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Summary of Today’s Business

Meetings of Committees

9.30 am Communities Committee Committee Room 4
9.45 am Justice 1 Committee Committee Room 6
10.00 am Environment and Rural Development Committee Committee Room 2
10.30 am Education Committee Committee Room 1

Meeting of the Parliament

2.15 pm Time for Reflection - Rt Rev David W. Lacy, Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland
followed by Scottish Parliamentary Corporate Body Question Time
followed by Parliamentary Bureau Motions
followed by Stage 1 Debate: Council Tax Abolition and Service Tax Introduction (Scotland) Bill
followed by Business Motion
followed by Parliamentary Bureau Motions
5.00 pm Decision Time
followed by Members’ Business – Debate on the subject of S2M-3839 Mr Andrew Welsh: Community and Village Halls

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

Contents

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

Announcements

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