[S1M-172] Decision Time — 30 Sep 1999 at 17:01
This looks like the vote on S1M-172
The description in the bulletin on 1999-09-29 is:
*S1M-172 Mr Alex Salmond: Education-That the Parliament notes the overwhelming rejection of CoSLA's pay and conditions offer (dated 20 August 1999) by Scotland's teachers, recognises the validity of the concerns expressed by the teaching profession and parents' representatives about the details of CoSLA's offer and agrees that the implementation of the offer in its current form would have resulted in a deterioration of standards in our classrooms and a further decline in teachers' morale; considers that the defects in CoSLA's offer are the result of a lack of resources and that the current impasse between CoSLA and the teaching profession is a direct result of the failure of the Scottish Executive to make sufficient resources available to local government to fund an acceptable settlement and further considers that the approach adopted by the Scottish Executive on this issue has been delibarately provocative to Scotland's teachers; and calls upon the Scottish Executive to adopt a genuine partnership approach to reaching a settlement with teachers, to abandon its proposals to remove the statutory basis of the Scottish Joint Negotiating Committee and establish a Committee of Inquiry, and to refer the findings of the Millennium Review ( a joint inquiry established by COSLA and teachers' unions in 1997 to look at various issues in education) for investigation by the Parliament's Education, Culture & Sport Committee. Supported by: Nicola Sturgeon*, Fiona McLeod*
Text Introducing Division:
We move to the third question, which is, that motion S1M-172, in the name of Mr Alex Salmond, on education, as amended, be agreed to. Are we all agreed?
There are some noes, so there will be a division. Those members who want to support the motion, as amended, should vote yes.
Votes by party, red entries are votes against the majority for that party.
|Party||Majority (Aye)||Minority (No)||Abstentions||Turnout|
|Lyndsay McIntosh||Central Scotland||Con||no|
|Mary Scanlon||Highlands and Islands||Con||no|
|Keith Harding||Mid Scotland and Fife||Con||no|
|Alex Johnstone||North East Scotland||Con||no|
|Ben Wallace||North East Scotland||Con||no|
|Alex Fergusson||South of Scotland||Con||no|