1. Decision on taking business in private: The Committee will decide whether to take item 4 in private. 2. Consideration of continued petitions: The Committee will consider the following continued petitions— PE1859: Retain falconers rights to practice upland falconry in Scotland and will take evidence from the Minister for Environment, Hugh Dignon - Head of Wildlife Management Unit, Scottish Government and Land Reform and Stan Whitaker - Wildlife Management Manager, NatureScot; PE1856: Support the taxi trade; PE1909: Remove the "gender-based crime" domestic abuse narrative and make it gender neutral and equal; PE1911: Review of Human Tissue (Scotland) Act 2006 as it relates to post-mortems; and PE1928: Provide free rail travel for disabled people who meet the qualifications for free bus travel. . 3. Consideration of new petitions: The Committee will consider the following new petitions— PE1965: Limit estranged couples’ claim on an estate after 7 years of non-medical separation; PE1966: Formally recognise and incorporate local knowledge in Scottish Government policy; PE1967: Protect Loch Lomond’s Atlantic oakwood shoreline by implementing the High road option for the A82 upgrade between Tarbet and Inverarnan; PE1970: Create an online account for parents to manage the 1140 hours of Early Learning and Childcare funding; PE1971: Take Robust Action to Stop Motorcycle Theft; PE1972: Allow Assisted Dying for people with long-term mental illness and consenting capacity; and PE1973: End the use of Sheriffs Discretion when ruling on civil cases and provide clear legal guidance on division of assets. 4. Consideration of continued petitions: The Committee will consider correspondence to the Scottish Government on the following continued petitions — PE1887:Create an Unborn Victims of Violence Act; and PE1933:Allow the Fornethy Survivors to access Scotland’s redress scheme. 5. Consideration of a continued petition: The Committee will consider the following continued petition— PE1871: Full review of mental health services and will take evidence from the Cabinet Secretary for Health and Social Care, Hugh McAloon - Director of Mental Health, Scottish Government, Gavin Gray - Deputy Director, Improving Mental Health Services, Scottish Government and Dr Alastair Cook - Principal Medical Officer, Scottish Government.
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