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Scottish Parliament Business: Thursday 10 January 2019

In Plenary

11:40am: Parliamentary Bureau Motions

11:40am: General Questions

12:00pm: First Minister's Questions

12:45pm: Members' Business - Mark Griffin: Marie Curie and Macmillan Cancer Support, Getting it right for carers supporting someone at the end of life

2:30pm: Parliamentary Bureau Motions

2:30pm: Scottish Government Debate: Future Rural Policy and Support in Scotland

Business Motions

Parliamentary Bureau Motions

5:00pm: Decision Time

In Committee
Culture, Tourism, Europe and External Affairs Committee (Robert Burns Room, 9:00am)
Budget Scrutiny 2019-20
Witnesses: Fiona Hyslop, Cabinet Secretary for Culture, Tourism and External Affairs, Jonathan Pryce, Director for Culture, Tourism and Major Events, David Seers, Head of Sponsorship and Funding, and Claire Tynte-Irvine, Deputy Director, International Division, Scottish Government.

Equalities and Human Rights Committee (James Clerk Maxwell Room, 9:30am)
Age of Criminal Responsibility (Scotland) Bill
Witnesses: Malcolm Schaffer, Head of Practice and Policy, Scottish Children’s Reporter Administration

Public Audit and Post-legislative Scrutiny Committee (Mary Fairfax Sommerville Room, 10:00am)
Post-legislative Scrutiny: Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002
Witnesses: Daren Fitzhenry, Scottish Information Commissioner and Margaret Keyse, Head of Enforcement, Scottish Information Commissioner

Public Petitions Committee (Adam Smith Room, 10:00am)
PE1533 on Abolition of non-residential social care charges for older and disabled people
Witnesses: Jeane Freeman, Cabinet Secretary for Health and Sport, Mike Liddle, Policy Manager, and David Fotheringham, Head of Adult Social Care Policy, Scottish Government
PE1545 on Residential care provision for the severely learning disabled
Witnesses: Jeane Freeman, Cabinet Secretary for Health and Sport, Gillian Barclay, Strategic Lead for Dementia, Learning Disabilities and Autism and Pauline MacDonald, Policy Officer, Autism and Learning Disabilities, Scottish Government



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