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    Tuesday's business in the Chamber

    Tuesday's business in the Chamber starts at 2pm and includes:

    • a debate on the Rural Affairs, Climate Change and Environment Committee's inquiry into the Dairy Industry
    • a Members’ Business debate led by Margaret McDougall MSP on awareness of Group B Streptococcus

    Find out more: Business Bulletin

    Watch live on Parliament TV

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    Tuesday's business in the Chamber

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    Topical Questions

    Jenny Marra MSP: To ask the Scottish Government about a reported 300% rise in the number of NHS patients treated in private hospitals.

    Lewis Macdonald MSP: To ask the Scottish Government what discussions took place between the Scottish Funding Council and the University of Aberdeen before the announcement of a £10.5m budget reduction and the loss of 150 jobs.

    Topical Questions

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    Topical Questions

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    Support needed to grow creative industries

    Scotland’s creative agencies should work closely with the industry to establish clearly defined strategies and ensure that support can be tailored to industry needs, according to a report by the Economy, Energy and Tourism Committee.

    Read more about the inquiry

    Watch short summary video

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    Support needed to grow creative industries

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    Human Trafficking Bill to be scrutinised

    On Tuesday morning, the Justice Committee will take evidence on the Human Trafficking and Exploitation (Scotland) Bill from witnesses including Michael Matheson, Cabinet Secretary for Justice.

    Find out more: Business Bulletin

    Watch on Parliament TV from 10am

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    Human Trafficking Bill to be scrutinised

 

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