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Scottish Parliament Business: Tuesday 11 June 2019

In Plenary

2:00pm: Time for reflection

Parliamentary Bureau Motions

Topical questions

Ministerial Statement: Update on P1 Standardised Assessments

Stage 3 Debate: Fuel Poverty (Target, Definition and Strategy) (Scotland) Bill

Stage 3 Proceedings: Human Tissue (Authorisation) (Scotland) Bill

Standards, Procedures and Public Appointments Committee Debate: Changes to Standing Orders

Committee Announcements

Business Motions

Parliamentary Bureau Motions

5:00pm: Decision Time

Members’ Business – Murdo Fraser: The Way of St Andrews

In Committee

Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform Committee (9:30am, Robert Burns Room)
Regional Marine Planning
Witnesses: Katie Gillham, Team Manager, Marine Ecosystems, Scottish Natural Heritage, Professor John Baxter, Professor Michael Burrows, Scottish Association for Marine Science, Charles Nathan, Marine Conservation Planner, RSPB Scotland, Annie Breaden, Senior Manager for Policy and Planning, Crown Estate Scotland, Linda Rosborough, Chair, Scottish Wildlife Trust and Patricia Hawthorn, Partner, Shepherd and Wedderburn and Director, Scottish Renewables.

Economy, Energy and Fair Work Committee (9:45am, David Livingstone Room)
Scottish National Investment Bank Bill
Witnesses: Derek Mackay, Cabinet Secretary for Finance, Economy and Fair Work, David Wilson, Programme Director, Scottish National Investment Bank Directorate, Rachel van Kempen, Head of Finance and Resourcing, Scottish National Investment Bank Directorate, and Fraser Gough, Parliamentary Counsel Office, Scottish Government

Justice Committee (10:00am, Mary Fairfax Somerville Room)
Subordinate legislation: Evidence on the Draft Presumption Against Short Periods of Imprisonment (Scotland) Order 2019
Witnesses: Humza Yousaf, Cabinet Secretary for Justice, David Doris, Head of Community Justice Interventions Unit, Peter Conlong, Head of Justice Analytical Unit, and Craig McGuffie, Solicitor, Directorate for Legal Services, Scottish Government

Subordinate legislation: Humza Yousaf (Cabinet Secretary for Justice) to move that the Justice Committee recommends that the Draft Presumption Against Short Periods of Imprisonment (Scotland) Order 2019 be approved

Secure care for children and young people in Scotland
Witnesses: Kirsten Hogg, Head of Policy, Barnardo's Scotland; Deborah Nolan, Practice Development Manager, Centre for Youth and Criminal Justice; Karen Dyball, Head of Children's Services (North West), Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership


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