Wednesday 8 March 2006

2.30 pm Time for Reflection
followed by Parliamentary Bureau Motions
followed by Executive Business
followed by Business Motion
followed by Parliamentary Bureau Motions
5.00 pm Decision Time
followed by Members’ Business

Thursday 9 March 2006

9.15 am Parliamentary Bureau Motions
followed by Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party Business
11.40 am General Question Time
12 noon First Minister’s Question Time
2.15 pm Themed Question Time—
Justice and Law Officers;
Enterprise, Transport and Lifelong Learning
2.55 pm Executive Business
followed by Parliamentary Bureau Motions

5.00 pm Decision Time
followed by Members’ Business

COMMITTEE MEETINGS

Waverley Railway (Scotland) Bill Committee
6 March 2006
6th Meeting, 2006
The Committee will meet at 10.30 am in Committee Room 1

1. Waverley Railway (Scotland) Bill: The Committee will take evidence on the Bill at Consideration Stage from—

Group 42
George Baillie
Fran Baillie
Steve Purnell, ERM
Bill Sandland, Scottish Borders Council
Andrew McCracken, Scott Wilson Railways
Alison Gorlov, John Kennedy & Co
Sam Oxley, ERM
Steve Mitchell, ERM

Group 43
Kenneth Robertson
Alison Gorlov, John Kennedy & Co
Chris Bone, Turner and Townsend
Bill Sandland, Scottish Borders Council
Robin Forrest, Robert Forrest Ltd
Group 44
Sam Oxley, ERM
Andrew McCracken, Scott Wilson Railways

Group 45
Andrew McCracken, Scott Wilson Railways
Bill Sandland, Scottish Borders Council
Chris Bone, Turner and Townsend
Alison Gorlov, John Kennedy & Co
Andy Coates, ERM
Robin Forrest, Robert Forrest Ltd

Group 46
Kenneth Robertson
Wilma Lofthouse
Graham Lofthouse
Andrew McCracken, Scott Wilson Railways
Bill Sandland, Scottish Borders Council
Chris Bone, Turner and Townsend
Alison Gorlov, John Kennedy & Co
Robert Forrest, Robert Forrest Ltd

Group 48
Andrew McCracken, Scott Wilson Railways
Chris Bone, Turner and Townsend
Andrew Rosher, ALR Ltd
Alison Gorlov, John Kennedy & Co
Robin Forrest, Robert Forrest Ltd
Bill Sandland, Scottish Borders Council

Group 49
Steve Purnell, ERM
Steve Mitchell, ERM
Fiona Stephen, Anderson Strathern
Alison Gorlov, John Kennedy & Co
Andrew McCracken, Scott Wilson Railways

Group 50
Alison Gorlov, John Kennedy & Co
Andrew McCracken, Scott Wilson Railways
Steve Purnell, ERM
Steve Mitchell, ERM

Group 51
Andrew McCracken, Scott Wilson Railways
Steve Purnell, ERM
Steve Mitchell, ERM

2. Waverley Railway (Scotland) Bill (in private): The Committee will consider evidence taken during the meeting.

Proposed future business
At its next meeting on 13 March, it is expected that the Committee will continue to take evidence on the Waverley Railway (Scotland) Bill at Consideration Stage.
The Committee will continue to take evidence on the Waverley Railway (Scotland) Bill at subsequent meetings.

Equal Opportunities Committee
7 March 2006
5th Meeting, 2006

The Committee will meet at 10.00 am in Committee Room 1

1. Disability inquiry: The Committee will hear evidence from—
Allan Wilson MSP, Deputy Minister for Enterprise and Lifelong Learning.

2. Disability inquiry: The Committee will consider a report of its delegation to Norway.

3. PE522: The Committee will consider a petition by Mrs Carol Main, calling for the Scottish Parliament to encourage the Scottish Executive to investigate and remedy the issue of lack of care homes for young physically disabled people in Scotland, including the Tayside area.

4. Prohibition of Female Genital Mutilation (Scotland) Act: The Committee will consider post-enactment activities undertaken by the Scottish Executive.

Proposed future business
At its next meeting on 21 March, it is expected that the Committee will continue to take evidence on its Disability Inquiry – Removing Barriers and Creating Opportunities. The Committee also expects to hear from the Minister for Communities regarding the Scottish Executive’s strategy for an aging population.

Finance Committee
7 March 2006
7th Meeting, 2006

The Committee will meet at 10.00 am in Committee Room 2

1. Efficient Government: The Committee will take evidence on the Scottish Executive’s Efficient Government initiative from—Colin Mair, Chief Executive; and Dr Mark McAteer, Senior Development Manager, Improvement Service for Local Government.

2. Criminal Proceedings etc. (Reform) (Scotland) Bill: The Committee will consider its approach to the Financial Memorandum for the Criminal Proceedings etc. (Reform) (Scotland) Bill.

3. Item in private: The Committee will decide whether to consider its draft report on its inquiry into the cost of the Local Authority Single Status Agreement in private at its next meeting and any subsequent meetings.

4. Deprivation Inquiry (in private): The Committee will consider its draft report on its inquiry into deprivation.

Proposed future business
At its next meeting on 14 March, it is expected that the Committee will consider its approach to financial memoranda of forthcoming legislation; its draft report on its deprivation inquiry; and its draft report on its inquiry into the cost of the Local Authority Single Status Agreement.
The Committee expects to continue to take evidence on various Financial Memoranda at subsequent meetings.

Subordinate Legislation Committee
7 March 2006
8th Meeting, 2006

The Committee will meet at 10.30 am in Committee Room 6

1. Declaration of interests: Members who have yet to declare any relevant interests will be invited to do so.

2. Delegated powers scrutiny: The Committee will consider the delegated powers provisions in the following bill—
Bankruptcy and Diligence (Scotland) Bill at Stage 1.

3. Supplementary legislative consent memorandum: The Committee will consider the additional power to make subordinate legislation conferred on Scottish Ministers in the Legislative and Regulatory Reform Bill.

4. Legislative consent memorandum: The Committee will consider the powers to make subordinate legislation conferred on Scottish Ministers in the Police and Justice Bill.

5. Executive responses: The Committee will consider responses from the Executive to points raised on the following—

the Charity Test (Specified Bodies) (Scotland) Order 2006, (SSI 2006/draft);
the Further and Higher Education (Scotland) Act 1992 Modification Order 2006, (SSI 2006/draft); and
the Protection of Charities Assets (Exemption) (Scotland) Order 2006, (SSI 2006/draft).

6. Instruments subject to annulment: The Committee will consider the following—
the Sheep and Goats (Identification and Traceability) (Scotland) Regulations 2006, (SSI 2006/73);
the NHS Education for Scotland Amendment Order 2006, (SSI 2006/79);
the Older Cattle (Disposal) (Scotland) Amendment Regulations 2006, (SSI 2006/82);
the Road Traffic (NHS Charges) Amendment (Scotland) Regulations 2006, (SSI 2006/84);
Act of Sederunt (Fees of Shorthand Writers in the Sheriff Court) (Amendment) 2006, (SSI 2006/86);
the Additional Support Needs Tribunals for Scotland (Practice and Procedure) Rules 2006, (SSI 2006/88);
the Police Grant (Scotland) Order 2006, (SSI 2006/91); and
the Non-Domestic Rate (Scotland) Order 2006, (SSI 2006/92).

7. Instruments not laid before the Parliament: The Committee will consider the following—
the Charities and Trustee Investment (Scotland) Act 2005 (Commencement No. 2) Order 2006, (SSI 2006/74);
Act of Sederunt (Child Care and Maintenance Rules) Amendment (Vulnerable Witnesses (Scotland) Act 2004) 2006, (SSI 2006/75);
Act of Adjournal (Criminal Procedure Rules Amendment) (Vulnerable Witnesses (Scotland) Act 2004) 2006, (SSI 2006/76);
Act of Sederunt (Rules of the Court of Session Amendment) (Miscellaneous) 2006, (SSI 2006/83);
the Criminal Justice (Scotland) Act 2003 (Commencement No. 7) Order 2006, (SSI 2006/85);
Act of Sederunt (Rules of the Court of Session Amendment No. 2) (Fees of Shorthand Writers) 2006, (SSI 2006/87); and
the Local Government in Scotland Act 2003 (Commencement No. 3) Order 2006, (SSI 2006/89).

Proposed future business
At its next meeting on 14 March, it is expected that the Committee will continue to consider the Bankruptcy and Diligence etc. (Scotland) Bill at Stage 1. The Committee will also consider Scottish statutory instruments and other documents subject to Parliamentary procedure.

Procedures Committee
7 March 2006
5th Meeting, 2006

The Committee will meet at 11.30 am in Committee Room 4

1. Procedures relating to Crown appointments (in private): The Committee will consider a revised draft report.

Proposed future business
At its next meeting on 21 March, it is expected that the Committee member who took part in the visit to the Parliaments of Estonia and Finland on 22 and 23 February will report back to the Committee. It is also expected that the Committee will consider papers on its ongoing inquiry into motions and decisions and the Finance Committee’s inquiry into Accountability and Governance.

Health Committee
7 March 2006
6th Meeting, 2006

The Committee will meet at 1.30 pm in Falcon Scott Suite, Discovery Point, Dundee.

1. Care Inquiry: The Committee will take evidence from—

Panel 1
Councillor Glennis Middleton, Convener of Social Work, Angus Council
Robert Peat, Director of Social Work, Angus Council
Baillie Helen Wright, Convener of Social Work, Dundee City Council
Alan Baird, Director of Social Work, Dundee City Council

Panel 2
Mary Hartnoll, Convener, the Care Commission
Jacquie Roberts, Chief Executive, the Care Commission
David Wiseman, Depute Chief Executive, the Care Commission.
2. Subordinate legislation: The Committee will consider the following negative instruments—
the National Health Service (Variation of Areas of Greater Glasgow and Highland Health Boards) (Scotland) Order 2006, (SSI 2006/33); and
the National Health Service (General Ophthalmic Services) (Scotland) Amendment Regulations 2006, (SSI 2006/42).

Proposed future business
At its next meeting on 21 March, the Committee will take further evidence into its Care Inquiry and will consider its future work programme.

Enterprise and Culture Committee
7 March 2006
6th Meeting, 2006

The Committee will meet at 2.00 pm in Committee Room 6

1. Bankruptcy and Diligence etc. (Scotland) Bill: The adviser will brief the Committee at Stage 1 (Bankruptcy) of the Bill.

2. Bankruptcy and Diligence etc. (Scotland) Bill: The Committee will take evidence from—
Mr Mike Norris, Head of Policy, Insolvency Service, John Tribe, Centre for Insolvency Law and Policy, Kingston University London, Pat Boyden, Partner in Business Recovery Services, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, and Stephen Lawson, Member of the Technical Committee of R3-The Association of Business Recovery Professionals;
Brian McVey, Director of Policy and Performance, Scottish Enterprise;
Allan Wilson MSP, Deputy Minister for Enterprise and Lifelong Learning, Andy Crawley, Bill Team Leader, and Katrina McNeill, Policy Officer, Civil Justice and International Division, Scottish Executive Justice Department.

3. Legislative consent memorandum on the Company Law Reform Bill: The Committee will take evidence on memorandum LCM (S2) 2.1 on the Company Law Reform Bill, currently under consideration in the UK Parliament, from Allan MSP, Deputy Minister for Enterprise and Lifelong Learning, Joyce Lugton, Property Law Team Leader, Civil Law Division, Scottish Executive Justice Department, and Laura Bailie, Development Department Charity Law Team, Scottish Executive.

4. Subordinate legislation: Allan Wilson MSP, Deputy Minister for Enterprise and Lifelong Learning, to move motion S2M-3953—
that the Enterprise and Culture Committee recommends that the draft Renewable Obligations (Scotland) Order 2006 be approved.

5. Subordinate legislation: Allan Wilson MSP, Deputy Minister for Enterprise and Lifelong Learning, to move motion S2M-4048—
that the Enterprise and Culture Committee recommends that the draft Scotland Act 1998 (Transfer of Functions to the Scottish Ministers) (No. 2) Order 2006 be approved.

6. Bankruptcy and Diligence etc. (Scotland) Bill: The Committee will consider a report from the Finance Committee on the financial memorandum for the Bankruptcy and Diligence etc. (Scotland) Bill, as well as issues emerging from evidence taken so far.

7. Inquiry into business growth (in private): The Committee will consider a revised draft report.

Proposed future business
At its next meeting on 14 March, the Committee will take further evidence at Stage 1 on the Bankruptcy and Diligence etc. (Scotland) Bill.

Justice 2 Committee
7 March 2006
6th Meeting, 2006

The Committee will meet at 2.00 pm in Committee Room 4

1. Item in private: The Committee will consider whether to take item 5 in private.

2. Police, Public Order and Criminal Justice (Scotland) Bill: The Committee will take evidence on proposed Scottish Executive amendments to this Bill in relation to the management of sex offenders from—
Hugh Henry MSP, Deputy Minister for Justice
Ian Fleming, Police Division 1, Justice Department, Scottish Executive.

3. Police, Public Order and Criminal Justice (Scotland) Bill: The Committee will consider the Bill at Stage 2 (Day 2).

4. Legislative consent memorandum on the Police and Justice Bill: The Committee will take evidence on the legislative consent memorandum on the Police and Justice Bill, currently under consideration in the UK Parliament, from—
Hugh Henry MSP, Deputy Minister for Justice
Bill Barron, Police Division 1, Justice Department, Scottish Executive.

5. Work Programme: The Committee will consider its work programme.

Proposed future business
At its next meeting on Tuesday 14 March, it is expected that the Committee will consider the Police, Public Order and Criminal Justice (Scotland) Bill at Stage 2 and take oral evidence from Hugh Henry, Deputy Minister for Justice on fisheries.
The Committee expects to continue to consider the Police, Public Order and Criminal Justice (Scotland) Bill at subsequent meetings.

Local Government and Transport Committee
7 March 2006
7th Meeting, 2006

The Committee will meet at 2.00 pm in the Civic Centre in Motherwell

1. Items in private: The Committee will consider whether to take items 3 and 4 in private.

2. Freight transport inquiry: The Committee will take evidence from—
Panel 1
Gavin Scott, Policy Manager, Freight Transport Association

Panel 2
Phil Flanders, Director for Scotland, The Road Haualge Association;
Pat Glancey, Area Manager, The Road Haulage Association;
Ken Russell, John (G) Russell (Transport) Ltd.; and
Margaret Thompson, Transport Manager, D Thompson and Son Ltd.

Panel 3
Mike Hogg, General Manager Performance and Operations Development, EWS; and
Kay Walls, Commercial Manager Scotland, Freightliner

Panel 4
Andrew Malcolm, Chief Executive, The Malcolm Group.

3. Local Electoral Administration and Registration Services (Scotland) Bill: The Committee will consider the possible contents of its Stage 1 report.

4. Witness expenses: The Committee will consider a claim under the witness expenses scheme.

Proposed future business
At its next meeting on 14 March, it is expected that the Committee will begin to take oral evidence on the Planning etc. (Scotland) Bill.
The Committee will continue to take evidence on its inquiry into freight transport and on the Planning etc. (Scotland) Bill at subsequent meetings.

Communities Committee
8 March 2006
8th Meeting, 2006
The Committee will meet at 9.30 am in Committee Room 2

1. Planning etc. (Scotland) Bill: The Committee will take evidence at Stage 1 from—
Ann Coleman, Community Development Advisor, Greengairs Environmental Forum, Greengairs Community Council
Harald Tobermann, Chairman, Pilrig Residents’ Association
Douglas Murray, Secretary, Association of Scottish Community Councils and Jean Charsley, Secretary, Hillhead Community Council
Deryck Irving, Senior Development Officer, Greenspace Scotland
Petra Biberbach, Executive Director, Planning Aid for Scotland
Adam Gaines, Director, Disability Rights Commission, Equalities Co-ordinating Group
Stuart Hashagen, Co-Director, Scottish Community Development Centre
Roger Sidaway, Scottish Mediation Network
Anna Barton, Community Liaison Officer, Caringorms National Park Authority.

2. Petition PE924: The Committee will consider petition PE924 by the Cumbernauld Mast Relocation Group calling on the Scottish Parliament to urge the Scottish Executive to ban the siting of 3G and Tetra masts in residential areas until all the evidence which suggests they are a health risk has been examined by the Parliament.

3. Draft Scottish Planning Policy SPP 4 - Mineral Working: The Committee will consider a paper on Draft Scottish Planning Policy SSP 4 - Mineral Working.

Proposed future business
At its next meeting on 22 March, it is expected that the Committee it is expected that the Committee will continue to take oral evidence on the Planning etc. (Scotland) Bill.

Education Committee
8 March 2006
6th Meeting, 2006
The Committee will meet at 10.00 am in Committee Room 4

1. Items in private: The Committee will consider whether to take items 3 and 4 in private.

2. Scottish Schools (Parental Involvement) Bill: The Committee will agree a timetable and order of consideration for Stage 2 of the Scottish Schools (Parental Involvement) Bill.

3. Proposed Adoption Bill: The Committee will agree a remit for an adviser.

4. Work Programme: The Committee will note its future works programme.

5. Early years inquiry (in private): The Committee will consider a draft report.

Proposed future business
At its next meeting on 22 March, it is expected that the Committee will consider a draft report on its pupil motivation inquiry.
The Committee will undertake Stage 2 scrutiny of Scottish Schools (Parental Involvement) Bill at subsequent meetings.

Environment and Rural Development Committee
8 March 2006
8th Meeting, 2006
The Committee will meet at 10.00 am in Committee Room 6

1. Item in private: The Committee will consider whether to take item 4 in private.

2. Inquiry into developments in the biomass industry: The Committee will take evidence from—

Panel 1
Elaine Hanton, Senior Renewable Energy Manager, Highlands and Inlands Enterprise;
Ken MacDonald, Head of Economic Development, Perth and Kinross Council;
Audrey Martin, Senior Development/Planning Officer, Argyll and Bute Council;

Panel 2
Dr James Pendlebury, Economic and Business Policy Adviser;
Rebecca Carr, Wood Fuel Information Officer;
Richard Earle, Business Units Sustainability Project Officer, Forestry Commission Scotland;

Panel 3
Rhona Brankin MSP, Deputy Minister for Environment and Rural Development;
Dr Bob McIntosh, Director, Forestry Commission Scotland; and
Sue Kearns, Head of Renewables and Consents Policy Unit, Scottish Executive.

3. Subordinate legislation: The Committee will consider the following negative instruments—
the Foot-and-Mouth Disease (Slaughter and Vaccination) (Scotland) Regulations 2006, (SSI 2006/45);
the TSE (Scotland) Amendment Regulations 2006, (SSI 2006/46); and
the Sea Fish (Prohibited Methods of Fishing) (Firth of Clyde) Order 2006, (SSI 2006/51).

4. Crofting Reform etc. Bill: The Committee will consider its approach to the Bill at Stage 1 should it be designated as lead committee.

Proposed future business
At its next meeting on 15 March, it is expected that the Committee will begin consideration of the Animal Health and Welfare (Scotland) Bill at Stage 2. The Committee will also consider subordinate legislation, including an affirmative instrument, the draft Water Environment (Consequential and Savings Provisions) (Scotland) Order 2006.

Interests of Members of the Scottish Parliament Bill Committee
8 March 2006
1st Meeting, 2006
The Committee will meet at 10.00 am in Committee Room 5

1. Declaration of interests: Members will be invited to declare any relevant interests.

2. Choice of Convener: The Committee will choose a Convener.

3. Choice of Deputy Convener: The Committee will choose a Deputy Convener.

4. Interests of Members of the Scottish Parliament Bill: The Committee will consider the Bill at Stage 2 (Day 1).

Proposed future business
At its next meeting on 15 March, it is expected that the Committee will consider the Interest of Members of the Scottish Parliament Bill.

Public Petitions Committee
8 March 2006
5th Meeting, 2006
The Committee will meet at 10.00 am in Committee Room 1

1. New Petitions: The Committee will consider the following new petitions—
PE934 To review the Local Authorities’ Traffic Orders (Procedure) (Scotland) Regulations 1999. Dr J W Hinton will make a brief statement to the Committee in support of his petition accompanied by Dr Richard Burton.
PE938 For clear, transparent and meaningful public consultation when changes are proposed to public health services. Dr Patrick Mcnally will make a brief statement to the Committee in support of his petition.
PE936 To review the public health implications of siting oil depots in residential areas.
PE935 To ensure that when a Procurator Fiscal does not consider it in the public interest to proceed to a criminal prosecution, a full written explanation is provided to the alleged victim of the crime.
PE939 Severance payment for councillors as provided for in the Local Governance (Scotland) Act 2004.

2. Current Petitions: The Committee will further consider the following current petitions—
PE817 Reform of the law of trust. The Committee will consider a response from the petitioner.
PE805 Review of the National Parks (Scotland) Bill. The Committee will consider a response from the petitioner.
PE880 Local authority democratic accountability and accessibility of local elected representatives. The Committee will consider responses from the Scottish Executive, the Electoral Commission Scotland and Renfrewshire Council.
PE885 Amendment of Scots criminal law relating to sex offences. The Committee will consider responses from the Scottish Law Commission and the Scottish Executive.
PE887 Review of the long term planning, social, economic and transportation issues surrounding the creation of "new towns", such as Cumbernauld. The Committee will consider responses from North Lanarkshire Council, Architecture and Design Scotland, the Royal Incorporation of Architects and the Scottish Executive.
PE825 To ensure that every Scottish secondary school provides lockers for pupils’ use to stop pupils having to carry heavy bags throughout the school day, potentially causing back problems. The Committee will consider a response from the petitioner.
PE876 To conduct an inquiry into the future prospects for the Scottish haulage industry and any knock-on impact for the Scottish economy. The Committee will consider responses from the Scottish Executive, the Scottish Council for Development and Industry, the TGWU, the Confederation of Forest Industries and CBI.
PE894 To consider investment in infrastructure, rolling stock and timetabling as part of a strategic root and branch review of the provision of rail services between Inverness, Thurso and Wick. The Committee will consider responses from the Scottish Executive, First ScotRail, Network Rail, the Highland Rail Partnership, Friends of the Far North Line and Friends of the Earth.

Proposed future business
At its next meeting on 22 March, it is expected that the Committee will consider new petitions for and against a new Forth Road Bridge; Public Community Partnership funding; consultation in local planning issues; protection of rivers from fish-farm developments; equal access for children with both parents after separation; and issues relating to the investigation into the shootings at Dunblane Primary School in March 1996. It is also expected that the Committee will give further consideration to current petitions on health and safety hazards caused by seagulls; displaying judge’s names and recording court proceedings; maintaining and repairing roads, pavements and footpaths; affordable, accessible local transport for disabled people; the supervised taking of prescribed methadone; the sale or possession of swords in Scotland; institutional child abuse; and NHS Food for Good Charter.

BILL TRACKER

Animal Health and Welfare (Scotland) Bill (Ex)
Stage 1 (lead committee (Environment & Rural Development)) Report published 7 February, debate in the chamber 23 February.  No further dates have been set.

Bankruptcy and Diligence etc. (Scotland) Bill (Ex)
Stage 1 (Finance Committee) 31 January, indications are the bill will receive Royal Assent in May 2006
Budget (Scotland) (No.3) Bill (Ex)
Stage 2 (Finance Committee) completed 31 January.  Bill passed on 9 February.

Edinburgh Tram (Line One) Bill (P)
Consideration Stage (Edinburgh Tram (Line One) Bill Committee)

Edinburgh Tram (Line Two) Bill (P)
Consideration Stage completed 21 December
Final Stage amendments may now be lodged with the clerks to the Edinburgh Tram (Line Two) Bill Committee

Interests of Members of the Scottish Parliament Bill (C)
Stage 2 (Interests of Members of the Scottish Parliament Bill Committee).  Standards in Public Appointments Committee 8 March 2006

Legal Profession and Legal Aid (Scotland) Bill                                                                                        Introduced 2 March 2006

Local Electoral Administration and Registration Services (Scotland) Bill (Ex)
Stage 1 (evidence, lead committee (Local Government & Transport) to be completed by 28 April 2006

Planning etc. (Scotland) Bill (Ex)
Stage 1 (evidence, lead committee (Communities)) 1 February
Stage 1 to be completed 19 May 2006

Police, Public Order and Criminal Justice (Scotland) Bill (Ex)
Stage 1 (debate, meeting of the Parliament) 2 February
Stage 1 Report – Justice 2 Committee (2nd Report, 2006)
Stage 2 – Justice 2 Committee, to be completed by 28 April 2006

Scottish Commissioner for Human Rights Bill (Ex)
Stage 1 (lead committee (Justice 1)) 1 February.  Report published 23 February.

Scottish Schools (Parental Involvement) Bill (Ex)
Stage 1 (lead committee (Education)).  Report published 8 February.

St Andrew’s Day Bank Holiday (Scotland) Bill (M)
Stage 1 (lead committee (Enterprise & Culture)) 24 January
The committee is to produce a further report, no date has been set, as yet, for publication
Waverley Railway (Scotland) Bill (P)

Consideration Stage (Waverley Railway (Scotland) Bill Committee)                                                         27 February, 6 March 2006

 

 

 

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