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Scottish Parliament Business: Thursday 8 March 2018

In Plenary

11:40am: Parliamentary bureau motions

General Questions

12:00pm: Questions to the First Minister

12:45pm: Member's business debate on Save the Greenbelt (Graham Simpson, Con, Central Scotland)

2:15pm: Parliamentary bureau motions

Scottish Parliamentary Corporate Body Questions

Government Debate on International Women's Day

Business motions

Parliamentary bureau motions

5:00pm: Decision time

In Committee

Culture, Tourism, Europe and External Relations Committee (9:00am, room 1)
- Scotland's Screen Sector - Evidence from Janet Archer, Chief Executive Officer, Creative Scotland; David Smith, Sector Director, Digital Technology and Sector Delivery, Scottish Enterprise; David Martin, Sector Manager, Creative Industries, Skills Development Scotland; David Oxley, Director of Business and Sector Development, Highlands and Islands Enterprise; Michael Cross, Interim Director, Access, Skills and Outcome Agreements, Scottish Funding Council
- UK Withdrawal from the European Union (Legal Continuity) (Scotland) Bill - Evidence from Dr Tobias Lock, Senior Lecturer in EU Law and Co-Director Europa Institute, University of Edinburgh;

Professor Nicola McEwen, Research Leader, UK in a Changing Europe 

 

Equalities and Human Rights Committee (9:00am, room 2)
- UK Withdrawal from the European Union (Legal Continuity) (Scotland) Bill: The Committee will consider issues relating to the Bill regarding the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights - Evidence from Dr Tobias Lock, Senior Lecturer in EU Law, University of Edinburgh 

 

Public Audit and Post-legislative Scrutiny Committee (9:00am, room 4)
- Early learning and childcare - Evidence on the Auditor General for Scotland's report from Caroline Gardner, Auditor General for Scotland;

Antony Clark, Assistant Director of Performance Audit and Best Value, Tricia Meldrum, Senior Manager, and Rebecca Smallwood, Senior Auditor, Audit Scotland; Caroline Gardner, Auditor General for Scotland; Antony Clark, Assistant Director of Performance Audit and Best Value, Tricia Meldrum, Senior Manager, and Rebecca Smallwood, Senior Auditor, Audit Scotland 

 

Standards, Procedures and Public Appointments Committee (10:00am, room 6)
- Sexual harassment and inappropriate conduct - Evidence from Maurice Golden, Business Manager for the Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party; Rhoda Grant, Business Manager for the Scottish Labour Party; Patrick Harvie, Business Manager for the Scottish Green Party; Bill Kidd, Chief Whip for the Scottish National Party; Willie Rennie, Business Manager for the Scottish Liberal Democrats.

Interview