PLENARY BUSINESS

Wednesday 2 November 2005

Time for Reflection - Rev Rosemary Frew, Minister of Abbotshall Parish Church, Kirkcaldy

Parliamentary Bureau Motions

Executive Debate: Freedom of Information

Ministerial Statement: Influenza Contingency Plans

Business Motion

Parliamentary Bureau Motions

Decision Time

Members’ Business - Debate on the subject of S2M-2758 Scott Barrie: A 21st Century Bridge for 21st Century Fife

Thursday 3 November 2005

Parliamentary Bureau Motions

Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party Business

General Question Time

First Minister’s Question Time

Themed Question Time-

Enterprise, Transport and Lifelong Learning;
Justice and Law Officers

Parliamentary Bureau Motions

Stage 3 Proceedings: Management of Offenders etc. (Scotland) Bill

Parliamentary Bureau Motions

Decision Time

Members’ Business - Debate on the subject of S2M-3461 Patrick Harvie: Air Pollution in Glasgow

COMMITTEES

The Equal Opportunities Committee will meet on 1 November 2005 at 10.00am in Committee Room 3 to discuss: 1. Budget process 2006-07: The Committee will take evidence on the Budget Process 2006-07 from Johann Lamont MSP, Deputy Minister for Communities. 2. An Independent Review into Policing and Race Relations in Scotland:
The Committee will take evidence from: Ali Jarvis, Commission for
Racial Equality (Scotland) and Paddy Tomkins, Association of Chief
Police Officers in Scotland. 3. Petition PE760: The Committee
will consider a petition by Mhairi McKean on behalf of the
Gypsy/Traveller Community Development Project and the Scottish Human
Rights Centre calling for the Scottish Parliament to investigate the
provision and cost of electricity for Gypsy/Traveller sites and
accessibility to the Central Heating and Warm Deal programme for people
in mobile homes.
Proposed future business
At its next
meeting on 15 November 2005 it is expected that the Committee will take
evidence on its Disability Inquiry into Removing Barriers and Creating
Opportunities. At subsequent meetings the Committee expects to continue
to take evidence on its Disability Inquiry into Removing Barriers and
Creating Opportunities.

The Finance Committee will meet on 1 November 2005 at 10.00am in Committee Room 1 to discuss: 1. Items in Private:
The Committee will decide whether to take item 3 in private and whether
to consider its draft report on the Financial Memorandum of the Council
Tax Abolition and Service Tax Introduction (Scotland) Bill in private
at its meeting on 8 November.  2. Cross-cutting Inquiry into Deprivation:
The Committee will take evidence from: Councillor Steven Purcell,
Glasgow Community Planning Partnership; Matthew Marr, adviser to Leader
of Glasgow City Council; Ron Culley, Chief Executive, Scottish
Enterprise Glasgow; Tom Divers, Chief Executive, Greater Glasgow Health
Board; Councillor Andrew White, West Dunbartonshire Community Planning
Partnership; Tim Huntingford, Chief Executive, West Dunbartonshire
Council; Councillor Anne McGovern, Fife Community Planning Partnership;
Douglas Sinclair, Chief Executive, Fife Council; and George Brechin,
Chief Executive, Fife Health Board.  3. Scottish Executive Budget Review Group: The Committee will consider a paper from the budget adviser and a submission to the Scottish Executive’s Budget Review Group.
Proposed future business
At
its next meeting on 7 November 2005 the Committee will be meeting in
Elgin, as part of its scrutiny of the Scottish Executive’s draft budget
2006-07. At its meeting on 8 November, it is expected that the
Committee will take oral evidence on the Financial Memoranda of the
Abolition of NHS Prescription Charges (Scotland) Bill and the Police,
Public Order and Criminal Justice (Scotland) Bill; consider its
approach to future financial memoranda; and consider its draft report
on the Financial Memorandum of the Council Tax Abolition and Service
Tax Introduction (Scotland) Bill.  In future the Committee will
continue to take evidence on its cross-cutting expenditure review of
deprivation; scrutinise the Executive’s budget proposals for 2006-07;
and scrutinise the financial memoranda of Bills at subsequent meetings.

The Edinburgh Tram (Line One) Bill Committee will meet on 1 November 2005 at 10.00am in Committee Room 2, to consider jointly, with Edinburgh Tram (Line Two) Bill Committee, the following item: 1. Edinburgh Tram (Line One) Bill and Edinburgh Tram (Line Two) Bill:
The Committees will take evidence on the Bills at Consideration Stage
from- Group 46 (Line One) and Group 6 (Line Two): Norwich Union Life
and Pensions Ltd, Promoter’s witnesses: Scott McIntosh, Senior
Consultant in Light Rail, Mott MacDonald; Gary Turner, Divisional
Director, Mott MacDonald; Stuart Turnbull, Divisional Director, Jacobs
Babtie; Steve Mitchell, Principal Consultant, Environmental Resources
Management (ERM); Aileen Grant, Principal Planner, City Development
Department, The City of Edinburgh Council; Archibald B Rintoul,
District Valuer, Scotland South East Valuation Office.  Objector’s
witnesses: Julian Cobourne, Asset Manager, Morley Fund Management Ltd;
Craig Wallace, Associate, Jones Lang LaSalle. Group 37 (Line One) and
Group 1 (Line Two): Mr and Mrs Elliott, Promoter’s witnesses: Gary
Turner, Divisional Director, Mott MacDonald; Stuart Turnbull,
Divisional Director, Jacobs Babtie; Mark M Bain, Senior Engineer, Mott
MacDonald; Steve Mitchell, Principal Consultant, Environmental
Resources Management (ERM); Leo Eyles, Project Director, Associate of
Steer Davies Gleave; Matthew Edgar, Director, Colliers CRE, Chartered
Surveyors & Property Consultants.  Group 38 (Line One) and
Group 2 (Line Two): Versicolor, Promoter’s witnesses: Gary Turner,
Divisional Director, Mott MacDonald ; Stuart Turnbull, Divisional
Director, Jacobs Babtie; Archibald B Rintoul, District Valuer, Scotland
South East Valuation Office.  Group 39 (Line One) and Group 4
(Line Two): Verity Trustees Ltd, Promoter’s witnesses: Gary Turner,
Divisional Director, Mott MacDonald; Steve Mitchell, Principal
Consultant, Environmental Resources Management (ERM); Archibald B
Rintoul, District Valuer, Scotland South East Valuation Office; Rahul W
Bijlani, Lawyer, Bircham Dyson Bell, solicitors & Parliamentary
Agents.  Objection 216 (Line One) and Objection 93 (Line Two):
Verity Trustees Ltd, Promoter’s witnesses: Gary Turner, Divisional
Director, Mott MacDonald; Steve Mitchell, Principal Consultant,
Environmental Resources Management (ERM); Archibald B Rintoul, District
Valuer, Scotland South East Valuation Office; Rahul W Bijlani, Lawyer,
Bircham Dyson Bell, Solicitors & Parliamentary Agents; Karen
Raymond, Principal Partner, ERM; Scott McIntosh, Expert Witness, Mott
MacDonald. Objection 217 (Line One) and Objection 98 (Line Two):
Haymarket Yards Ltd, Promoter’s witness: Gary Turner, Divisional
Director, Mott MacDonald.  2. Edinburgh Tram (Line One) Bill and Edinburgh Tram (Line Two) Bill (in private): The Committees will consider evidence taken during the day.
Proposed future business
At future meetings, the Committee will continue its scrutiny of the detail of the Bill at Consideration Stage.

The Audit Committee will meet on 1 November 2005 at 10.30am in Committee Room 5 to discuss: 1. Items in private: The Committee will consider whether to take agenda item 5 in private. 2. AGS Report on Water Overview:
The Committee will receive a briefing from the Auditor General for
Scotland on his report entitled “Overview of the water industry in
Scotland” (AGS/2005/6). 3. AGS Section 22 Reports: The
Committee will receive a briefing from the Auditor General for Scotland
on the section 22 reports entitled: The 2004/05 audit of Argyll and
Clyde Health Board; The 2004/05 audit of Grampian Health Board; The
2004/05 audit of Highland Health Board; The 2004/05 audit of
Lanarkshire Health Board; The 2004/05 audit of Western Isles Health
Board.  4. Audit Committee visit to Denmark: The Committee
will consider a paper on the visit to the Public Accounts Committee of
the Danish Parliament by members of the Audit Committee and the
Scottish Commission for Public Audit. 5. Consideration of Approach to AGS Reports:
The Committee will consider its approach to the report by the Auditor
General for Scotland entitled “Overview of the water industry in
Scotland” (AGS/2005/6) and the section 22 reports entitled “The 2004/05
audit of Argyll and Clyde Health Board”, “The 2004/05 audit of Grampian
Health Board”, “The 2004/05 audit of Highland Health Board”, “The
2004/05 audit of Lanarkshire Health Board” and “The 2004/05 audit of
Western Isles Health Board”.
Proposed future business
At
its next meeting on 15 November it is expected that the Committee will
receive briefings as appropriate according to the AGS publication
schedule.

The Subordinate Legislation Committee will meet on 1 November 2005 at 10.30am in Committee Room 6 to discuss:  1. Inquiry into the regulatory framework in Scotland: The
Committee will take oral evidence from: Bill Adamson, Branch Head -
Strategy and Coordination, Food Standards Agency Scotland; Sandy
McDougall, Branch Head - Contaminants, Hygiene, Additives and
Shellfish, Food Standards Agency Scotland; Dave Gorman, Operations
Manager, Scottish Environment Protection Agency; Campbell Evans,
Director of Government and Consumer Affairs, Scotch Whisky Association;
and David Williamson, Public Affairs Manager, Scotch Whisky
Association.  2. Delegated powers scrutiny: The Committee
will consider a response from the Executive on the delegated powers
provisions in the Management of Offenders etc. (Scotland) Bill as
amended at Stage 2. 3. Delegated powers scrutiny: The Committee
will consider a response from the Executive on the delegated powers
provisions in the Human Tissue (Scotland) Bill at Stage 1. 4. Executive responses:
The Committee will consider responses from the Executive to points
raised on the following: the Regional Transport Partnerships
(Establishment, Constitution and Membership) (Scotland) Order 2005,
(SSI 2005/draft); the Civil Partnership Act 2004 (Consequential
Amendments) (Scotland) Order 2005, (SSI 2005/draft); the Tryptophan in
Food (Scotland) Regulations 2005, (SSI 2005/479); the Food Hygiene
(Scotland) Regulations 2005, (SSI 2005/505); and the Smoking, Health
and Social Care (Scotland) Act 2005 (Commencement No.1) Order 2005,
(SSI 2005/492). 5. Draft instruments subject to approval: The
Committee will consider the following: the Civil Partnership
(Jurisdiction and Recognition of Judgments) (Scotland) Order 2005 (SSI
2005/draft); and the Victim Statements (Prescribed Courts) (Scotland)
Revocation Order 2005, (SSI 2005/draft). 6. Instruments subject to approval:
The Committee will consider the Food Protection (Emergency
Prohibitions) (Amnesic Shellfish Poisoning) (West Coast) (No.13)
(Scotland) Order 2005, (SSI2005/520). 7. Instruments subject to annulment:
The Committee will consider the following: the Additional Support Needs
Tribunals for Scotland (Practice and Procedure) Rules 2005,
(SSI2005/514); the Additional Support for Learning (Placing Requests
and Deemed Decisions) (Scotland) Regulations 2005, (SSI2005/515); the
Education (Additional Support for Learning) (Scotland) Act 2004
(Transitional and Savings Provisions) Order 2005, (SSI2005/516); the
Education (Additional Support for Learning) (Scotland) Act 2004
(Consequential Modification of Subordinate Legislation) Order 2005,
(SSI2005/517); the Additional Support for Learning (Co-ordinated
Support Plan) (Scotland) Amendment Regulations 2005, (SSI2005/518); the
Mental Health Tribunal for Scotland (Practice and Procedure) (No.2)
Rules 2005, (SSI2005/519); the National Assistance (Assessment of
Resources) Amendment (No.2) (Scotland) Regulations 2005, (SSI2005/522);
and the Victim Statements (Prescribed Offences) (Scotland) Revocation
Order 2005, (SSI 2005/526). 8. Instruments not laid before the Parliament:
The Committee will consider the following: Act of Sederunt (Rules of
the Court of Session Amendment No.8) (Miscellaneous) 2005,
(SSI2005/521); and Act of Sederunt (Sheriff Court European Enforcement
Order Rules) 2005, (SSI2005/523).
Proposed future business
At
its next meeting on 8 November the Committee will take evidence from
Committee Conveners in relation to its regulatory framework inquiry.
 

The Standards and Public Appointments Committee will meet on 1 November 2005 at 11.00am in Committee Room 4 to discuss: 1. Choice of Deputy Convener: The Committee will choose a new Deputy Convener. 2. Cross-Party Group on Dyslexia: The Committee will consider an application for recognition of a Cross-Party Group in the Scottish Parliament on Dyslexia. 3. Cross-Party Group on Malawi: The Committee will consider an application for recognition of a Cross-Party Group in the Scottish Parliament on Malawi. 4. Review of the Code of Conduct for MSPs: The Committee will consider how to progress its review of the Code of Conduct for MSPs. 5. Review of the Code of Conduct for MSPs - Scottish Parliamentary Standards Commissioner Act: The Committee will consider whether to revoke a Direction it made in April 2004 on reports of the Commissioner. 6. Scottish Human Rights Commissioner Bill: The Committee will consider its response to a call for evidence from the Justice 1 Committee.
Proposed future business
The Committee expects to continue its review of the Code of Conduct for MSPs.

The Enterprise and Culture Committee will meet on 1 November 2005 at 2.00pm in Committee Room 6 to discuss: 1. Item in private: The Committee will consider whether to take item 5 in private. 2. Declaration of interests: Karen Gillon MSP will be invited to declare any relevant interests. 3. Legislative consent Memorandum on London Olympics Bill:
The Committee will take evidence on the memorandum from the Scottish
Executive on the London Olympics Bill, currently under consideration in
the UK Parliament, from: Patricia Ferguson MSP, Minister from Tourism,
Culture and Sport, John Mason, Head of Tourism, Culture and Sport
Group, and John Gilmour, Head of Sports Stewardship Unit and Delivery
Branch, Scottish Executive. 4. Budget process 2006-07: The
Committee will take evidence from: Patricia Ferguson MSP, Minister from
Tourism, Culture and Sport, John Mason, Head of Tourism, Culture and
Sport Group, and Gavin Barrie, Head of Lottery Sponsorship Unit,
Scottish Executive; Iain Carmichael, Senior Director Finance, and
Charlie Woods, Senior Director Strategy and Chief Economist, Scottish
Enterprise; Forbes Duthie, Director of Corporate Services, and Sandy
Brady, Director of Strategy, Highland and Islands Enterprise; Nicol
Stephen MSP, Deputy First Minister and Minister for Enterprise and
Lifelong Learning, Chris McCrone, Head of Enterprise Finance Team, Jane
Morgan, Head of Enterprise Networks Division, Graeme Dickson, Head of
Enterprise and Industrial Affairs, and Mark Batho, Head of Lifelong
Learning Group, Scottish Executive. 5. Inquiry into reform of Scottish football: The Committee will consider a revised draft report.
Proposed future business
At
its next meeting on 8 November 2005 it is expected that the Committee
will consider a draft report on the Scottish Executive’s 2006/07 budget
proposals.

The Health Committee will meet on 1 November 2005 at 2.00pm in Committee Room 1 to discuss: 1. Items in private:
The Committee will consider whether to take agenda items 4, 5, 6 and 7
in private. The Committee will also consider whether to take the
consideration of a draft Human Tissue (Scotland) Bill Stage 1 report at
its next meeting in private. 2. Abolition of NHS Prescription Charges (Scotland) Bill:
The Committee will take evidence from: Stuart Bain, Chief Executive,
NHS National Services Scotland; Dr Philip Rutledge, Consultant in
Medicines Management, Public Health and Health Policy, NHS Lothian;
Scott Bryson, Pharmaceutical Adviser, NHS Greater Glasgow; Dr Jenny
Bennison, Deputy Chair (Policy), Royal College of General
Practitioners; May McCreaddie, Board Member for the Acute and
Supportive Division, Royal College of Nursing Scotland; James Temple,
Chairman, Scottish Pharmaceutical Federation; Angela Timoney, Chairman,
Scottish Executive, Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain;
Alison Macrobbie, Palliative/Community Care Pharmacist, Highland Area
Pharmaceutical Committee and Scottish Palliative Care Pharmacists
Association; Lindsay Isaacs, Policy and Public Affairs Co-ordinator,
Citizens Advice Scotland; Suzanne Clark, Chair, Patient Partnership in
Practice (P³);Elspeth Atkinson, Director, Macmillan Cancer Relief;
Chris White, Benefits Officer, Scottish Association for Mental Health;
Jim Milne, Dundee Anti-Poverty Forum and Scottish Campaign to Remove
All Prescription Charges (SCRAP); and Glyn Hawker, Scottish Organiser
(Health), UNISON.  3. Subordinate legislation: Lewis
Macdonald MSP, Deputy Minister for Health and Community Care, to move
the following motions: S2M-3441-That the Health Committee recommends
that the Food Protection (Emergency Prohibitions) (Amnesic Shellfish
Poisoning) (West Coast) (No. 12) (Scotland) Order 2005 (SSI 2005/497)
be approved; S2M-3443-That the Health Committee recommends that the
Food Protection (Emergency Prohibitions) (Paralytic Shellfish
Poisoning) (Orkney) (Scotland) Order 2005 (SSI 2005/506) be approved;
and S2M-3444-That the Health Committee recommends that the Food
Protection (Emergency Prohibitions) (Amnesic Shellfish Poisoning) (East
Coast) (Scotland) Order 2005 (SSI 2005/498) be approved.  4. Abolition of NHS Prescription Charges (Scotland) Bill: The Committee will consider the main themes arising from the evidence session, to inform the drafting of its Stage 1 report. 5. Care Inquiry: The Committee will consider the remit and method of proceeding with its Care Inquiry. 6. Hepatitis C evidence session: The Convener will update the Committee on the latest situation. 7. Budget Process 2006-07: The Committee will consider a second draft report on the Scottish Executive 2006-07 Draft Budget.
Proposed future business
At
its next meeting on 8 November the Health Committee will consider a
first draft of its Stage 1 report on the Human Tissue (Scotland) Bill.
The Committee expects to consider a further draft report on the Human
Tissue (Scotland) Bill at its meeting on 15 November.  Members of
the Committee will undertake a fact-finding visit on 21 and 22 November
to investigate the phased abolition of prescription charges in Wales as
part of its consideration of the Abolition of NHS Prescription Charges
(Scotland) Bill.

The Justice 1 Committee will meet on 1 November 2005 at 2.00pm in Committee Room 4, to consider jointly, with the Justice 2 Committee, the following items: 1. Budget Process 2006-07:
The Committees will take evidence from Jean Couper, Chairman, and
Lindsay Montgomery, Chief Executive, Scottish Legal Aid Board; and then
from Cathy Jamieson MSP, Minister for Justice, Robert Gordon, Head of
Justice Department and Ruth Ritchie, Justice Finance Team, Finance and
Central Services Department, Scottish Executive. 2. Budget Process 2006-07 (in private): The Committees will consider evidence received in relation to the Budget Process 2006-07.
Proposed future business
At
its next meeting on 2 November it is expected that the Committee will
consider the Family Law (Scotland) Bill at Stage 2 (Day 2).

The Local Government and Transport Committee will meet on 1 November 2005 at 2.00pm in Committee Room 5 to discuss: 1. Items in private:
The Committee will consider whether to take item 3 in private. The
Committee will consider whether to take consideration of its draft
report on the Budget process 2006-07 in private. 2. Budget process 2006-07:
The Committee will take evidence from: Panel 1: George Lyon MSP, Deputy
Minister for Finance, Public Service Reform and Parliamentary Business;
David Henderson, Head of Local Government Finance, Scottish Executive;
Graham Owenson, Team Leader, Local Government Expenditure and Grant
Distribution, Scottish Executive; and Craig Russell, Head of Division,
Efficient Government Delivery Group, Scottish Executive.  Panel 2:
Tavish Scott MSP, Minister for Transport; John Ewing, Head of Transport
Group, Scottish Executive; and Claire Dunbar-Jubb, Transport Group
Accountant, Scottish Executive.  3. Budget process 2006-07: The Committee will consider the possible contents of its report to the Finance Committee.
Proposed future business
At
its next meeting on 8 November it is expected that the Committee will
consider oral evidence on the Council Tax Abolition and Service Tax
Introduction (Scotland) Bill. The Committee expects to continue taking
oral evidence on the Council Tax Abolition and Service Tax Introduction
(Scotland) Bill at subsequent meetings.

The Justice 2 Committee will meet on 1 November 2005 at 3.30pm in Committee Room 4 to discuss:  1. Police, Public Order and Criminal Justice (Scotland) Bill:
The Committee will take evidence on the general principles of the Bill
at Stage 1 from: Anne Keenan, Deputy Director of Law Reform, and Gerard
Brown, Convener, Criminal Law Committee, The Law Society of Scotland;
Drew McKenzie, Advocate, and Iain Duguid, Advocate, Faculty of
Advocates.  And then from: Norman McFadyen, Crown Agent and Chief
Executive, Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service; John Service,
President, Procurators Fiscal Society.  2. Police, Public Order and Criminal Justice (Scotland) Bill (in private): The Committee will consider the main themes arising from the evidence session, to inform the drafting of its Stage 1 report.
Proposed future business
At
its next meeting on 8 November 2005 it is expected that the Committee
will consider the Police, Public Order and Criminal Justice (Scotland)
bill; oral evidence on the Police, Public Order and Criminal Justice
(Scotland) Bill.  The Committee expects will continue to take
evidence on The Police, Public Order and Criminal Justice (Scotland)
Bill at subsequent meetings.

The Communities Committee will meet on 2 November 2005 at 9.30am in Committee Room 2 to discuss: 1. Housing (Scotland) Bill: The Committee will consider the Bill at Stage 2 (Day 4).
Proposed future business
At
its next meeting on 9 November it is expected that the Committee will
consider a draft report on the 2006-2007 budget. The Committee expects
to consider Subordinate Legislation on Housing at subsequent meetings.

BILL TRACKER

Abolition of NHS Prescription Charges (Scotland) Bill (M)

Stage 1 (evidence, lead committee (Health)) 1 November

Animal Health and Welfare (Scotland) Bill (Ex)

Stage 1 (evidence, lead committee (Environment and Rural Development)) 23 November

Council Tax Abolition and Service Tax Introduction (Scotland) Bill (M)

Stage 1 (Finance Committee) 8 November

Stage 1 (evidence, lead committee (Local Government and Transport)) 8 November

Edinburgh Tram (Line One) Bill (P)

Consideration Stage (Edinburgh Tram (Line One) Bill Committee) 1 November

Edinburgh Tram (Line Two) Bill (P)

Consideration Stage (Edinburgh Tram (Line Two) Bill Committee) 1 November

Environmental Assessment (Scotland) Bill (Ex)

Stage 3 (debate, meeting of the Parliament) 9 November

Amendments should be lodged by 4.30pm on Thursday 3 November with the Clerks to the Environment and Rural Development Committee

Environmental Levy on Plastic Bags (Scotland) Bill (M)

Stage 1 (evidence, lead committee (Environment and Rural Development)) 2 November

Family Law (Scotland) Bill (Ex)

Stage 2 (Day 2) (Justice 1 Committee) 2 November

Housing (Scotland) Bill (Ex)

Stage 2 (Day 4) (Communities Committee) 2 November

Human Tissue (Scotland) Bill (Ex)

Stage 1 (Subordinate Legislation Committee) 2 November

Stage 1 (lead committee (Health)) 8 November

Interests of Members of the Scottish Parliament Bill (C)

Stage 1 (Finance Committee) 20 September

Licensing (Scotland) Bill (Ex)

Stage 2 completed 3 October

Stage 3 amendments may now be lodged with the Clerks to the Local Government and Transport Committee

Management of Offenders etc. (Scotland) Bill (Ex)

Stage 3 (debate, meeting of the Parliament) 3 November

Police, Public Order and Criminal Justice (Scotland) Bill (Ex)

Stage 1 (evidence, lead committee (Justice 2)) 1 November

Prostitution Tolerance Zones (Scotland) Bill (M)

Stage 1 (lead committee (Local Government and Transport)) 12 April

Scottish Commissioner for Human Rights Bill (Ex)

Stage 1 (lead committee (Justice 1)) 26 October

Scottish Schools (Parental Involvement) Bill (Ex)

Stage 1 (lead committee (Education)) 5 October

St Andrew’s Day Bank Holiday (Scotland) Bill (M)

Stage 1 (debate, meeting of the Parliament) 6 October

Waverley Railway (Scotland) Bill (P)

Consideration Stage (Waverley Railway (Scotland) Bill Committee) 19 December

OTHER EVENTS

Monday 31 October 2005

Holyrood Conference: The Scottish Executive Explained

World Youth Congress Ministerial Reception, Scottish Parliament Garden Lobby, 6.30pm

Tuesday 1 November 2005

World Association of SMEs, Scottish Parliament, P1.02, 5.00pm

Wednesday 2 November 2005

Cross-Party Group on Crofting, 12 noon

Cross-Party Group on International Development, 1.00pm

Scottish Alliance for Children's Rights, Scottish Parliament, P1.02, 6.00pm

Barnados Reception, Scottish Parliament Committee Room 1, 6.00pm

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