My latest motions to the Scottish Parliament:

 

Motion S5M-03606: Mary Fee, West Scotland, Scottish Labour, Date Lodged: 24/01/2017

That the Parliament congratulates everyone at Notre Dame High School in Greenock on it being the first in Scotland, and one of the first six in the UK, to be awarded Gold status as a Centre of Innovation and Creativity; notes that this was in recognition of its efforts to promote careers in science and technologies across the wider community through sharing experiences with businesses and other schools; understands that, since 2012, all of its S2 pupils have taken part in the TeenTech programme and that four groups representing the school have being named as category winners in this, and acknowledges what it sees as the importance of such programmes in aiming to ensure that children and young people are well-placed to succeed and become world leaders in the technology and innovation sectors.

 

Motion S5M-03317: Mary Fee, West Scotland, Scottish Labour, Date Lodged: 10/01/2017

That the Parliament commends the work of Seagull Trust Cruises, which has been providing free cruises on Scotland’s canals for people with special needs on its specially equipped boats since 1978 nationally, and since 1983 at its Kirkintilloch branch; notes that the charity is run entirely by volunteers who use their free time to run and maintain the boats; recognises that Seagull Trust Cruises relies entirely on donations and funds raised from souvenir sales to continue providing this wonderfully unique experience, and recognises the success of the charity in hosting over 27,000 passengers since its establishment, with 2,823 passengers enjoying a trip on Scotland’s canals in 2016.

 

Motion S5M-02897: Mary Fee, West Scotland, Scottish Labour, Date Lodged: 01/12/2016

That the Parliament congratulates Rouken Glen Park in East Renfrewshire on being named the UK’s Best Park of 2016 at the annual Fields in Trust Awards; notes that the park was originally gifted to the people of Glasgow in 1906 and last year welcomed just under one million visitors; recognises that Barshaw Park in Paisley, and Robertson Park in Renfrew, were also nominated for the prestigious award, and believes that everyone in Scotland should have access to a free, local outdoor space for recreation and leisure and that parks play an important role in promoting a happy and healthy community.

For my all my motions lodged in the Scottish Parliament – click here.

 

My latest question to the Scottish Government:

Question S5O-00588: Mary Fee, West Scotland, Scottish Labour, Date Lodged: 18/01/2017

To ask the Scottish Government when the health secretary will next meet NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde.

Question S5W-06117: Mary Fee, West Scotland, Scottish Labour, Date Lodged: 12/01/2017

To ask the Scottish Government what it estimates the cost is of (a) creating a new Scottish Transport Police service and (b) integrating the British Transport Police in Scotland into Police Scotland.

Question S5W-06119: Mary Fee, West Scotland, Scottish Labour, Date Lodged: 12/01/2017

To ask the Scottish Government what consideration it gave to establishing a separate (a) Scottish Transport Police authority and (b) Scottish Transport Police service, and for what reason it decided not to pursue these options.

Question S5W-06118: Mary Fee, West Scotland, Scottish Labour, Date Lodged: 12/01/2017

To ask the Scottish Government what consideration it has given to alternatives to the integration of the British Transport Police in Scotland into Police Scotland.

 

For my latest questions to the Scottish Government – click here.