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Summary of Today’s Business

Meetings of Committees

9.30 am The Edinburgh Tram (Line Two) Bill Committee Committee Room 1

9.45 am Justice 1 Committee Committee Room 2

10.00 am Environment and Rural Development Committee Committee Room 4

10.00 am Public Petitions Committee Committee Room 5

11.00 am Education Committee Committee Room 6

11.30 am Communities Committee Committee Room 3


Meeting of the Parliament

2.30 pm Time for Reflection - Father James Doherty, St Joachim’s Church, Carmyle

followed by Parliamentary Bureau Motions

followed by Stage 3 Proceedings: Environmental Assessment (Scotland) Bill

followed by Business Motions

followed by Parliamentary Bureau Motions

5.00 pm Decision Time

followed by Members’ Business – Debate on the subject of S2M-3325 Kenny MacAskill: HMV/Waterstones Takeover of Ottakar’s Book Stores

For full details of today’s business, see Section A. For full details of the future business, see Section B.

Contents

The sections which appear in today’s Business Bulletin are in bold

Section A: Today’s Business

- Meetings of Committees

- Meeting of the Parliament

Section B: Future Meetings of the Parliament

Section C: Future Meetings of Committees

Section D: Oral Questions

- Questions selected for First Minister’s Question Time

- Questions selected for response by Ministers and junior Scottish Ministers at Question Time

Section E: Written Questions – new questions for written answer

Section F: Motions and Amendments

Section G: Bills

- New Bills introduced

- New amendments to Bills

- Members’ Bills proposals

Section H: New Documents – new documents laid before the Parliament and committee reports published

Section I: Petitions – new public petitions

Section J: Progress of Legislation – progress of Bills and subordinate legislation