[S1M-327] Decision Time — 2 Dec 1999 at 17:01

This looks like the vote on S1M-327

The description in the bulletin on 1999-11-26 is:

*S1M-327 Mr John Swinney: The Plight of Scotland's Pensioners—That the Parliament recognises the plight of our pensioners, many of whom are living on or near the poverty line; condemns the lack of action by both the Scottish Executive and Her Majesty’s Government to bring about a significant increase in the standard and quality of living of pensioners, and calls upon both the Scottish Executive and Her Majesty’s Government to implement a comprehensive action plan to rectify this situation, the top priority of which should be a substantial increase in the basic state retirement pension and the re-establishment of the link with earnings for future pension increases.    

The description in the bulletin on 1999-11-29 is:

S1M-327 Mr John Swinney: The Plight of Scotland's Pensioners—That the Parliament recognises the plight of our pensioners, many of whom are living on or near the poverty line; condemns the lack of action by both the Scottish Executive and Her Majesty’s Government to bring about a significant increase in the standard and quality of living of pensioners, and calls upon both the Scottish Executive and Her Majesty’s Government to implement a comprehensive action plan to rectify this situation, the top priority of which should be a substantial increase in the basic state retirement pension and the re-establishment of the link with earnings for future pension increases.  

The description in the bulletin on 1999-12-01 is:

S1M-327 The Plight of Scotland's Pensioners (lodged on 25 November 1999) Tricia Marwick*, Linda Fabiani*, Mr Lloyd Quinan*, Alasdair Morgan*  

The description in the bulletin on 1999-12-02 is:

S1M-327 The Plight of Scotland's Pensioners (lodged on 25 November 1999) Kay Ullrich*, Michael Matheson*, Mr Kenneth Gibson*  

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Text Introducing Division:

The second question is, that motion S1M-327, as amended, be agreed to. Are we agreed?

No.

There will be a division.

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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
Con0 000.0%
Green0 01100.0%
Independent0 0266.7%
Lab48 0085.7%
LDem14 0087.5%
SNP0 02781.8%
SSP0 01100.0%
Total:62 03172.7%

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NameConstituencyPartyVote
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