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Public Petitions Committee

Thursday 05 September 2019 8:15 AM

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Agenda and meeting papers, 5 September 2019


1. Declaration of interests: Gail Ross will be invited to declare any relevant interests.

2. Choice of Deputy Convener: The Committee will choose a Deputy Convener.

3. Consideration of new petitions: The Committee will consider the following new petitions—
PE1723 on Essential tremor treatment in Scotland; PE1724 on Equal rights for Commercial Attorneys and Party Litigants in the legal system; and PE1725 on Suicide awareness and support for young people.

4. Consideration of continued petitions: The Committee will consider the following continued petitions—
PE1596 on In Care Survivors Service Scotland, and will take evidence from Janine Rennie, Chief Executive and David Scott, Board Member, Wellbeing Scotland; PE1517 on Polypropylene Mesh Medical Devices; PE1577 on Adult Cerebral Palsy Services; PE1603 on Ensuring greater scrutiny, guidance and consultation on armed forces visits to schools in Scotland; PE1619 on Access to Continuous Glucose Monitoring; PE1673 on Operation and running of child protection services in Scotland; PE1683 on Support for families with multiple births; PE1688 on Permitted development rights in conservation areas; PE1695 on Access to justice in Scotland; PE1704 on Improve targets and outcomes for autistic people in Scotland; PE1708 on Catering for vegans on all public sector menus; and PE1713 on Ban the use of 'Mosquito Devices' in Scotland.

Proposed future business

For further information, contact the clerk to the Committee, Lynn Russell, on 0131 348 5254 or petitions@parliament.scot

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