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Scottish Parliament

The Scottish Parliament examines what the Scottish Government is doing, makes new laws on devolved matters and debates the issues of the day.

Tuesday in Parliament

Chamber business starts at 2pm on Tuesday and includes:

  • Topical Questions
  • Ministerial Statement: Post school education and skills reform
  • Scottish Government Debate: Championing disability equality and human rights
  • Members' Business from Beatrice Wishart: Future island and rural transport infrastructure

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What's on in Parliament

Topical Questions

The following Topical Questions will be answered on Tuesday:

Mark Griffin: To ask the Scottish Government what steps it is taking to protect local authorities from the risk of bankruptcy.

Edward Mountain: To ask the Scottish Government, in light of the declaration by more than 20 countries from four continents at COP28 to triple nuclear energy capacity by 2050, recognising the key role of nuclear energy in reaching net zero, for what reason it is reportedly discounting nuclear power.  

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What's on in Parliament

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SPICe Spotlight blog

Read the blog from our information centre for impartial and up to date analysis of current issues

Presiding Officers

Alison Johnstone MSP is the elected Presiding Officer of the Scottish Parliament.

Annabelle Ewing and Liam McArthur are Deputy Presiding Officers (DPOs).

Find out more about the Presiding Officer and DPOs

Public petitions

Petitions are a way to ask the Parliament to do something.

Any person or organisation can submit a petition: you do not have to be a certain age or live in Scotland.

MSPs cannot submit a petition but they can support them.

Find out more about submitting a petition to the Parliament


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Telephone 0131 348 5000 or 0800 092 7500.  If you would like to speak to someone in Gaelic, call 0131 348 5395 (message service only)

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