14/09/2011 Scottish Questions


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Welcome to a very sunny Westminster for the September edition. The

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party political conferences are round the corner but in the

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meantime, MPs are keen to show that their back at work after that long

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summer break. There are a variety of questions for Michael Moore and

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his ministerial team on subjects ranging from the economy to law and

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order and that old favourite, the West Lothian question. Here is how

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it got underway. Questions to the Secretary of State for Scotland.

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Question number one. The Government is committed to supporting disabled

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people into employment and the amount of money going into this is

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being protected. A consultation on the future strategy of Remploy will

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take place in Glasgow today and the staff have been invited to attend.

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Thank you. I thank the Minister for that response. As job losses

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continue to increase in my constituency, could the Minister

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tell may if he means to engage on the subjective Remploy to make sure

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that jobs are protected? I can assure the Honourable Member, who

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is a good fighter on the case of Remploy, that decisions have been

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made about Remploy. I understand he attended a meeting in the Scottish

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Parliament organised by Helen et, which undertook to do a response to

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the consultation and that response is very welcome in the consultation

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process. The Dundee factory is in the Honourable gentleman's

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constituency and a number of my constituents work in it and it

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makes first-class chemical and biological suits. They are required

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by emergency services and the military. Can I ask the Minister

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not just to speak to the DWP, but also the MoD and the Home Secretary,

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to ensure emergency services and the military look very carefully at

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what Remploy produce, particularly the quality of those suits.

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Honourable Gentleman will know that his fellow member from Dundee has

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already met with the MoD and they have confirmed the high standard

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and quality of work which Remploy carry out in the factory in Dundee

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but I would urge him and everyone in Scotland with an interest in

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this matter to take part in the consultation. I am sure the

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Minister will be aware that there is seven other Remploy factories in

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Scotland. Does the Minister accept that while colleagues in government

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talk about the importance of manufacturing, it would be crass

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and foolhardy to embark on the closure of factories providing

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goods and jobs and were public sector procurement could make the

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difference to making sure they are viable in the future. Will he make

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representations to ensure those jobs are protected? I am sure the

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Honourable Gentleman will agree that the fact that around 50% of

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disabled people are out of work and those in work are often working in

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shops below their potential isn't acceptable. Closing the

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unemployment gap between disabled and non-disabled people could boost

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the economy by �13 billion and the Government wants to achieve that.

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We are undertaking a consultation and I urge him and everyone with

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any interest to take part. Sheridan. No. 2. This is a question

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about energy providers... I will answer a question to and question 5.

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Increases continue to be a matter of concern. I recently discussed

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this with the six largest energy providers in Scotland as well as

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consumer groups. Thank you. You'll be aware that the energy companies

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are just a major cartel. Can I suggest he goes forward with one of

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two options. One is to give the real powers to of Jim to say no to

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these companies when they come forward with huge increases, or

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better, bring the power back to this house? Can I say that we share

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the desire to be vigilant in all that we see in the energy market

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and that is why the work that OFGEM does is very important and having

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had the latest series of discussions, building on one's

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earlier, they are in no doubt that the Government expects them to look

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carefully at their policies and I can assure him he will continue to

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be vigilant on that. 100,000 pensioners in Glasgow face cuts to

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the winter fuel allowance totalling �4 million. At the same time,

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energy companies put up prices by 20%. Does the Secretary of State

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agree that no pensioner should have to choose between heating and foot

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and what will he do? You are right to focus attention on some of the

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most honourable in society, class go and indeed elsewhere. I will

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point out that the winter fuel allowance will return as planned by

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the previous government to its previous level but the cold weather

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payment on which we spent over �50 million last year will continue to

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be at the higher level than before. As he will be aware, he studies

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these matches, through the Warm Home discount scheme, which is

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statutory, replacing the voluntary scheme, we will ensure we get more

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than double the amount of assistance to vulnerable households.

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The secretary of state should take the opportunity to talk to

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renewable energy providers, given that the only way at connected to

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the great is by overhead pylons and if they have on to ground in Alpine

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countries, will he insist on this in the Highlands? I understand the

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sensitivity for my friend and it does occur across the country. This

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is something that is very important to have careful consideration of

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and as proposals for the transmission network come forward,

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they take full account of other considerations. In his decisions --

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discussions, has the Secretary of State discussed those million

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households not on the gasmen and what are the energy company is

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going to do to give them the opportunity for cheaper fuel?

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are keen to ensure that consumers have as much choice as possible and

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whether it is through extending the transmission network for different

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sources of energy or looking at ways in which we can enhance

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competitiveness in the market through increased transparency and

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improvements in smart meters. All these measures must be looked at

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and I will put this points to the energy companies the next time we

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talk. In these discussions with those suppliers, did he talk about

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the escalating price and what actions they are taking to avoid a

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repeat of the difficulties that supplied during the severe weather

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last winter? The situation with the weather last winter and the winter

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before is something people are very aware of, and that is particularly

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wide there our energies to keep his millions in the network and equally,

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we recognise that that adds cost to consumers, which is why we are

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maintaining the cold weather payments and through a new measures

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to enhance the support to vulnerable people across Scotland.

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Many of my constituents, especially on low income, are struggling with

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the large increases in energy bills. I welcome the recent news that

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OFGEM has brought in specialist auditors to help their

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investigation of whether they are justified. With the Secretary of

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State ensure that of Jim have the necessary support to make a

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thorough investigation and sufficient powers to sanction the

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Big Six if they are acting unfairly? A feature of the

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discussions I have been having recently is that many other

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companies recognise they have to restore trust with the consent or

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about the price rises and why they have come about and in the next few

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weeks I will bring together the energy companies and consumer

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groups in Scotland to look at the issues in detail, make sure that

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companies are focused on the appropriate response and take away

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whatever work we need to do. When surveys by Consumer Focus Scotland

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tell us that nine out of him people who bought energy products on the

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doorstep would never do so again, does he not agree that it is time

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for all energy providers in Scotland to end the practice of

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cold calling and if so, when will we see legislation to make sure

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this vile practice ceases? Can I join her in condemning their sharp

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practices that have been on display in the country, particularly in

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Scotland. It is one of the issues we will discuss at the meeting I

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referred to. We are determined that we would get the companies to

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recognise that this isn't an acceptable practice. Thank you.

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Does the Minister agree that at a time when Scottish and Southern

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Energy will add �171 a year to each customer's bill, tipping thousands

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of people in to the fuel poverty bracket and others will follow suit,

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it is morally in appropriate that the chief executive officer

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received a bonus of �2 million on top of his �840,000 salary when the

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wholesale price of energy were going down? Well, can I say that

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renumeration is a matter for the companies themselves. But for all

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of us, we have to ensure that we're Kerr fully focused on the

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performance and behaviour of all of these companies, which is why I

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have been making sure their focus to what consumers deed and

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particularly, the most vulnerable. She is right to focus on fuel

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poverty, a third of Scottish house holes in 2009 when I should to be

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in this and the measures I have outlined will tackle that. -- This

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is about the economic prospects of the Highlands. The UK and Scottish

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economy is growing, rebalancing and creating jobs and the Government is

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creating a new model which is more evenly balanced across the UK.

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Thank you. He has welcomed the formal confirmation of the

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university status for the University of the Highlands and

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Islands and they have now put in an application to the Scottish

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Government for an additional �3 million, given the extra demands

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that are being placed upon them. Is that something to which he can give

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his discreet support? I am always happy to look at these cases and

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provide support as necessary. I Right Honourable Friend is

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absolutely right to say that it is an important step forward for the

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Highlands and Islands and I hope the Scottish Government will fight

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carefully on what others have said. Yesterday I had a debate in

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Westminster Hall on fuel duty and is the Secretary of State aware

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that the duty is then taxed by VAT? Everybody in this house is very

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aware of the realities of fuel taxation and I'm sure he was

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welcoming the fact that in the Budget earlier this year, we

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reduced fuel duty rather than increasing it in the way the last

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government planned. And it gives me some opportunity to remind the

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House that we have made further progress in the derogation for the

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Highlands and Islands fuel prices, The economy is being held back by

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the high price of fuel, I warmly welcome the Government's progress

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on the fuel discount and the cut in fuel duty in the budget, but

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further increase in fuel duty is planned for January, and if the

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price of fuel remains high, I hope that will not go ahead. Will the

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Secretary of State make reputations to the Chancellor? I am very aware

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of the extremely channelling circumstances for users of cars and

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vehicles across rural area, indeed all of Scotland. I particularly

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therefore welcome and repeat the point about the budget reduck shund

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-- reduction and the announcement made by the European Commission and

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their sup foth port for our derogation. What we want the see is

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we keep all the things in balance. His comment also have been heard by

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the Chancellor but he alone is responsible for taxation matters.

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It is to be welcome that unemployment is down in Scotland

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and employment is up, but challenges remairpbgs not least in

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the north of Scotland, where because of defence cuts, 30 million

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pounds is going to be lost every year due to the closure of RAF

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Kinloss as an air base. Will the Secretary of State confirm no

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financial support has been provided by the UK Government to help with

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this economic shock? I hope the honourable gentleman will recognise

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in reaching some very difficult and complex decisions, over the future

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of not only RAF basing but army and navy too, we will see an increased

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footprint in Scotland as a whole, and in his own area, we will see

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additional army resources, going into Kinloss in particular. As far

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as the discussions about how we support the communities through the

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next few years, we will be aware these are at an early stage. I am

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looking forward to them continuing in a constructive manner. He wasn't

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able to confirm there hasn't been any specific financial support,

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because there hasn't beenlet. It has been nearly a year since the

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closure, more than two months confirmation about the army

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deployment. Agencies supported by the Scottish Government have been

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active in support of economic diversification, in contrast, UK

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Government has provided little or no details to these local agencies

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to assist in the transition. Why is this? Well I have discussed this

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matter particularly with the Finance Secretary, on a couple of

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occasions, now. We are continuing the Scotland Office to be engaged

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with the task forces, in his of the world and in Fife as well. We are

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working very hard, and we get the detail and the other aspects of the

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plan in place, and I am sure the honourable gentleman will welcome

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the announcement whence there are made. There are too many noisy

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conversations taking place in the chamber. I want to hear Fiona Bruce.

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Scottish forces provided assistance to forces in England through the

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provision of police support units. During the debate in this House on

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11 August my Right Honourable friend the Prime Minister said I am

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aware of the role Scottish police officers played particularly

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helping the West Midlands force. Say the impact when they arrived in

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Birmingham, it is good our forces can co-operate in this way. I thank

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him for that. Does he agree the excellent cross border support

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provided by Scottish police have exemplified to everyone in Britain

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the advantages of a flexible devolved United Kingdom? I fully

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agree with my honourable friend, and there are many example, Mr

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Speaker of Scottish forces playing an important role in incidents

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elsewhere in the United Kingdom. Not least in the shootings which

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took place this Cumbria in 2010. Londoners welcome the robust

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standard of policing brought from Scotland during the recent riots.

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What plans are there now, for closer cooperation, joint

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operations, and further training so we can learn the lessons from the

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past? He is the Conservative MP for Harrow East. On 11th August, there

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has been significant success with the Strathclyde Police,

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particularly in Glasgow in pursuing gang initiatives, and initiative

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known as the community initiative to reduce violence and Strathclyde

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Police are committed to work with the Metropolitan Police and other

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forces, in England to share best practise in that regard. I, during

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the recess spent six days with the police as part of the Parliamentary

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police scheme. I have to say among the people I work with, there is

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some concern that the call on Scottish forces will deny them for

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example any holidays in August next year, during Olympics. And also the

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question about the impact on the budget of Scottish forces. Is the

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Secretary of State hoping to get adequate recompense for the

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Scottish forces for the contribution they have made, will

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make to the future of English policing? The honourable member

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will know there are arrangements in place with the Home Office when

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police forces are deployed from other parts of the United Kingdom,

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but I am sure the Home Secretary will have heard the specific points,

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that he has made, and we will, I will raise them directly also with

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the Scottish Government. This is a question from a Conservative MP

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about the West Lothian question. With permission Mr Speakerly answer

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questions eight, nine, ten and 11 together. I have regular

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discussions with my right honourable friend the Deputy Prime

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Minister on a range of issue, the Government last week set out the

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steps we were taking to establish a commission on the West Lothian

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question. Will the Secretary of State tell the House what the

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timescale for the Commission is, and will he reassure every one of

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us that the present unfair voting system is resolved by the end of

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this Parliament? Can I say to my honourable friend that the details

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of the remit and the timescale will be set out by my right honourable

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friend the constitution minister at the appropriate moment as he

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indicated earlier last week. As far as all the issues to be considered

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by the Commission are concerned, I am sure they have heard his opening

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bid. Will the Secretary of State make reputation to the Deputy Prime

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Minister to make sure it is taken into consider as part of the terms

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of reference on the Commission on the West Lothian question. Can I

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say specifically, the Commission will not be looking at the Barnett

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Formula or the funding arrangements round the UK. We have made a

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separate commitment within the coalition agreement which will look

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at all these matters when we have got our primary objective of

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sorting out the public finances, sorted well and good. Thank you.

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Will the minister confirm that the Commission will not only look at

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the issue with regards to Scotland, but also with regards to the other

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devolved assemblys in Wales and Northern Ireland? May I ask he

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repeated the first pat of his question again. There is far too

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much noise in the chamber which is very discourteous. The honourable

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gentleman should repeat his question. Will the minister confirm

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the Commission will not only look at the issue with regards to

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Scotland, but also with regards to the other devolved assembly? I am

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happy to confirm that, although it is called the West Lothian

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commission it will look at all issues to do with the matters we

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discussed before this House, regarding all parts of the UK.

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does the Secretary of State share my view resolving the question does

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not damage the union? I think what we have now got the opportunity to

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do, is ensure that we consider carefully the issues that have,

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were first posed back famously in 1977, but as we have seen

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devolution develop in recent years, we come more and more urgent for

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people to add cress. We are dene see that is done, that is, why with

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rethe first Government set up a commission to look at it and we

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look forward to them getting on with their work. Does the Secretary

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of State accept there is an elegance solution to the question.

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It is about Scotland having the normal powers of a normal nation

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and it is called independence. I say nobody could ever doubt's

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honourable gentlemans in this. It only begs the question why the

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Scottish Government is delaying having the referendum on

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independence. Thank you. Thank you Mr Speaker. Can I vieant the

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Secretary of State to ignore the little englaers behind him and the

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little Scotlanders behind me and come to the despatch box and tell

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us we are going to allow the Scottish MPs to the Scot r discuss

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Scotland as a grand committee. Can he reconvene that as soon as

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possible? May say that this was a plea that the honourable gentleman

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made on many occasions to the previous Government, we are of

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course keen to ensure that all matters Scottish continue to be

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debated in the appropriate way in this House and will ensure they are.

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Mr Speaker, I am sure the right honourable is embarrassed by the

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four questions that have been looped together which is planted by

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his frontbench. Can I ask him, when he is looking at these things will

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he remember London and treat Scotland the same way London has

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been treated. I have no idea what the honourable gentleman is saying

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about the way the questions have appeared. Perhaps he would like to

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look to the way the previous Government behaved. I have no idea

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if he is giving us an insight to we are determined, unlike the previous

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government, to recognise there San issue that needs to be discussed.

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It is complex b there are lots of issues we have to consider and then

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we can get on with this House doing all the work it needs to do.

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Speaker, as a West Lothian member of Parliament, does the minister

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not agree with me, it is unsatisfactory a commission on a

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constitutional issue affecting Scotland has been set up with no

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opportunity for any consultation on its terms of ren reference, nor any

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involvement by Parliament, until the Commission presents its

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findings. I am sorry that is the honourable's gentleman's attitude.

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I thought he would have welcomed the fact we are setting up the

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Commission. I am sure that when it is set up he will want to

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contribute to it. But particularly, on the terms of reference, my

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honourable friend the minister has made it clear, we will listen to

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all points that are made to us. House is in a very excitable state.

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It is not even lunchtime. The House must calm down and compose itself

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in an ordinary manner. Mr William bain. This is a question about

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National Insurance. Mr Speaker, as of 7th September HMRC has received

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922 application for the National Insurance holiday scheme from new

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businesses located in Scotland. Of the 396 applications received, for

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2010, 2011 financial year, 386 claimed the National Insurance

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contributions holiday, supporting approximately 1300 new jobs.

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Shouldn't the minister be lobbying the Chancellor to create a proper

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strategy for growth for Scottish manufacturing and construction

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instead of offering support for a scheme which has created less than

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so% of the jobs forecast and described by the Federation of

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Small Businesses in Scotland as badly designed, and failing to

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deliver at a time when the country needs new jobs. Mr Speaker, we

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certainly won't be taking any lectures from the party opposite on

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National Insurance, party that sought to introduce a jobs tax, in

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2009. I had the benefit of visiting the honourable members constituency

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last week, and I would have thought he would have welcomed the fact

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these jobs did not exist before, and they have a better chance of

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becoming permanent with the NIC holiday. Order. I want to hear Mr

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Angus McNeil. Thank you. It seems you are not alone! Job creation is

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maidgely affected by fuel costs. It is 1.50 a litre many my stit. A

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huge component is the cost of distribution. A few months ago the

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Secretary of State gave assurances he would look into. I wonder if he

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can update me. What I can update the honourable member is progress

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in receiving the derogation from the EU to allow fuel prices in his

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constituency, and other remote parts, to be lower than they

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currently are. I would have thought he would welcome this coalition

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Government delivering that commitment. I am photograph --

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afraid that is all we have time for at the moment. Because of the party

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political conferences which are just about to get under way, the

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next Scottish questions here at Westminster isn't until Wednesday

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