Scottish Parliament Business: Thursday 14 June 2018

In Plenary

11:40am: Parliamentary Bureau Motions

General questions

12pm: First Minister’s questions

Members’ debate on the Impact of Mossmorran Flaring (Alex Rowley, Lab, Mid Scotland and Fife)

Parliamentary Bureau Motions

Scottish Parliamentary Corporate Body Questions

Ministerial Statement on Human Trafficking – First Annual Progress Report

Standards, Procedures and Public Appointments Committee Debate on Sexual harassment and inappropriate conduct inquiry

Business motions

Parliamentary Bureau Motions

5:00pm: Decision time

In Committee

Social Security Committee (9:00am, room 2)
– Passported benefits – Evidence from Rob Gowans, Policy Officer, Citizens Advice Scotland; Michael McMahon, Campaigns and Policy Manager, Disability Agenda Scotland; Bill Scott, Director of Policy, Inclusion Scotland; Anne Baldock, Financial Inclusion Team Leader, One Parent Families Scotland; Mike Dailly, Solicitor Advocate & Principal Solicitor, Govan Law Centre; Hanna McCulloch, Policy and Parliamentary Officer, Child Poverty Action Group in Scotland

Equalities and Human Rights Committee (9:30am, room 1)
– Destitution, asylum and insecure immigration status in Scotland – Evidence from Natalia Jane Farmer, Senior Researcher,
ASH – Asylum Seeker Housing Project; Fiona MacLeod, Senior Policy and Public Affairs Officer, British Red Cross (Scotland); Eloise Nutbrown, CoSLA Strategic Migration Partnership, COSLA; Jennifer Ang, Director of JustRight Scotland, and member of the Immigration Law Practitioners Group in Scotland; Robina Qureshi, Director, and Edward Isaacs, Board Member, Positive Action in Housing; Graham O’Neill, Policy Officer, Scottish Refugee Council; Jo Ozga, Policy Officer, Scottish Women’s Aid

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Resident-led action group seeking redress from the long-term social, health and environmental impacts from the Mossmorran facilities in Central Fife operated by ExxonMobil (Fife Ethylene Plant) and Shell (Fife NGL).


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