PLENARY BUSINESS

Wednesday 20 April 2005

Time for Reflection: Iman Habib Ur Rahman Rauf, Glasgow Central Mosque

Parliamentary
Bureau Motions

Stage 3 Proceedings: Further and Higher Education (Scotland)
Bill

Business Motion

Parliamentary Bureau Motions

Decision Time

Members’ Business:
Debate on the subject of S2M-2376 John Swinney: Boundaries of Cairngorms National
Park

 

Thursday 21 April 2005

Parliamentary Bureau Motions

Health Committee Debate: Access to Dental Health
Services in Scotland

General Question Time

First Minister’s Question Time

Themed
Question Time

Education and Young People, Tourism, Culture and Sport;

Finance
and Public Services and Communities

Stage 3 Proceedings: Gaelic Language
(Scotland) Bill

Parliamentary Bureau Motions

Decision Time

Members’ Business: Debate
on the subject of S2M-2650 Andrew Arbuckle: Protected Geographical Indicator
Status for Scotch whisky

 

COMMITTEES

The Audit Committee will meet on 19 April 2005 at 10.00am in Committee Room
5 to discuss: 1. Items in private: The Committee will consider whether to take
agenda items 4, 5 and 6 in private. 2. Committee Visits: The Committee will
consider a paper on possible visits to other legislatures. 3. AGS Report
on Bowel Cancer Services
: The Committee will receive a briefing on the report
by the Auditor General for Scotland entitled “A Review of Bowel Cancer
Services: An early diagnosis” (AGS/2005/2). 4. AGS Report on
Bowel Cancer Services
: The Committee will consider its approach to the report by the Auditor
General for Scotland entitled “A Review of Bowel Cancer Services: An
early diagnosis” (AGS/2005/2). 5. National Galleries: The Committee will
consider a draft report on its inquiry into the section 22 report by the Auditor
General for Scotland entitled “The 2003/04 Audit of the National Galleries
of Scotland.” 6. NHS Financial Performance Overview: The Committee will
consider a draft report on its inquiry into the report by the Auditor General
for Scotland entitled “Overview of the Financial Performance of the NHS
in Scotland” (AGS/2004/12).

Proposed future business

The next scheduled
meeting of the Committee is 26 April 2005.

 

The Finance Committee will meet
on 19 April 2005 at 10.00am in Committee Room 1 to discuss: 1.
Infrastructure Investment Plan
: The Committee will take evidence on the Infrastructure
Investment Plan from: Tom McCabe MSP, Minister for Finance and Public Reform;
Sandy
Rosie, Director, Financial Partnerships Unit, Scottish Executive; Alison
Ferguson, Senior Policy Manager, Financial Partnerships Unit, Scottish Executive;
and
Richard Dennis, Finance Co-ordination Team Leader, Scottish Executive Finance
and Central Services Department. 2. Environmental Assessment (Scotland)
Bill
: The Committee will take evidence on the Financial Memorandum from: Sandy
Cameron,
Deputy Director, Sustainable Development Directorate, Environment Group,
Scottish Executive; Jon Rathjen, Environmental Assessment (Scotland) Bill,
Team Leader,
Scottish Executive; and Janet Brunton, Environmental Assessment (Scotland)
Bill, Deputy Team Leader, Scottish Executive. 3. Cross-cutting
Inquiry into
Deprivation
: The Committee will consider a paper from its Budget Adviser.
4. Item in private: The Committee will decide whether to consider its draft
report
on the Financial Memorandum of the Management of Offenders etc. (Scotland)
Bill in private at its next meeting.

Proposed future business

At its next
meeting on 26 April, it is expected that the Committee will take oral evidence
from
Executive officials on the Housing (Scotland) Bill; oral evidence from
the Minister for Transport on the Infrastructure Investment Plan; its draft
annual
report; and a draft report on the Financial Memorandum of the Management
of Offenders etc. (Scotland) Bill. The Committee will continue to scrutinise
the
Efficient Government initiative and consider the Financial Memoranda of
other Bills at subsequent meetings.

 

The Subordinate Legislation Committee will
meet on 19 April 2005 at 10.30am in Committee Room 6 to discuss: 1.
Inquiry into
the regulatory framework in Scotland
: The Committee will take evidence
from
Margaret Curran MSP, Minister for Parliamentary Business. 2.
Delegated powers scrutiny
: The Committee will consider the delegated powers provisions
in
the Further and High Education (Scotland) Bill as amended at Stage 2.
3. Delegated powers scrutiny: The Committee will consider the delegated powers
provisions
in the Gaelic Language (Scotland) Bill as amended at Stage 2. 4.
Executive responses
: The Committee will consider responses from the Executive
to
points raised on the following: the Vulnerable Witnesses (Scotland) Act
2004 (Commencement)
Order 2005, (SSI 2005/168); the Advice and Assistance (Scotland) Amendment
(No.2) Regulations 2005, (SSI 2005/171); the National Health Service
(Travelling Expenses and Remission of Charges) (Scotland) Amendment (No.2)
Regulations
2005, (SSI 2005/179); and the Intensive Support and Monitoring (Scotland)
Amendment
Regulations 2005, (SSI 2005/201). 5. Draft instruments subject
to approval
:
The Committee will consider the Fire (Scotland) Act 2005 (Relevant
Premises) Regulations 2005, (SSI 2005/draft). 6. Instruments subject
to annulment
:
The Committee will consider the following: the Miscellaneous Food Additives
Amendment
(Scotland) Regulations 2005, (SSI 2005/214); the Smoke Flavourings
(Scotland)
Regulations 2005, (SSI 2005/215); and the Plant Health (Import Inspection
Fees) (Scotland) Regulations 2005, (SSI 2005/216). 7. Instruments
not subject to
Parliamentary procedure
: The Committee will consider the following:
the Food Protection (Emergency Prohibitions) (Amnesic Shellfish Poisoning)
(West
Coast)
(No.5) (Scotland) Order 2004 Revocation Order 2005, (SSI 2005/212);
and the Food Protection (Emergency Prohibitions) (Amnesic Shellfish Poisoning)
(West
Coast) (No.3) (Scotland) Order 2004 Revocation Order 2005, (SSI 2005/213).
8. 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); 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);
and Act of Sederunt (Messengers-at-Arms and Sheriff Officers Rules Amendment)
(Caution and Insurance) 2005, (SSI 2005/199).

 

The Communities Committee will
meet on 19 April 2005 at 2.00pm in Committee Room 2 to discuss: 1.
Housing (Scotland) Bill
: The Committee will decide whether to delegate to the
Convener
the responsibility of considering any claims for expenses by witnesses
received during its consideration of the Bill. 2. Housing (Scotland)
Bill
:
The Committee
will take evidence at Stage 1 from: Panel 1: Ian Gillies, Honorary
Secretary, Residential Faculty Board and Elizabeth Bruce, Assistant Director,
Royal Institute
of Chartered Surveyors; Alistair Kinnear, Managing Director, Surveys
Online; Kennedy Foster, Policy Consultant Scotland and Alex Solomon, Senior
Policy
Adviser, Council of Mortgage Lenders; Panel 2: Alison Hatrick, Chairman
of Scottish Branch, National Association of Estate Agents; Ron Smith, Chief
Executive,
Edinburgh Solicitors Property Centre; Bill Scouller, Chief Executive,
Glasgow Solicitors Property Centre; Ross McKay, Senior Member of the Conveyancing
Committee,
Law Society of Scotland; Panel 3: Professor Lorne Crerar, Managing
Partner, Harper Macleod LLP; Brian Gilmour, Business Development Manager, Countrywide
Residential Lettings; Keith Denholm, Director, Allied Surveyors; and
Panel
4: Ann Laird, Chair, Scottish Tenements Group.

Proposed future business

At
its next meeting on 20 April, it is expected that the Committee will consider
the
Charities and Trustee Investment (Scotland) Bill at Stage 2 (Day 1).

 

The Health Committee will meet on 19 April 2005 at
2.00pm in Committee Room 5 to discuss: 1.
Items in private
: The Committee will consider whether
to take agenda items 5 and 6 in private. 2. Subordinate
legislation
: The Committee will
consider the following negative instruments: 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 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).
3. Proposed Direct Elections to National Health Service
Boards (Scotland) Bill
: The Committee will consider a
statement of reasons for not consulting
on the
draft proposal and may take evidence from Bill Butler MSP. 4.
Annual report
: The Committee will consider a draft 2004-5
annual report. 5.
Post-legislative scrutiny
: The Committee will consider
its approach to its inquiry into the
implementation of the Regulation of Care (Scotland) Act 2001 and
the Community Care and Health (Scotland) Act 2002. 6. Smoking, Health
and Social Care (Scotland)
Bill
: The Committee will consider a draft Stage 1 report.

Proposed
future
business


At its next meeting on 26 April, the Committee will take evidence
from the Deputy
Minister for Health and Community Care on a number of public petitions.
At its meeting on 10 May the Committee will take evidence from the Haemophilia
Society, followed by the Minister for Health and Community Care,
on infection
with hepatitis C as a result of NHS treatment. The Committee also
expects to consider the Smoking, Health and Social Care (Scotland) Bill at
Stage 2
at
a number of meetings during May and June.

 

The Justice 2 Committee will meet on 19 April
2005
at 2.00pm in Committee Room 1 to discuss:
1. Item in
private
: The Committee will consider whether to take Item 5 in private. 2.
Management
of Offenders etc. (Scotland) Bill - written evidence
: The Committee
will consider written evidence received. 3. Management of Offenders
etc. (Scotland) Bill
- oral evidence
: The Committee will take evidence from: Panel 1: Tony
Cameron, Chief Executive, Scottish Prison Service; Alec Spencer, Director of
Rehabilitation
and Care, Scottish Prison Service; and Panel 2: David Croft, Governor,
HM Prison Edinburgh; Bill Millar, Governor, HM Young Offenders Institution
Polmont; Sue
Brookes, Governor, HM Prison Cornton Vale. 4. Subordinate
legislation
:
The Committee will consider the following negative instruments: The Antisocial
Behaviour (Fixed Penalty Notice) (Additional Information) (Scotland)
Order
2005 (SSI 2005/130); The Civil Legal Aid (Scotland) Amendment Regulations
2005 (SSI 2005/112); The Intensive Support and Monitoring (Scotland) Regulations
2005 (SSI 2005/129); The Intensive Support and Monitoring (Scotland)
Amendment
Regulations 2005 (SSI 2005/201); The Pensions Appeal Tribunals (Scotland)
(Amendment) Rules 2005 (SSI 2005/152). 5. Work programme: The Committee will
consider a
paper on its future work programme. 6. Youth Justice
Inquiry
: The Committee
will consider its draft report.

Proposed future business

At its next
meeting on 26 April, it is expected that the Committee will consider further
the Licensing
(Scotland) Bill. The Committee will continue to take evidence on the
Management of Offenders etc. (Scotland) Bill at subsequent meetings.

 

The Local
Government
and Transport Committee
will meet on 19 April 2005 at 2.00pm
in Committee Room 6 to discuss: 1. Transport (Scotland) Bill: The Committee
will consider
the
Bill at Stage 2 (Day 1). 2. Licensing (Scotland) Bill: The
Committee will take evidence from: Panel 1: Patrick Browne, Chief Executive,
Scottish
Beer and
Pub Association; Sue Allen, Vice President, Scottish Beer and
Pub Association; Panel 2: Councillor Duncan MacIntyre, Chair, Mid-Argyll, Kintyre
and
Islay Divisional Licensing Board; Councillor Rory Colville, Vice-Chair,
Mid-Argyll, Kintyre and Islay Divisional Licensing Board; Councillor Daniel
Kelly,
Chair,
Bute, Cowal and Lomond Divisional Licensing Board; Councillor
Phillip Attridge, Chairman, City of Edinburgh Licensing Board; Robert Millar,
Clerk,
City of
Edinburgh Licensing Board; and Panel 3: Dan Russell, Clerk
to the Licensing Board, South Ayrshire Council, SOLAR; Fiona Stewart, Depute
Clerk,
Aberdeenshire North Licensing sub-division, SOLAR; Councillor Jim Swan,
Chair of the Licensing
Bill Team, COSLA; Kathy Cameron, Policy Manager, COSLA.

Proposed
future business

At its next meeting on 26 April, it is expected that the Committee
will continue
to take oral evidence on the Licensing (Scotland) Bill and
to consider
the Transport (Scotland) Bill at Stage 2. The Committee expects to
continue taking
evidence on the Licensing (Scotland) Bill and considering the
Transport (Scotland) Bill at Stage 2 at subsequent meetings.

 

The Communities
Committee
will meet
on 20 April 2005 at 9.30am in Committee Room 6 to discuss:
1. Charities and Trustee Investment (Scotland)
Bill
: The Committee will
consider the Bill
at
Stage 2 (Day 1).

Proposed future business

At its next meeting
on 27 April, it is expected that the Committee will consider the Charities
and Trustee Investment
(Scotland) Bill at Stage 2 (Day 2).

 

The Education Committee will meet on 20
April 2005
at 10.00am in Committee Room 5 to discuss:
1. Items in private: The Committee will consider whether to take item 9 in
private.
2. Visit
to SMART Young People Project
: The Committee will note a report
as part of its
pupil motivation inquiry. 3. Subordinate legislation:
The Committee
will consider the Additional Support Needs Tribunals for Scotland
(Appointment of President,
Conveners and Members and Disqualification) Regulations
2005 (SSI 2005/155) under negative procedure and take evidence from: Robin
McKendrick,
Team Leader, Additional Support for Learning, Scottish Executive;
and Andrew
Mott, Policy
Officer, Additional Support for Learning, Scottish Executive. 4.
Child protection
: The Committee will be updated on the Scottish Executive’s
child protection reform programme. 5. Disclosures: The Committee will
be briefed on Disclosures
and take evidence from John Harris, Central Registered Body in Scotland.
6. School transport: The Committee will consider responses from local
authorities
regarding school transport policy. 7. Annual
report
: The Committee
will consider its draft annual report. 8. Expenditure
on education
:
The Committee will note
the means by which information on local government expenditure on education
can be made available to the Committee. 9. Appointment
of an adviser
:
The Committee will consider the appointment of an adviser for its early
years inquiry.

Proposed
future business

At its next meeting on 18 May, it is expected that the
Committee will take oral evidence in its pupil motivation inquiry;
on 25 May the Committee
plans to consider the draft Additional Support for Learning code of
practice and associated subordinate legislation. The Committee will
continue to take
evidence on its pupil motivation inquiry at subsequent meetings. The
Committee is conducting an inquiry into early years education and childcare
and will
take evidence later in the year.

 

The Justice 1 Committee will meet
on 20 April 2005 at 10.00am in Committee Room 4 to discuss:
1. Item in private: The Committee
will consider whether to take item 5 in private. 2.
Correspondence on Protection of Children and Prevention
of Sexual Offences
(Scotland) Bill
: The Committee
will take evidence from: Hugh Henry MSP, Deputy Minister
for Justice; Hugh Dignon, Criminal Justice Division, Scottish Executive; Kirsten
Davidson, Criminal
Justice Division, Scottish Executive; and Paul Johnston,
Legal and
Parliamentary Services Solicitors, Scottish Executive.
3. Protection of Children and Prevention
of Sexual Offences (Scotland) Bill
: The Committee will
consider the Bill at Stage 2 (Day 1). 4. Subordinate legislation: The Committee
will consider the
following negative instruments: Act of Sederunt (Fees
of Solicitors
and Witnesses in the Sheriff Court) (Amendment) 2005,
(SSI 2005/149); and Act of Sederunt
(Fees of Shorthand Writers in the Sheriff Court) (Amendment)
2005, (SSI 2005/150). 5. Family Law (Scotland) Bill: The Committee will consider
written evidence
received in relation to the Bill.

Proposed future business

At
its next
meeting on 27 April, it is expected that the Committee
will consider the Protection
of Children and Prevention of Sexual Offences (Scotland)
Bill at Stage 2 (Day 2).

 

The Public Petitions Committee will meet on 20 April
2005
at 10.00am in
Committee Room 2 to discuss: 1. New Petitions: The
Committee will consider the following new petitions: PE827 The Parliament’s Code of Conduct
regarding MSPs’ commitment of working time to parliamentary duties;
PE833 Local government boundaries as set out in the Local Government
(Scotland) Act 1994;
PE834 Consideration of health issues when considering planning applications
for the siting of mobile telephone masts; PE830 Review of National
Planning Policy Guideline NPPG19 regarding health issues; PE816 Compensation
for property
values affected by windfarm developments. 2.
Current Petitions
: The
Committee will further consider the following current petitions: PE573
Adults with incapacity
- the Committee will consider a further response from the Minister
for Health and Community Care; PE768 Agenda for Change: Speech and
Language Therapy -
the Committee will consider responses from the Minister for Health
and Community Care, the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapy
and Amicus; PE675 Conditions
at HM Prison, Peterhead - the Committee will consider a response from
the Petitioner; PE733 Egg stamping - the Committee will consider responses
from the Scottish
Egg Producers Retail Association; National Farmers Union Scotland;
British Egg Industry Council; British Free Range Egg Producers Association
and Dundee
University; PE801 Cramond and National Heritage Committee - the Committee
will consider responses from Historic Scotland, Scottish Natural Heritage
and the
City of Edinburgh Council; PE558 Elgin Bypass - the Committee will
consider responses from the Petitioner and Margaret Ewing MSP; PE807
Influence of supermarkets
on the food chain - the Committee will consider a letter from the petitioner
and a report from the Office of Fair Trading. 3.
Proposed Petitions
:
The Committee will consider the admissibility of a proposed petition. 4.
eEurope Awards for eGovernment Good Practice 2005
: The Committee will consider a paper
from the Clerk.

Proposed future business

At its next meeting on 27 April,
it is expected
that the Committee will consider; a draft Committee Annual Report;
new petitions on the impact of the Housing Stock transfer on Scottish
communities; review
of Scottish Executive policy on public libraries; Public Private Partnership
funding and funding to build new schools; Food Supplements (Scotland)
Regulations 2003; and current petitions on the Housing (Scotland) Act
2001; equine industry
in Scotland; rural school closures; food supplements; displaying Judges’ names
and recording court proceedings; methadone prescriptions;
recognition for cyclist Ian Steel; rod licensing
on the Border Esk and
will hear from the
Minister
for Transport on Glasgow airport parking.

 

The Environment
and Rural Development Committee
will meet on 20
April 2005
at 10.30am
in
Committee Room 1 to
discuss: 1. Environmental Assessment (Scotland)
Bill
: The Committee will take evidence
at Stage 1 from: Panel 1: Professor Colin T Reid,
Professor of Environmental Law, University of Dundee;
Dr Elsa Joao,
Director of Research, Graduate
School of Environmental Studies, University of
Strathclyde; David
Tyldesley, Principal,
David Tyldesley and Associates; Panel 2: Councillor
Alison Hay, Environment, Sustainability and Community
Safety
Spokesperson, COSLA; John Rennilson,
Director of Planning and Development, Highland
Council, COSLA; Kathy Cameron, Policy
Manager, COSLA; and Iain Sherriff, Head of Transportation,
Dundee
City Council, representing the Society of Chief
Officers of Transportation in Scotland. 2.
Subordinate legislation
: The Committee will consider
the following negative instruments: the Agricultural
Subsidies
(Appeals)
(Scotland) Amendment
Regulations 2005, (SSI 2005/117); the Inshore Fishing
(Prohibition of Fishing for Cockles)
(Scotland) Amendment Order 2005, (SSI 2005/140);
and the Common Agricultural
Policy Single Farm Payment and Support Schemes
(Scotland) Regulations 2005, (SSI 2005/143); and may take evidence
from the following
Scottish Executive
officials on SSI 2005/143: Linda Rosborough, Head
of CAP Management Division, SEERAD; John Brunton,
CAP Reform
Implementation
Branch,
SEERAD; and Paul
Neison, Assistant Chief Agricultural Officer, SEERAD.
3. Inquiry into climate change
(in private)
: The Committee will consider a further
draft report.

Proposed future business

At its next
meeting on
27 April, the Committee
will continue to take
oral evidence as part of its Stage 1 consideration
of the Environmental Assessment (Scotland) Bill.
The Committee
will continue to
take evidence on the Environmental
Assessment (Scotland) Bill at subsequent meetings,
scheduled for 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

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

[em]Amendments to s. 1, sch. 1 and
ss.
2 - 19 should be lodged by 12 noon on 15 April with the Clerks to the Communities
Committee[/em]

Council Tax Abolition and Service Tax Introduction (Scotland)
Bill (M)
: Stage 1 (lead committee (Local Government and 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 (evidence, Finance Committee) 19
April 2005, Stage 1 (evidence, lead committee (Environment and Rural Development))
20
April 2005

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

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

[em]Amendments should
be
lodged by 4.30pm
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 4.30pm on 15 April with
the Clerks
to
the Education Committee[/em]

Housing (Scotland) Bill (Ex): Stage
1 (evidence, lead committee
(Communities)) 19 April 2005

Licensing (Scotland) Bill
(Ex)
: Stage 1 (evidence, lead committee (Local Government and Transport))
19 April 2005, Stage
1 (Justice
2 Committee) 19 April 2005

Management of Offenders
etc. (Scotland) Bill
(Ex)
: Stage 1 (evidence, lead committee (Justice 2))
19 April 2005, Stage 1 (evidence,
Finance Committee) 26 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 (lead
committee (Local Government and Transport)) 12 April 2005

Protection of
Children and Prevention of
Sexual Offences (Scotland)
Bill (Ex)
: Stage 2 (evidence,
lead committee (Justice 1)) 20
April 2005, 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)) 19 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]

Waverley Railway
(Scotland) Bill (P)
: Preliminary
Stage
(Waverley Railway (Scotland) Bill
Committee)
27 April 2005

 

OTHER EVENTS

Holyrood conference on Education Reform: Tuesday 19 April 2005

Cross-Party
Group on Autistic Spectrum Disorder: Wednesday 20 April 2005 at 1.00pm

Land
Reform Act Reception, Committee Room 1, Scottish Parliament: Wednesday
20 April 2005 at 7.00pm

Cross-Party Group on Children and Young People: Thursday
21 April
2005 at 12.15pm

Kelvin Progress Club, Committee Room 3, Scottish Parliament:
Thursday 21 April at 1.00pm

Holyrood conference on Transport Policy
Explained: Friday 22 April 2005

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