (Modifications of Schedule 5) Order 2002 (2 May 2002) (Transport and the Environment)

The draft Scotland Act 1998 (Transfer of Functions to the Scottish Ministers etc.) Order 2002 (2 May 2002) (Transport and the Environment)


Subject to approval by resolution by 11 June 2002


The Food Protection (Emergency Prohibitions) (Amnesic Shellfish Poisoning) (West Coast) (No.4) (Scotland) Order 2002 (SSI 2002/231) (15 May 2002) (Health and Community Care)


Subject to approval by resolution by 18 June 2002


Draft Undertaking by the Scottish Ministers with the Consent of Northlink Orkney and Shetland Ferries Ltd. (SE/2002/97) (10 May 2002) (Transport and the Environment)


Subject to approval by resolution by 23 June 2002


The Local Government Finance (Scotland) (No.2) Order 2002 (SSI 20002/230) (15 May 2002) (Local Government)

The draft Community Care (Assessment of Needs) (Scotland) Regulations 2002 (15 May 2002) (Health and Community Care)

The draft Community Care (Personal Care and Nursing Care) (Scotland) Regulations 2002 (15 May 2002) (Health and Community Care)


Subject to approval by resolution by 25 June 2002


The draft Civil Legal Aid (Financial Conditions) (Scotland) (No.2) Regulations 2002 (17 May 2002) (Justice 1)

The draft Advice and Assistance (Financial Conditions) (Scotland) (No.2) Regulations 2002 (17 May 2002) (Justice 1)


Subject to approval by resolution by 29 June 2002


The draft Welfare of Farmed Animals (Scotland) Amendment Regulations 2002 (21 May 2002) (Rural Development)

Draft Code of Recommendations for the Welfare of Livestock: Laying Hens (SE/2002/100) (21 May 2002) (Rural Development)

Draft Code of Recommendations for the Welfare of Livestock: Meat Chickens and Breeding Chickens (SE/2002/101) (21 May 2002) (Rural Development)


Subject to approval by resolution by 31 August 2002


The draft Criminal Justice Act 1988 (Offensive Weapons) Amendment (Scotland) Order 2002 (23 May 2002) (Justice 1)


Negative Instruments

Subject to annulment until 28 May 2002


The Home Zones (Scotland) Regulations 2002 (SSI 2002/177) (19 April 2002) (Transport and the Environment)

The Registration of Fish Farming and Shellfish Farming Businesses Amendment (Scotland) Order 2002 (SSI 2002/193) (19 April 2002) (Rural Development)

The Animals and Animal Products (Import and Export) (Scotland) Amendment (No.2) Regulations 2002 (SSI 2002/196) (19 April 2002) (Rural Development)


Subject to annulment until 7 June 2002


The Regulation of Investigatory Powers (Source Records) (Scotland) Regulations 2002 (SSI 2002/205) (29 April 2002) (Justice 2)

The Regulation of Investigatory Powers (Juveniles) (Scotland) Order 2002 (SSI 2002/206) (29 April 2002) (Justice 2)

The Regulation of Investigatory Powers (Cancellation of Authorisations) (Scotland) Regulations 2002 (SSI 2002/207) (29 April 2002) (Justice 2)


Subject to annulment until 11 June 2002


The Adults with Incapacity (Medical Treatment Certificates) (Scotland) Regulations 2002 (SSI 2002/208) (3 May 2002) (Health and Community Care)


Subject to annulment until 11 June 2002


The Registration of Fish Farming and Shellfish Farming Businesses Amendment (No.2) (Scotland) Order 2002 (SSI 2002/220) (16 June 2002) (Rural Development)


Subject to annulment until 18 June 2002


The Plant Health (Phytophthora ramorum) (Scotland) Order 2002 (SSI 2002/ 223) (10 May 2002) (Rural Development)

The National Health Service (Optical Charges and Payments) (Scotland) Amendment (No.2) Regulations 2002 (SSI 2002/224) (10 May 2002) (Health and Community Care)


Subject to annulment until 22 June 2002


The Dairy Produce Quotas (Scotland) Amendment Regulations 2002 (SSI 2002/228) (14 May 2002) (Rural Development)

Subject to annulment until 24 June 2002


The Community Care and Health (Scotland) Act 2002 (Consequential Amendment) Order 2002 (SSI 2002/233) (16 May 2002) (Health and Community Care)

The Meat (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point) (Scotland) Regulations 2002 (SSI 2002/234) (16 May 2002) (Health and Community Care)


Subject to annulment by 25 June 2002


Act of Sederunt (Fees of Solicitors in the Sheriff Court) (Amendment) 2002 (SSI 2002/235) (17 May 2002) (Justice 2)


Subject to annulment by 29 June 2002


The Welfare of Animals (Slaughter or Killing) Amendment (Scotland) Regulations 2002 (SSI 2002/238) (21 May 2002) (Rural Development)


Subject to annulment by 30 June 2002


The National Health Service (Clinical Negligence and Other Risks Indemnity Scheme) (Scotland) Amendment Regulations 2002 (SSI 2002/239) ( 22 May 2002) (Health and Community Care)


Subject to annulment by 31 August 2002


The Criminal Legal Aid (Scotland) (Fees) Amendment Regulations 2002 (SSI 2002/246) (23 May 2002)

The Criminal Legal Aid (Fixed Payments) (Scotland) Amendment Regulations 2002 (SSI 2002/247) (23 May 2002)


Subject to annulment by 4 September 2002


The St Mary's Music School (Aided Places) (Scotland) Amendments Regulations 2002 (SSI 2002/248) (27 May 2002)

The Education (Assisted Places) (Scotland) Amendment Regulations 2002 (SSI 2002/249) (27 May 2002)


Committee Business

Dates indicate when the next meeting is due to take place by each Committee.

Audit 11 June

Education, Culture and Sport 6 June

Enterprise and Lifelong Learning 6 June

Equal Opportunities 11 June

European 18 June

Finance 12 June

Health and Community Care 10 June

Justice 1 5 June

Justice 2 5 June

Local Government 5 June

Procedures 11 June

Public Petitions 6 June

Rural Development 7 June

Social Justice 6 June

Standards 5 June

Subordinate Legislation 5 June

Transport and Environment 5 June



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Scottish Parliament: Business Bulletin 88/2002

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Method of composition Wordprocessed
Year of composition 2002
Word count 5378
General description Business Bulletin. See http://www.scottish.parliament.uk/business/businessBulletin/index.htm

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Publisher Scottish Parliamentary Corporate Body
Publication year 2002
Place of publication www.scottish.parliament.uk

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Prose: nonfiction

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