Parliament Live from Holyrood – 05/11/2019
Parliament Live from Holyrood with the Stage 1 EUFA European Championship Debate and Ross Greer’s Save Loch Lomond Members’ Debate
2:00pm Topical Questions
Tom Arthur S5T-01874
1. To ask the Scottish Government what its response is to the Scottish Affairs Committee’s report recommendation to introduce legislation to lawfully pilot a supervised drug consumption facility in Scotland.
Alexander Stewart S5T-01858
2. To ask the Scottish Government what urgent action it plans in response to recent reports of a rise in stress-related sickness absences among prison officers.
Angela Constance S5T-01860
3. To ask the Scottish Government what its response is to the report by the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Deaths Abroad, Consular Services and Assistance, Why families in the UK deserve better and what can be done .
Stage 1 Debate – Ben Macpherson S5M-19701
UEFA European Championship (Scotland) Bill
That the Parliament agrees to the general principles of the UEFA European Championship (Scotland) Bill.
Election to the Scottish Parliamentary Corporate Body
5:00pm Decision Time
Members’ Business – Ross Greer S5M-19581
Save Loch Lomond
That the Parliament welcomes the recent withdrawal of a planning application by Flamingo Land and Scottish Enterprise for a large tourist development on the shores of Loch Lomond at Balloch; understands that this application had a Scottish record of over 57,000 objections, had been opposed by West Dunbartonshire Council, the Woodland Trust, Ramblers Scotland and many other organisations, and had been recommended for refusal by Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park planning officers; congratulates the community’s Save Loch Lomond campaign on its success; considers that, while it understands that the developers are considering resubmitting an application and have an exclusivity agreement until December 2020, there is a clear appetite locally for a community buyout and to explore alternative visions for the area, and further considers that the future of the site would be best determined by the local community.
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