[S2M-3795.4 (Amendment)] Decision Time — 12 Jan 2006 at 17:03

This looks like the vote on S2M-3795.4

The description in the bulletin on 2006-01-12 is:

*S2M-3795.4 George Lyon: Local Government Finance—As an amendment to motion (S2M-3795) in the name of Mr John Swinney, leave out from “widespread concern” to end and insert “record levels of finance provided to local government by the Scottish Executive which mean that by 2007-08 core funding will have increased by over £3 billion or 55% compared with 1999-2000; welcomes the report from the Local Government Improvement Service which confirms that councils are on course to achieve at least £122 million in efficiency savings in 2005-06; notes that the Executive has given a commitment to consider some further additional resources for 2007-08 subject to local government delivering on their efficiency targets and that the Executive is engaged in an ongoing discussion with local government about the financial pressures councils are facing and the steps local government can take to maintain downward pressure on council tax, and looks forward to the report of the independent committee on local government taxation, which is due later this year.” Supported by: Mr Tom McCabe*

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Text Introducing Division:

There are eight questions to be put as a result of today's business. In relation to this morning's debate on local government finance, if the amendment in the name of George Lyon is agreed to, the amendments in the names of David Davidson, Mark Ballard and Tommy Sheridan fall. The first question is, that amendment S2M-3795.4, in the name of George Lyon, which seeks to amend motion S2M-3795, in the name of John Swinney, on local government finance, be agreed to. Are we agreed?


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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 15088.2%
Green0 70100.0%
Independent0 4080.0%
Lab48 0096.0%
LDem17 00100.0%
SNP0 24096.0%
SSCUP0 10100.0%
SSP0 5083.3%
Total:65 56094.5%

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