[S3M-667] Decision Time — 24 Oct 2007 at 17:00
This looks like the vote on S3M-667
The description in the bulletin on 2007-10-23 is:
*S3M-667 Richard Lochhead: Agriculture—That the Parliament notes with concern the impact on our livestock industry, particularly the sheep sector, of the recent outbreaks of foot and mouth disease in England; calls on the UK Government to recognise its financial and moral responsibility to reimburse Scotland’s farmers; acknowledges the work being done in Scotland to support the sustainability of the Scottish livestock industry and the viability of rural communities; welcomes the review, to be led by Professor Jim Scudamore and commissioned by the Scottish Government, into Scotland’s response to the outbreaks, and recognises the need to reduce the risk of future outbreaks and minimise the impact of future disruption. Supported by: Michael Russell*
Text Introducing Division:
We are not agreed-I beg your pardon. I am afraid that my hearing must be failing.
There will be a division.
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