Business Bulletin Iris Ghnothaichean - Monday 3 June 2019

 
Monday 3 June 2019

Business Bulletin
Iris Ghnothaichean

Change to membership of the Parliamentary Bureau
The Presiding Officer wishes to inform Members that Rhoda Grant has replaced Neil Findlay as
the representative for the Scottish Labour Party on the Parliamentary Bureau.

Royal Assent
The Hutchesons’ Hospital Transfer and Dissolution (Scotland) Act 2019 (asp 5) received Royal
Assent on 31 May 2019.

Today's Business
Meeting of the Parliament                          Committee Meetings
There are no meetings today.                       There are no meetings today.

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 Chamber | Seòmar

Meeting of the Parliament
There are no meetings today.

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Committee Meetings
There are no meetings today.

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Future Meetings of the Parliament
Business Programme agreed by the Parliament on 29 May 2019

Tuesday 4 June 2019

2:00 pm Time for Reflection: Mr John Howieson, Celebrant, Humanist Society Scotland, Isle of
Skye
followed by Parliamentary Bureau Motions
followed by Topical Questions (if selected)
followed by Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party Debate: Justice
followed by Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party Debate: Economy
followed by Committee Announcements
followed by Business Motions
followed by Parliamentary Bureau Motions
5:00 pm Decision Time
followed by Members' Business — S5M-17177 Richard Lyle: Alzheimer Scotland Report,
Delivering Fair Dementia Care for People with Advanced Dementia

Wednesday 5 June 2019

1:30 pm Parliamentary Bureau Motions
1:30 pm Ministerial Statement: Progress on Delivering a Sustainable Aquaculture Sector
2:00 pm Portfolio Questions
Finance, Economy and Fair Work
Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform
followed by Stage 3 Proceedings: South of Scotland Enterprise Bill
followed by Business Motions
followed by Parliamentary Bureau Motions
5:00 pm Decision Time
followed by Members' Business — S5M-17050 Clare Adamson: Child Safety Week 2019

Thursday 6 June 2019

11:40 am Parliamentary Bureau Motions
11:40 am General Questions
12:00 pm First Minister's Questions
12:45 pm Members' Business — S5M-17253 Alex Cole-Hamilton: Trauma Recovery and Support
for First Responders
2:30 pm Parliamentary Bureau Motions
2:30 pm Portfolio Questions
Rural Economy

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followed by Stage 3 Proceedings: Fuel Poverty (Target, Definition and Strategy) (Scotland) Bill
followed by Business Motions
followed by Parliamentary Bureau Motions
5:00 pm Decision Time

Tuesday 11 June 2019

2:00 pm Time for Reflection
followed by Parliamentary Bureau Motions
followed by Topical Questions (if selected)
followed by Stage 3 Proceedings: Human Tissue (Authorisation) (Scotland) Bill
followed by Committee Announcements
followed by Business Motions
followed by Parliamentary Bureau Motions
5:00 pm Decision Time
followed by Members' Business

Wednesday 12 June 2019

1:15 pm Parliamentary Bureau Motions
1:15 pm Members' Business
followed by Portfolio Questions: Transport, Infrastructure and Connectivity; Justice and the Law
Officers
followed by Stage 3 Proceedings: Census (Amendment) (Scotland) Bill
followed by Business Motions
followed by Parliamentary Bureau Motions
5:00 pm Decision Time
followed by Members' Business

Thursday 13 June 2019

11:40 am Parliamentary Bureau Motions
11:40 am General Questions
12:00 pm First Minister's Questions
12:45 pm Members' Business
2:15 pm Parliamentary Bureau Motions
2:15 pm Scottish Parliamentary Corporate Body Questions
2:30 pm Portfolio Questions: Government Business and Constitutional Relations
followed by Stage 1 Debate: Restricted Road (20 mph Speed Limit) (Scotland) Bill
followed by Business Motions

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Chamber | Seòmar

followed by Parliamentary Bureau Motions
5:00 pm Decision Time

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Future Committee Meetings
This section includes the agendas of the forthcoming committee meetings and outlines proposed
future business, which may be subject to change. Committees have the right to take items in
private and this will be notified as far in advance as possible.
Many committees include details of their future business on their webpages, which can be
accessed on the committee hub page.
http://www.parliament.scot/business/committees/index.htm

Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform Committee
4 June 2019
19th Meeting, 2019
The Committee will meet at 9:00 am in the Robert Burns Room (CR1)
1.  Financial scrutiny: The Committee will take evidence from-

             Jacqueline Cottrell, Senior Policy Advisor, Green Budget Europe;
             Martin Nesbit, UK Director, Institute for European Environmental Policy;
             Jenni Hume, Campaign Manager, Have You Got the Bottle;
             Callum Blackburn, Head of Policy, Research and Evaluation, Zero Waste Scotland;
             Michael Cook, Chief Executive Officer, Community Resources Network Scotland.
2.     Wild Animals in Circuses (No. 2) Bill (UK Parliament legislation): The Committee will
       consider the legislative consent memorandum lodged by Roseanna Cunningham, Cabinet
       Secretary for Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform (LCM(S5)24).
3.     European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018: The Committee will consider whether the following
       instruments have been laid under the appropriate procedure—
             The Environment (EU Exit) (Miscellaneous Amendments) (Scotland) Regulations 2019
             (SSI 2019/175); and
             The Environmental Assessment (EU Exit) (Scotland) (Amendment) Regulations 2019
             (SSI 2019/178).
4.     Subordinate legislation: The Committee will consider the following negative instruments—
             The Environment (EU Exit) (Miscellaneous Amendments) (Scotland) Regulations 2019
             (SSI 2019/175); and
             The Environmental Assessment (EU Exit) (Scotland) (Amendment) Regulations 2019
             (SSI 2019/178).
5.     Financial scrutiny (in private): The Committee will consider the evidence heard earlier in
       the meeting.
6.     Climate Change (Emissions Reduction Targets) (Scotland) Bill (in private): The
       Committee will consider a draft Stage 2 report.

Proposed future business
For further information, contact the Clerk to the Committee, Lynn Tullis, on 0131 348 5240 or at
ecclr.committee@parliament.scot.

Economy, Energy and Fair Work Committee
4 June 2019
19th Meeting, 2019
The Committee will meet at 9:45 am in the David Livingstone Room (CR6)

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1.     Decision on taking business in private: The Committee will decide whether to take items
       4, 5 and 6 in private.
2.     Subordinate legislation: The Committee will consider the following negative instrument—
             The Public Procurement etc. (Miscellaneous Amendments) (Scotland) Regulations
             2019 (SSI 2019/173)
3.     Scottish National Investment Bank Bill: The Committee will take evidence on the Bill at
       Stage 1 from—
             Kerry Sharp, Director, Scottish Investment Bank, Scottish Enterprise;
             Rob Hunter, Director of Strategy, Development Bank of Wales.
4.     Scottish National Investment Bank Bill: The Committee will consider the evidence heard
       at today's meeting.
5.     Construction and Scotland’s Economy: The Committee will consider a draft report.
6.     Work programme: The Committee will consider its work programme.

Proposed future business
The Committee will next meet on 11 June. For further information, contact Alison Walker the Clerk
to the Committee, whose details are economy@parliament.scot on extension 0131 348 5403.

Delegated Powers and Law Reform Committee
4 June 2019
19th Meeting, 2019
The Committee will meet at 10:00 am in the Adam Smith Room (CR5)
1.  Decision on taking business in private: The Committee will decide whether to take items
    4, 5 and 6 in private.
2.  Instruments subject to negative procedure: The Committee will consider the following—
          National Health Service (General Dental Services) (Scotland) Amendment Regulations
          2019 (SSI 2019/174);
          Environment(EU Exit) (Miscellaneous Amendments) (Scotland) Regulations 2019
          (SSI 2019/175)
          Licensing (PersonalLicences: Supplemental and Transitional Provision) (Scotland)
          Order 2019 (SSI2019/177);
3.  Instruments not subject to any parliamentary procedure: The Committee will consider
    the following—
          Energy Act 2011 (Commencement No. 2) (Scotland) Order 2019 (2019/181 (C.5))
4.  Census (Amendment) (Scotland) Bill: The Committee will consider the delegated powers
    provisions in this Bill after Stage 2.
5.  Human Tissue (Authorisation) (Scotland) Bill: The Committee will consider the delegated
    powers provisions in this Bill after Stage 2.
6.  Fuel Poverty (Target, Definition and Strategy) (Scotland) Bill: The Committee will
    consider the Scottish Government's letter regarding proposed new delegated powers
    provisions in this Bill at Stage 3.

Proposed future business
At its next meeting, on 11 June 2019 the committee expects to consider subordinate legislation
and delegated powers in bills.

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 For further information, contact the Clerk to the Committee, whose details are provided at the end
of the Bulletin.

Health and Sport Committee
4 June 2019
16th Meeting, 2019
The Committee will meet at 10:00 am in the James Clerk Maxwell Room (CR4)
1.  Pre-Budget Scrutiny 2020-21: The Committee will take evidence as part of its Pre-Budget
    Scrutiny from—
          Stephen Fitzpatrick, Assistant Chief Officer, Older People's Services and South
          Operations, and Alan Gilmour, Planning Manager, Older People and South Locality,
          Glasgow City Integration Joint Board;
          Sandra Ross, Chief Officer, and Kenny O'Brien, Service Manager, Aberdeen City
          Integration Joint Board;
          Jim Forrest, Chief Officer, and Yvonne Lawton, Head of Strategic Planning, West
          Lothian Integration Joint Board.
2.  Subordinate legislation: The Committee will consider the following negative instrument—
          The National Health Service (General Dental Services) (Scotland) Amendment
          Regulations 2019 (SSI 2019/174).
3.  Pre-Budget Scrutiny 2020-21 (in private): The Committee will consider the evidence heard
    earlier in the meeting.

Proposed future business
As part of the Health and Sport Committee’s Primary Care Inquiry, aseries of Saturday public
panels will be taking place. The remaining dates are as follows: 1 June,Cambuslang, Glasgow; 8
June, Dunfermline and 15 June, Inverurie. For further information, contact the Clerk tothe
Committee, David Cullum on 0131 348 5210 or by email healthandsport@parliament.scot

Justice Committee
4 June 2019
16th Meeting, 2019
The Committee will meet at 10:00 am in the Mary Fairfax Somerville Room (CR2)
1.  Presumption Against Short Periods of Imprisonment (Scotland) Order 2019 [draft]: The
    Committee will take evidence from—
         Laura Hoskins, Head of Policy, Community Justice Scotland;
         Colin McConnell, Chief Executive, Scottish Prison Service;
         James Maybee, The Highland Council, representing Social Work Scotland;
         Kate Wallace, Chief Executive, Victim Support Scotland;
    and then from—
         Dr Katrina Morrison, Board Member, Howard League Scotland;
         Dr Sarah Armstrong, Scottish Centre for Crime and Justice Research, University of
         Glasgow;
         Professor Cyrus Tata, Director of the Centre for Law, Crime and Justice, University of
         Strathclyde;
    and then from—
         Rt Hon Lord Turnbull, Senator of the College of Justice, and Graham Ackerman,
         Secretary, Scottish Sentencing Council.

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2.     Subordinate legislation: The Committee will consider the following negative instrument—
            Title Conditions (Scotland) Act 2003 (Rural Housing Bodies) Amendment Order 2019
            (SSI 2019/172).
3.     Justice Sub-Committee on Policing: The Committee will consider a report back from the
       Sub-Committee meeting held on 30 May 2019.

Proposed future business
At its next meeting, on 11 June, the Committee expects to further consider the draft Presumption
Against Short Periods of Imprisonment (Scotland) Order 2019 and to take further evidence on
secure care places for children and young people in Scotland. For further information, contact
Stephen Imrie, the Clerk to the Committee on 0131 348 5195 or by email
stephen.imrie@parliament.scot

Rural Economy and Connectivity Committee
5 June 2019
19th Meeting, 2019
The Committee will meet at 9:00 am in the Mary Fairfax Somerville Room (CR2)
1.  Subordinate legislation: The Committee will consider the following negative instruments—
        The Motorways Traffic (Scotland) Amendment Regulations 2019 (SSI 2019/168)
        The A90 Trunk Road (Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route) (Stonehaven to Blackdog)
        (Prohibitions and Restrictions) Regulations 2019 (SSI 2019/166)
         The A956 Trunk Road (Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route) (Cleanhill to Charleston)
        (Prohibitions and Restrictions) Regulations 2019 (SSI 2019/167)
2.  Transport (Scotland) Bill: The Committee will consider the Bill at Stage 2 (Day 1).

Proposed future business
At its next meeting, on 12 June, the Committee expects to consider the Transport (Scotland) Bill at
Stage 2.
For further information, contact the Clerk to the Committee at rec.committee@parliament.scot

Local Government and Communities Committee
5 June 2019
17th Meeting, 2019
The Committee will meet at 9:45 am in the James Clerk Maxwell Room (CR4)
1.  Decision on taking business in private: The Committee will decide whether to take items 4
    and 5 in private.
2.  Empty homes in Scotland: The Committee will take evidence from-

            Sarah-Jane Laing, Executive Director, Scottish Land and Estates;
            Andrew Mitchell, Regulatory Services Manager, Housing and Regulatory Services, City
            of Edinburgh Council;
            Joan MacLellan, Senior Strategy Officer, Corporate and Housing Services, Falkirk
            Council;
            Maureen Flynn, Strategy & Policy Advisor, Housing & Technical Resources, South
            Lanarkshire Council;
            Isobel Butt, Vacant Property Development Officer, Perth and Kinross Council.

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3.     Subordinate legislation: The Committee will consider the following negative instrument—
            The Local Government Pension Scheme (Miscellaneous Amendments) (Scotland)
            Regulations 2019 (SSI 2019/161).
4.     Empty homes in Scotland: The Committee will consider the evidence heard earlier in the
       meeting.
5.     Non-Domestic Rates (Scotland) Bill: The Committee will further consider its approach to
       the scrutiny of the Bill at Stage 1.

Proposed future business
At its next meeting, on 17 June, the Committee expects to take evidence on the Non Domestic
Rates (Scotland) Bill at Stage 1.

For further information, contact the Clerk to the Committee, Peter McGrath, on 0131-348-5232 or
LocalGovernmentandCommunities@parliament.scot.

Education and Skills Committee
5 June 2019
19th Meeting, 2019
The Committee will meet at 10:00 am in the Robert Burns Room (CR1)
1.  Decision on taking business in private: The Committee will decide whether its
    consideration of evidence from its STEM inquiry should be taken in private at item 3 of
    today's meeting and at future meetings.
2.  STEM: The Committee will take evidence from-

           Susan Boyd, Primary Teacher;
           Elisabeth Kelly, Principal Teacher;
           Andrew Bruce, Deputy Director, Learning Directorate, Scottish Government;
           Ian Menzies, Senior Education Officer: Sciences and Learning, Education Scotland;
           Dr Sharon Macnab, Science Partnerships Manager, Glasgow Science Centre.
3.     Review of evidence: The Committee will consider the evidence it heard earlier.

Proposed future business
At its next meeting, on 12 June, the Committee expects to continue its STEM inquiry and to
consider pieces of subordinate legislation.
 For further information, contact Roz Thomson the Clerk to the Committee, whose details are
roz.thomson@parliament.scot or 0131 348 5222.

Finance and Constitution Committee
5 June 2019
13th Meeting, 2019
The Committee will meet at 10:00 am in the David Livingstone Room (CR6)
1.  Scotland's Economic and Fiscal Forecasts: The Committee will take evidence from-

            Dame Susan Rice, Chair, Professor Alasdair Smith, Commissioner, and John Ireland,
            Chief Executive, Scottish Fiscal Commission.

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2.     Work programme (in private): The Committee will consider its work programme.

Proposed future business
For further information, contact the Clerk to the Committee, whose details are provided at the end
of the Bulletin.

Culture, Tourism, Europe and External Affairs Committee
6 June 2019
17th Meeting, 2019
The Committee will meet at 9:00 am in the Robert Burns Room (CR1)
1.  Arts Funding: The Committee will take evidence from-

             Rona Alexander, Vice Chair, Voluntary Arts Scotland;
             Janie Nicoll;
       and then from—
             Kirsten Gow;
             Katriona Holmes;
             Emma Jane Park.
2.     Consideration of evidence heard (in private): The Committee will consider evidence heard
       earlier in the meeting.

Proposed future business
For further information, contact Stephen Herbert, Clerk to the Committee 0131 348 5234 or
europe@parliament.scot

Social Security Committee
6 June 2019
16th Meeting, 2019
The Committee will meet at 9:00 am in the James Clerk Maxwell Room (CR4)
1.  Social Security Support for Housing (in private): The Committee will consider a draft
    report.

2.     Work programme (in private): The Committee will consider its work programme.

Proposed future business
At its next meeting, on 13 June, the Committee expects to consider member appointments of the
Poverty and Inequality Commission. For further information, contact the Clerk to the Committee,
Anne Peat on 0131 348 5182 or by email at SocialSecurityCommittee@parliament.scot.

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Motions
Motions and amendments are usually printed the day after lodging. When an amendment is
lodged, then the original motion will be republished alongside it.

Motions and amendments can be published with symbols:

*      before the number indicates publication for the first time
*…*    around a section of text indicates changes to previously published material
R      indicates a member has declared a registered interest

The Parliamentary Bureau periodically deletes motions or amendments that are over six weeks old
and not scheduled for debate.

Questions regarding this section should be directed to the Chamber Desk.

Other new and altered motions and amendments

*S5M-17497 Neil Bibby: St Mirren WFC Plays Historic Match with Fairtrade Balls—That the
Parliament notes that St Mirren WFC played a historic match against West Park FC in SWFL
Division 2 - West/Central on 19 May 2019, which was the team’s first match in the Simple Digital
Arena; understands that the match was played using Fairtrade footballs provided thanks to a grant
from the Scottish Fair Trade Forum; congratulates St Mirren FC and its women’s team on
promoting fair trade within football, as well as the Scottish Fair Trade Forum for its support of the
women’s team, and wishes the club and women’s team all the best for the future.

*S5M-17496 Neil Bibby: Thorn Athletic—That the Parliament congratulates the Johnstone-
based team, Thorn Athletic, on winning the 2018-19 Caledonian Premier League following a 2-1
victory over Wishaw AFC on 18 May; believes that, with the league being highly competitive and
featuring very strong teams, this is a massive achievement for the club and its players; notes that
it follows the team winning the William Turner Challenge Cup against Dalziel on 3 May;
congratulates it on this fantastic double, and wishes the club and its squad all the best.

*S5M-17495 Jackie Baillie: David Martin's Service as an MEP—That the Parliament thanks
David Martin for his 35 years’ service as a Labour MEP; notes that David was first elected to the
European Parliament (EP) in 1984 to represent the Lothians, and from 1999 for all Scotland;
congratulates him on having been the UK’s longest serving MEP and the second longest serving
member overall; notes that, during his time in the EP, he was the youngest ever leader of the
British Labour delegation of MEPs and served as the Vice-President of the EP from 1989 to 2004;
celebrates that, during his years of service, he was instrumental in a number of important policy
changes and formations, including the 2009 banning of the sale of seal products in the EU, which,
it understands, has been widely praised by the World Trade Organization and animal welfare
campaigns; understands that David was a key figure in achieving the overwhelmingly pro-Remain
vote in Scotland in the 2016 EU referendum and that he has held consistent views regarding the
positive role that the UK plays as an EU member state; acknowledges that he was a strong voice
in Europe for his constituents across Scotland and remains widely liked across the political
spectrum, and wishes David all the very best for the future.
Supported by: Patrick Harvie*, Liam McArthur*, Iain Gray*, Anas Sarwar*

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*S5M-17494 Bill Kidd: Ignite Awarded Young Start Grant—That the Parliament congratulates
Ignite on receiving £99,000 from the Community Fund's Young Start programme; notes that the
organisation will use the funding to deliver free weekly drama sessions for young people aged
eight to 24 living in Knightswood and Scotstounhill; recognises that Ignite will focus these sessions
on BAMER (Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic and Refugee) communities and new migrants and, by
doing so, aims to strengthen inclusivity, diversity and cohesion within Scottish communities;
highlights that the funding will also support the development of theatre skills workshops;
commends Ignite for its achievements within the Anniesland community, and wishes the
organisation well with the implementation of its upcoming programmes.
Supported by: Stuart McMillan*, Joan McAlpine*

*S5M-17493 Liz Smith: Perth Farmers' Market—That the Parliament congratulates the Perth
Farmers' Market on marking its 20th anniversary on 1 June 2019; understands that it was the first
such market to be established in Scotland and remains one of the most popular; acknowledges
that it has taken place on King Edward Street on the first Saturday of each month since 1999 and
showcases some of the finest agricultural produce in Scotland; and wishes it well for the next 20
years and beyond.
Supported by: Miles Briggs*, Peter Chapman*, Alison Harris*, Gordon Lindhurst*, Michelle
Ballantyne*

*S5M-17492 Jackie Baillie: The Grand Prix Walk, Celebrating the Achievements of Sir Jackie
Stewart—That the Parliament congratulates West Dunbartonshire Council and the Sporting
Memories Foundation Scotland on organising the Grand Prix Walk in Levengrove Park on 11 June
2019, which is both the birthday of the Dumbarton-born Formula 1 legend, Sir Jackie Stewart, also
the 50th anniversary of the first of his wins; understands that the walk will not only celebrate the
achievements of one of the most successful Scottish sportspersons ever, but will also encourage
people from the area to get active and experience the beautiful surroundings of the park; wishes
the event every success, particularly with raising funds for Sir Jackie’s charity foundation, Race
Against Dementia, and wishes Sir Jackie a very happy birthday.
Supported by: Alexander Stewart*, Bill Kidd*, Liam McArthur*

*S5M-17491 Gil Paterson: West College Scotland's Make-up Students—That the Parliament
congratulates the HNC Fashion Make-up students and the HND Make-up Artistry students from
the Clydebank campus of West College Scotland on their end-of-year events to showcase their
work; recognises the talent, flair and creativity demonstrated in their work, and wishes all the
students success in their future careers.
Supported by: Bill Kidd*, Jackie Baillie*

*S5M-17490 Neil Findlay: Trade Union Membership Rises Again—That the Parliament
welcomes the latest annual statistics on trade union membership, which show that trade union
membership in the UK has risen for the second consecutive year and for the fourth time in the last
seven years; understands that, between 2017 and 2018, the number of trade union members rose
by over 100,000 to 6.35 million; further understands that the proportion of women workers who are
members of a union also increased to over 26%, which is the highest level since 2015, and urges
all workers, no matter which sector they are in, to join a trade union and work collectively to
improve conditions in the workplace for all.
Supported by: Iain Gray*, Monica Lennon*, Rhoda Grant*

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*S5M-17489 Gil Paterson: B-Able Wins Best Performing Business Award—That the
Parliament congratulates the Clydebank accountant and business support service, B-Able, on
winning the Best Performing Business award at the Working4Business Awards in Clydebank Town
Hall, and wishes the staff and management further success as they continue to grow and develop
the business.
Supported by: Bill Kidd*, Jackie Baillie*

*S5M-17488 Alex Cole-Hamilton: City of Edinburgh Volleyball Club—That the Parliament
congratulates the City of Edinburgh Volleyball Club on being awarded £40,000 through
the sportscotland Direct Club Investment programme, which will help it establish the post of a part-
time club development officer, support it in competitions and events and assist with its work
in organising workshops that promote healthy lifestyles, and applauds sportscotland for organising
this scheme and the club for inspiring girls in the sport.
Supported by: Miles Briggs*, Bill Kidd*, Stuart McMillan*

*S5M-17487 Gil Paterson: West Dunbartonshire Council's Help to Rent Scheme—That the
Parliament commends West Dunbartonshire Council on the launch of its Help to Rent scheme,
which aims to help fight homelessness by assisting residents to gain access to private property
rentals through a variety of means, such as providing support with deposits or by acting as a
guarantor; notes that the service will work with landlords and letting agents throughout the area to
provide access to quality lets, and recognises that everyone deserves a safe place to live.
Supported by: Bill Kidd*, Stuart McMillan*, Jackie Baillie*

*S5M-17486 Gil Paterson: Milngavie Beaver Scouts—That the Parliament congratulates
Milngavie Beaver Scouts on their success in the Great Western District Annual Sports
Competition; understands that the youngsters, aged between six and eight, competed against
teams from across the local scout district to take the overall prize, and commends the team for its
enthusiasm.
Supported by: Bill Kidd*

*S5M-17485 Monica Lennon: Whitehill Incinerator Planning Appeal Abandoned—That the
Parliament welcomes the withdrawal of the planning appeal for a proposed incinerator at
Whitehill; believes that communities have stood united and resolute against this incinerator since
2013; understands that residents in Whitehill, Burnbank, Hamilton, Bothwell, Uddingston and
Blantyre will be hugely relieved by the news that the appeal has been abandoned; believes that no
community should ever again face a situation where the Scottish Ministers reportedly ignore their
own guidelines on incinerators and give developers the go ahead against the wishes of the
people; congratulates all of the community groups involved in campaigning against the proposal,
including the Hamilton Energy Recovery Action Group, the Bothwell Road Action Group, the
Whitehill Neighbourhood Management Board and Bothwell, Blantyre, Uddingston, Cambuslang
and Halfway community councils; appreciates the ongoing coverage of the campaign in the
Hamilton Advertiser and the Blantyre Telegraph and how this helped to raise public awareness;
pays tribute to the late Councillor Lynn Adams, the former SNP member for Hamilton North and
East, and recognises her tireless work supporting the community during the early years of the
campaign, alongside other councillors and parliamentarians from various parties, and calls on the
developer to recognise the wishes of the local community and drop this proposal once and for all.
R
Supported by: Iain Gray*, James Kelly*

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*S5M-17484 Miles Briggs: Samaritans Scotland, Celebrating 60 Years of Listening—That the
Parliament congratulates Samaritans Scotland on its 60th anniversary; understands that the
charity marks the anniversary on 1 June 2019, 60 years to the day in 1959 that the first ever call
was taken in Scotland by the Edinburgh branch; understands that, since that first call, the charity
has become a leading organisation for suicide prevention, with 19 branches stretching from the
Scottish Borders to the Shetland Islands; is aware that it has around 1,000 volunteers in Scotland
and that the charity provides emotional support to people when they need it most via phone, email,
text, letter or face-to-face conversation, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year; recognises that demand
for Samaritans’ services has grown considerably over the last six decades; notes that the
Edinburgh branch received 550 calls in its first year, while last year the branch alone was
contacted more than 45,000 times; further notes that, across Scotland, Samaritans volunteers
were contacted more than 249,000 times by people in distress and crisis in 2018 and spent more
than 60,000 hours providing emotional support, the equivalent of 2,500 days of listening;
recognises the contribution made by past and present Samaritans volunteers in Scotland over the
last six decades, and commends the charity’s work to recruit new volunteers and develop new
ways of providing support so that it can continue to be there for people when they need it most
and help to reduce the number of deaths by suicide in Scotland.
Supported by: Alexander Stewart*, Stuart McMillan*, Peter Chapman*, Alison Harris*, Mark
McDonald*, Liam McArthur*, Jamie Greene*, Maurice Corry*, Bill Kidd*, Jackie Baillie*, Gordon
Lindhurst*

Motions and amendments which have attracted additional support

S5M-17483 Richard Leonard: Contribution of David Martin in 35 Years as an MEP (lodged on
30 May 2019)
New Support: Monica Lennon*

S5M-17482 Alison Johnstone: Promoting Podiatry as a Career Choice (lodged on 30 May
2019)
New Support: Monica Lennon*

S5M-17480 Alison Harris: Kinnaird Primary School Awarded Funding for 15 Projects (lodged
on 30 May 2019)
New Support: Miles Briggs*, Liz Smith*, Stuart McMillan* R, Peter Chapman*

S5M-17479 Shona Robison: My MS, My Way: Tayside (lodged on 30 May 2019)
New Support: Kenneth Gibson*, Richard Lyle*, Monica Lennon*

S5M-17478 Alexander Stewart: Expansion of Clackmannanshire CAB's Outreach Service
(lodged on 30 May 2019)
New Support: Kenneth Gibson*, Richard Lyle*, Jamie Greene*, Liz Smith*

S5M-17477 Jackie Baillie: Helensburgh's Dorian Choir (lodged on 30 May 2019)
New Support: Kenneth Gibson*, Richard Lyle*

S5M-17476 Bill Bowman: Dundee Medical Students Raise Money for Neonatal Unit (lodged
on 30 May 2019)

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New Support: Jamie Greene*

S5M-17475 Maurice Corry: New Mammography Unit for Vale of Leven Hospital (lodged on 30
May 2019)
New Support: Kenneth Gibson*, Murdo Fraser*, Edward Mountain*, Richard Lyle*, Jamie Greene*,
Bill Kidd*, Jackie Baillie*

S5M-17474 John Mason: David Martin, 35 Years as an MEP (lodged on 30 May 2019)
New Support: Andy Wightman*, James Kelly*

S5M-17473 Monica Lennon: Remembering Harry Hood (lodged on 30 May 2019)
New Support: Kenneth Gibson*, Margaret Mitchell*, Richard Lyle*, Neil Findlay*, James Dornan*,
Bill Kidd*

S5M-17472 Bill Bowman: MS Society Launches New Service in Tayside (lodged on 30 May
2019)
New Support: Jamie Greene*

S5M-17471 Brian Whittle: Congratulations to Colin Thackery (lodged on 30 May 2019)
New Support: Jamie Greene*

S5M-17470 Annabelle Ewing: Dalgety Bay Primary School 50th Anniversary and Show
(lodged on 30 May 2019)
New Support: Kenneth Gibson*

S5M-17469 Rona Mackay: Kirkintilloch Rotary Club is Streets Ahead (lodged on 30 May
2019)
New Support: Kenneth Gibson*

S5M-17466 Keith Brown: Volunteers Week (lodged on 30 May 2019)
New Support: Kenneth Gibson*, Johann Lamont*

S5M-17465 Gil Paterson: Kokusai Karate Club, Clydebank (lodged on 30 May 2019)
New Support: Kenneth Gibson*

S5M-17464 Liam McArthur: NSPCC's Speak Out. Stay Safe Programme (lodged on 30 May
2019)
New Support: Kenneth Gibson*

S5M-17462 Bill Kidd: Walking Together (lodged on 30 May 2019)
New Support: Kenneth Gibson*

S5M-17460 Elaine Smith: International Thyroid Awareness Week (lodged on 30 May 2019)
New Support: Kenneth Gibson*

S5M-17457 Michelle Ballantyne: Brain Injuries Week (lodged on 29 May 2019)

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New Support: Kenneth Gibson*

S5M-17456 Maurice Corry: Scottish Submarine Centre Shortlist Success (lodged on 29 May
2019)
New Support: Jamie Greene*

S5M-17454 Fulton MacGregor: Report by Close the Gap (lodged on 29 May 2019)
New Support: Johann Lamont*

S5M-17451 Neil Findlay: Support for an Undercover Policing Inquiry for Scotland (lodged on
29 May 2019)
New Support: Johann Lamont*

S5M-17419 Claire Baker: Congratulating PLUS (Forth Valley) Ltd on Reaching its 30th Year
(lodged on 28 May 2019)
New Support: Stuart McMillan*, Bill Kidd*

S5M-17361 Michelle Ballantyne: Peebles Scout Group (lodged on 21 May 2019)
New Support: Kenneth Gibson*

S5M-17351 Gordon MacDonald: Edinburgh College’s Mandy Purdie Wins Lecturer of the
Year Award (lodged on 20 May 2019)
New Support: Kenneth Gibson*

S5M-17250 Gail Ross: Brandon MacPhee, UK Entertainer of the Year (lodged on 10 May
2019)
New Support: Kenneth Gibson*

S5M-17234 Rona Mackay: David Lees' Caring Services Colleague Award (lodged on 09 May
2019)
New Support: Kenneth Gibson*

S5M-17231 Neil Findlay: Rise in Registration Fees for Health Professionals (lodged on 09
May 2019)
New Support: Neil Bibby*

S5M-17177 Richard Lyle: Alzheimer Scotland Report, Delivering Fair Dementia Care for
People with Advanced Dementia (lodged on 03 May 2019)
New Support: John Scott*

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 Questions | Ceistean

Written Questions
Questions in which a member has indicated a declarable interest are marked with an "R".

Written questions lodged on 31 May 2019

S5W-23553 Alex Cole-Hamilton: To ask the Scottish Government, further to the answer to
question S5W-22646 by Kevin Stewart on 1 May 2019, whether it will define "Other (known)" as
listed in the table.
S5W-23555 Alex Cole-Hamilton: To ask the Scottish Government, in light of the proposal in its
Tackling Child Poverty Delivery Plan, what the value of the new income supplement will be.
S5W-23557 Alex Cole-Hamilton: To ask the Scottish Government, in light of the Poverty and
Inequality Commission's response to its Budget 2019-20, whether it will detail how its Tackling
Child Poverty Delivery Plan will directly benefit families.
S5W-23561 Jamie Halcro Johnston: To ask the Scottish Government how many referrals were
recorded in each contract area by Fair Start Scotland in the last year; how many starts there were,
and how many participants (a) started a job after joining, (b) were in employment for at least (i) 13
and (ii) 26 weeks, (c) left the service early and (d) enrolled in the Health and Work Support pilot.
S5W-23563 Willie Coffey: To ask the Scottish Government how much it has invested in transport
infrastructure in the south west of Scotland in the last decade.

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 New Bills | Bilean Ùra

New Bills and Accompanying Documents
New accompanying documents printed on 31 May 2019

Fuel Poverty (Target, Definition and Strategy) (Scotland) Bill (As Amended at Stage 2)—A
revised version of the Explanatory Notes has been printed. (SP Bill 37A-EN) (Government Bill)

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Amendments | Atharrachaidhean

Amendments
                                  New amendments to Bills lodged on 31 May 2019

                                          Transport (Scotland) Bill – Stage 2

                                                    Before section 69

      Jeremy Balfour
255   Before section 69, insert—
                                     
                                                    After section 69

      Jeremy Balfour
256   After section 69, insert—
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Amendments | Atharrachaidhean

         (6)   In this section, the “accessible transport framework” is the document “Going Further: Scotland’s
               Accessible Transport Framework” (ISBN 978 1 909948 82 2), with such modifications made by
               the Scottish Ministers under subsection (4).>

                                                    After section 70

      Jeremy Balfour
257   After section 70, insert—
                                              
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 New Subordinate Legislation | Adhartas Reachdais

New Subordinate Legislation
New Subordinate Legislation

Negative instruments

The following instrument was laid before the Parliament on 31 May 2019 and is subject to the
negative procedure—

Welfare Foods (Best Start Foods) (Scotland) Regulations 2019 (SSI 2019/193)
laid under Section 15A(2) of the Social Security Act 1988
Members' Bills Proposals

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 Members' Bills Proposals | Molaidhean airson Bilean Buill

                                     Proposals for Members’ Bills

A member seeking to introduce a Member’s Bill must first lodge a draft proposal, together with a
consultation document (or a statement of reasons why consultation is not considered necessary).
Subsequently, the member may lodge a final proposal, in broadly similar terms to the draft,
accompanied by a summary of consultation responses (or the statement of reasons). The member
secures the right to introduce a Bill to give effect to the proposal if the final proposal secures, within
one month, the support of at least 18 other members from at least half the political parties or groups
represented in the Parliamentary Bureau, and provided no indication is given that the Scottish
Government or UK Government is planning equivalent legislation.

All current proposals (together with associated documents) are available on the Scottish Parliament
website at Proposals for Members’ Bills/Session 5 Proposals:

              http://www.parliament.scot/parliamentarybusiness/Bills/12419.aspx

                                  Final Proposal for Member’s Bills

Gil Paterson: Proposed Post-Mortem Examinations (Defence Time-Limit) (Scotland) Bill — A
proposal for a Bill to make the right of the defence solicitor for a person accused of homicide to
instruct a post-mortem examination of the alleged victim subject to an extendable time-limit in order
to minimise delays and uncertainty for victims' families. (lodged 16 May 2019)

The proposal was accompanied by a summary of consultation responses, which is accessible online
via the website page referred to above. The summary, and individual responses, may also be viewed
in the Scottish Parliament Information Centre (SPICe).

Supported by:

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 Progress of Legislation | Adhartas Reachdais

Progress of Legislation
Bills
A list of all Bills in progress can be accessed via the Scottish Parliament website at:

https://www.parliament.scot/parliamentarybusiness/Bills/576.aspx

For each Bill, the date of the next (or most recent) event in the Bill’s passage is given. Other
relevant information, e.g. about lodging amendments, is given in italics.
As soon as a Public Bill (i.e. a Government, Committee or Member’s Bill) has completed Stage 1,
amendments for consideration at Stage 2 may be lodged; and as soon as Stage 2 is completed,
amendments for Stage 3 consideration may be lodged. The last lodging day for amendments at
Stage 2 is four sitting days before the meeting at which those amendments will be considered (e.g.
Wednesday for a meeting on Tuesday); at Stage 3 it is five days before. Amendments may be
lodged until 4.30 pm on any sitting day, except on the last lodging day for each Stage, when the
deadline is 12 noon.

A Hybrid Bill is subject to the same rules except in the case of Stage 2 where amendments for
consideration may be lodged no earlier than the completion of any consideration of evidence at
Stage 2.
Amendments to Private Bills are subject to different deadlines. These are set out in Rule 9A.12 of
Standing Orders.

Members are advised to lodge amendments in good time before the beginning of a Stage and as
early as possible during the day.

(G) = Government Bill; (M) = Member’s Bill; (C) = Committee Bill; (P) = Private Bill; (H) = Hybrid
Bill.

Age of Criminal Responsibility (Scotland) Bill (G)
Passed, 7 May 2019

Census (Amendment) (Scotland) Bill (G)
Stage 3 (debate, meeting of the Parliament), 12 June 2019
Amendments should be lodged by 12 noon on Wednesday 5 June with the clerks in the
Legislation Team (LegislationTeam@parliament.scot)

Children and Young People (Information Sharing) (Scotland) Bill (G)
Stage 1 (lead committee (Education and Skills)), 6 December 2017

Children (Equal Protection from Assault) (Scotland) Bill (M)
Stage 1 completed, 28 May 2019
Stage 2 amendments may now be lodged with the clerks in the Legislation Team
(LegislationTeam@parliament.scot)

Climate Change (Emissions Reduction Targets) (Scotland) Bill (G)
Stage 1 completed, 2 April 2019

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Stage 2 amendments may now be lodged with the clerks in the Legislation Team
(LegislationTeam@parliament.scot)
 Lead committee (Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform), 4 June 2019

Female Genital Mutilation (Protection and Guidance) (Scotland) Bill (G)
Introduced, 29 May 2019

Fuel Poverty (Target, Definition and Strategy) (Scotland) Bill (G)
Stage 3 (debate, meeting of the Parliament) 6 June 2019

Health and Care (Staffing) (Scotland) Bill (G)
Passed, 2 May 2019

Human Tissue (Authorisation) (Scotland) Bill (G)
Stage 3 (debate, meeting of the Parliament) 11 June 2019
Amendments should be lodged by 12 noon on Tuesday 4 June with the clerks in the Legislation
Team (LegislationTeam@parliament.scot)

Hutchesons’ Hospital Transfer and Dissolution (Scotland) Bill (P)
Royal Assent, 31 May 2019

Management of Offenders (Scotland) Bill (G)
Stage 2 completed, 30 April 2019
Stage 3 amendments may now be lodged with the clerks in the Legislation Team
(LegislationTeam@parliament.scot)

Non-Domestic Rates (Scotland) Bill (G)
Stage 1 (lead committee (Local Government and Communities)), 5 June 2019

Period Products (Free Provision) (Scotland) Bill (M)
Introduced, 23 April 2019
Lead committee - Local Government and Communities

Planning (Scotland) Bill (G)
Stage 2 completed, 14 November 2018
Stage 3 amendments may now be lodged with the clerks in the Legislation Team
(LegislationTeam@parliament.scot)

Referendums (Scotland) Bill (G)
Introduced, 28 May 2019

Restricted Roads (20 mph Speed Limit) (Scotland) Bill (M)
Stage 1 (debate, meeting of the Parliament), 13 June 2019
Stage 1 Report published, 31 May 2019

Scottish Biometrics Commissioner Bill (G)
Introduced, 30 May 2019

Scottish National Investment Bank Bill (G)

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Stage 1 (evidence, lead committee (Economy, Energy and Fair Work)), 4 June 2019

South of Scotland Enterprise Bill (G)
Stage 3 (debate, meeting of the Parliament), 5 June 2019

Transport (Scotland) Bill (G)
Stage 2 (Day 1) (Rural Economy and Connectivity Committee), 5 June 2019
Stage 2 (Day 2) (Rural Economy and Connectivity Committee), 12 June 2019
Amendments for provisions up to the end of section 58 should be lodged by 12 noon on Thursday
6 June with the clerks in the Legislation Team (LegislationTeam@parliament.scot).

UK Withdrawal from the European Union (Legal Continuity) (Scotland) Bill (G)
Passed, 21 March 2018
Following a reference under section 33 of the Scotland Act 1998 by the Attorney General and the
Advocate General for Scotland, the Supreme Court has ruled that some provisions of the Bill are
outwith the legislative competence of the Scottish Parliament. The Bill cannot be submitted for
Royal Assent in its unamended form.

Vulnerable Witnesses (Criminal Evidence) (Scotland) Bill (G)
Passed, 9 May 2019

Legislative Consent Memorandums

A list of all Legislative Consent Memorandums lodged with the Scottish Parliament can be
accessed via the website at:

http://www.parliament.scot/parliamentarybusiness/Bills/31313.aspx

Agriculture Bill LCM-S5-19
Lodged on 29 October 2018
Report (Rural Economy and Connectivity Committee) published, 12 November 2018

Fisheries Bill LCM-S5-22
Lodged on 7 December 2018
Report (Rural Economy and Connectivity Committee) published, 25 January 2019

Holocaust (Return of Cultural Objects) (Amendment) Bill (UK Parliament legislation) LCM-
S5-15
Lodged on 15 March 2018
Motion agreed by the Parliament, 8 May 2018

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Immigration and Social Security Coordination (EU Withdrawal) Bill (UK Parliament
legislation) LCM-S5-23
Lodged on 8 March 2019
Evidence (Social Security Committee), 21 March 2019

Offensive Weapons Bill (UK Parliament legislation) LCM-S5-17
Lodged on 3 September 2018
Motion agreed by the Parliament, 21 November 2018

Trade Bill (UK Parliament legislation) LCM-S5-12
Lodged on 20 December 2017
Report (Finance and Constitution Committee) published, 31 October 2018

Wild Animals in Circuses (No. 2) Bill (UK Parliament Legislation) LCM-S5-24
Lodged on 15 May 2019
Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform Committee, 4 June 2019

Subordinate Legislation (date of laying) (lead committee)

Affirmative instruments

Lead committee report due by 09 June 2019
Welfare of Farmed Animals (Scotland) Amendment Regulations 2019 (2019/draft)
(01 May 2019) (Rural Economy and Connectivity Committee)
Code for the Welfare of Meat Chickens and Breeding Chickens (Revocation) (Scotland) Notice
2019 (SG/2019/65) (01 May 2019) (Rural Economy and Connectivity Committee)

Lead committee report due by 11 June 2019

Children and Young People (Scotland) Act 2014 (Modification) (No. 1) Order 2019 [draft] (SSI
2019/draft) (03 May 2019) (Education and Skills)

Children and Young People (Scotland) Act 2014 (Modification) (No. 2) Order 2019 [draft] (SSI
2019/draft) (03 May 2019) (Education and Skills)

Lead committee report due by 15 June 2019
Private Housing (Tenancies) (Scotland) Act 2016 (Modification of Schedule 1) Regulations 2019
[draft] (07 May 2019) (Local Government and Communities Committee)
Head Teachers Education and Training Standards (Scotland) Regulations 2019 SSI 2019/draft
(07 May 2019) (Education and Skills)

Lead committee report due by 24 June 2019

Presumption Against Short Periods of Imprisonment (Scotland) Order 2019 SSI 2019/draft
(16 May) (Justice) (withdrawn and re-laid on 22 May 2019)

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Negative instruments

Subject to annulment by 31 May 2019
Lead committee to report by 27 May 2019
Council Tax Reduction (Scotland) Amendment (No. 2) Regulations 2019
(SSI 2019/133) (08 April 2019) (Social Security Committee)

Subject to annulment by 01 June 2019
Lead committee to report by 27 May 2019
Public Health and Tobacco (EU Exit) (Scotland) (Amendment) Regulations 2019 SSI 2019/142
(23 April 2019) (Health and Sport Committee)

Subject to annulment by 03 June 2019
Lead committee to report by 27 May 2019
St Mary’s Music School (Aided Places) (Scotland) Amendment Regulations 2019 (SSI 2019/144)
(25 April 2019) (Education and Skills Committee)

Subject to annulment by 03 June 2019
Lead committee to report by 27 May 2019
National Health Service (Free Prescriptions and Charges for Drugs and Appliances) (Scotland)
Amendment Regulations 2019 (SSI 2019/145) (25 April 2019) (Health and Sport Committee)

Subject to annulment by 04 June 2019
Lead committee to report by 03 May 2019
The International Joint Investigation Teams (International Agreements) (EU Exit) (Scotland) Order
2019 (SSI 2019/149) (26 April 2019) (Justice Committee)

Subject to annulment by 10 June 2019
Lead committee to report by 03 June 2019

Road Works (Qualifications of Operatives and Supervisors) (Scotland) Amendment Regulations
2019 (SSI 2019/159) (02 May 2019) (Rural Economy and Connectivity)

Private Landlord Registration (Fees) (Scotland) Regulations 2019 (SSI 2019/160) (02 May 2019)
(Local Government and Communities)

Local Government Pension Scheme (Miscellaneous Amendments) (Scotland) Regulations 2019
(SSI 2019/161) (02 May 2019) (Local Government and Communities)

Subject to annulment by 25 June 2019
Lead committee to report by 24 June 2019

A90 Trunk Road (Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route) (Stonehaven to Blackdog) (Prohibitions
and Restrictions) Regulations 2019 (SSI 2019/166) (17 May 2019) (Rural Economy and
Connectivity)

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 Progress of Legislation | Adhartas Reachdais

A956 Trunk Road (Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route) (Cleanhill to Charleston) (Prohibitions
and Restrictions) Regulations 2019 (SSI 2019/167) (17 May 2019) (Rural Economy and
Connectivity)

Motorways Traffic (Scotland) Amendment Regulations 2019 (SSI 2019/168) (17 May 2019) (Rural
Economy and Connectivity)

Abertay University (Scotland) Order of Council 2019 (SSI 2019/163) (17 May 2019) (Education
and Skills)

Marketing of Horticultural Produce and Bananas (EU Exit) (Scotland) (Amendment) Regulations
2019 (SSI 2019/169) (17 May 2019) (Rural Economy and Connectivity)

Subject to annulment by 28 June 2019
Lead committee to report by 24 June 2019

Title Conditions (Scotland) Act 2003 (Rural Housing Bodies) Amendment Order 2019
(SSI 2019/172) (20 May 2019) (Justice)

Public Procurement etc. (Miscellaneous Amendments) (Scotland) Regulations 2019
(SSI 2019/173) (20 May 2019) (Economy, Energy and Fair Work)

National Health Service (General Dental Services) (Scotland) Amendment Regulations 2019
(SSI 2019/174) (20 May 2019) (Health and Sport)

Environment (EU Exit) (Miscellaneous Amendments) (Scotland) Regulations 2019 (SSI 2019/175)
(20 May 2019) (Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform)

Electricity (Applications for Consent and Variation of Consent) (Fees) (Scotland) Regulations 2019
(SSI 2019/176) (20 May 2019) (Economy, Energy and Fair Work)

Licensing (Personal Licences: Supplemental and Transitional Provision) (Scotland) Order 2019
(SSI 2019/177) (20 May 2019) (Local Government and Communities)

Environmental Assessment (EU Exit) (Scotland) (Amendment) Regulations 2019 (SSI 2019/178)
(20 May 2019) (Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform)

Education (Scotland) Act 1980 (Modification) Regulations 2019 (SSI 2019/179) (20 May 2019)
(Education and Skills)

Subject to annulment by 10 September 2019
Lead committee to report by 9 September 2019

Seed and Propagating Material (EU Exit) (Scotland) (Amendment) (No. 2) Regulations 2019 (SSI
2019/190) (30 May 2019) (Rural Economy and Connectivity)

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 Progress of Legislation | Adhartas Reachdais

National Assistance (Assessment of Resources) Amendment (Scotland) (No. 2) Regulations 2019
(SSI 2019/191) (30 May 2019) (Health and Sport)

Subject to annulment by 10 September 2019
Lead committee to report by 9 September 2019

Welfare Foods (Best Start Foods) (Scotland) Regulations 2019 (SSI 2019/193)
(31 May 2019) (Social Security Committee)

Instruments/documents laid for consultation

The following instruments/documents were laid before the Parliament on 30 April 2019 for
consultation—

Lead committee to report by 8 June 2019
Scottish Public Services Ombudsman (Healthcare Whistleblowing) Order 2019 [draft] – Proposed
Draft Order (SG/2019/66) (30 April 2019) (Health and Sport)

Scottish Public Services Ombudsman (Healthcare Whistleblowing) Order 2019 [draft] – Proposed
Explanatory Document (SG/2019/67) (30 April 2019) (Health and Sport)

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 Documents | Sgrìobhainnean

New Documents
Committee Reports

The following report was published on 30 May 2019 –

Delegated Powers and Law Reform Committee, 28th Report 2019 (Session 5): Subordinate
Legislation considered by the Delegated Powers and Law Reform Committee on 28 May 2019 SP
Paper 544

The following report was published on 3 June 2019:

Education and Skills Committee, 5th Report, 2019 (Session 5): Subordinate legislation considered
by the Education and Skills Committee on 22 and 29 May 2019 (SP Paper 548)

For further information on accessing committee reports, please contact the relevant clerk or
webpage (see end of Bulletin for contact details or access general committee webpage)

Other Documents

The following document was laid before the Parliament on 31 May 2019 and is not subject to
parliamentary procedure-

Climate Ready Scotland: Scottish Climate Change Adaptation Programme 2014 - Fifth
Annual Progress Report - May 2019 SG/2019/69 laid under Section 54 of the Climate Change
(Scotland) Act 2009

Contacts for Further Information

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