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  • View of the Chamber from the public gallery during First Minister's Question time with Nicola Sturgeon MSP - Feb 2015

    Thursday's business in the Chamber

    Business starts at 11:40am and includes:

    • First Minister’s Questions
    • a Ministerial Statement on the Historic Child Abuse Inquiry
    • a Stage 1 Debate on the Scottish Elections (Reduction of Voting Age) Bill

    Find out more: Business Bulletin

    Watch live on Parliament TV

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    Thursday's business in the Chamber

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    Committee to hear from First Milk Chief Exec

    On Thursday morning the Rural Affairs, Climate Change and Environment Committee will will take evidence from Mike Gallacher, Chief Executive of First Milk as part of its inquiry into problems facing the dairy industry in Scotland.

    Find out more: Business Bulletin

    Watch on Parliament TV from 9:30am

     

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    Committee to hear from First Milk Chief Exec

  • View of the Scottish Parliament, Dynamic Earth, the Palace of Holyrood house and Fife, taken from Salisbury Crags.

    Committee looks at connecting Scotland

    On Thursday morning the European and External Relations Committee will take evidence from colleges and the third sector and civil society, on how they engage internationally as part of its inquiry into Connecting Scotland.

    Find out more: Business Bulletin

    Watch live on Parliament TV from 9am

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    Committee looks at connecting Scotland

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    Parliament Day comes to Orkney

    The Scottish Parliament comes to Orkney on Monday 8 June. 

    During the course of the visit, local people will have the opportunity to meet the Presiding Officer and MSPs. The Rural Affairs, Climate Change and Environment Committee will hold a public meeting in Kirkwall and the Presiding Officer will visit different organisations in Orkney.

    Find out more

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    Parliament Day comes to Orkney

 
 
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Happy to Translate

The Scottish Parliament is taking part in Happy to Translate.

This national language initiative will enhance our existing services for non-English speakers and promote equal access for people living in Scotland.

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Education

Our education section has games, help with coursework, posters for the walls of classrooms and lots more.