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That the Parliament celebrates the pioneering robotic surgery service for prostate cancer treatment that has been introduced at the Western General Hospital in Edinburgh; understands that this will be used to treat men from across Scotland and has been jointly funded by Prostate Scotland, the Scottish Government and the NHS boards that are members of the South East Scotland Cancer Network (SCAN); understands that the £1.4 million da Vinci SI Surgical System has already helped to save the lives of 50 men and will allow access to the most up-to-date surgical treatment, and commends the team at the hospital and everyone associated with the successful Prostate Scotland appeal, Blue Horizon.Supported by: Bill Kidd, Kenneth Gibson, John Lamont, Ruth Maguire, Richard Lyle, Graeme Dey, Emma Harper, Richard Lochhead, Miles Briggs, James Dornan, Tom Arthur, Stuart Mc Millan, Bob Doris, John Mason, Neil Findlay, Clare Haughey, David Torrance, Jenny Gilruth, Clare Adamson, Ivan Mc Kee, Gil Paterson, Gillian Martin, Angus Mac Donald, Rachael Hamilton, Alison Johnstone, Sandra White, Alexander Burnett To ask the Scottish Government what training is given to police officers regarding how to determine the difference between sibling curiosity and sexual abuse or indecency; who (a) provides and (b) is given this training, and at what stage in an officer’s career this is provided.That the Parliament congratulates everyone associated with Airdrie-based suicide prevention charity, Chris’s House, on it being awarded £10,000 from the Big Lottery Fund; understands that Chris’s House is Scotland’s first 24-hour non-medical mental health crisis facility and provides support and assistance to people experiencing thoughts of suicide; believes that the money will allow the organisation to grow and expand, and wishes everyone involved with it all the best.Supported by: Miles Briggs, Jeremy Balfour, Fulton Mac Gregor, Graham Simpson, Edward Mountain, David Torrance, Sandra White, Colin Beattie, Richard Lyle, Bill Kidd, Alex Rowley, Joan Mc Alpine, Graeme Dey, Alison Harris, Alexander Burnett, Stuart Mc Millan, Gillian Martin, Jenny Gilruth, Alex Cole-Hamilton, Ivan Mc Kee, Tom Arthur That the Parliament congratulates everyone at All Saints' Primary School in Airdrie on it winning a prestigious sportscotland Gold School Sport Award; notes that this national award, which recognises innovation and achievement in delivering physical education and extracurricular sport, was presented to staff and pupils on 23 November 2016; understands that the initiative aims to encourage schools to continuously improve physical education and sport, but that a only a select few schools have Gold status, and wishes the staff and pupils continued sporting success. Very playful & get on great with kids & other animals.Dad is a Black staffy family pet who is brought up with another male dog She is Molly is almost 4 now.

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Where issues arise that concern the wider policy and legislative framework that Ministers are responsible for, then the Scottish Government would give due consideration to these.That the Parliament congratulates HMP Shotts Dads Group on winning the Co-production with Families and Services Award at the Quality Improvement Awards 2016; notes that the awards are the first of their kind in Scotland and have been designed to celebrate the range of quality improvement initiatives taking place across the country; understands that the group won the award for its Understanding Your Child Parenting Programme; recognises that the programme resulted in 80% of dads who attended having a greater understanding of their children’s behaviour, and wishes the group all the best in its future work.Supported by: Sandra White, Kenneth Gibson, Monica Lennon, Colin Beattie, Tom Arthur, Ash Denham, Bill Kidd, David Torrance, Alison Harris, Fulton Mac Gregor, Clare Haughey, Neil Findlay, Richard Lyle, Jenny Gilruth, Gillian Martin, Ivan Mc Kee, Clare Adamson, Angus Mac Donald That the Parliament celebrates the pioneering robotic surgery service for prostate cancer treatment that has been introduced at the Western General Hospital in Edinburgh; understands that this will be used to treat men from across Scotland and has been jointly funded by Prostate Scotland, the Scottish Government and the NHS boards that are members of the South East Scotland Cancer Network (SCAN); understands that the £1.4 million da Vinci SI Surgical System has already helped to save the lives of 50 men and will allow access to the most up-to-date surgical treatment, and commends the team at the hospital and everyone associated with the successful Prostate Scotland appeal, Blue Horizon.That the Parliament expresses its deep disappointment and concern at what it considers the failure of the EU to defend the fundamental civil rights of the people of Catalonia in respect of the violent attacks on pro-independence voters and residents by the Spanish authorities; condemns the reported comments of the European Commission's First Vice-president, Frans Timmermans, when he supported the actions of the Spanish police against Catalan citizens trying to exercise their democratic right to vote in the referendum, which it considers represented unwarranted brutality; expresses deep regret at what it sees as the EU’s lack of respect for the rights of national minorities, as expressed in Article 2 of the EU's founding treaty and Article 21 of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights; believes that, while the commission has no specific powers, it and its member states have a general responsibility to ensure that the fundamental rights of groups such as the Catalans are protected in accordance with European and international law; calls on all EU member states to singularly and collectively use every available diplomatic and political tool to persuade the Spanish Government to adhere to the fundamental principles governing the EU and to pursue a negotiated settlement between itself and the Government of Catalonia, and believes that such a settlement must respects civil rights and the right to self-determination, as laid out in the charter of the UN.

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Supported by: Richard Lyle, Kenneth Gibson, Ivan Mc Kee, Ash Denham, Angus Mac Donald, Bob Doris, Sandra White, John Mason, Christine Grahame, Gordon Mac Donald, David Torrance, Rona Mackay, Bill Kidd, Jenny Gilruth, Ben Macpherson, Stuart Mc Millan, Fulton Mac Gregor, John Finnie, Gillian Martin, Clare Haughey, Bruce Crawford, Maree Todd, Willie Coffey That the Parliament congratulates Caldervale High School, which is in Airdrie, on winning the Best School award at the 2017 North Lanarkshire Youth Arts Festival, which was held at Greenfaulds High School in Cumbernauld and showcased fine art from schools across Monklands; notes that the event was organised by the Visual Artist Unit, an organisation that supports and promotes the arts across Scotland; understands that Caldervale high’s art and design department was recognised for its submission of self-portraits and prints, and wishes the school every success with its future creative work.Public Audit and Post-legislative Scrutiny Committee 09 November 2017 [Draft] : 09 November 2017 Alex Neil If you have a forecast of the level and shape of demand, is it possible for the committee to get a copy of it?



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