[S1M-2] Decision Time — 17 Jun 1999 at 17:05

This looks like the vote on S1M-2

The description in the bulletin on 1999-01-06 is:

S1M-2 Mr Jim Wallace: That the Parliament recognises the widespread opposition to tuition fees, the growing importance of lifelong learning to Scotland’s society and economy and the wide range of circumstances of those engaged in lifelong learning; and calls upon the Scottish Executive once established to appoint urgently a committee of inquiry on the issue of tuition fees and financial support for those participating, part-time or full-time, in further and higher education; the terms of reference, timescale and membership of that committee to be approved by and its report laid before this Parliament. (lodged on 14 May) Supported by: Iain Smith, Tavish Scott, Ross Finnie, Nicol Stephen, Rt Hon Donald Dewar  

The description in the bulletin on 1999-02-06 is:

S1M-2 Mr Jim Wallace: That the Parliament recognises the widespread opposition to tuition fees, the growing importance of lifelong learning to Scotland’s society and economy and the wide range of circumstances of those engaged in lifelong learning; and calls upon the Scottish Executive once established to appoint urgently a committee of inquiry on the issue of tuition fees and financial support for those participating, part-time or full-time, in further and higher education; the terms of reference, timescale and membership of that committee to be approved by and its report laid before this Parliament (lodged on 14 May 1999). Supported by: Iain Smith, Tavish Scott, Ross Finnie, Nicol Stephen, Rt Hon Donald Dewar  

The description in the bulletin on 1999-03-06 is:

S1M-2 Mr Jim Wallace: That the Parliament recognises the widespread opposition to tuition fees, the growing importance of lifelong learning to Scotland’s society and economy and the wide range of circumstances of those engaged in lifelong learning; and calls upon the Scottish Executive once established to appoint urgently a committee of inquiry on the issue of tuition fees and financial support for those participating, part-time or full-time, in further and higher education; the terms of reference, timescale and membership of that committee to be approved by and its report laid before this Parliament (lodged on 14 May 1999). Supported by: Iain Smith, Tavish Scott, Ross Finnie, Nicol Stephen, Rt Hon Donald Dewar  

The description in the bulletin on 1999-04-06 is:

S1M-2 Mr Jim Wallace: That the Parliament recognises the widespread opposition to tuition fees, the growing importance of lifelong learning to Scotland’s society and economy and the wide range of circumstances of those engaged in lifelong learning; and calls upon the Scottish Executive once established to appoint urgently a committee of inquiry on the issue of tuition fees and financial support for those participating, part-time or full-time, in further and higher education; the terms of reference, timescale and membership of that committee to be approved by and its report laid before this Parliament. (lodged on 14 May 1999) Supported by: Iain Smith, Tavish Scott, Ross Finnie, Nicol Stephen, Rt Hon Donald Dewar  

The description in the bulletin on 1999-05-18 is:

S1M-2 Mr Jim Wallace: That this Parliament recognises the widespread opposition to tuition fees, the growing importance of lifelong learning to Scotland’s society and economy and the wide range of circumstances of those engaged in lifelong learning; and calls upon the Scottish Executive once established to appoint urgently a committee of inquiry on the issue of tuition fees and financial support for those participating, part-time or full-time, in further and higher education; the terms of reference, timescale and membership of that committee to be approved by and its report laid before this Parliament (lodged on 14th May). Supported by: Iain Smith, Tavish Scott, Ross Finnie, Nicol Stephen, Rt Hon Donald Dewar.  

The description in the bulletin on 1999-05-19 is:

S1M-2 Mr Jim Wallace: That the Parliament recognises the widespread opposition to tuition fees, the growing importance of lifelong learning to Scotland’s society and economy and the wide range of circumstances of those engaged in lifelong learning; and calls upon the Scottish Executive once established to appoint urgently a committee of inquiry on the issue of tuition fees and financial support for those participating, part-time or full-time, in further and higher education; the terms of reference, timescale and membership of that committee to be approved by and its report laid before this Parliament. (lodged on 14th May) Supported by: Iain Smith, Tavish Scott, Ross Finnie, Nicol Stephen, Rt Hon Donald Dewar  

The description in the bulletin on 1999-05-24 is:

S1M-2 Mr Jim Wallace: That the Parliament recognises the widespread opposition to tuition fees, the growing importance of lifelong learning to Scotland’s society and economy and the wide range of circumstances of those engaged in lifelong learning; and calls upon the Scottish Executive once established to appoint urgently a committee of inquiry on the issue of tuition fees and financial support for those participating, part-time or full-time, in further and higher education; the terms of reference, timescale and membership of that committee to be approved by and its report laid before this Parliament. (lodged on 14th May) Supported by: Iain Smith, Tavish Scott, Ross Finnie, Nicol Stephen, Rt Hon Donald Dewar  

The description in the bulletin on 1999-05-27 is:

S1M-2 Mr Jim Wallace: That the Parliament recognises the widespread opposition to tuition fees, the growing importance of lifelong learning to Scotland’s society and economy and the wide range of circumstances of those engaged in lifelong learning; and calls upon the Scottish Executive once established to appoint urgently a committee of inquiry on the issue of tuition fees and financial support for those participating, part-time or full-time, in further and higher education; the terms of reference, timescale and membership of that committee to be approved by and its report laid before this Parliament. (lodged on 14 May) Supported by: Iain Smith, Tavish Scott, Ross Finnie, Nicol Stephen, Rt Hon Donald Dewar  

The description in the bulletin on 1999-06-14 is:

S1M-2 Mr Jim Wallace: That the Parliament recognises the widespread opposition to tuition fees, the growing importance of lifelong learning to Scotland’s society and economy and the wide range of circumstances of those engaged in lifelong learning; and calls upon the Scottish Executive once established to appoint urgently a committee of inquiry on the issue of tuition fees and financial support for those participating, part-time or full-time, in further and higher education; the terms of reference, timescale and membership of that committee to be approved by and its report laid before this Parliament. (lodged on 14 May 1999) Supported by: Iain Smith, Tavish Scott, Ross Finnie, Nicol Stephen, Donald Dewar, Nora Radcliffe  

The description in the bulletin on 1999-06-16 is:

S1M-2 Robert Brown*  

The description in the bulletin on 1999-07-06 is:

S1M-2 Mr Jim Wallace: That the Parliament recognises the widespread opposition to tuition fees, the growing importance of lifelong learning to Scotland’s society and economy and the wide range of circumstances of those engaged in lifelong learning; and calls upon the Scottish Executive once established to appoint urgently a committee of inquiry on the issue of tuition fees and financial support for those participating, part-time or full-time, in further and higher education; the terms of reference, timescale and membership of that committee to be approved by and its report laid before this Parliament. (lodged on 14 May 1999) Supported by: Iain Smith, Tavish Scott, Ross Finnie, Nicol Stephen, Rt Hon Donald Dewar  

The description in the bulletin on 1999-08-06 is:

S1M-2 Mr Jim Wallace: That the Parliament recognises the widespread opposition to tuition fees, the growing importance of lifelong learning to Scotland’s society and economy and the wide range of circumstances of those engaged in lifelong learning; and calls upon the Scottish Executive once established to appoint urgently a committee of inquiry on the issue of tuition fees and financial support for those participating, part-time or full-time, in further and higher education; the terms of reference, timescale and membership of that committee to be approved by and its report laid before this Parliament. (lodged on 14 May 1999) Supported by: Iain Smith, Tavish Scott, Ross Finnie, Nicol Stephen, Rt Hon Donald Dewar  

The description in the bulletin on 1999-10-06 is:

S1M-2 Nora Radcliffe*

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Text Introducing Division:

The question is, that motion S1M-2, in the name of Jim Wallace, be agreed to. Are we agreed?

No.

There will be a division. Members should vote yes to agree with the motion, no to disagree with the motion, and abstain to record an abstention. Members should vote now.

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Party Summary

Votes by party, red entries are votes against the majority for that party.

What is Turnout? This is measured against the total membership of the party at the time of the vote.

PartyMajority (Aye)Minority (No)AbstentionsTurnout
Con1 14083.3%
Green0 10100.0%
Independent0 30100.0%
Lab54 0198.2%
LDem15 01100.0%
SNP0 330100.0%
SSP0 10100.0%
Total:70 52296.9%

Rebel Voters - sorted by party

MPs for which their vote in this division differed from the majority vote of their party. You can see all votes in this division, or every eligible MP who could have voted in this division

Sort by: Name | Constituency | Party | Vote

NameConstituencyPartyVote
Murray ToshSouth of ScotlandConaye
Allan WilsonCunninghame NorthLababstention
Jamie StoneCaithness, Sutherland and Easter RossLDemabstention

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