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Scottish Parliament Business: Thursday 14 March 2019

In Plenary

11:40am: Parliamentary Bureau Motions

11:40am: General Questions

12:00pm: First Ministers Questions

12:45pm: Members’ Business: Liam McArthur: 50th anniversary of the Longhope Lifeboat Disaster

2:30pm: Parliamentary Bureau Motions

2:30pm: Portfolio questions: Government Business and Constitutional Relations

Ministerial Statement: Update on the impact of Brexit on the Scottish further and higher education sectors

Scottish Government debate: Building on Scotland’s Strengths in Technology and Engineering to Become Europe’s Leading Space Nation

Business Motions

Parliamentary Bureau Motions

5:00pm: Decision time

In Committee
Culture, Tourism, Europe and External Affairs Committee
(9:00am, Room 1)
UK-EU Inter-institutional relations post-Brexit
Witnesses: Professor Michael Keating, Director, Centre for Constitutional Change and Professor Paul Cairney, Professor of Politics and Public Policy, University of Stirling.

Local commercial radio  
Witnesses: Corrie Martin, News Director, Regions, and Will Harding, Chief Strategy Officer, Global Radio

Public Audit and Post-legislative Scrutiny Committee (9:00am, Room 6) 
The 2017/18 audit of Scottish Social Services Council
Witnesses: Lorraine Gray, Chief Executive, and Maree Allison, Director of Regulation, Scottish Social Services Council, Paul Johnston, Director-General, Education, Communities and Justice, Colin Cook, Director Digital, and Michael Chalmers, Director for Children and Families, Scottish Government, Caroline Gardner, Auditor General for Scotland, Claire Sweeney, Audit Director, Performance and Best Value, Jillian Matthew, Senior Manager, and Gemma Diamond, Senior Manager, Audit Scotland.
 

 

Interview