PLENARY BUSINESS

Wednesday 13 April 2005

Time for Reflection – Rev Bob Brown, Queen’s
Cross Parish Church, Aberdeen

Parliamentary Bureau Motions

Independents’ Group
Debate: Meeting the Needs and Aspirations of People in Scotland

Parliamentary
Bureau Motions

Executive Debate: Women in Prison

Business Motion

Parliamentary
Bureau Motions

Decision Time

Members’ Business – Debate on the subject
of S2M-2482 Scott Barrie: Quality of Fife’s Train Services

 

Thursday 14
April 2005

Parliamentary Bureau Motions

Scottish National Party Business

General
Question Time

First Minister’s Question Time

Themed Question Time

Enterprise,
Lifelong Learning and Transport;

Justice and Law Officers

Executive Debate:
Skills

Parliamentary Bureau Motions

Decision Time

Members’ Business – Debate
on the subject of S2M- 2544 Phil Gallie: Hannah Research Institute -
Loss of Home Based Scientists

 

COMMITTEES

The Communities Committee will meet on 12 April 2005 at 9.30 am in Committee
Room 1 to discuss: 1. Housing (Scotland) Bill: The Committee will take evidence
at Stage 1 from—Panel 1 – COSLA: Councillor Sheila Gilmore, City
of Edinburgh Council; Michael Thain, Private Housing Strategy Manager, City
of Edinburgh Council; Councillor Iain McMillan, Renfrewshire Council; Ron Ashton,
Director of Housing, Angus Council; Jason McDonald, Policy Manager, COSLA.
Panel 2 – The Repairing Standard and Scheme of Assistance: Robert Thomson,
National Co-ordinator, Care and Repair Forum Scotland; Angela Yih, Housing
Policy Officer, Age Concern Scotland. 2. Subordinate legislation: The Committee
will consider the following negative instrument— the Home Energy Efficiency
Scheme Amendment (Scotland) Regulations 2005, (SSI 2005/144). 3. Proposed
planning bill
: The Committee will consider its approach to pre-legislative events for
the proposed planning bill.

Proposed future business

At its next meeting on 19
April, it is expected that the Committee will continue to consider oral evidence
on the Housing (Scotland) Bill.

 

The Equal Opportunities Committee will meet
on 12 April 2005 at 10.00 am in Committee Room 4 to discuss: 1.
Item in private
: The Committee will consider whether to take item 6 in private. 2.
Declaration
of interests
: The new member of the Committee will be invited to declare
any relevant interests. 3. Gypsy/Travellers – Review of progress: The Committee
will take evidence from Panel 1: Yvonne Summers, Communities Scotland. Panel
2: Ali Jarvis, Commission for Racial Equality; Chris Oswald, Commission for
Racial Equality; Rosemarie McIlwhan, Scottish Human Rights Centre. 4.
Petition PE760
: The Committee will consider petition PE760 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. 5.
Subordinate legislation
: The Committee will consider the following negative instrument:
the Gender Recognition (Disclosure of Information) (Scotland) Order 2005 (SSI
2005/125). 6. Prohibition of Female Genital Mutilation (Scotland)
Bill
: The
Committee will consider its approach at Stage 2.

Proposed future business

At
its next meeting on 26 April, it is expected that the Committee will consider
petition PE752.The Committee will also continue its inquiry into disability.

 

The Finance Committee will meet on 12 April 2005 at 10.00 am in Committee
Room 6 to discuss: 1. Management of Offenders etc. (Scotland) Bill: The Committee
will take evidence on the Financial Memorandum from: Andrew Brown,
Bill Team
Leader, Reducing Reoffending Division, Scottish Executive; George Burgess,
Head of Criminal Justice Group Projects Division, Scottish Executive;
Paul Cackette, Head of Civil Justice Division, Scottish Executive; andSharon
Grant,
Branch Head, Community Justice Services Division, Scottish Executive.
2. Budget process: The Committee will consider a proposal to update its previous
Review
of Budgetary Change.

Proposed future business

At its next meeting on
19 April, it is expected that the Committee will take oral evidence from the
Minister
for Finance on the Infrastructure Investment Plan; oral evidence from
Executive
officials on the Environmental Assessment (Scotland) Bill; and a paper
on its cross-cutting inquiry into deprivation. The Committee will continue
to take
evidence on the Infrastructure Investment Plan and consider the Financial
Memoranda of other bills at subsequent meetings.

 

The Procedures Committee will meet on
12 April 2005 at 10.30 am in Committee Room 2 to discuss: 1.
Sewel Convention
: The Committee will take evidence from: Bill Aitken MSP, Scottish
Conservative
and Unionist Party Business Manager; and George Lyon MSP, Scottish
Liberal Democrat Business Manager; and then from: Mark Ballard MSP, Business
Manager, Scottish Green Party; Carolyn Leckie MSP, Scottish Socialist
Party; and Margo
MacDonald MSP, Business Manager, Independents Group. 2.
Private legislation (in private)
: The Committee will consider a draft report.

Proposed
future business


At its next meeting on 26 April, the Committee will take further
evidence
on the
Sewel Convention Inquiry from a number of witnesses, including
the
Minister for Parliamentary Business. The Committee will also consider a
draft report on its Private Bills Inquiry and give initial consideration to
a
request
from
the Public Petitions Committee for changes to standing orders to
prohibit petitions lodged by MSPs and the re-submission of petitions closed
less than
a year previously.

 

The Subordinate Legislation Committee will meet on 12
April 2005
at 10.30
am in Committee Room 5 to discuss: 1. Delegated powers scrutiny:
The Committee will consider a response from the Executive on the delegated
powers
provisions in the following Bill: Smoking, Health and Social Care (Scotland)
Bill
at Stage
1. 2. Executive responses: The Committee will consider a response
from the Executive to points raised on the following: the Additional
Support Needs
Tribunals
for Scotland (Appointment of President, Conveners and Members
and Disqualification) Regulations 2005, (SSI 2005/155). 3. Draft
instruments subject
to approval
:
The Committee will consider the following— the Producer Responsibility
Obligations (Packaging Waste) Amendment (Scotland) Regulations 2005, (SSI 2005/draft).
4. Instruments subject to approval: The Committee will consider the following— the
Food Protection (Emergency Prohibitions) (Amnesic Shellfish Poisoning) (West
Coast) (No.3) (Scotland) Order 2005, (SSI 2005/208). 5.
Instruments subject to annulment
: The Committee will consider the following— the
Invergarry - Kyle of Lochalsh Trunk Road (A87) Extension (Skye
Bridge Crossing) Toll
Order (Revocation) Order 2005, (SSI 2005/167); the Advice and
Assistance (Scotland)
Amendment (No.2) Regulations 2005, (SSI 2005/171); the Building
(Forms) (Scotland) Regulations 2005, (SSI 2005/172); the TSE
(Scotland) Amendment
Regulations
2005, (SSI 2005/173); the Mental Health (Fee Payable to Designated
Medical Practitioners) (Scotland) Regulations 2005, (SSI 2005/175);
the Mental
Welfare Commission for Scotland (Prescribed Persons) Regulations
2005, (SSI 2005/176);
the National Health Service (Travelling Expenses and Remission
of Charges) (Scotland) Amendment (No.2) Regulations 2005, (SSI
2005/179); the Police
Pensions Amendment (Scotland) Regulations 2005, (SSI 2005/200);
the Intensive Support
and Monitoring (Scotland) Amendment Regulations 2005, (SSI
2005/201); the Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland (Authorised
Persons)
Regulations 2005, (SSI
2005/205); and the Mental Health (Provision of Information
to Patients) (Prescribed Times) (Scotland) Regulations 2005,
(SSI 2005/206).
6. Instruments
not subject
to Parliamentary procedure
: The Committee will consider the
following: the Food Protection (Emergency Prohibitions) (Amnesic
Shellfish
Poisoning) (West
Coast) (No.7) (Scotland) Order 2004 Partial Revocation Order
2005, (SSI 2005/177); the Food Protection (Emergency Prohibitions)
(Amnesic
Shellfish
Poisoning)
(West Coast) (No.9) (Scotland) Order 2004 Partial Revocation
Order 2005, (SSI 2005/191); the Food Protection (Emergency
Prohibitions)
(Amnesic Shellfish
Poisoning) (West Coast) (No.13) (Scotland) Order 2004 Revocation
Order 2005,
(SSI 2005/202); the Food Protection (Emergency Prohibitions)
(Amnesic Shellfish Poisoning) (West Coast) (No.5) (Scotland)
Order 2004
Partial Revocation
Order 2005, (SSI 2005/203); the Food Protection (Emergency
Prohibitions) (Amnesic
Shellfish Poisoning) (West Coast) (No.10) (Scotland) Order
2004 Revocation Order 2005, (SSI 2005/204); and the Food Protection
(Emergency Prohibitions)
(Amnesic Shellfish Poisoning) (West Coast) (No.6) (Scotland)
Order
2004 Revocation Order 2005, (SSI 2005/210). 7. Instruments
not laid before the
Parliament
:
The Committee will consider the following:Act of Adjournal
(Criminal Procedure Rules Amendment No.2) (Miscellaneous) 2005,
(SSI 2005/160);
the Mental
Health (Care and Treatment) (Scotland) Act 2003 (Commencement
No.4) Order 2005, (SSI
2005/161); the Vulnerable Witnesses (Scotland) Act 2004 (Commencement)
Order 2005, (SSI 2005/168); the Salmon and Freshwater Fisheries
(Consolidation) (Scotland)
Act 2003 (Commencement) Order 2005, (SSI 2005/174); Act of
Adjournal (Criminal Procedure Rules Amendment No.3) (Vulnerable
Witnesses
(Scotland) Act 2004)
2005, (SSI 2005/188); Act of Sederunt (Ordinary Cause Rules)
Amendment (Gender Recognition Act 2004) 2005, (SSI 2005/189);
Act of Sederunt
(Child Care and
Maintenance Rules) Amendment (Vulnerable Witnesses (Scotland)
Act 2004) 2005, (SSI 2005/190); Act of Sederunt (Rules of the
Court
of Session
Amendment No.5)
(Miscellaneous) 2005, (SSI 2005/193); Act of Sederunt (Rules
of the Court of Session Amendment No.6) (Asylum and Immigration
(Treatment
of Claimants,
etc.)
Act 2004) 2005, (SSI 2005/198); Act of Sederunt (Messengers-at-Arms
and Sheriff Officers Rules Amendment) (Caution and Insurance)
2005, (SSI 2005/199);
and
the Fire (Scotland) Act 2005 (Commencement No.1) Order 2005,
(SSI 2005/207).

Proposed
future business


At its next meeting on 19 April, it is expected that the Committee
will continue taking evidence on its inquiry into the regulatory
framework in Scotland.

 

The Enterprise and Culture Committee will meet on 12
April 2005
at 2.00 pm in Committee Room 6 to discuss: 1.
Inquiry into business growth
:
The Committee will take evidence from Professor Donald MacRae, Chief Economist,
Lloyds TSB Scotland. 2. Inquiry into business growth: The Committee will
consider a paper on the proposed methodology and timetable for the inquiry,
including
details of the Committee’s adviser and written evidence received
to date. 3. Scottish football: The Committee will consider an interim report
and discussion
paper.

Proposed future business

At its next meeting on 26 April, it is expected
that the Committee will consider oral evidence from BBC Scotland, on
its ongoing internal review.

 

The European and External Relations Committee will meet on
12 April 2005 at 2.00 pm in Committee Room 5 to discuss: 1.
Item in private
:
The committee will consider taking item 6 in private. 2. Inquiry
into the Scottish Executive’s Fresh Talent Initiative
: The Committee will consider a draft
Terms of Reference. 3. Pre- and post-EU Council scrutiny: The Committee will
discuss the agendas and information received from the Scottish Executive on
the following meetings of the Council of the EU – Forthcoming Councils:
ECOFIN Council, 12 April; Justice and Home Affairs Council, 14 April; Competitiveness
(Internal Market, Industry and Research Council), 18 April; Transport, Telecommunications
and Energy Council, 21 April; General Affairs and External Relations Council,
25-26 April; Agriculture and Fisheries Council, 26 April. Previous Councils:
Education, Youth and Culture Council, 21 February; Justice and Home Affairs
Council, 24 February; Agriculture and Fisheries Council, 28 February; Employment,
Social Policy, Health and Consumer Affairs Council, 3-4 March; Competitiveness
(Internal Market, Industry and Research) Council, 7 March; ECOFIN Council,
8 March; Environment Council, 10 March; Agriculture and Fisheries Council,
14 March; General Affairs and External Relations Council, 16-17 March. 4.
Sift of EC/EU documents and draft legislation
: The Committee will consider the latest
list of EC/EU documents and draft legislative proposals received for this meeting. 5.
Scotland’s contribution to the G8 Summit and the UK Presidency
of the EU 2005
: The Committee will consider a draft report.

Proposed future business

At
its next meeting on 26 April, it is expected that the Committee will hear
oral evidence in its Inquiry into the Scottish Executive’s Fresh
Talent Initiative.

 

The Health Committee will meet on 12 April 2005 at 2.00 pm in Committee Room
4 to discuss:1. Items in private: The Committee will consider whether to
take agenda item 4 in private. 2. Subordinate legislation: The Committee will
consider
the following negative instruments: the NHS Quality Improvement Scotland
(Amendment) Order 2005 (SSI 2005/115); the NHS Quality Improvement Scotland
(Establishment
of the Scottish Health Council) Regulations 2005 (SSI 2005/120); and the
Dissolution of Local Health Councils (Scotland) Order 2005 (SSI 2005/122) and
will take
evidence from: Andrew MacLeod, Head of Health Planning and Quality Division,
Scottish Executive Health Department; and Hector Mackenzie Head of Public/Patient
Focus and Quality Branch, Scottish Executive Health Department. 3.
Subordinate legislation
: The Committee will consider the following negative instruments:
the Community Care (Direct Payments) (Scotland) Amendment Regulations 2005
(SSI 2005/114); the Feeding Stuffs (Establishments and Intermediaries) Amendment
(Scotland) Regulations 2005 (SSI 2005/116); the National Health Service (Service
Committees and Tribunal) (Scotland) Amendment Regulations 2005 (SSI 2005/118);
and the National Health Service (General Ophthalmic Services) (Scotland)
Amendment Regulations 2005 (SSI 2005/128). 4. Smoking, Health and
Social Care (Scotland)
Bill
: The Committee will consider a draft Stage 1 report.

Proposed future business

The
Committee will consider a revised draft Stage 1 report on the general principles
of the Smoking Health and Social Care (Scotland) Bill at its meeting on 19
April. The Committee will next consider petitions at its meeting on 26 April,
including taking oral evidence from the Deputy Minister for Health and Community
Care.

 

The Justice 1 Committee will meet on 12 April 2005 at 2.00 pm in Committee
Room 2, to consider jointly, with the Justice 2 Committee, the following
item: 1. Justice and Home Affairs in Europe: The Committees will take evidence
from:
Cathy Jamieson MSP, the Minister for Justice; Valerie Macniven, Head of Civil
and International Group; and Fergus McNeil, Criminal Procedure Division,
the Scottish Executive.

 

The Justice 2 Committee will meet on 12 April 2005 at 2.00
pm in Committee Room 2, to consider jointly, with the Justice 1 Committee,
the following item: 1. Justice and Home Affairs in Europe: The Committees
will take evidence from: Cathy Jamieson MSP, the Minister for Justice, Valerie
Macniven,
Head of Civil and International Group and Fergus McNeil, Criminal Procedure
Division, the Scottish Executive.

 

The Local Government and Transport Committee will meet on 12
April 2005
at 2.00 pm in Committee Room 1 to discuss: 1.
Licensing (Scotland) Bill
: The Committee will take evidence at Stage 1 from— Panel
1: Paul Waterson, Chief Executive, Scottish Licensed Trade Association
(SLTA); and Colin Wilkinson, Secretary, Scottish Licensed Trade Association,
(SLTA).
Panel 2: Kevin Swoffer, Head of Technical Services, British Retail Consortium;
and David Poley, Director of Compliance and Good Practice, Portman Group.
Panel 3: Ian McAlpine, Coal Industry Social Welfare Organisation, Committee
of Registered
Club Associations; Melanie Ward, President, National Union of Students;
and Keith Robson, Director, National Union of Students. 2. Prostitution
Tolerance Zones (Scotland) Bill
: The Committee will consider its approach to further
consideration of the Bill. 3. Tendering of Ferry Services in the
Clyde and
Hebrides
: The Committee will consider its approach to further consideration
of the issue.

Proposed future business

At its next meeting on 19 April, it is
expected that the Committee will take evidence on the Licensing (Scotland)
Bill at Stage 1 and will begin Stage 2 consideration of the Transport (Scotland)
Bill. The Committee expects to continue evidence taking on the Licensing
(Scotland) Bill and Stage 2 consideration of the Transport (Scotland) Bill
at subsequent
meetings.

 

The Justice 2 Committee will meet on 12 April 2005 at 3.00 pm in
Committee Room 2 to discuss: 1. Item in private: The Committee will decide
whether to take item 5 in private. 2. Management of Offenders etc.
(Scotland) Bill - witness expenses
: The Committee will decide whether to delegate to
the Convener responsibility for arranging for the Scottish Parliament Corporate
Body to pay, under Rule 12.4.3, any expenses of witnesses in the inquiry.
3.
Management of Offenders etc. (Scotland) Bill
: The Committee will take evidence
from:Panel 1: Alan Baird and David Crawford, Association of Directors of
Social Work; Anne Ritchie, Head of Social Work Operations, West Dunbartonshire
Council
and Argyll, Bute and Dunbartonshire Criminal Justice Grouping; Helen Munro,
Director of Community Services, Stirling Council and Margaret Anderson, Head
of Service (Children and Families; Criminal Justice); Falkirk Council, both
Forth Valley Criminal Justice Grouping; Harry Garland, Director of Community
Social Services, Orkney Islands Council. Panel 2: Councillor Eric Jackson,
COSLA Social Work Spokesperson; Jim Dickie, Director of Social Work, North
Lanarkshire Council and COSLA; Stephen Fitzpatrick, Team Leader, Community
Resourcing, COSLA. 4. Subordinate legislation: The Committee will consider
the following negative instruments: The Antisocial Behaviour (Fixed Penalty
Offence) (Prescribed Area) (Scotland) Regulations 2005 (SSI 2005/106); The
Antisocial Behaviour (Amount of Fixed Penalty) (Scotland) Order 2005 (SSI
2005/110); The Antisocial Behaviour (Fixed Penalty Notice) (Additional Information)
(Scotland)
Order 2005 (SSI 2005/130). 5. Licensing (Scotland) Bill: The Committee will
consider the written evidence received.

Proposed future business

At its next
meeting on 19 April, it is expected that the Committee will consider the
written evidence on the Management of Offenders etc (Scotland) Bill and take
oral evidence
from prison and police; its draft report on the Youth Justice Inquiry and
its work programme. The Committee expects to continue to take evidence on
the Management
of Offenders etc. (Scotland) Bill at subsequent meetings.

 

The Justice 1 Committee will meet on 12 April
2005
at 3.30 pm in Committee Room 3 to discuss: 1.
Protection of Children and Prevention of Sexual Offences (Scotland) Bill
:
The Committee
will take evidence from: Hugh Henry MSP, Deputy Minister for Justice; Kirsten
Davidson, Criminal Justice Division, Scottish Executive; Hugh Dignon, Criminal
Justice Division, Scottish Executive; and Paul Johnston, Legal and Parliamentary
Services Solicitors, Scottish Executive. 2. Subordinate legislation: The
Committee will consider the following negative instruments— The Bail
Conditions (Specification of devices) and Restriction of Liberty Order (Scotland)
Amendment
Regulations 2005, (SSI 2005/142); The Criminal Legal Aid (Scotland) (Fees)
Amendment Regulations 2005, (SSI 2005/113); and The Police Grant (Scotland)
Order 2005, (SSI 2005/107).

Proposed future business


At its next meeting on 20
April, it is expected that the Committee will consider the Protection of
Children and Prevention of Sexual Offences (Scotland) Bill at Stage 2 (Day
1); and various
subordinate legislation. The Committee will continue to consider the Protection
of Children and Prevention of Sexual Offences (Scotland) Bill at Stage 2
at subsequent meetings.

 

The Environment and Rural Development Committee will meet
on 13 April 2005 at 12.45 pm in Committee Room 5 to discuss: 1.
Inquiry into rural development (in private)
: The Committee will consider reports from
recent fact-finding visits and options for proceeding with its inquiry into
rural
development. 2. Inquiry into climate change (in private): The Committee
will
consider a further draft report.

Proposed future business

At its next meeting
on 20 April, the Committee will begin to take oral evidence as part of
its Stage 1 consideration of the Environmental Assessment (Scotland) Bill.
The
Committee will continue to consider its draft report on its inquiry into
climate change (in private). The Committee will continue to take evidence
on the Environmental
Assessment (Scotland) Bill at subsequent meetings, scheduled for 27 April
and 11 and 18 May.

 

BILL TRACKER

Abolition
of NHS Prescription Charges (Scotland) Bill (M)
: Stage 1 (lead committee
(Health)) 1 February 2005

Baird Trust Reorganisation Bill (P): Introduced 27 October 2004

Budget
(Scotland) (No.2) Bill (Ex)
: Royal Assent 17 March 2005

Charities and Trustee
Investment (Scotland) Bill (Ex)
: Stage 2 (Day 1) Communities Committee 20
April 2005

[em]Stage 2 amendments may now be lodged with the Clerks to the Communities
Committee[/em]

Council Tax Abolition and Service Tax Introduction (Scotland) Bill
(M)
: Stage 1 (lead committee (Local Government & Transport)) 25 January
2005

Edinburgh Tram (Line One) Bill (P): Consideration Stage (Edinburgh Tram
(Line One) Bill Committee) 15 March 2005

Edinburgh Tram (Line Two) Bill (P):
Consideration Stage (Edinburgh Tram (Line Two) Bill Committee) 16 March 2005

Environmental
Assessment (Scotland) Bill (Ex)
: Stage 1 (Environmental and Rural Development
Committee) 9 March 2005

Family Law (Scotland) Bill (Ex): Stage 1 (evidence,
lead committee (Justice 1)) 11 May 2005

Fire (Scotland) Bill (Ex): Royal Assent 1 April 2005

Further and Higher Education (Scotland) Bill (Ex): Stage
3 (debate, meeting of the Parliament) 20 April 2005

[em] Amendments should be lodged
by 12 noon on 14 April with the Clerks to the Enterprise and Culture Committee[/em]

Gaelic Language (Scotland) Bill (Ex): Stage 3 (debate, meeting
of the Parliament) 21 April 2005

[em] Amendments should be lodged by 12 noon on 15
April with the Clerks to the Education Committee[/em]

Housing (Scotland) Bill (Ex): Stage 1 (evidence, lead committee (Communities))
12 April 2005

Licensing (Scotland) Bill (Ex): Stage 1 (evidence, lead committee
(Local Government & Transport)) 12 April 2005

Management of Offenders etc. (Scotland) Bill (Ex): Stage 1 (evidence,
lead committee (Justice 2)) 12 April 2005

Prohibition of Female Genital Mutilation
(Scotland) Bill (Ex)
: Stage 2 (Day 1) Equal Opportunities Committee
3 May 2005

[em]Amendments should be lodged by 12 noon on 27 April with the Clerks
to the Equal Opportunities Committee[/em]

Prohibition
of Smoking in Regulated Areas (Scotland) Bill (M)
: Stage 1 Report (Health
Committee) published 11 January 2005

Prostitution Tolerance Zones (Scotland)
Bill (M)
:
Stage 1 (evidence, lead committee (Local Government & Transport)) 1 March
2005

Protection of Children and Prevention of Sexual Offences(Scotland)
Bill (Ex)
: Stage 2 (Day 1) Justice 1 Committee 20 April 2005

[em]Amendments
to section 1 and to the schedule should be lodged by 12 noon on 15 April
with the Clerks to the Justice 1 Committee[/em]

Smoking, Health and Social Care (Scotland)
Bill (Ex)
: Stage 1 (lead committee (Health)) 12 April 2005

Transport
(Scotland) Bill (Ex)
: Stage 2 (Day 1) Local Government and Transport
Committee 19 April 2005

[em] Amendments to ss. 1 – 4, schedule 1 and ss.
5 – 13 should be lodged by 12 noon on 14 April with the Clerks to the
Local Government and Transport Committee[/em]

Water Services etc. (Scotland) Bill (Ex): Royal Assent
17 March 2005

Waverley Railway (Scotland) Bill (P): Preliminary Stage (Waverley
Railway (Scotland) Bill Committee) 21 March 2005

 

OTHER EVENTS

Audit Scotland Reception: Tuesday 12 April at 5.00pm

Cross-Party Group on Lupus:
Tuesday 12 April at 6.00pm

Cross-Party International Development Group of
the Scottish Parliament: Wednesday 13 April at 12.30pm and 5.00pm

Healthy
Eating Event: Wednesday 13 April at 1.00pm

Cross-Party Group on Sustainable
Forestry
and Forest Products: Wednesday 13 April at 5.30pm

Cross-Party Group
on Animal Welfare: Wednesday 13 April at 6.00pm

Association of Scottish Community
Councils: Thursday 14 April at 5.00pm

Scottish Council of Minorities:
Friday 15 April
at 8.00am

Transport Policy Explained – Holyrood Conference, Perth: Friday
15 April

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